The Great Awakening
As we experience what is essentially the beginning of The Great Awakening, for many it will feel as if there is a great divide, formed of the awakened and those who slumber.
For those who are living through third eye sight and intuitive nature, there will be chaos, mostly seen as a catalyst for brighter days ahead and ascension of human consciousness. For those who are awake, discomfort is consciously released, despite the pain.
For those who sleep, the chaos may feel like an eruption that cannot be quelled, mirroring and amplifying the emotional chaos that hasn’t been dealt with from years past. For those who sleep, discomfort is held within because of the pain.
To sleep is the continuation of looking outside of ourselves for answers, trusting the status quo and doing what we are told to do—in this state, we may even staunchly make sense of the senseless. To sleep is to shut off the divinity within and push down emotions, which then manifest as dis-ease as a channel for release. To sleep is operate purely from the physical, closing down our sight of the bigger picture—our ultimate potential.
To awaken is to tune into a knowing that goes beyond conscious thought. To awaken is to embody and operate from our God-given wisdom, seeing beyond the physical. To be awakened is our birthright and our destiny.
There is no right on wrong within any of it. We each have a purpose and path that will lead to the very lessons we need to learn. We cannot force another’s awakening, rather we can plant seeds and shine the light so those who want to grow, do. All is perfect in its imperfection.
Main image: Boris Smokrovic