Happy Easter, everyone!
There are many things being asked of us as lightworkers.
As waiters at the banquet of Ascension, we’re now seating customers and readying ourselves to take orders.
With the Reval will come the feast. The speeches (Ascension) will come after.
While the feast is in progress, the waiters are super-busy, as we will be after the Reval.
So far to date, we’ve led what I think we’ll later consider a life in the slow lane. Progressively people have had less and less to spend due now to Covid, but in the past to the buyer’s market for labor that automation created, jobless recoveries, and the shipment of jobs overseas.
Insecurity has increased as pensions fell, benefits plans were cut, and permanent employment yielded to the gig economy.
That’s just here. Worldwide resources were stolen by the deep state and its economic hitmen, workers in third-world countries became serfs, human trafficking increased, etc.
I believe that most people of the time thought that meaningful change was impossible, no solutions existed, and, anyways, they were not the ones to bring it about.
But we see now that meaningful change is not only possible but happening as we speak. (1)
And, as far as I can see, that brings to us the need to develop change consciousness.
In my scheme of things, change consciousness implies the ability to envision, evaluate and respond to change.
In today’s context, I believe it means allowing into one’s awareness the fact that unavoidable change is happening and requires certain things of us.
It seems to require moderation, groundedness, adaptability, foresight, willingness, cooperation, tolerance, and more.
It appears to mean detaching from the unimportant (usually material) things in life and attaching to the important (usually spiritual). “Important” is interpreted in terms of the needs and requirements of world rehabilitation, global unity, and, ultimately, Ascension.
Finally, as Sydney Powell said in an interview with Doug Billings recently, it usually requires a thick skin and a sense of humor.
My suspicion is that the pressure of events will make it more and more necessary to become change conscious, again without going into extremes or denying the freewill choices of others.
I have another suspicion – a testable hypothesis – that remaining balanced, centered, and moderate will prove to be the best change-conscious strategy and choice that we can make. It just so happens to be, in my opinion, the best Ascension strategy as well.
(1) I’m impressed with a recent initiative called the Elders, at https://theelders.org/who-we-are. Therre are so many new ideas and alignments happening.