Welcome to the Awakening 2020
Something very profound is happening, in America and in the world. People are waking up. We are waking up to the truth of what our world is and how it runs. We are waking up to all of the sickness and all of the corruption. We are waking up to all the murder-death-kill, anti-life energy that runs the planet. We are seeing it for what it it is, and we are saying:
No thank you.
We are standing in our truth. We are shining in our collective light. And we are illuminating darkness for exactly what it is. And we don’t consent.
Please understand that this is the power in this moment. That we the people are saying, very vocally and forcefully, to a dark, dark energy that has controlled consciousness for far too long on this planet: we do not consent.
We don’t want to play these murder-death-kill games any longer. We do not want to see people gleefully, brutally, horrorifically murdered in broad daylight. We are rejecting the experience. We are also rejecting any systems (financial, educational, healthcare, political, social) that play in this kind of energy. (Spoiler alert, almost all of them do.)
What is the movement that is happening? It is the truth coming to light, it is a massive awakening…and it is raw. It is violent. It is ugly and it is bloody. It is filled with blood and shit and piss and vomit. It has the stench of millions of corpses, rotting in the bright, blistering sun. Because it is what it is.
It is overwhelming, as is all the chaos and confusion that is running rampant now, as well too.
What is the most powerful thing that you can do in this moment? If you are a light worker, you must hold the light.
You have to hold the light, for those who cannot do it.
You have to hold the light for those who are enraged. For those who are so angry they would turn themselves into atomic bombs and destroy everything in existence, because it is connected to the injustices they have suffered.
You have to hold the light for these people, for without light, all there is this darkness and destruction.
You also have to hold the light for those who are afraid.
You are holding the light for those who are afraid of suffering at the hands of these deeply corrupt anti-life, spiritually empty systems, as well as those who are terrified about the destruction of these systems. There are many still sleeping. They’re not awake.
You also have to hold the light (and I know this is hard) for those inside of these dark systems, working in them and advocating for their maintenance. (Yes, I am talking about all of the police all over the country, as well as every single member of the Republican party, and many in the Democratic party as well.) These people, and many more people at their level of consciousness are still fighting ferociously for these systems to stay exactly as they are. Most of them are still sleeping, and they are fighting hard against being awakened. They are not completely aware of the anti-life activity they are engaged. And keep in mind that it’s hard waking up. For some, it’s down right painful. It’s excruciating, if you’ve never considered it before, to say to oneself:
Yes it’s true. I am a part of, and I benefit from a system in place that delights in murdering innocent people in broad daylight.
And if you are benefitting from this system, and believe that you are benefitting greatly, it’s almost imperative that you do keep lying to yourself about this system.
It is 3D, with all its crumbling lack-scarcity paradigms, that has convinced people that there are benefits in these sick systems. There are no real benefits to be had in systems that are anti-life. Any benefits that occur, happen in spite of the these systems, not because of these systems, that’s the truth that we are all waking up to.
No one really wants to wake up to that truth. For the fear is waking up to that truth will unravel the very few benefits that they think they have in their life. And I say think they have, because if one is not spiritually unaware or awake, (and you can’t be awake and actively participating in these systems). there really are no true benefits to your life. If you are not spiritually connected to source energy, you aren’t really living.
The shadow life of the deeply disconnected is filled with low frequency vibrations and emotions like anger, fear, rage, jealousy and a profound sense of emptiness. This emptiness is so painful it leads to someone seeking solace in the brutal murder (and even torture) of another. Sadly, for the deeply disconnected this causes a feeling of aliveness.
But the feeling is fleeting; and what this person is actually engaged in is a sick shadow life; an empty illusion that leads no where. Do you think Officer Chauvin is content with the state of his life right now? Is he happy? Is he empowered (which is probably what he was seeking)? Is he free?
No Chauvin was tricked into believing that he could empower and enliven himself by disempowering another. His was (I’m sure) a profoundly empty life for him to have even ended up in this space and time. But no one wants to admit to themselves that they are living such a profoundly empty life; or that they have been purposefully illusioned into believing a lie. These people truly deserve our compassion, because they’ve become caught in a trap of darkness, largely of their own making. They did consent because they were unconscious. It was a consent by default when they allowed their consciousness to be infected with half-truths and outright lies that shield them ferociously from the truth.
This is what we mustn’t do. We must keep waking up! There is so much light. Now is the time to plant the seed that will grow in this light! That is the work for all of us light-workers. Hold the light and sow the seeds of change.
Peaceful Protest, Talking to Cops
I went to a protest, here in the City of Richmond, Virginia, the heart of the confederacy. This is where I’m currently living, but haven’t lived here very long, but it is the South…and not just any South, the heart of the confederacy. When it comes to race, Richmond means so many deep and powerful things, to so many people. In a sense, confederate statues in Richmond have a chokehold on consciousness. (But that’s another issue, for another post.)
I spoke to a couple of Richmond police officers who were at a peaceful protest (yes peaceful protests are happening all over). They were there to keep the peace; and they were doing that effectively, and with honor and dignity. Shout out to those Richmond cops! (Featured above).
Keeping the peace is not a difficult thing to do in places that are truly peaceful. During this time, awakening 2020, there are plenty of peaceful spaces that are filled with love and light. In fact, that is the only kind of space I can inhabit. There are plenty of protestors all over the country, waking up and sharing this space.
Admittedly, there are plenty of other individuals (rioters, looters, paid agitators) who are not. Yet and still, we hold the light. We hold the light for all of it. We hold the light to keep the darkness at bay.
Initially, I was one of the only members at the protest who dared to speak with the police. I walked up to them and began asking them questions. The basic gist of which was this:
Do you really want to be a part of, do you want to benefit from a system that delights in murdering innocent people in broad daylight?
Of course I didn’t open with this, but I worked my way up to it, eventually. Many members of the public began joining me in my inquiry.
How can you stand to participate in such a system? A number of variations on this basic question were being asked. This of course put the police on the defensive. And they provided the spin, which I informed them, quite abruptly, would not work with me. I’m a civil rights attorney who has seen too much of these sick systems. I know them inside and out. I have actually (painfully) perpetuated these systems, disgusted with myself as I did it. Eventually, I had to ask myself: Are you apart of the cure, or the disease? I decided not to participate. It was a choice I made. It can be made. So, I persisted:
All spin aside, don’t you want to, for your own peace of mind and safety, see drastic changes occurring within your system?
As others joined me in the inquiry, the public pressure for them to respond to requests for change within their system became unbearable. A higher ranking cop came and rescued them from the inquiry, providing the excuse that they needed to work in another location.
Energetically, this system polices itself, shielding itself ferociously from any real and genuine inquiry. Energetically, that higher ranking cop, felt it was his job, to shut down any deep inquiry into the internal operations of that system. This is a heavily, defended system. (More on defenses later.)
Did we change the hearts and minds of those offices, right there on the spot? Did they commit to making massive changes in their very destructive systems? Of course not. That system is vast and powerful and has been largely unmovable for at least the last 200 years.
And yet this time, things feel different. Let’s keep it up. Let’s hold the light. Let’s shine the light!
We can’t stop asking questions. And we have to appeal to these cops humanity, repeatedly, time and time again, that is the work. And the work has only just begun.
Destructive Systems (Law Enforcement is Only One)
The police, (all police) understand the destructiveness of their systems, because it is the water in which they swim. I know exactly how these systems are extremely destructive. I am a civil rights attorney who has had a fair amount of dealings with the police, and their extreme comfort with violating an individual’s civil (and basic human) rights, in their quests for whatever they are pursuing.
When you ask them questions about why they act in the way they do, the police have been trained to feign ignorance. But intuitively, if not consciously, they know. They know the bad actors within these systems. They know that they they work in a system that incentivizes these bad actors. They know that this system protects these bad actors, even when they do the most horrific of things, gleefully. And a minority of police even have an extreme comfort with the destructiveness of the systems. And Officer Chauvin was one such police officer. It is a destructive, anti-life system that created Officer Chauvin, but at as the fires burn out and smolder, we can’t take our eyes off that system. It is the system, not Chauvin, who is the problem. Chauvin is just a pawn within that system that empowered him and emboldened him to the point that he became a brutal murderer who didn’t even have the ability to comprehend the immorality of stealing a life. This system killed his soul.
There are those in these systems who want the brutality, the corruption, the murder, the riots, the violence. There is a faction that wants all of this, as they have nothing left inside, just darkness, no light.
But there are many other police officers who do not want this. When we think of them, we think good things. We wish them healthiness, happiness, safety and peace, understanding that when we do this, we send it out and it boomerangs back to us. For them we hold the light, and we ask the questions, nonjudgmentally and from a place of love. That is how we shift the consciousness.
Systemic change is usually very difficult to achieve, but it can happen spontaneously with a shift in consciousness. And so in the hopes of that, we hold the light. We pray for an expansion in consciousness. We sow seeds of the awakening. And we watch people wake up! Welcome to the Awakening 2020.