How does one tell the untellable? How do you relate something you know few or none would believe? This summer I saw, heard, and participated in phenomenon that up until now, I believed was outside the realm of possibility. But then, I’ve always held the impossible as potential. Still, the quantum physics I’d been exposed to did not encompass the possibilities I witnessed: all things living, all things speaking, all things relating to all other things in density and in real “time.” The “world of Disney” is not fantasy after all, folks.
So, if I know no one will believe me, why bring it up? Because there may be someone who has experienced the same; and because I believe all who choose will be experiencing similar phenomenon soon as part of the completing global shift.
We create constantly. When we limit ourselves to what we’ve experienced already, we miss out on all else. It has become popular to say, “perception is everything,” but it isn’t. Perception is limited to past experience. We don’t create with perception, we create with knowing. Knowing permits a relaxed refocusing that allows all to flow within, without, and through and everything becomes possible.
Perception is locked in and limited by neuro-mapping, which relates to the past. Physiologically, our brains and nervous systems are set up to perceive only what we’ve already experienced. So if we allow perception to dictate our experiences, we are literally living in the perpetual past. It’s as though we are projecting a huge IMAX motion picture of our lives on a screen in front of us and walking into it as though it were real; because it looks and feels real. We enable limitation by perception.
The Truth: We humans are ETERNAL and WITHOUT LIMITS. Our most natural state of being is living beyond perception, knowing the impossible as inevitable. That sort of knowing is not necessarily conscious, but happens on a cellular level and needs no affirmations, mantras or conscious attention at all. It’s there because it IS and we KNOW whether we perceive or not. With that sort of knowing, we can relax and simply do what delights us in the moment. If we are not being delighted in the moment, we imagine something delightful and allow our bodies to experience that. Then our cells begin knowing the impossible again.
If we are in pain or grief, we allow that too, observing it with tremendous love and compassion for ourselves and all of humanity. In that way we integrate all and all becomes knowing and IS. That is why we say, I AM.
On Labor Day weekend the One People of North Carolina met in Denton for a gathering. I had not planned on going, but transportation and lodging were provided by new, dear friends I’d made while traveling, and so I was able to go. Still in “sharing” mode, I continued sharing my vision and mission to any who would listen. I wanted to begin creating the world we all so desired: free, under Natural Law, without governments, without money. I saw this emerging gradually through the development of communities dedicated to transitioning themselves. I believed if we LIVED free we would BE free.
Much to my surprise, several at the gathering shared the same vision and were open to experimenting with community. The ultimate result was the formation of an intentional community in Anderson, South Carolina, which is where I now live. For now we call ourselves Ubuntu Anderson, South Carolina after the ideals put forward by Michael Tellinger; and I look forward to writing about our upcoming adventures. Our dream is to provide a learning center where people can learn how to live freely and independently.
I want to extend a deep, heart-felt thank you to those who supported me through this odyssey over the past four months. You know who you are: THANK YOU! I LOVE YOU. And I can't say it enough.
In Love Always,