How many times in your life has this happened? Someone says something profound, even unbelievable, or you read or watch something, and part of you knows it is true, but you can’t grasp it? Part of you may even fight it [cognitive dissonance] as it may turn your world upside down?
But, unless you are one of the sleeping majority, which if you are reading this I can assume you are not, it won’t go away…
Well, as I career headlong towards wiser times, it is all beginning to make sense.
What is it that ‘triggers’ a [further, deeper] awakening? Any why others and not you? And is it possible there have been many such times in your life, but you have missed them?
Of course there have. Surely we all miss many of them. Don’t miss this one.
Who decides who are to be blessed to be channels for wisdom? As ‘luck’ would have it, I’m married to one. In Anne’s case, it was Diana:
“I chose to come in to Anne.” [Channelling of April 26th, 2012].
And what about timing, when is it right to have certain wisdom?
Now, it is entirely possible that before we incarnated, we set up a life which would embrace this kind of thing. Or a life which would enable us, by normal, ‘terrestrial’ means, to uncover ‘divine’ secrets…
Let us put Diana, Joseph [Michael Reccia], Neale Donald Walsch, Esther and Abraham Hicks et al to one side.
We are now living in a time where divine, sacred, or hidden knowledge is flowing through to many people. It helps massively if the person who ‘shares’ it with us has credibility. However, in an age of ‘spiritual celebrity’, beware those who have feet of clay.
One of the greatest gifts or qualities we must deploy is discernment. How do we know something is true?
- Gut feeling?
- Our heart ‘tells us’?
- We just know?
- It makes sense?
- It ‘resonates’?
- [Trusted] others [or one ‘expert’ trusted other] agree?
And then what?
So, we now know. What do we do with it? How can we integrate this knowledge, this experience into our daily lives?
Do you remember the old adage?
I hear I forget.
I see I remember.
I do I understand.
Experiences are the key to understanding, integration and growth. But a certain kind of experience, otherwise, we would all be global saviours. Which we potentially are…
It is all about trust. It is all about faith. It is all about assigning meaning. It is all about letting go of the barriers to doubt. It is all about getting back to a child-like state of wonder, or curiosity, but with adult awareness.
Here’s another one:
‘What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?’
Can we wander around permanently in a totally blissed out state and function well in this world? Some may believe it is both desirable and possible. For me it is about having choice over our divine nature. As we raise our vibration, become ‘less dense’ we help others do the same. As enough of humanity continues to do this, we reach a tipping point and the world changes, we move to ‘another dimension.’
You are powerful beyond measure. As you ‘progress’ much of life becomes a question of how to deal with your newly found power. It can be easier just to be, and to ‘let God.’ Are you responsible for changing the world? If you care for those as yet unawakened, or drowsy or even for the sleepers [who are being manipulated and abused], making a conscious effort to both acquire useful knowledge, and step into powerful states is our best bet.
I make no apologies for resurrecting a set of tools I was once [and still am] highly skilled with, which can deliver on all these counts, NLP [Neuro-Linguistic Programming]. NLP is based on the simplest of principles. If it exists, it can be modelled.
So, the divine dwells within us, all of us. Let us discover ‘it’, create a model of it, and let others learn the model. Then be it.
Not convinced yet? Have you had a spiritual experience which has changed your life for the better? Would others benefit from this sharing, in all senses? And you from them? What about your becoming a spiritual celebrity, like me, a legend in your own lunchtime?
Jack Stewart, February 2015.