We talk a lot about consciousness—what it feels like to be conscious, and how spiritual awakening happens.
Many of you started to notice an increase in your awareness around the Shift at the end of 2012. It's as if everything amped up—you felt more intuitive, more empathic, more connected.
But now we're in 2019.
And the Shift isn't a shift any more.
It's the new status quo.
Which means that whereas before you received information from one dimension—but now, there's information coming in from everywhere, from multi dimensions.
You sense more.
You feel more.
You exist in the middle of everything happening all at once, and you know it all without even trying.
Welcome to spontaneous enlightenment.
It is a hallmark of 2019.
And there is more to come.
So many of you are empaths, intuitives, sensitives—which means you spend a lot of time living in the etheric realms.
You might spend a lot of your time betwixt the worlds, so that you are "disassociating" and going instead to visit:
• Guides and Angels
• Other spirit beings
• The Departed
• Past and future lives
Or maybe you are very good at astral projection—you travel far and wide in your dream time, or in your meditation, or maybe just when you are spacing out and relaxing.
You're more "there" than here.
This is normal for sensitives--you don't need to change anything. We are used to living between the worlds—living as soul first, human second.
However, if this is causing you any anxiety, which it sometimes does, one immediate fix is to get grounded. To literally, to do something earthing with nature—barefoot on the sand, barefoot in the dirt.
This will bring an immediate shift to NOW, that will help you return into your body, and connect with everything that you love here.
Plus, it's just fun to go barefoot, isn't it?
Have you ever intentionally experienced a slowing down of life's pace?
This being "off schedule," when you're not sick or laid up, but instead intentionally taking a break from your normal responsibilities and patterns, quickly creates new understanding.
In Cuba, we stayed at a private home in Guanabo a few blocks from the beach. It was stormy during our visit—not safe for swimming. So we sat under the covered veranda as the rain fell, and we played dominos.
Anyone can learn to play dominos—beginner to master. It's a game for four people, designed for idle hours, when you have time to talk and linger.
We spent many hours with the tiles as the rain fell, and during this time of enforced idleness, I began to recall the sweetness of life not centered around the internet, "to do" lists, responsibilities.
It's good to be focused, to be committed to your soul work.
It's also good to not take it all seriously, to have pursuits and pasttimes that are simply for your pleasure.
As the New Year begins, with all that resolution and gung-ho motivation, it's good to recall what happens when we do very little, and allow ourselves to enjoy it.
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