Ok so I have written about this a number of times but for goodness sakes when I run into this stuff it is so funny…yes it is funny. No I am not laughing at anyone but I am laughing at how creative we are in making this game really exciting! There are a group of new agers that are relentless at overdosing the masses with this construct of a future of bliss, where we hang out with the ascended masters and sing kumbaya all day, while we hug mother earth and just feel nothing but joy and love…oh my god just stop it already!!
We are involved in an eternal journey; a journey to speculative destinations existing in the eternal NOW. Time, space and distance are cohesive to each other. Neither can exist without the other. In order for time to exist there must be space and distance. Space infers distance resulting as time, a mere trick of the imagination, magic of the mind. Energy is the substance from which these defining points are birthed. Measurability is the evidence of time, space and distance.
Based on our methods of mapping time, every twelve months we enter a new phase on the cyclic wheel. Our consciousness then shifts and occupies this new time cycle. It is viewed as an opportunity to recycle ourselves or a starting over point with new resolutions. However this is met with great contradictions as we interact with these cycles like a game of Russian roulette; no one knows when their number will be up. Concepts and ideas about each new cycle are established for us by others such as religion, government, education channeled through various mediums. We solidify and seal these conclusions by historical data presented to us by trusted sources.
To own who you are in every moment and to honor your truth without fear of ridicule is an extremely freeing experience. This can be accomplished without imposing our truth on others unless invited to share. Honoring ones truth is also about realizing that it is not necessary to debate or to defend your position. Debating, defending and sharing are very different experiences.To be who you are is not about bravery it is simply about being who you are; you are a reflection of your understanding.
There is an interesting paradox in the divineness of all things. A number of people have said that everything is divine and we need not do anything. Let’s first define the word “divine” to the best of our ability
As we face challenges in our private realities, on our private stage, we are caught in the performance, the drama and intrigue of the experience. The actor now believes that he or she is the character, the role being played in the game . This is the dilemma that we all face. The characters we play are created from archetypes written into the script of this collective version of reality—we simply add uniqueness to these characters based on the stories we select to play out as our experience.
Your expansive self took on the project of experiencing human life. Nobody really thinks of it this way, because we are conditioned to have very narrow interpretations about a great many things in our life.
2012 is said to be the end of the world and it is from one perspective. There is an ending to particular components in the operating system as it relates to the needs of humanity for the next level of evolution in this virtual game system; the system we appear to share collectively. This can be considered an upgrade to the system.
More recently the idea of the integration of robots into human life on a more intimate level is now being thrown at us in a more direct manner. I recently read an article by Charles Q. Choi on the MSNBC Tech & Gadgets web page titled Sex & Marriage with Robots? It could happen. The contents of the article should come as no surprise although many will find this idea appalling. My intention is to bring to your attention the years of preparation through programming for this moment gradually unfolding.
Everything we own is technically rented, leased or borrowed. When people exit the planet, all of their possessions are given to someone else or destroyed. Those items suddenly matter to someone else, and can quite often lead to squabbles over ownership of “stuff” that previously belonged to the now deceased.