The Great Awakening refers to a widespread spiritual and cultural movement that seeks to awaken individuals to a higher level of consciousness and understanding. It is often associated with a sense of collective awakening and a recognition of deeper truths about the nature of reality and the world around us.
The Great Awakening encourages individuals to question their beliefs, examine their lives, and explore new ways of thinking and being. It involves a process of self-reflection and self-discovery that can lead to personal growth and transformation.
While the Great Awakening is often associated with spiritual and metaphysical concepts, it is also relevant to broader cultural and societal issues. It encourages individuals to question the status quo, challenge existing power structures, and work towards a more just and equitable world.
Overall, the Great Awakening is about embracing a deeper sense of meaning and purpose in life, and striving towards a more authentic and fulfilling existence.
Many people now agree that a Great Awakening is happening across the world due to the truth coming out about the harm of the lockdowns, medical propaganda and other crimes against humanity such as child trafficking.
For me, this is why the Great Awakening happened:
Imagine a blank universe.
Now imagine a huge mansion, the biggest one you could ever imagine being in this new universe.
Now imagine that the mansion was incredibly dirty with horrific amounts of gunk and darkness.
Now imagine a bunch of shamanic cleaners show up to this house and are told that they need to clean this house because if they don’t, they will be stuck in this hell house forever.
The shamanic cleaners therefore get on with their job of cleaning the house and bringing light to places in the house that have never seen light before.
This is the Great Awakening in a nutshell.
The mansion is now clean and you are living in it. There is no place to hide in this mansion because there is now JUSTICE, INSTANT KARMA, and RETRIBUTION.
The Importance of Your Own Self-Healing Journey
This means you must bring the truth and it means you must heal yourself.
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If you bring darkness to this mansion, you will be seen immediately and you will be exposed.
Divine Karma I AM/WE ARE.
Divine Justice I AM/WE ARE.
Love I AM/WE ARE.
We are all shamans now.
You are a shaman if you have ever alchemised hate/anger/abuse/shame/guilt/fear to love. Keep doing it.
As human beings, we are bound to encounter negative emotions and experiences throughout our lives. We may feel hate, anger, fear, shame, and experience abuse at various points in our journey. While these emotions and experiences may be difficult to navigate, they do not have to define us. With the practice of transmutation, we can transform these negative energies into something positive and life-affirming.
Transmutation is the process of transforming one form of energy into another. In the context of emotions, this means taking negative emotions and experiences and using them as fuel to cultivate positive ones. In order to transmute anger, fear, abuse, and shame into love, we must be willing to examine these experiences and shift our perspective.
Anger is a powerful emotion that can be difficult to manage. When we feel anger, our natural response may be to lash out or become defensive. However, with transmutation, we can channel this energy into something productive. One way to do this is by recognizing that anger is often a sign of unmet needs or unaddressed boundaries. By examining the root cause of our anger, we can use this energy to set healthy boundaries and advocate for our needs in a constructive way.
Fear is another common emotion that can hold us back from living our best lives. When we experience fear, we may feel paralyzed or stuck, unable to move forward. To transmute fear into love, we must be willing to face our fears head-on. This means acknowledging the root cause of our fear and taking steps to address it. When we face our fears with courage and determination, we are able to transform fear into confidence and love.
Abuse is a traumatic experience that can leave lasting scars. While it is important to seek professional help to heal from abuse, transmutation can be a powerful tool in the healing process. By recognizing that we are not defined by our experiences of abuse, we can channel our pain and trauma into something positive. This might mean using our experience to help others who have gone through similar experiences or finding ways to advocate for victims of abuse.
Shame is a toxic emotion that can keep us trapped in a cycle of self-doubt and self-loathing. To transmute shame into love, we must be willing to examine the stories we tell ourselves about our worth and value. When we recognize that shame is often rooted in a false belief about ourselves, we can use this energy to cultivate self-compassion and self-love.
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