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Letting Go!

Updated: Jan 31, 2021

July 2020


Today I read somewhere that a master in any setting, spiritual realm, martial arts, agricultural, business, or any other field cannot simply repeat the same lesson for its pupil. It’s a master’s job to introduce new concepts for the benefit of new learning.


Ever since the start of the pandemic, back in March of 2020, I felt the urge to help others, especially those close to me to see the mystery of all that is happening and what our master (universe) is trying to teach us! I concluded that this lesson is not about conspiracy theories, politics, or simply a sad misfortune...but truly a lesson for us all to shed the old paradigm and shift into a new one.


I wanted to help everyone to see how envisioning a better impossible world, would make it possible...


Envisioning a world where everyone is self-aware (Self being our true inner loving self) ...


A world where material possession and the importance it brings, drops to the bottom of the barrel and what one owns in the service bank rises to the top.


A world where no child is ever hungry for love or food.


A world where all creation lives peacefully together.


A world where nature can grow naturally.


A world where the word “lack” vanishes and unlimited abundance is accepted as the norm.


I believe to the core of my being, this is the lesson, this is the shift that we are witnessing. I think the adjustment period to this truth is coming to an end.


My push to keep the old normal is now changing tune. The old paradigm is vanishing and those who have adjusted, will enjoy the beautiful ride we are on, and those who are stuck in the past will suffer until they get it.


It’s like when we studied math or any other subject. Sometimes, we simply could not get it. But we stayed up late at night and studied all day to finally get the concept. The lesson is beautiful, all one has to do is open their hearts and mind.


Some are sadly stuck...It’s like wanting a newer, bigger, more comfortable, more beautiful home; but refusing to let go of the old home. We can’t take our old home with us to this new home. It simply won’t fit.


AMBKJ

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