Becoming a ‘Seeker’
Let me just start by saying I am not Atheist, a Christian, or affiliated with any religious organization. I am just me, Being. I live each day in the moment and in my heart. So, in my declaration of neutrality, I offer this perspective from a Christian turned Atheist, who found that seeking understanding—whatever you may want to term it—was a pivotal point in her life.
I do come from a religious upbringing and am very aware of the Christian and Catholic faith. I have friends who are Atheist, I have friends who are scientific (not Scientology), friends who are philosophical, and friends who are like me. I feel the basis of all of this is understanding and perhaps finding a group of like-minded individuals who share your view on the world. My Uncle, who is a Shaman, once told me that if we are on the path, we all need to get there in the way that feels authentic to ourselves. It doesn’t matter if you need religious icons to make sense of it, or a book about physics and theories, or just wander through life with no set structure to find out who you are and what speaks to your heart.
If you aren’t on the path and have no desire to be, then you won’t be and that, too, is okay. I was driving home from work the other day contemplating why there is only a small fraction of the world population who are aware of these energies and able to feel their transformative power. There are still so many people who wake up, go to work, come home, and go to sleep and have no idea that there is so much more to life than just surviving. I wondered how I could help them understand my viewpoints on the world and how it has helped me enjoy a more fulfilled life.
Then it hit me. There are many of us who are aware of the ascension time line and our role in it. We are here right now at this time to be a part of it and evolve spiritually or energetically. There are also souls who are here at this time to do anything but experience and acknowledge these ascension energies. They are here to finish playing out their third dimensional reality to the fullest before it’s no longer a feasible option. You know what? That’s okay with me. That still gives me an opportunity to learn from another person who views the world differently than I do. Another lesson in duality. I am very close to people who are in that mentality. This is all a form of us claiming our individual sovereignty and free will. We choose the path that we walk in this life, us and ourselves alone. No one can walk it for us. That’s the beauty in being the ‘Seeker’.
When Boys Reject Stereotypes
When we are looking for the turn around point, it’s easy to look to our children. They aren’t being born into the denser energies that some of us have been born into and have to elevate above. They have an easier time in a sense because this lighter energy is all they know.
It’s wonderful on many levels that gender equality or even living as One where there is no focus on gender is becoming a new reality. Gender should be a moot point for anything at this point; who stays home with the kids vs. going to work, who cleans vs. who does the oil changes, etc. They have started making more scientific and mathematical games for girls, mostly pink or endorsed by princesses, but at least we have some progress here.
Boy toys are still more primary colors with trucks, trains, or ninja turtles but I have recently been finding that they make gender neutral color play kitchens and things of that nature. My ex-husband is a Chef and I currently work in an RF engineering department as a senior RF engineering technician/team leader. I’ve not been overly girly and I try to instill in my daughter that toys are not meant for girls or boys, they are just toys. She, at four years old, is convinced that a toy that is pink cannot be for her brother. Her brother begs to differ. Tonight, they resolved to paint each other’s toenails. Watching them play without proposed gender barriers or stereotypes makes my heart sing. They are being kids. They are being who they are and doing what is making them happy.
However, I feel it is normal to be unable to totally weed the stereotypes out for boy preferences and girl preferences, but this group of young men have the right idea and it’s very commendable. They embrace who they are individually before they identify with a stereotype. It’s a wonderful message and one of hope that we are now raising boys who will turn into sensitive, caring, and non-domineering men. We need to show our boys that sensitivity and emotion is not a weakness, it’s to an incredible strength.
That’s not to take away from men who already feel that way, that must have been very hard to be sensitive and caring in a world that pushes the “man up” mentality. I am glad that there has come a time when girls can be proud to do things “like a girl” and “man up” means being a devoted father and husband who treats everyone in his life as a partner not a possession.
Is Dark Matter Really Dark?
Dark Matter really has a suggestive name. When we deal with and surround ourselves with light and love energies, hearing substances referred to as ‘dark matter’ might have a negative or scary connotation. It appears that astrophysicists have really been searching our galaxies lately looking for some answers. I am curious to know the questioning behind it at this point, but the information that is being gathered is really interesting as it stands.
Dark matter has been observed crashing straight through colliding galaxies in a ghost-like fashion. The dark matter appears to have no interaction with stars, gasses, or mass as it floats straight through these objects in space. There is one variable that does seem to have some impact on dark matter and that alone seems to be gravity.
Gravity has been observed as it causes light to bend through the dark matter creating a foggy window effect on the view of objects on the other side. There is now some debate over whether the name ‘dark matter’ is truly fitting. As we are better able to use technology to see deeper and more clearly into the depths of our galaxy, it seems that dark matter is not necessarily dark, but rather clear or transparent. It is not void of light as was once thought. It has a great deal of light interaction.
I’m not a huge follower of David Icke, but I am aware of some of his theories/experiences. He and the man who is interviewing him in a recent video I watched, discuss seeing what they refer to as ‘the dazzling darkness’. In nothing, there is everything, in everything there is also nothing.
Up close and personal to dark matter, I wonder if that dazzles as well.
We are far greater beings than we have been told, far greater than most of us realize.
In Light and Love,