Special Holiday Blessing for 2017: Let Love In!!! – davidji

It’s never too late to let love in! -PB
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davidji

Audio version:
https://soundcloud.com/davidji/special-holiday-blessing-for-2017-let-love-in

 

Good tidings spiritual warrior!!

 

Do you know how beautiful you are?
I think not my dear…

 

But I can feel your courage right here in the sweetspot as you step into your power thousands of miles away
I can hear your mighty voice expressing your tender heart with divine whispers that ripple into every soul along the way
I know the pain you cradle just beneath the surface
And the sweet, salty tears you hide in the corners of your eyes
Waiting to be released

 

Let’s hold each others hands
Gaze into each others eyes
And each of us own the sadness we’ve inspired
Apologize to each other for the hearts we’ve broken
Wrong words we’ve spoken
The mindless fights – the Silent nights
The wasted time when time’s so short
The cold shoulders, tongues held, lips bitten, teeth clenched
for nothing that ever really mattered then or ever… really
Forgive each other right now

 

I say, “I’m…”
You say, “sorry”
I say, “I…”
You say, “love you”

 

Here we are in this sacred, precious, present moment
What else is there to do but
Kiss & makeup
Surrender & love

 

And commit to making better choices
Pledge to making Higher choices
More loving choices…

 

Let’s open our hearts to LOVE
Drop your guard
And let love in
Let kindness in
Let compassion in
Let forgiveness in
Let one person into your heart
Who you have been blocking all this time
Spending all that energy resisting
When you could be loving just a bit more

 

Let one person in
Who you’ve tried to teach a lesson to…
Let them in…
Let them learn the lesson of love and forgiveness
Instead of you being right

 

Let one person in
Who’s done you wrong
See how wide
Your understanding of the divine truly is
There’s room in your heart for your own reflection

 

Let one person in
Who’s been knocking for ages
Trying so hard
To turn your head
Let them into their own heart
Through the doorway to yours

 

Let’s open our hearts to LOVE
Drop your guard
And let love in
Let kindness in
Let compassion in
Let forgiveness in

 

I’ll let you in mine.
Will you
Let me in yours?
I’ll love you unconditionally
I’ll forgive you unconditionally
Let me shower you with sweet metta

 

In case you need a reminder of the power of your ripple
Listen to my heart whispering your magnificence
In the sweetness of the breeze
Feel my gratitude rain down upon you in every snowflake that visits your neighborhood

 

Are you willing to trust
That the universe will deliver you to exactly where you need to be?
Are you ready to trust
That your heart never lies
Are you ready to raise yourself up
Let the universe kiss your soul
Are you open to love again and be free?

 

Then celebrate love today
With me
Right now today
With me
Let’s merge our hearts right now
The best is yet to come.

 

Peace & love
-davidji & peaches – the Buddha princess

A Solstice Update from STANDING ROCK | Unify

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7:29 PM (22 hours ago)
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Wishing you a blessed Solstice from Standing Rock!

We are still standing strong in our prayer at Standing Rock. While the winter has laid a blanket upon the sacred lands of the Standing Rock Sioux Nation and many Water Protectors have returned home to reunite with family for the holidays, a beautiful unification is occurring with those who remain to protect our water and to
inspire the world to join this prayer.

This month at Standing Rock, we experienced the true power of prayer and what is possible when all colors of humanity choose to replace fear with love and join together in prayer. On Sunday, December 4th, Unify, UPLIFT, and our many partners in ‘Pray with Standing Rock’ were able to support Standing Rock in the facilitation of a global synchronized prayer, led by Chief Arvol Looking Horse, with interfaith and spiritual leaders from around the world. During this prayer ,as thousands joined hands encircling Oceti Shakowin Camp, the announcement was delivered that the permit to continue the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline was denied until an Environmental Impact Statement was completed. The prayer erupted into celebration and we are filled with gratitude for all of you in our beautiful community that joined us from around the world in this prayer. 

MORE INFORMATION ON HOW YOU CAN HELP:
DOWNLOAD THE SONG ‘THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING’
from the Pray with Standing Rock video
https://praywithstandingrock.bandcamp.com/track/the-whole-world-is-watching

All of the proceeds donated for this track go to The Protectors Alliance
project to build and maintain compost toilets at the Oceti Sakowin Camp.

 IT’S NOT OVER! A NEW FIRE HAS BEEN LIT

The day after the prayer, we witnessed thousands of Veterans coming to Standing Rock to ask for forgiveness from our indigenous peoples and pledge to stand for our water, our earth and to shield the Water Protectors in prayer. Follwing that powerful weekend, with the arrival of an intense winter storm, the Standing Rock Souix Tribe asked that those not prepared to stand strong though the
freezing temperatures return home.

For the Indigenous leaders and Water Protectors that remain a new camp has formed and a new fire has been lit, called Oceti Oyate, “All People’s Fire.” While the camp winterizes, we are listening deeply for ways we continue to support the needs on the ground and we are inspired to support the emergence of the Indigenous Youth leading this prayer forward and calling on the world to join this movement and defund DAPL to stop this black snake.

The Indigenous Youth have organized actions around the country for people to stop supporting the banks who are funding DAPL. We want to support the youth in brining the Indigenous Leaders from around the world together with advocates, actors, musicians, spiritual activists, environmental organizations, scientists, educators and prayerful people all coming forward wanting to support Standing Rock by organizing a global synchronized prayer action on January 21st. This prayer will be broadcast live from Standing Rock with our global community joining thousands around the country as they take this prayer to the banks and ask that they choose Water over Oil and invest in the future  of our Planet.

On this day of Winter Solstice, December 21st, 2016 we ask that you embrace the light and in your prayer and join us as we move forward empowering the world to choose water and celebrate life. Winter Solstice is a time when nature itself is inviting us to really accept ourselves, so we can grow and cleanse and prepare for personal growth and we are so thankful to grow this prayer with you.

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#VICTORY #NoDAPL – Army will not grant easement for Dakota Access Pipeline crossing

NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF PRAYER + THE POWER OF THE PEOPLE TO FIGHT FOR WHAT’S RIGHT!  Don’t miss the video of the official announcement to Water Protectors below, courtesy of Unicorn Riot. It is a joy to see their reaction!  #Victory

-PB

Army will not grant easement for Dakota Access Pipeline crossing

Army POC: Moira Kelley (703) 614-3992, moira.l.kelley.civ@mail.mil

The Department of the Army will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota, the Army’s Assistant Secretary for Civil Works announced today.

Jo-Ellen Darcy said she based her decision on a need to explore alternate routes for the Dakota Access Pipeline crossing. Her office had announced on November 14, 2016 that it was delaying the decision on the easement to allow for discussions with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, whose reservation lies 0.5 miles south of the proposed crossing. Tribal officials have expressed repeated concerns over the risk that a pipeline rupture or spill could pose to its water supply and treaty rights.

“Although we have had continuing discussion and exchanges of new information with the Standing Rock Sioux and Dakota Access, it’s clear that there’s more work to do,” Darcy said. “The best way to complete that work responsibly and expeditiously is to explore alternate routes for the pipeline crossing.”

Darcy said that the consideration of alternative routes would be best accomplished through an Environmental Impact Statement with full public input and analysis.

The Dakota Access Pipeline is an approximately 1,172 mile pipeline that would connect the Bakken and Three Forks oil production areas in North Dakota to an existing crude oil terminal near Pakota, Illinois. The pipeline is 30 inches in diameter and is projected to transport approximately 470,000 barrels of oil per day, with a capacity as high as 570,000 barrels. The current proposed pipeline route would cross Lake Oahe, an Army Corps of Engineers project on the Missouri River.

You held rallies, prayed, and sent donations and words of encouragement. This is your victory too. Together, we can do anything.

Thank you, . You remembered us after all.

BREAKING ANNOUNCEMENT TO WATER PROTECTORS:

#VICTORY #NoDAPL

#VICTORY #NoDAPL
Unicorn Riot ‏@UR_Ninja 42m42 minutes ago

Water protectors celebrate in #OcetiSakowin #NoDAPL camp after announcement of Army Corps denying #DAPL easement

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Gratitude, Flow and a Water Prayer by Laura Bruno

Gratitude, Flow and a Water Prayer

In these days leading up to Thanksgiving, I just want to take a few moments to express gratitude for my amazing readers, clients, friends and family who engage with me in life, sessions and through this blog. I lead a truly blessed life that at the end of a back-to-back session day, I feel so privileged to know so many incredibly sensitive, powerful, magical, loving and astute people out there.

Thank you from the depths of my overflowing heart for being here now.

Thank you for showing up, and thank you for putting your own love and energy back into the world, even when — especially when — that world seems topsy turvy, scary, wild and unpredictable. And thank you for having the courage to withdraw back into your Self, to fill your own well, allowing your own healing through the waters to and from their Source.

And now, a prayer:

 

May we each flow with the Mighty Element of Water.

May the Undines, Mer People, Dolphins and the Swimming Ones

Join with us as we join and flow with them.

May the Mighty Element of Water protect and honor

The Water Protectors at Standing Rock.

May the Mighty Element of Water reclaim Her Sovereignty:

Never again allowing Herself to be forced into abuse.

May water cannons reverse upon those intending harm,

Blast away the corporate fascism

And generational brainwashing.

May the Mighty Element of Water cleanse all hatred, fear and greed.

May this cleansing purify and irrigate the hearts

Of any souls so parched that they only know The Wasteland.

May the Grail pour Awen upon the crowns of all involved.

May inspiration and understanding fill their eyes

Like Salmon of Wisdom leaping against the current

Into Destiny.

May the Tides of Change relieve any droughts

And nourish hill and dale, and field and tree.

May the Crystalline Grid support the rivers and streams

That lead to Great Lakes and the Pulsing Ocean.

May the Mighty Element of Water

Re-member Her Way as we ride Her Waves.

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What Really Happened at the First Thanksgiving? The Wampanoag Side of the Tale

I grew up on the South Shore, a few towns away from Plymouth. The Mayflower, Plymouth Rock, and the Plimoth Plantation are still popular tourist spots. A childhood next door neighbor and school chum worked there as a young man. He said they used to make up outrageous things about the settlers to tell the tourists, just because they were bored, and people believed everything they said, because they were dressed in costume.  I trust that the Wampanoags know better than any of us what actually transpired. ~PB

This is a popular image of the first Thanksgiving, a painting by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris.
But this is definitely NOT what happened.
 

What Really Happened at the First Thanksgiving?
The Wampanoag Side of the Tale

by Gale Courey Toensing

11/23/12

When you hear about the Pilgrims and “the Indians” harmoniously sharing the “first Thanksgiving” meal in 1621, the Indians referred to so generically are the ancestors of the contemporary members of the Wampanoag Nation. As the story commonly goes, the Pilgrims who sailed from England on the Mayflower and landed at what became Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1620 had a good harvest the next year. So Plymouth Gov. William Bradford organized a feast to celebrate the harvest and invited a group of “Native American allies, including the Wampanoag chief Massasoit” to the party. The feast lasted three days and, according to chronicler Edward Winslow, Bradford sent four men on a “fowling mission” to prepare for the feast and the Wampanoag guests brought five deer to the party. And ever since then, the story goes, Americans have celebrated Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November. Not exactly, Ramona Peters, the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s Tribal Historic Preservation Officer told Indian Country Today Media Network in a conversation on the day before Thanksgiving 2012—391 years since that mythological “first Thanksgiving.”

 

We know what we’re taught in mainstream media and in schools is made up. What’s the Wampanoag version of what happened?

 

Yeah, it was made up. It was Abraham Lincoln who used the theme of Pilgrims and Indians eating happily together. He was trying to calm things down during the Civil War when people were divided. It was like a nice unity story.

So it was a political thing?

 

Yes, it was public relations. It’s kind of genius, in a way, to get people to sit down and eat dinner together. Families were divided during the Civil War.

So what really happened?

 

We made a treaty. The leader of our nation at the time—Yellow Feather Oasmeequin [Massasoit] made a treaty with (John) Carver [the first governor of the colony]. They elected an official while they were still on the boat. They had their charter. They were still under the jurisdiction of the king [of England]—at least that’s what they told us. So they couldn’t make a treaty for a boatload of people so they made a treaty between two nations—England and the Wampanoag Nation.

What did the treaty say?

 

It basically said we’d let them be there and we would protect them against any enemies and they would protect us from any of ours. [The 2011 Native American copy coin commemorates the 1621 treaty between the Wampanoag tribe and the Pilgrims of Plymouth colony.] It was basically an I’ll watch your back, you watch mine’ agreement. Later on we collaborated on jurisdictions and creating a system so that we could live together.

What’s the Mashpee version of the 1621 meal?

 

You’ve probably heard the story of how Squanto assisted in their planting of corn? So this was their first successful harvest and they were celebrating that harvest and planning a day of their own thanksgiving. And it’s kind of like what some of the Arab nations do when they celebrate by shooting guns in the air. So this is what was going on over there at Plymouth. They were shooting guns and canons as a celebration, which alerted us because we didn’t know who they were shooting at. So Massasoit gathered up some 90 warriors and showed up at Plymouth prepared to engage, if that was what was happening, if they were taking any of our people. They didn’t know. It was a fact-finding mission.

When they arrived it was explained through a translator that they were celebrating the harvest, so we decided to stay and make sure that was true, because we’d seen in the other landings—[Captain John] Smith, even the Vikings had been here—so we wanted to make sure so we decided to camp nearby for a few days. During those few days, the men went out to hunt and gather food—deer, ducks, geese, and fish. There are 90 men here and at the time I think there are only 23 survivors of that boat, the Mayflower, so you can imagine the fear. You have armed Natives who are camping nearby. They [the colonists] were always vulnerable to the new land, new creatures, even the trees—there were no such trees in England at that time. People forget they had just landed here and this coastline looked very different from what it looks like now. And their culture—new foods, they were afraid to eat a lot of things. So they were very vulnerable and we did protect them, not just support them, we protected them. You can see throughout their journals that they were always nervous and, unfortunately, when they were nervous they were very aggressive.

So the Pilgrims didn’t invite the Wampanoags to sit down and eat turkey and drink some beer?

 

[laughs] Ah, no. Well, let’s put it this way. People did eat together [but not in what is portrayed as “the first Thanksgiving]. It was our homeland and our territory and we walked all through their villages all the time. The differences in how they behaved, how they ate, how they prepared things was a lot for both cultures to work with each other. But in those days, it was sort of like today when you go out on a boat in the open sea and you see another boat and everyone is waving and very friendly—it’s because they’re vulnerable and need to rely on each other if something happens. In those days, the English really needed to rely on us and, yes, they were polite as best they could be, but they regarded us as savages nonetheless.

So you did eat together sometimes, but not at the legendary Thanksgiving meal.

 

No. We were there for days. And this is another thing: We give thanks more than once a year in formal ceremony for different season, for the green corn thanksgiving, for the arrival of certain fish species, whales, the first snow, our new year in May—there are so many ceremonies and I think most cultures have similar traditions. It’s not a foreign concept and I think human beings who recognize greater spirit then they would have to say thank you in some formal way.

What are Mashpee Wampanoags taught about Thanksgiving now?

 

Most of us are taught about the friendly Indians and the friendly Pilgrims and people sitting down and eating together. They really don’t go into any depth about that time period and what was going on in 1620. It was a whole different mindset. There was always focus on food because people had to work hard to go out and forage for food, not the way it is now. I can remember being in Oklahoma amongst a lot of different tribal people when I was in junior college and Thanksgiving was coming around and I couldn’t come home—it was too far and too expensive—and people were talking about, Thanksgiving, and, yeah, the Indians! And I said, yeah, we’re the Wampanoags. They didn’t know! We’re not even taught what kind of Indians, Hopefully, in the future, at least for Americans, we do need to get a lot brighter about other people.

So, basically, today the Wampanoag celebrate Thanksgiving the way Americans celebrate it, or celebrate it as Americans?

 

Yes, but there’s another element to this that needs to be noted as well. The Puritans believed in Jehovah and they were listening for Jehovah’s directions on a daily basis and trying to figure out what would please their God. So for Americans, for the most part there’s a Christian element to Thanksgiving so formal prayer and some families will go around the table and ask what are you thankful for this year. In Mashpee families we make offerings of tobacco. For traditionalists, we give thanks to our first mother, our human mother, and to Mother Earth. Then, because there’s no real time to it you embrace your thanks in passing them into the tobacco without necessarily speaking out loud, but to actually give your mind and spirit together thankful for so many things… Unfortunately, because we’re trapped in this cash economy and this 9-to-5 [schedule], we can’t spend the normal amount of time on ceremonies, which would last four days for a proper Thanksgiving.

Do you regard Thanksgiving as a positive thing?

 

As a concept, a heartfelt Thanksgiving is very important to me as a person. It’s important that we give thanks. For me, it’s a state of being. You want to live in a state of thanksgiving, meaning that you use the creativity that the Creator gave you. You use your talents. You find out what those are and you cultivate them and that gives thanks in action.

And will your family do something for Thanksgiving?

 

Yes, we’ll do the rounds, make sure we contact family members, eat with friends and then we’ll all celebrate on Saturday at the social and dance together with the drum.

Related articles:

Latest copy Coin Celebrates 1621 Wampanoag Treaty

The Wampanoag Side of the First Thanksgiving Story

 

Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/11/23/what-really-happened-first-thanksgiving-wampanoag-side-tale-and-whats-done-today-145807?utm_content=buffere6a9b&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Unicorn Riot #NoDAPL Highway 1806 Standoff (live video feed) + ACLU Petition to Demilitarize Standing Rock

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Unicorn Riot #NoDAPL Highway 1806 Standoff
(live video feed) 6+ hours nonstop so far

https://livestream.com/unicornriot/events/6668525

There is a tweetstorm over #NoDAPL Water Protectors fired upon with rubber bullets, and sprayed with water cannons in sub-freezing temperatures (27) with wind chill (16). Many are becoming sick with hypothermia, losing their bodily functions, medical help is not getting through, there was a small fire. The water cannons were pretty intense.

I am appalled and disheartened that people can do this to other human beings.
$$$$$ rules, not heart. Do not wait till the ecological disaster comes. Speak up!
This has to change! POTUS needs to step in and stop this!
Major organizations are speaking out against the militarized police action.

#humanrights #NoDAPL #DivineInterventionNOW #PrayforPeace

 

Indigenous people at Sacred Stone Camp

Demilitarize Standing Rock
(Petition)

American Civil Liberties Union Call to Action
https://action.aclu.org/secure/Standing-Rock?redirect=StandingRockTW&ms=tw_161105_freespeech_policemilitarization

A Trek to Manchester-By-The-Sea On the Last Day of Summer

A Trek to Manchester-By-The-Sea On the Last Day of Summer | ForeverUnlimited

I have been on a good, steady, work flow routine,with massage clients every day,
and felt the need for a break.  It’s part of my intent to walk my talk and do more self-care,
so I can feel grounded and balanced, easily able to help my clients, without feeling depleted.
With all the energies and aspects hitting us lately, and personal changes,
I have not been able to sleep well, or long enough.
Sometimes it is good to get out of the city, away from normal routines,
in order to gain new perspective, decompress and unwind.
It’s late season, so the water on the North shore is cold, but of course I went in to refresh myself.
The ocean was clean and clear to the sandy bottom, the waves gentle, the winds slight and calm.


Glistening, soft waves…


Last day of Summer with a hint of Autumn…


View from the train…


Inner harbor…


Seaside commuter village…


Singing Beach, with sand that “squeaks”…


Rocky cliffs and islands…


So nice by the water…


Plenty of room on an off-season beach


Lots of benches for contemplation…


Groups who camp for the day tend to bring umbrellas…


Beach Roses remind me of childhood…


A protected harbor…


Sunset…


On the road again…


It gets dark so early!
Despite the warm day, we can really feel the change of season upon us.
So after grabbing a bite to eat in town (Lobster Roll special!),
I caught an early train (7:30 or so) back to Boston.
I’m glad I took this day, and after my Epsom salt bath, I feel sleepy early.
Early client tomorrow, for which I am grateful.

Thanks

BTW, and this is NOT an afterthought…

Thank You, Lissette Ordon, for your kindness and generosity. It was a huge help, and I did my best to pay it forward. You have my email address, but I have no way to contact you, which is why I have not responded to your notes in the notifications. I am ever grateful, and yes, I should not stay up so late. Habit acquired by working past dinner time many evenings.

I had planned to post this also on tribe, blogger and wordpress, until I broke my laptop…so once I figure out what to do… (new hard drive and OS, or new laptop?)
….I will.

Shifting Realities: Exploring Alternate Life Threads If you want to shift your reality, shift your perspective. by D.L. Zeta

Shifting Realities: Exploring Alternate Life Threads

If you want to shift your reality, shift your perspective. by D.L. Zeta

If you want to change your reality, shift your perspective. You can shift realities by following the energetic threads that exist between your present location in consciousness and other potentials. Alternative realities are attached to the moments you are currently experiencing. To travel in consciousness and experience alternate realities, be very conscious and aware inside your daily reality.

Shifting realities is a matter of becoming very present, observing different facets of every part of your life and seeing each moment from a variety of different angles and perspectives. Though it doesn’t always seem so, your present reality and your field of potentials are fluid and changing. You are flowing along a river of consciousness that transports you through time, space and dimensions with every heartbeat and every blink of the eye.

Following Energetic Threads in Consciousness

 

An infinite number of potentials are energetically tethered to your present reality. Every decision, large and small, propels you into a new energetic field with its associated potentials. Every decision you make sets you along one energetic path or another. Some choices lead you to experience a vastly different reality thread while other choices set you on a thread similar to your present life course. From where you are now, there are energetic threads capable of transporting you to all other potential life threads.

Perceiving Potentials Linked to your Present Moment

When you quiet your mind, set your intention and enter a receptive space, you are able to perceive the potentials that extend from your present moment. These may appear as glowing threads radiating in all directions. As you observe a potential and feel a current of excitement you begin to energize that life thread. The longer you observe this thread, the more you are able to perceive about it. If you hold your focus there long enough, you can view where it is taking you and the opportunities and challenges that exist there. As you observe a potential you create it and bring it into being.

The reality you are presently experiencing is the creation of your current viewpoint. Often the mind spins out new realities based on what it is presently experiencing. This choice limits one to a narrow field of potentials. When we expand our vision to see our present reality as only one thread inside an infinite field we are able to choose from the vast field of potentials that extends in all directions from our present moment.

Expanding Beyond Perceived Limitations

 

Some people prefer to observe realities within an energetic range and do not stray far from the Central Focus Reality they adopted when they were young. This is closely related to the CFR of their parents. Others choose realities that are vastly different from those they grew up with. These choices are influenced by life purpose and soul contracts.

Your willingness to see the world from all perspectives allows you to expand beyond limitations. A willingness to view life from a certain perspective doesn’t mean you are endorsing that viewpoint. It simply means you are observing, witnessing, understanding and seeing realities through your lens of perception. This helps you understand where others are coming from and allows you to see all situations in your life from an expanded perspective.

Solving Challenges with Alternative Perspectives

 

Regardless of your present situation – regardless of how you are seeing and experiencing that situation – there are other perspectives and other ways of experiencing the same thing. If you feel trapped, set an intention to view the situation from the perspective of one who has choices, of one who is not trapped. This allows you to explore alternate reality threads more aligned with the direction in which your soul wishes to move.

Finding the Right Place within Yourself

If it seems you are unable to find an answer to your present challenges, this means you are not looking at your situation from the perspective that is able to solve it. Keep observing your present circumstance from alternate viewpoints until the solution clicks in place. When this happens you will likely feel a shift within. It is often not as much about seeing the right course of action as arriving at the right place within yourself. When you are in the right place within yourself, all else naturally flows toward the highest resolution.

Some experience this as a felt sense or an “aha” moment. Intention, focus and inner listening help you become more attuned to moments when you find the right place within yourself where the answer to your question or dilemma resides.

You may also think of this in terms of your repertoire of selves. You have many aspects of your being and whatever is happening, one of these aspects holds the answer. Whatever the question there is a perspective right here in your present moment that offers an answer. Perceiving from a different aspect of yourself can allow you to step past any present limitations.

Living in the Big Picture of Who You Are

In order to travel through what we think of as time we must be fully centered in the present moment. You don’t want to become overly weighted in past events or future potentials but to include these in the present moment. The awareness of all moments in all time helps us to live in the big picture of who we are – vast and infinite beings reflected but not contained in our present reality. In order to unite with our multi-dimensional self we must acknowledge its existence and open to communicate with those other aspects of our consciousness that exist in other coordinates in the time/space continuum.

Time travel in consciousness is a quantum tool for shifting realities. When you can shift to the perspective of a “you” existing in another time/space coordinate you are able to see your present questions and dilemmas from an expanded perspective that offers a wider array of expansive solutions.

The Perspective of your Higher Self

 

When you need assistance and guidance, ask to see the situation from the perspective of a wise part of yourself that can help you. Release the need to know how this works for its scope and wisdom exists beyond the confines of the conscious mind. Perspectives can become overly based in physical reality, leading you to believe that you must know the concrete steps of your guidance at all times.

You can become telepathic to your higher self, able to access its treasure trove of spiritual understandings and information at any moment. Developing your intuition is essential to this. Working with intuition is a skill you can cultivate to strengthen your bridge to higher consciousness where all perspectives in all time exist.

Experiencing the Infinite Nature of your Being

 

Intuition, imagination and a still mind are essential to shifting realities. An aspect of intuition is to be able to see multiple perspectives within the moment.

Shifting realities begins in the present moment. Every moment is multi-dimensional and multifaceted. Each point in time is multi-dimensional and able to be viewed from many different perspectives. When we are fully awake and present within the present moment our mind can shift perspectives and realities. Through intuition, imagination, focus and the power of intention, you can shift into a chosen perspective, transcending time and limitations while venturing into the realm where you are able to experience the infinite nature of your being.

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