The new reality is the New Earth—a heart-centered reality based on love, transparency, compassion, kindness, Divine Wisdom, and equality for all.
How do we align with this new reality?
Although there are many ways to align with the New Earth, below are just a few suggestions that will help immeasurably.
One of the most effective things we can do to align with the New Earth, is to be completely honest—first and foremost with ourselves, then with the world around us.
The first step is to take a quick inventory of where in our lives we are already being completely authentic, honest, and transparent, and what other areas might benefit from having more of these qualities.
Being honest and authentic is not to be mistaken with being intentionally unkind, rude, or hurtful, especially in the way we deliver our truth. The latter behaviors have no room in our new Earth.
Some simple questions we can ask ourselves to help evoke greater authenticity are, “What are the things that matter the most to me in life?” and “Who am I, when I express myself freely and fully from the heart?”
For thousands of years, the idea of love has suffered many misinterpretations in most societies.
We’ve been taught through religious and philosophical doctrines, the media, and cultural traditions that in order to experience love, we must earn it.
Most of these ideologies also lead us to believe that we must suffer in order to experience love, or that we have to worry about it, search outside ourselves for it, sacrifice for it, experience pain and heartbreak over it, expect it to be conditional, and so on.
True and authentic love is always easy, unconditional, expansive, joyful, eternal, steadfast, and nonjudgmental. It’s simply the way people have misinterpreted love that has created the illusion that it’s anything less than that.
During the next few months, one of the most important things we can do to align with the New Earth, is to rediscover what love really is, and then begin loving completely. We begin by loving ourselves, then with the world around us.
For so many generations, most of humanity has been taught that it is wrong for us to love and honor ourselves in the same way we are supposed to love and honor others.
This tradition is actually one of the main reasons why humanity once moved away from knowing our Divinity, and who we really are.
We were taught to look outside of ourselves for the answer, when all along, it was within every fiber of our being.
Thank goodness those days are winding down quickly now, and that people are understanding more and more that in order to be the most expanded, open, happy, and loving version of ourselves, we must first start by truly loving ourselves.
To the mind, this may not come easily, simply because we have not been taught how to love ourselves.
So, we can ask ourselves some questions, such as, “How would unconditional love treat me, if it were embodied as a person? And how can I open up to being that person?”
I would invite you to make a list of all the ways an unconditionally loving person would treat you.
Are they generous, kind, nonjudgmental, fun, playful, respectful?
Do they make you feel seen, heard, appreciated?
Do they make you gifts, sing to you, take you on special nature walks? And of course, the list goes on.
It’s always wonderful to connect with a Soulmate from our Soul Tribe—someone who can mirror these qualities back to us.
Yet in order for that to happen the way we truly desire, it’s important for us to begin showing up as our own Soulmate first.
A Will to Heal
Unconditional love will bring up all within us that needs to be healed—all the inner imbalances and feelings of loss we carry with us.
Often when we heal from an imbalance, a large burden is lifted out of our energy.
Although the Spirit loves to travel light, the mind sometimes takes a bit longer to be convinced, simply because it has grown accustomed to the burdens it has carried.
There are different levels of willingness, especially when it comes to healing. For many people, it’s not until their thoughts feel increasingly uncomfortable that they are ready and willing to heal and let go of the stories they have identified with for so long.
These are the stories that the mind uses to reinforce the idea that we are broken or lacking in some way.
These are the stories that create victim/survival consciousness, which is actually the lowest aspect of humanity’s consciousness.
Yet in this unique time we are in, we no longer need to identify with or operate from victim consciousness.
We have the opportunity now to shift our personal and collective timelines, so that we can truly begin to operate from the most empowered and sovereign part of ourselves.
This is also known as the Spirit/Goddess/God/Higher Self aspect of ourselves.
So then the question becomes, Are we truly willing and ready to heal?
Are we willing to let go of the dramatic emotional patterns, the insecurities, the stories, the fear, worry, lack, addictions, guilt, shame, self-sabotage, blame, and all other behaviors that affirm victim consciousness?
Once we get an inner “Yes,” we can begin asking questions like, “Who am I outside of the limiting stories my mind has identified with?” and “What steps am I willing to take to find that out?”
If you are finding that you are not healing as quickly as you would like–”healing” being just another word for remembering the wholeness, perfection, and abundance that has been in you all along—then invite your mind to see where it may still be identifying with the old victim consciousness.
The mind might immediately resist, and think something like, “I don’t want the old patterns! I really want to heal.” However, question it.
Ask, “Do you really want to heal? Because clearly, you are still finding comfort in the old discomfort.”
Once you begin questioning your mind in this way, it begins to light up parts of the brain that have been dormant.
These are the parts that allow for the highest wisdom and insight to come through, loud and clear.