I found this atCorey’s FB page, and listened to it just now. The video page also had all the text, so I post it below. Yes, the video is “computer speak”, so if you don’t wish to hear that, don’t listen to it.
The text is a wonderful reminder, however, of who we are, and why we’re here.
Many of us take for granted how far we have come and how much we have advanced in our ascension process. It’s good to shift our gaze away from the symptoms of ascension and look at our present state of consciousness compared to even a short time ago.
I love frequenting the local neighborhood coffee shop. I love sitting alone in a booth, writing in my journal, working on my blog from my tablet and iPhone, enjoying the aroma of freshly brewing coffee and cinnamon buns. I love the feeling of being alone, in my own sacred space, yet I am surrounded by people and life.
This scenario mimics how we as ascending masters are beginning to enjoy being here on Planet Earth. Being fully ourselves, living alongside other humans, while being joyfully detached from the world. How delicious that place is! We have moved out of giving away our power to an outside god. We have grown bored of talking about these concepts of embodying spirit and we now want to experience it. To live it. For the most part we have moved past the stage of creating drama outside ourselves, of being in caustic relationships or jobs, of worrying about the disorder in the world, and of trying to change the world. We are more easily able to choose how we want to feel, and we understand that our minds are trying to integrate with our new consciousness. We have learned patience with our mind and our body through this often overwhelming transformational process.
We are learning to detach from our own internal drama as we put into practice living alongside our mind. We are living in our human personality, with all its ‘issues’ without allowing our darker feelings to rain on our parade. We are learning to give those feelings room to express, but ultimately not identifying with them. Not feeling a need to change them just as we no longer feel a need to change the world. Another healthy detachment. Yes, it can be boring at times, with no drama being stirred up, not playing victim so much any more and not so attracted to enjoying the hard road. Yet we know in our hearts, regardless of what feelings may come up, regardless of what conditions we are experiencing in our bodies, that we are moving into something profound. Something more fulfilling than we have ever felt before as a human being
We may have forgotten that we are here as pioneers and leaders of the new consciousness. This transformation from human to divine human can leave us feeling so incredibly vulnerable, that we don’t quite buy that we are forerunners. But that is precisely why we are the leaders, up in the front of the line. Most humans are not ready to be so vulnerable.
So each of us in our own way, are leaders. We are here to be in service but in a whole new way. Not in the old way of sacrificing or compromising ourselves. Or from a place of misguided altruism.
As we look at the world and all the strife, civil unrest, wars, man’s inhumanity to man, we see a belief system playing itself out that says there needs to be a price paid for freedom. We see that these outer battles are but a reflection of the inner ones. People believing they need to protect themselves from an outside force.
We on the forefront of ascension know there is no need for such protection. That in fact, the more we try to protect ourselves the more we invite in the ‘enemy’ with our frequency of fear. We are discovering that we are safe, have always been, and will always be divinely guided. That we are eternal. That there is never one moment when we are not loved fully and unconditionally by our soul, by our divinity.
Our non physical counterparts, the grand archangels, the Ascended masters forget sometimes the challenge of being in human form, the fears and concerns of having a physical body to contend with. The upkeep alone can leave the most evolved being scratching their head, asking themselves, “What have I gotten myself into?”