Being Enlightened

Sedona, Arizona

Temple of the Elders

Our Spiritual Path leads us to Enlightenment. Is it true that the more understanding we have of spiritual concepts, the more Enlightened we become? Many believe that the more spiritually educated we are, the more enlightened we are. However, when we look back at the truly enlightened beings who have lived on Earth, such as Ascended Masters and other highly spiritual people, it must be noted that many of them did not become spiritual because they studied spirituality. It was something else that raised their consciousness to higher levels.

This is not to imply that studying spiritual knowledge is unhelpful. On the contrary, it is exceedingly useful in achieving our goal of Spiritual Growth. Exposing ourselves to the higher vibrations of spiritual information has a positive, uplifting effect, but study alone does not make a person enlightened. Even a clear understanding of multi-dimensionality may not. So then, what is the answer?

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The Garden of Eden

Chalice Garden

There is a world where life is good, and all is well, and it is right here on Earth. It exists beyond a thin, transparent veil of conscious perception that despite its fragility, has power greater than a thick lead wall for those who live within it.

I am not speaking of a fantasy place on another planet or in a different time, it is right here and right now. We live on a wonderful, rapidly evolving planet, full of fascinating people and places, but we must lift the clouds of illusion that we have grown to accept, and learn to see life as it really is.

In an infinite and abundant universe, inhabited by enlightened, intelligent beings, on a beautiful place such as the Earth, we are not meant to suffer. We have fashioned our world and taken a few wrong turns, but the time has come for us, as luminous life forms, to get back on the journey we came here to experience. Read more ›

A Walking Meditation

Bring yourself into an even deeper, serene place..

As we continue along the Ascension Process, various forms of meditation have become part of our spiritual practice. Usually it involves setting aside a time and a place where we can become quiet and focus on the moment, often with our eyes closed, and particular attention focused on our breath. This practice has produced wonderful results in those of us who devote a portion of our day to leaving the world behind and focusing on the now. When we are in the moment we are truly alive and clearly connected to the multi-dimensional aspects of both ourselves and universal consciousness.

Traditionally, meditation has been an undertaking we do apart from daily activities such as work or recreation. Eyes close, rhythmic breathing begins and the energetic vibration rises. For centuries, in many cultures, spiritual seekers have endeavored to meditate in this manner, but the time has come to expand from practicing meditation, to living it every moment with eyes wide open. In The New Era, full attention is required. Read more ›

How to Waste Time

Worrying is a complete waste of time and energy. If we worry about something and it works out, we worried for nothing and  we have only made the situation worse by placing our focus on a result we do not want, thereby helping to enable it.

When we allow events to unfold naturally, envisioning the best outcome, we are using our energy and thoughts to create the desired results. Allowing ourselves to believe that things will turn out well and that the universe will supply solutions, is the magic of life. Read more ›

Surrounding Ourselves with Beauty

Thanksgiving Bouquet

“Beauty is truth, truth beauty–that is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.” John Keats, “Ode on a Grecian Urn”

Beauty is the expression of the Higher Self in the physical realm. It extends far beyond the obvious, visual, outward person that is presented to the world. Beauty is also part of our emotional, and energetic aspects.

When we are born, every part of us is beautiful, but as time passes, beauty is sometimes exchanged for other qualities, some of which are not so charming. In spite of these changes, the exquisite, original blueprint remains, sometimes hidden, but nevertheless the perfection that originally existed is documented for all eternity. The question is, how do we return to that perfection? Read more ›

Loving the Third Dimension

The Ascension Process is just that, an etheric journey that begins with shifting out of the Collective Consciousness into the uncharted territory of the Higher Realms. We can do this while simultaneously living a third-dimensional everyday life.It is like being in a fog and slowly watching as the fog lifts, revealing what we could not see before, but was there all along.In other words, there has always been an iPhone, we just could not see it.

As Spiritual Seekers in the Third Dimension, we are discovering what beings in other dimensions might take for granted. Read more ›

Looking Within Ourselves

It is a time of transformation for many of us. We have been integrating and processing vast amounts of energy. As this happens, a different reality unfolds, and little by little we are being guided to look within ourselves. Is this not what we hoped for and worked for? All the spiritual studies and healing modalities we engaged in over the years, and may still practice, have helped to clear away the lower vibrating energy from our light bodies. Now we can place our focus, to once again connecting with our authentic selves.

In the new version of consciousness there is empowerment, meaning that we can set our own boundaries, determine which hologramic scenarios we allow into our lives, and request assistance from the Higher Beings, even for the smallest aspects of our everyday life.

When we look inward, we enter the realm of our Higher Self. It is there that our connection with the Higher Realms becomes stronger and clearer. In fact, answers and guidance are so close that we can receive them at any time. All that is required, is that we just be open to what lies within each one of us. Read more ›