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Transformative Effects of a Pandemic

This first paragraph is here to acknowledge the suffering created by the pandemic, and whatever challenges you’ve gone or may still be going through because of it. Taking a step back and be contemplative may be a luxury to some, and there’s little point to making any ‘analysis’ when suffering is present and ongoing. So whether it’s serious illness or lingering health issues, the loss of loved ones, insecurity in employment and business or loss of income, social and familiar stress, or any other situation, let me to acknowledge this suffering with these words before proceeding to anything else.

That being said, it’s also true many will go through a process of inner transformation in some way, as a result of the pandemic. We’re all affected, very few will came out the other end the same as they were before. Trauma, tension, pressure, these can be disruptive and destructive – but they may also bring about accelerated growth. This is not embellishment or wishy-washy thinking, it’s just how life is: trauma can play a part in bringing about needed change, sometimes wisdom. In a collective sense, notice how it feels as if decades have passed since pre-pandemic days; you’re intuitively sensing how the world is changing rapidly in terms of awareness. Notice also the many matters of injustice, unfairness, inequality, and otherwise of hidden rot, currently being brought to the fore, all the while the pandemic itself still rages on. This doesn’t necessarily mean all those things are magically disappearing overnight; it just means they’re being brought forward and addressed. Overall, that’s positive: things can only be healed once they come out of the darkness.

Much the same way, there will also be changes and effects on the individual level. Even if you’ve been inside all this time, just waiting out the pandemic, you’re still going to be faced with different life circumstances, maybe some stress and anxiety, perhaps some change. These things will have some effect in you, in some way. The pressure of the pandemic, in whichever ways you’ve experienced it, may lead you to reassess certain aspects of your life, realizing how they can be improved – or if they shouldn’t be there at all. And these realizations may very well lead you to enact change accordingly, either actively or inadvertently. Consciousness is Light, and Light has a way to bring about change – sometimes even if you didn’t purposefully act towards it. So with this in mind, I’ll mention a few aspects of transformation the pandemic may bring about, mainly on the individual level.

Realizing the Drain of Commuting

Not a particularly ‘spiritual’ point, but the one I’d like to start with. If you spent at any meaningful periods of time in confinement and/or working from home (and especially if that wasn’t the case before) you very well realize just how much of a difference not commuting i.e. not having to spend the time going back and forth between home and work everyday, will have in terms of your time, energy, quality of life.

Commuting isn’t just about the time spent on the road and/or, in transportation. You must also factor in the time and effort spent dressing up, preparing, caring for a certain appearance; the stress and tension and hurrying with which you go about these things; the logimnastics of fitting other things in-between that (running errands, taking kids to school, unforeseen circumstances, etc); and then the bits where you do come home and you unwind and readjust, undress, etc. In most cases a commute will take you anywhere between 2-4 hours of your life daily, give your take. The day has 24 hours, and considering you’ll roughly spend 5-7 of those hours sleeping (ideally), that leaves around 18 ‘useful’ of those hours remaining. If on top of that you occupy 4 more of those hours just going from one place to another, your time and energy left to actually focus on what you need, and/or want, to do, is that much shorter.

Sure enough you can, maybe, distract or occupy yourself on the way. Maybe taking the time to do something useful, listen to a podcast, etc. But chances are you may find commuting isn’t just about clock time, it’s about your energy. If you take away the necessity to do it altogether, you’re left with considerable free time and energy, which you can allocate as you see fit. You can do the things you would have done on the move – just better. And you can plan your day and your life with some breathing room.

Commuting really is a drain of your energy. I had my experience of it (I don’t now), and that’s my opinion. Making the trip to and back from work once makes very little difference in the long run; however doing so in a persistent manner, day after day, over many months, then years, it will wear on you. It may start as something you don’t really mind or pay much attention to, maybe something you’re willing to put up with. Maybe life circumstances are forcing you to adapt and cope and make concessions, that’s how life goes. Still, over time, the need to commute will tire you and/or stress you out. At some point you’ll feel it, and you start trying to optimize the habit, such as trying different means of transportation, taking different routes to work, maybe even considering moving in closer to work, and/or working closer to home.

I do see the pandemic accelerating this kind of realization for many, mainly because of the various confinements around the world, and the “forced” implementation of remote working when it was possible. I imagine the experience will allow some to establish the contrast, and realize the space commuting occupies. This may have some impact in terms of life choices for some, as well as an overall shift in choices regarding how people seek employment, and what they prioritize in it. This is more than just living closer to where you work; it could result in actively seeking a form of employment where remote/online work is not just possible but viable. Or even seeking self-employment so you can manage your own daily routine and personal time better.

Realizing the Ephemeral Nature of Reality

There’s a chance the pandemic led you to realize how some things in life, that might have looked safe and secure before, actually turn out to be quite ephemeral and frail. Maybe it was the perspective you had of your family, or the social constructs around you; maybe it was your employment, and your long-term perspectives and plans about it; maybe it was the reliability and attention you came to expect from a national healthcare system, government, or otherwise institutional social mechanisms; or maybe it was your own health, or the health of a loved one. Maybe it was about society at large, or maybe it was about Life itself. The reality is that each and every one of these things are frail and flimsy, or, they might not have been what they appeared to be at first glance. And the instability, or loss, of even one of those things, perhaps that up until that point you took for granted, could shake up your view of the reality around you.

At first glance this might not seem like much. But when something you previously took for granted is suddenly taken away, or becomes jeopardized and is now at risk, that type of event can be extremely powerful in terms of personal development – or spiritually, you could say. This is anytime you realize how some of the things you once took for granted are either i) intrinsically frail, such as health or life itself – if suddenly your own health is taken away, everything else in life becomes a non-issue – or are ii) our own constructs we built as a society, that while appearing constant and reliable on a daily basis, would, could, crumble overnight were we to let them.

Life and our existence are intrinsically frail. This essential notion is present in most fictional post-apocalyptic-type settings: that one day a catastrophe came along and suddenly society collapsed because of it. While I don’t believe in a big bad event looming in the horizon, I don’t need a catastrophe to understand we’re floating on a rock through space with a paper-thin bubble of air. Our existence is intrinsically frail, yet also a blessing because of it, one you need to make the most of. So the reassessment where you realize the frailty of what you took for granted is always a powerful awakening tool. And I think the pandemic had its own fair share of this type of experience on the individual level, each in their own way. This sort of realization may ask for each person to make more concerted and meaningful choices in life, rather than just going along cruising through it, doing whatever everyone else is doing.

Lone Time

The periods of quarantine/confinement, along with working remotely, possibly not having to commute, etc. have certainly lead to an increase in available personal time. I’m speaking in general terms, because of course your own mileage may vary – many couldn’t afford to confine at all, depending on their circumstances, starting with healthcare workers themselves. Still, people having more time for themselves generally holds true as a blanket statement here. More personal time might have literally meant alone time, if you happen to literally live alone; but even if you don’t, this might simply equate to more free time available for yourself than you would otherwise have – I would also include that here as “lone time”. Meaning, not as much time spent working or commuting, and being (more) free to do other things, or just have down time to spend on your own.

Now, many will state that when someone suddenly find themselves alone with nothing much to do, particularly if they’re not used to just being with themselves, they’ll be uncomfortable and distressed, not knowing how to deal with the emptiness. Maybe; I would definitely say this can be true. But the truth is that being alone is also extremely quiet and peaceful, and because of that, as Jim Carrey once said (supposedly, I’ve read but haven’t confirm it myself), it can be quite powerful and even addictive. And those are absolutely my thoughts about solitude. While it might be a learning process how to be well alone, just by yourself, once you do it will become a sea of opportunities, or at least, a state where you find peace.

What you take from this added time will depend. Some may realize that taking some time for oneself, and away from the pressures of social life, is healthy and will only do them good in the future. Some will realize, a little bit like the commuting part, that there was a portion to their habitual social activities and obligations that was probably superfluous, and after post-pandemic they’ll probably be perfectly fine even if they set aside those social activities and obligations that won’t really add anything particularly meaningful to their life. You’re going to find happiness according to your own brand of happiness, whatever that brand happens to be; your job is to discover it, explore it, and sticking to it. Any other habit is going to be purely superfluous if you already know it’s not going to bring you any added gain to your life.

Some might reacquaint themselves with habits and hobbies they might have forgotten about, or never had the spare time to realize in the first place given the demands of a busy life. These may just be small things (rather than life-changing revelations) – baking, sewing, reading, writing, painting, gardening, watching cartoons, playing games… But even passionate hobbies might just be be the difference between a stale emotional state and a bright one. They might be enough to bring about balance and keep you going another day. It’s okay if that’s the reason you get up in the morning the next day. And by the way, there’s no one size fits all in this – “reading” isn’t a universally good thing, you’re going to be fine if you’re not particularly into books, or any one type of hobby for that matter. Don’t worry about the “quality” or “usefulness” of the hobby; what matters is that there’s something that genuinely brings you enjoyment.

For others, this might be an opportunity for even more than that: to reconnect with themselves, with who, what, and how they really are; to rediscover what makes you tick; with what things they really like doing, and how they enjoy it. Lone time can be a moment where creativity flourishes, and new sources of inspiration can be drawn from. Peace and quiet inevitably bring balance, and the process of re-grounding oneself is always positive, spiritual, and productive. And to some, it might simply be about discovering how good it is to just be alone, with the time just for yourself. Life can place many pressures in terms of what to achieve and when, and you’re only going to distill and prune those pressures when you’re given the time and space to be left alone and think for yourself.

Learning how to be well by yourself really isn’t a peripheral thing, it’s incredibly important step and a crux point in any spiritual journey. You’ll never be able to find balance with others if you’re not in balance yourself, on your own. At which point you might enjoy company, but you won’t need it to be well. Additionally, and for the same reason, often an important step in manifesting a truly meaningful and constructive relationship, should you aspire for one, is first learning how to be well on your own.

Family Woes

Periods of confinement may also result in the antithesis of having more free time for yourself: the whole family, children, pets, and everyone else, being cramped together having to share the same space for prolonged periods. Add to that the possible need to work remotely using that same space, caring for children, and so on. We could dissect as to why or how, but bottom line is that it’s always going to be stressful no matter what. Families cramped together means less personal space, less privacy, less intimacy, less room to breathe, and so on, regardless of how much love there may genuinely be between members. And that stress will only add up to all the other possible sources of tension, such as the confinement itself and lack of freedom to move, one’s health and the virus, employment uncertainty, and so on. This is basically an element of stress.

This is also a very delicate matter. Because among those who get stuck inside together there will also be those who are in relationships that are fundamentally toxic, or even abusive. Exerting pressure upon connections that were already unbalanced to begin with – even if not to those extremes – will likely have the effect of bringing forth and intensifying those same imbalances that were already there. Ultimately, if the conclusion about a situation of imbalance is that it can’t be changed or solved, then the only solution left may just be to leave the relationship – as opposed to continue trying to mend it, or out of habit/resistance to change. And if that’s the case, then the sooner the better. So I suppose one of the, well, positive effects of the pandemic will be, hopefully and under a fundamentally constructive interpretation, the speeding up the understanding of those in such type of circumstance, accelerating their understanding that a fundamentally toxic connection isn’t worth the pain and imbalance it brings. We may see this in the spikes in break-ups and divorces that may accompany periods of confinement. So, as far as situations of imbalance are concerned, brought to an end, and corresponding wisdom is gained from them, then the advent of added stress will have served the purpose of bringing about resolution.

However, arguments and tensions don’t necessarily imply a relationship is ‘bad’, doomed, meant to be dissolved. ‘Normal’ relationships have fights and arguments also! This is not a black-and-white matter, because even in connections that are healthy and appropriate and meaningful there will be differences to resolve, kinks to iron. ‘Normal couples’ will also have disagreements, you could say. So in some occasions the stresses of the pandemic will be a process by which the members of the couple are given the choice of deepening the relationship with the other. When there’s added tension and proximity added to the mix, that ‘excessive’ proximity may also be an opportunity to come together, and iron out any possible differences between the couple that linger, thereby being deep down an opportunity for growth. As I said, stress and tension may be harmful, but they may also be a catalyst for growth, for improvement, and/or an catalyst for healing – it depends on how you use it, what you make of it. So along with the divorce rate, I also wouldn’t be surprised that some relationships end up strengthened and tighter as a result of the pandemic, with some couples coming out of it closer and stronger than they were before.

Awareness of Mental Health

Matters of physical health tend to be highly obvious and visible: an acute physical problem, say, a broken leg, will tend to interrupt whatever you’re doing and force you to seek treatment; whereas mental health tends to be a much more nuanced thing. Generally speaking and setting severe illnesses aside, you’ll be able to operate and function despite not being in an adequate mental state, and you may even not notice if or when your mental health starts to become compromised. Because of this, mental health quite often has this very thankless, unfair trait to it: in that, if it can be so subtle to you, to others it can simply stay invisible, or not easily be acknowledged as an actual problem – unless the other person happens to be sensitive and/or caring enough to be paying attention, of course.

During the pandemic, the world at large has been subject to emotional and mental strain of many types – financial, social, personal, etc. – in a persistent, ongoing, inescapable manner (for some at least). One of the effects this might have in the long run, is increasing the world’s awareness towards mental health, and how disruptive the factors that affect it can be. Hopefully resulting in society being more prone to acknowledge mental imbalance, addressing it without dismissing it, and taking more steps to maintaining mental health, namely in terms of incorporating more self-care, healthy habits, rejection of toxic environments and lifestyles, life choices more in tune with your personal affinities, and so on.

There’s value in enduring and persevering; there’s value in being able to take one in the chin, and keep picking yourself up when you fall down. Sure. But when it comes to mental health, it’s easy to find yourself living in a hole everyday, waiting for things to magically go away. The problem is that the longer you live in a hole, that hole will grow and become deeper without you noticing. And one day you find you can no longer see the surface even you try to stand up.

The hole is when you believe no one will have your back, that there’s no help to be had. That there are no answers for you. So matters of mental health are often about breaking through that belief, and become open to seek the help you need. And if you don’t find it where you look, keep looking elsewhere until you do. And yes, in the case of some there will be answers in the spiritual. Because those who came in needing the spiritual component in their lives – in whichever form it’s meant to assume – will never find a sense of meaning without it. But that’s not to say the explicitly spiritual/metaphysical is the answer to everyone and everything. Each to their own. Mental health, generally speaking, is about each person seeking their answers for life, be it to address a problem, or discover hidden purpose. In that, what truly matters is that you keep seeking. That you don’t stay still, letting the days go by without nothing anything to begin address the deeper aspects about how you feel. The thing is, often one of such questions may lead to a a whole personal journey that needs to be traveled – so time waiting may very well be time wasted.

I also want to add an assessment on a more collective level about this. I’m after all a spiritual source, so I can also add my perspective on such level. My opinion is that a higher visibility/sensitivity towards mental health in the world, loosely speaking, parallels the raising of vibration of planet Earth, as well as spiritual beings coming to incarnate with traits and energies of a higher vibratory quality – one accompanying the other. These factors create a contrast with the regular state-of-affairs by which our society functions, in the present day and its minutia, often creating difficulty in the individual just being here, i.e. operating and functioning normally, and in merely being able to feel well, safe, adjusted, functional, and useful.

As a simple exercise, imagine living on an Earth that has evolved to raise its standards of life, in such a way you feel a) physically and emotionally safe, you know you won’t get judged, mocked, discriminated, or attacked for who and how you are, or how you are different; b) where you’re guaranteed health and sustenance no questions asked and regardless of your personal choices; and c) where you’re able to devote your life and time to what you actually want and like, and explore mostly just that. Then ask yourself: how different would you feel existing and living there? To me, the aspect of carrying more advanced references – even if purely unconscious, spiritual – and the contrast those references make with some of the deeply imbalanced, sometimes abhorrent, aspects of current society, is something strongly influencing mental health, broadly speaking.

You could say mental health is something that had always been there, only that’s now becoming a more visible matter nowadays. And you’d be right. Increased visibility of an already existing element is a reflection of a rising level of awareness and sensitivity that’s better able to ‘see’ that element. Here, one of the aspects to mental health is precisely about acknowledging and addressing issues, and having the courage to do so, on the individual level, as I wrote above. But on the other hand, mental health is also a reflection that certain difficulties and hardships of life on Earth are starting to become more and more unwarranted, undesired – to said increasing awareness. And in this regard, another aspect to this matter is about improving what we define as the minimum standards of life on Earth. Not every aspect of mental imbalance comes down to your own “problems”. As someone once said: you want better mental health? Try giving people money. Try taking away the need for a life of servitude and hardship. Try not having a society that punishes who arrives in last place, leaving them behind. Then let’s see how much better mental health becomes.

Eye Openers

I guess it’s safe to say the pandemic has had its fair share of eye-opening instances about people and the world in general. An example: even today, after all of the deaths and suffering, after all the trauma, still every now and again you’re see some still blatantly disregarding the risk, dismissing the value of human life, and acting like it’s any other day. I will say lax attentiveness is partially forgivable, to a point: the human being isn’t omniscient, he isn’t born knowing everything, and sometimes we have to go through hardship before we learn when to play cautiously rather than recklessly. Still, the leeway only goes so far. Maybe points you’ll ask yourself how can some individuals still not value life, still not take precautions, still not care about protecting themselves and those who surround them.

I’ve included this point because this type of realization about others, in my mind, does fall into a category that’s actually commonplace in the process of spiritual discovery. It’s when you begin realizing most unawakened existence is composed of ego-based stratagems and facade that is incoherent at best, untruthful and malevolent at worst. This is when you begin seeing beyond the facades and ruses put forth by others, and understand just how much meaning-deprived was life without awakening. It’s when you understand those around you, even supposed figures of leadership and authority, really don’t know that much more than you (they may have more experience, and use some stratagems that make them feel more comfortable and adjusted, but that doesn’t necessarily equate to wisdom).

You may at points even realize people sometimes have far less integrity that you’d otherwise give them credit for. Some individuals may ‘preach’ one thing and do another in practice; some can and will lie to their heart’s content without ever showing a hint of doubt or hesitancy. Another example is when a person puts forth affirmations with such certainty you’d believe they’re saying an undisputed truth – when in reality it’s completely bogus, or they may not have the basis of knowledge to support it. In this case the person is using certainty as a tool, but a certainty that doesn’t match what they really know about the subject. These are forms of lack of integrity, in the sense that in the person there is a mismatch between acting and speaking, and actual truth, in some way.

I would also add a similar and related theme/lesson: about receiving advice and help from others that’s offered for their own sake, i.e. given out of their own agenda or from their fears, rather than with your own interests and well-being in mind. This is similar, in terms of also being a form of lack of integrity.

This topic on its own would warrant a whole article if not even a book, but the general principle is that any advice and directives coming from another are inevitably always given from their own frame of mind, and from their own priorities and life lessons, rather than yours. This is always the case. This is why even advice given in earnest must be processed diligently with your discernment – let alone the ones that aren’t. The only truly valid advice and help you can ever truthfully consider, must obey these conditions: 1) it must come from the person’s own acquired wisdom; that is to say, the person must have completed or at least be at peace, about their own personal lessons about the matter i.e. you shouldn’t try to help someone about a matter you haven’t healed and solved and mastered yourself; and 2) the advice is genuinely intended to provide benefit for you (service-to-others) rather than to serve the person giving it (self-service). As you might imagine, in life this sort of assistance can be few and far between, and plus, when you need it is when you tend to be the most vulnerable. This is the difficulty – but that’s also why the most important wisdom is ultimately the one that lies within you. Overall, and at the end of the day, this type of realization asks you to revert back to your own wisdom, and make a habit out of leading on your life from it.

Increased Conscientiousness

In life, experiences of difficulty and scarcity can and will impact the way we value and treasure what we have. This connects with the aspect of things being ephemeral I mentioned earlier.

To a large extent, this is a natural aspect to being human: you aren’t born knowing everything, and sometimes it’s an experience of hardship that teaches you what (and who) to treasure, and how. We human beings tend to take for granted what’s always there alongside us, and sometimes we only treasure something when we miss it, when it’s lost or we’re deprived from it. This applies to any type of scarcity: health, money, time, energy. Peace of mind. Wellness. Time with loved ones.

The same applies to mental health, and situations of inner struggle. The truth is that you may not have been as willing to move, to change, inquire, to seek, had life not applied significant pressure upon you when it did. That’s unfortunate and sad, but that’s the way it is. That’s the human being for you. Sometimes life will exert pressure upon you, with this pressure potentially wielding beneficial results down the road for you. In my mind, I think this pandemic has potentially brought this type of experience for many, in some way. Maybe it’s a pervasive anxiety about the pandemic itself, maybe it’s financial insecurity, maybe it’s a state of health being compromised. Maybe it’s a potentiation of an already difficult situation. While always regrettable, I want to think this sort of experience can at least lead to change, and maybe to heighten our awareness of those things that are most important to us, leading us to care for them more conscientiously.

On an individual level there will likely be several potential areas where scarcity may lead us through such transformational process. In a general and broad sense, during the pandemic I feel many will reassess their notions about the human condition, the idea they had of the world, and maybe how they fit in it. In terms of health and healthcare, some will come out of this valuing human life more – their own as well, as that of others. Maybe they’ll be more aware of the state of their own health, this including mental health as previously discussed. I expect a tendency to be more forthcoming in admitting health issues to oneself, as well as being more diligent in caring for one’s own health in general, moving to address issues as they appear – as opposed to postponing it due to matters of time, energy, financial resources, or just to be able to work another day. I’m also hoping for standards of healthcare, and how health is provided and facilitated in general, to raise and improve. On that note, I’m hoping certain countries… ahem… with sufficient economic resources yet still without a baseline free healthcare system implemented, work to get one worked out soon. That’s just a serious and inadmissible systemic problem, that will just continue to have serious repercussions the more time goes on.

I expect many to be more diligent in saving and using resources efficiently, for example with food, items, devices, etc. and try avoid waste more. Collectively speaking I suspect we’ll come of out this ever so slightly more willing to care for our planet and our environment and be even more eco-friendly – or so I hope. This would correspond to a heightened sensitivity towards the resources we individually and collectively have, and share. On that note, in terms of personal finances it’s possible some will develop a more conscientious and grounded management, making a habit of keeping some level of savings to deal with any unforeseen circumstances life might throw at them, and in expenditure taking into consideration more what one has today rather than what one might have tomorrow, in other words, saving debt/credit for exceptional, punctual situations rather than doing so in a wholesale manner. I consider such ideas and habits to be more balanced form of responsibility in the arena of personal finance.

And in terms of personal life and energy/time management, this point connects with what I some things mentioned above, for example about Lone time. In this regard, it’s possible some will miss personal connections more due to the confinement, while others may experience the opposite, and discover, or learn to appreciate, the peace and serenity that comes with time alone. Some will be more focused in allowing into their lives more of what they like; some will be more aware of how the energy of busy social events and places affect them, and may in the future de-clutter their habits and schedule to cater for the quality of their time and energy. And some will treasure those moments they have just for themselves, and learn that it’s perfectly okay to take that walk in the park by yourself.

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    19. Akashic Records Reading [Written]: A Tale of Two Astronauts
    20. Akashic Records Reading [Written]: The Fairy
    21. Akashic Records Reading [Written]: Amaratren and the Beasts of War
    22. Akashic Records Reading [Written]: Daniel
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    1. About the Spiritual Desire to Go Home (Excerpt from a Quick Reading)
    2. Changing the World
    3. Spiritual Awakening Q&A
    4. A Choice to be Made
    5. The Endurance to Keep Seeking
    6. Spiritual Awakening Can Be Painful
    7. Karma: Punishment, Balance, or Something Else?
    8. Spiritual Time
    9. Healing Takes Time
    10. You Teach Yourself, You Heal Yourself, Always
    11. The Path of Essence and the Paths of Distraction
    12. The Energy of Spaces and People: How It Works
    13. What Synchronicity Is And How To Experience It
    14. Spiritual Awakening is not the same as Enlightenment
    15. What Is Spirituality?
    16. Regarding Spiritual Awakening
    17. Personal Awakening and Ascension
    18. How To Have Your Spirit Guides Communicate With You
    19. Synchronicity: My Letter and Number Sequence Meanings
    20. Are You Undergoing Spiritual Awakening?
    21. The Solution to Everything is Breathing
    22. 8 Things That Happen During Your Spiritual Awakening
    23. Spiritual Awakening Emotional and Physical Symptoms
    24. Spiritual Discernment
    1. Glory to Her Heroes
    2. The Energy of Whole(some)
    3. Transformative Effects of a Pandemic
    4. Faith vs Protection: Coronavirus Edition
    5. Coronavirus and the Two Earths
    6. Hold Tight
    7. Social Media and Disconnection
    8. On the Biological Race to Have Children, Part III: Cultural Worth
    9. On the Biological Race to Have Children, Part I: the Biology Overlay
    10. The (true) Dark Side
    11. ‘The Martian’ Review: How This Movie Is Different
    12. Time of Rest Must be Proportional to Time of Work
    13. Release Yourself From Social Constraints and Enjoy Your Life
    14. Allowing the Good Seed to Thrive
    15. Society’s Worship of Youth
    16. How Spoken Words Can Control You
    17. How to Rise Above Competition – But Retain Personal Power
    18. Masterchef U.S.A. vs Masterchef Australia
    19. How TV Can Be Bad For You
    20. The Coming of Christ Energy
    1. The Seven Densities of Consciousness
    2. Karma: Punishment, Balance, or Something Else?
    3. Densities and Graduation
    4. The Indigo and Crystal Children
    5. The Souls of Animals and Plants
    6. Tree of Life as Levels of Awareness
    7. The Progression of Awareness in Personal Growth
    8. Examples Of Levels Of Awareness: 3D to 7D
    9. Quiz: What’s Your Awareness Level?
    10. Densities Chart
    11. Densities Explained
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