We all have a unique soul voice. No one is better than another. For some reason there is whole LOT of energy feeding going on with those who “speak their truth” and their “followers”. Crazy amount of idolizing. People are getting addicted to their “likes”. You may word it just so, fancy it up, and put in bit of soft, pretty little words to keep them coming, and sit on facebook most hours of the day. Why do you need followers? and why do you need to follow? I immediately took that off my profile at the very beginning. We all use this platform for our own reasons, I take mine very serious.
I have nothing to prove in this last lifetime of mine on Earth. There is whole lot of rubbing up against with folks who have already crossed the bridge into embodied enlightenment, and those who are on the bridge as assistants for those who are just embarking or will in the future. That is where I stand. I do offer my services lightly, because I have to. It’s extremely sensitive work that I do, and I love it! I would do nothing else, well… besides writing my books and playing my music.
I understand that once you say “I Am that I Am” you no longer need any assistance outside of the self. I tread lightly with these folks, God forbid. But, if would be nice once you get “there”, know there are well over 7 billion people that could use this assistance. No one heals anyone. If you are good at what you do, you simply pull everything from the individual and they ultimately heal themselves. They just required some assistance. Very simple.
Every single person on this planet will hit enlightenment. That is the mission. Remember, we fell hard in consciousness and those like myself who chose to give of themselves in this way stay on a bridge until all come into knowing. The new Bodhisattva, if you will? At the same time, I’m not a savior, or sacrificing myself for a cause. And this whole “truth” thing? Really? There is universal truth folks. (dropping the ball here, feels good)
I always liked what our dear comedic friend George Carlin once said, “It’s all bullshit, and it’s bad for you”. Stop with the hovering, better than shit… it’s a turnoff. Oh, and God forbid if you speak like I’m doing right now. The assumptions of me being angry are through the roof, hahahahahaha!
May this post be an inspiration for others who have been holding back from speaking like I am right now, because of the possibility of being judged by their colleagues or anyone else for being blunt, or angry, or anything else than “light and love”. Speak your heart. This is mine.