By Lori Lines
Over the past decade, there has been a rebirth in ancient energy healing principles, like reiki or pranayama yoga. The recent scientific study of energy medicine has even helped left-brained thinkers understand that everything is energy and how energy influences itself and everyone and everything.
With this resurgence of energy-mindedness, certain refrains have become quite common; “Be the energy you wish to attract,” “like attracts like,” and “positive energy, positive results.” These are more than just buzzwords and spiritual jargon. Fundamentally, they mean that similar energies, vibrations, or frequencies are drawn to one another. This is not a new concept, of course. It simply suggests that like-minded people and similar thoughts, emotions, and even dis-eases tend to align, amplifying their singular effect.
Can opposites attract? Of course! However, there is often a caveat, and this may be one of the few instances where math might clarify things! If you take negative 3 and add it to positive 6, the sum is positive 3. Unfortunately, the same thing tends to happen energetically when two people come together. The lower vibration or negative frequency of one person will often lower the higher vibration or positive frequency of the other person, leaving the positive 6 or positive person at a loss. But wait energy, vibration, frequency! What does it all mean?
A Quick Energy 101 Refresher
Energy comes in various forms, kinetic, thermal, electrical, or metaphysical, for instance. It is the potential for something such as an object, thought, or physical body’s ability to transfer energy from itself to or influence something else. This energy transmits its power through vibration, the rhythm at which the energy exerts its force. For example, a vibration can occur as a thought or hug, on a nanoscale, or as an earthquake.
What separates a hopeful thought from a pessimistic one or your houseplant from your chair, energetically speaking, is its vibration and frequency. Different molecules or energies vibrate at different rates, high and fast or low and slow. The speed at which an object or person vibrates is its frequency. Keep in mind that we often use frequency and vibration interchangeably.
Spiritually, this is how a person who festers in worry and hopelessness will slow or lower their vibration and, in turn, slow or reduce someone else’s more positive frequency. While it may sound like we are all just molecules unconsciously bouncing into each others’ energy, this is very far from the case! We have the ability to choose to maintain and protect our vibration, lower it, or raise it to match the frequencies of others.
The Fallacy of Fitting In
You tend to approach tasks in the office with peaceful empowerment, but you get accused of not taking things seriously, so you begin to mirror coworkers’ tension. You are a new book club member and get dissenting looks when you respond passionately to the book, so you dampen your enthusiasm during future meetings. Or, perhaps you feel guilty when friends and family admonish you for acting above or beyond them; as a result, you try better to belong. These are all common ways we try to fit in, either because we don’t want to stand out or we don’t want to make others feel left out.
Like the student who knows all the answers but stops raising their hand to avoid ridicule, fitting in starts with trying to belong but may ultimately hinder their academic growth and learning. When it comes to altering our energy to fit in, it may start with temporarily slowing our frequency but may eventually result in an inescapably lower vibration that deviates from our path of spiritual growth and enlightenment.
Raising our vibration to match higher vibrational spirits can be just as disruptive. If you have ever encountered spiritual figures like Louise Hay, Eckhart Tolle, or Deepak Chopra, you may have noticed people seem to scramble to catch their attention, enter their auric field, and essentially match their energy. This can lead people to lose their sense of self, become ungrounded, and sometimes experience a spiritual crisis when they don’t have the foundational power to maintain that elevated vibration. It is akin to becoming a CEO without adequate business training and experience, your enterprise will crumble!
The Infallibility of Independence
Everyone’s journey is unique, as is how their energy fluctuations affect their journey and how their journey affects their energy fluctuations. When we manipulate this relationship by unnaturally altering our vibrational frequency, we compromise our sense of accountability, hinder our growth, and impede our enlightenment.
Of course, not everyone will appreciate your refusal to fit it, namely those whose frequency you can only match by minimizing your own! However, the peace, balance, and universal harmony you discover will be reward enough. Without fail, when you honor your unique vibration, you will start to align with what is meant for you and attract only that which serves your greatest good and highest purpose. It is undeniably liberating, empowering, and enlightening how far going with the flow of your own frequency can carry you. In fact, with enough conviction, it can transport you to a whole new world, the new world of ascension!
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
Let’s face it, everyone encounters adversity in their lives. It can be a daily inconvenience, like a parking ticket, a painful or disruptive circumstance like a job loss or breakup, or a life-altering event such as a serious illness or the death of someone you love. No one is exempt; Adversity is one of life’s great equalizers.
So, why do some people crumble under the burden or hardship, with those that never recover, while others seem to withstand the burden, heal, grow, and perhaps thrive? While there can be multiple factors at play, ego dramatically influences how we face, endure, and overcome adversity.
The Many Faces of Ego
From the scientific study of psychology to the intuitive wisdom of spirituality, the ego has many faces. At times vilified, “the ego must die!” Celebrated by others as “the voice of reason and sanity.” With so much divergence, what can be agreed on?
Ego is accepted across disciplines as the conscious part of the personality, a mediator between our inner workings and the outer world. It is who we think we are and often who the world believes us to be.
The ego’s fundamental role is to serve as a gatekeeper between our outer experience and the lower and higher self. Like a switch operator, the ego decides whether it will direct adversity’s call to the lower or higher self. The ego makes this decision, actually all its decisions, on what it perceives as facts about the self.
The types of “facts” the ego believes can be self-deprecating
The Burden of the Ego
Those who are arrogant and self-loathing often bear the burden of ego. For these people, the ego becomes a locus of attack and defense. They often believe that adversity happens to them or at them like arrows flung in battle. They view themselves as either vulnerable victims or superiorly separate from life’s hardships.
Self-loathing people often view hardships as a punishment, at times deserved, for being lesser than or failing. In this way, these people align with their misfortune, embodying it, becoming the suffering itself. This can worsen their hardships, making them harder to overcome.
Self-aggrandizing people often view their hardships as beneath them, rarely deserved, because they are above it all. In this way, these people resist their misfortune, denying it, fighting it, and making the misfortune an enemy. This creates attachment to their hardships, making them harder to move past.
In both cases, the ego convinces the self that when adversity stops, there will be peace. As a result, the individual becomes a slave to the ego because misfortune is inevitable and unavoidable. There needs to be another way!
The Benefits of Ego
Those who are self-honoring often heal and grow from the benefit of ego. For these people, the ego becomes a locus of acceptance and accountability. They view themselves as worthy, empowered, and self-knowing when facing life’s adversities. They often believe misfortune simply happens like a storm crossing the sky.
These self-respecting people often view hardships as happenstance, learning opportunities, karma, or destiny. These people do not identify with their misfortune at all. Instead, they acknowledge, accept, overcome, and release it, neutralizing the adversity and the potential for suffering. This makes it easier to take accountability, learn, and adapt.
In this case, the ego faces adversity with self-worth, empowerment, and self-knowledge.
Facing Adversity with Neutrality
By seeing adversity as
You will no longer become attached to it and stop worsening your suffering by aligning with it or resisting it. When you face adversity with neutrality, viewing it objectively as something unavoidable and unbiased, like the ebb and flow of the tide, you can significantly minimize your suffering or prevent it altogether.
Albert Einstein once said adversity introduces a man to himself. Still, there is more to it! Adversity also introduces us to our higher self. Ultimately, adversity is not just one of life’s great equalizers. It is also one of life’s greatest teachers!
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
Contrary to the famous movie quote, the meaning of life isn't likely "42". And while the fundamental purpose of life is to achieve ascension, everyone's path to it is different. No magic number, algorithm, or blueprint fits us all. The good news is, "there is a plan, and your soul knows what it is!"
Where There Is Purpose, There Is Value
Our soul purpose is the reason we have chosen to journey through yet another lifetime, this lifetime. The one caveat is that despite having already selected our purpose, we must still rediscover it. Once we reawaken to it, our mission is to nourish it and share it with the world. Discovering your soul mission is as vital to your wellbeing as it is to the collective. Your soul purpose is unique to you, and only you can put that essential piece of the universal puzzle in place!
This is where soul purpose and personal value merge. Among the commonplace achievements and attributes that contribute to our worth, soul purpose is the highest level of worth and the most profound sense of purpose we can have. Buddha, the Stay-at-Home Mom, the person born without arms and legs, the CEO of a top-grossing company, and the baker at your favorite coffee shop. Remember that everyone has a purpose, and no one's mission is any better or worse than the other.
Let's take the baker, for example. At work, they make tasty treats, yum! Their life purpose may be
Meaning, Motivation & Manifestation
When you discover your soul purpose, your life is enriched with deeper meaning. You are driven to nurture your talents, expand your reach, push past challenges, and set bold intentions. Full of motivation and will, your spiritual purpose fosters universal alignment and flow, allowing you to manifest the experience and realities you desire and require to fulfill your unique mission and realize your true value! Every day you wake up is another day to share your gift with the world, knowing that every personal pitfall pales in comparison to your universal impact.
Recognition, Release & Rebirth
Once you are aware of your soul purpose, you can recognize what your purpose is and what it isn't. Be it relationships, goals, intentions, world views, or beliefs. With this heightened sense of inner truth, you can discern what choices further your mission or detract from it. In turn, you can release all that drains your energy, detracts your focus, and diminishes your drive toward your mission. This can free you from the limitations of the past, prevent present confusion and personal devaluation, and clear obstacles to a purposeful future. This way, you can be reborn as a person with inner value, purpose, discernment, and will. Ultimately, life's purpose is to seek a life of purpose. As long as you are seeking, you can't fail!
Let Your Soul Speak
Sometimes it is difficult to find our value because our soul purpose is such an intrinsic part of who we are and how we live, making it nearly imperceptible. The best way to rediscover it is to simply let your soul speak. By asking meaningful questions and creating time and space to hear the initially quiet voice of your spirit, that voice will soon become a roar that drowns out doubt, fear, and insecurity. Here are a few questions to get you started.
What brought me joy as a child?
Who were my role models growing up, and why?
What events of my youth, good or bad, were most impactful?
Who did I aspire to be when I grew up and why?
What did I want to do when I grew up and why?
What brings me joy?
Who inspires me now and why?
What am I naturally good at?
What am I intuitively drawn to?
How am I most of service to others?
How do I want to help others?
What are my goals for the next year, 5 years, 10 years?
What makes me the most hopeful for the future?
What are my dreams and desires?
What do I hope to teach others?
Remember to give your spirit time and space to respond to your questions. You may want to ask 1 or 2 questions before falling asleep, meditate on one question for 5-10 minutes, or simply choose a question and open yourself to Spirit's response as you move throughout your day.
The Journey of Purpose
People often believe knowing the meaning of life, and the personal value it brings is the ultimate goal or final destination. Yet, soul purpose is not a destination; it is a journey! Part of our purpose is to find our purpose, better equipping us to honor our mission and ourselves.
Walking the path to rediscovering our soul purpose is essential to your healing, growth, evolution, and transformation. It is not the end, and therewithal it is the beginning; it is infinite; it is the why, and the how, your incentive, and your purpose. This beautiful quote by Buddha sums it up quite eloquently,
"Your purpose is to find your purpose and give your whole heart and soul to it."
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
The Magic of Words
Words have held power long before we have the technology to record or transport them. Before there was the internet, television, telephones, or even telegrams, there was the spoken word. An integral part of ancient folk medicine and spirituality, ancients used their words like herbs to breathe life and power into their rituals and rites. Contemporary science has now come to "discover" what ancient people always knew; the power of the words is made evident by language studies like Neuro-Linguistic Programming.
Words have the power to hurt and heal. They can secure a victory or cause a loss. Moreover, the spoken word is infinite because it can never be erased. We must understand the true power of what we give voice to because we create the fullness of our experience through it.
The Essence of Life
While once a novel concept, many are now aware of the power and pervasive nature of energy. The furniture you are sitting on as you read this, the thoughts these words inspire, and the words themselves, all energy! We cannot escape energy, even when this lifetime is done. In fact, you'll find the most profound energy you'll ever know within the liminal space between lifetimes!
Energy is what makes manifestation and attraction possible. When the frequency of our beliefs, emotions, and behaviors aligns with the vibration of our desires, we can create existence and attract the abundance we desire. Affirmations work similarly. When we speak our truth and desires with conviction in our words and confidence in their effects, we become sovereign creators of our realities. As Aristotle said, the energy of the mind is the essence of life!
Paying Heed to The Tales of Old Wives
Old wives' tales and superstitions about not discussing good deeds, keeping a pregnancy secret until a specific trimester, or not counting chickens before they're hatched all share a common thread; Speaking of good fortune or impending successes isn't always advisable. As they say, sometimes it is worth paying heed to old wives' tales because they were once needful for the wise to know!
Often, we have a good turn of events or are making extra special plans and can't wait to share our good news with someone. While, unlike the old tales, we are not liable to be struck down and punished for our hubris and pride, sharing can make our hopes and creations vulnerable to the negative intentions and low vibrational thoughts of others!
Sharing your plans with some people can make you a target! Known by many names, the "evil eye" is a very real force that extends beyond cultures, religions, and eras. Fundamentally, the evil eye is when someone looks at our past, present, or future blessings with envy, jealousy, resentment, or spite.
Losing what Silence Has Won
You may think, "I'll only tell those I trust." There are three primary issues with that
The second point may also be relatively common. This could be a well-meaning friend or family member that wants to "save" us from disappointment or failure, so they try to caution against "getting your hopes up" or warn us about all the pitfalls to avoid. They lower your vibration by planting seeds of verbalized doubt or negative thoughts.
The third issue can be harder to discern because the negative energy is obscured from you and hidden away in the other person's subconscious. These people may genuinely think they want what is best for us but have a subconscious lack of fulfillment that results in deep-seated envy and jealousy, which resonates as resentment. Despite consciously wishing you well, they lower your frequency with unconscious negativity.
And this is how easily the power of our words, unbeknownst to us, can lose what our silence could have easily won.
Let Your Actions Speak
Now you see that you can block your blessings or hinder your plans when discussing your hopes and intentions with others indiscriminately. Because everything is energy, the frequency of others' thoughts, feelings, and words can disrupt your abundance or defuse and dilute your Creator power and manifestation energy.
Of course, it is okay to speak grateful, optimistic words from time to time, but best to let your actions and accomplishments speak for themselves. If you are thankful, live with gratitude; if you are motivated, exercise your Creator sovereignty, and if you are blessed, design the reality you desire with your abundance. Ultimately, words speak with intent, while actions speak with purpose.
In Love and Truth,
By Lori Lines
Growing up, many of us are conditioned to trust facts, not feelings. Think back to math class. It was never enough to have the correct response; you had to “show your work.” We become conditioned to think that anything that can’t be proven in black and white falls into the cognitive abyss of incredulity and insignificance.
“I’ll believe it when I see it.” In other words, show me the evidence, and I’ll acknowledge the validity of your point of view. Yet, how can you show someone the carefree exhilaration of getting caught in a sun shower, the pain of saying goodbye, or the indignation of witnessing injustice? There are ultimate truths that can never be embodied by words on a page, numbers on a spreadsheet, or even when beholding it with one’s own eyes. Not until some people experience or manifest some of these absolute realities can they have conviction in their truth.
For instance, Divinity, as an experience, principle, or being(s), cannot be conjured at will to prove to a nonbeliever that it exists. Does that then negate the existence of the Divine? Sadly, for the left-brained thinker, it does!
You may ask, what is a left-brained thinker? Contrary to how it may sound, the distinction between left or right-brained thinkers has nothing to do with political polarities! it refers to the pathways through which people process their worldly experiences. The left-brain processes experience through logic, “I’ll believe it when I see it.” It systematically parses and stores information based on tangible evidence.
The right brain processes our experiences in a way that adds richness, depth, and meaning. Those who think with their right brain gain understanding based on emotions, intuition, and spiritual awareness. Right-brained thinkers know “believing is seeing” because they gain wisdom through a holistic impression of what is seen and unseen, the tangible and intangible. They know there is so much more to reality than what can be witnessed with the 5 bodily senses.
We create our own reality when we see, think, and understand primarily through the right brain. And the existence we choose is designed by what we believe in our hearts and higher consciousness. At that point, believing truly is seeing because we can see past what we have been conditioned to fear, trust, and surrender to.
When you have conviction in your own awareness and inner truth, you also realize that many “facts” are not really factual at all. When we see, think, and feel for ourselves, our knowledge and experience are no longer pigeonholed by where we were raised, who raised us, who we follow on social media, or the cable channels available to us.
The distinction between “I’ll believe it when I see it” and “believing is seeing” does not solely impact us on a personal level. In actuality, it has communal, global, and universal implications. When we are moved as masses by socialized fear, hate, division, and panic, it wreaks widespread havoc and pandemonium. The same way the left brain parses information is the same way it can parse people. The left brain thinks in terms of “us and them” and “ me and you,” based on observable distinctions between individuals or groups and me. On the other hand, the holistic perspective of the right-brain views things in terms of “us and we” based on the higher awareness and intuitive belief that we are a collective and that oneness is the highest path.
The ultimate truth of the New Earth, the 5th Dimension, or the Age of Enlightenment is loving, harmonious unity. We are one through ascension because we all hear, and heed, the singular voice of the Source. We are unified because we all trust the voice within, channeling the absolute veracity of Divinity.
Yet, does this oneness have to remain a distant possibility of the 5D?
Things could be different from the pandemic of dread, depression, and dissension. Because, the truth is, there is a better way! If we stop seeing the world through the fractured, disconnected lens of the left brain and start viewing it through the unified, harmonious perspective of the right brain, we can bring Divine order and holistic balance back to the heart and soul of society on a communal, social, and universal level.
Don’t wait until you see it to believe it. Believe it now! Believe social, global, and universal healing is possible. And just like that, you can begin to create the world you wish to see.
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
Have you ever noticed that during those times you were convinced something would go wrong, it usually did? “I’m going to mess this speech up; they’re not going to like me; I am not good enough.” On the other hand, in those times when you were convinced you couldn’t fail, things tended to go smoothly and successfully. “I can’t lose; I just know there is a connection; I have what it takes.” While we all have varying degrees of psychic knowing, these self-fulfilling prophecies have more to do with mindset than intuitive premonitions.
Negative self-talk comes in many forms. It may sound factual, “I won’t get the raise,” prudent, “If I try, I’ll fail,” or like a realistic observation, “I am all alone.” Negative self-talk hinders our healing, growth, evolution, and ascension, creating adverse outcomes for ourselves and our lives.
We all have an occasional dark cloud floating across our clear mental skies. However, it can’t rain every day! The more negative thoughts we have, the more negativity they generate, causing our minds to assume a generally somber perspective. This sea of negativity can soon swell over our heads! Contributing to feelings of helplessness, worthlessness, and hopelessness. Wait, don’t get negative about negative thoughts. The sun can rise again!
Positive Affirmations to the Rescue!
One way affirmations help is by programming the mind to have positive expectations. Studies have shown when we have positive expectations, we have more positive experiences. For example, when chronic pain sufferers believe their pain will be more manageable and tolerable, they experience less pain! Affirmations like, “I will succeed, I am talented, or people like me” can reprogram the mind to focus on the positive and foster a sense of empowerment and control over our outcomes.
When we reframe our thoughts and experiences with positive words, they not only shift our perspective and alter our experience but also change our brain chemistry, structures, and processes, making affirmation practice both a quick fix and long-term solution for keeping negative ruminations at bay.
The Magic of Words
Positive affirmations are also powerful tools for manifestation and practicing the Law of Attraction. By gradually making positive affirmations a mainstay in your self-care routine, a shift will soon take place. The focus will go from neutralizing negative thoughts to amplifying positive intentions. Once you get the hang of them, you can use positive affirmations to fast-track your career, physical conditioning, relational prosperity, and personal development!
Because affirmations profoundly affect your life, it’s essential to wield their incredible power wisely. Affirmations influence the linguistic processing centers of the brain, meaning your words are precious. To make the most of this life-changing practice, follow the 3 Ps, phrasing your words in a tone that is present, positive, and powerful.
Present – State your affirmation as a current reality because it is if you believe it. Instead of I will be successful, say, I am successful. Or, in place of, I am going to find happiness, say, I am happy and filled with joy.
Positive – Don’t focus on what you don’t want. Focus on what you do want. Instead of, I will not fail, say, I am achieving my goals. Or, in place of, I will not lack for anything, say, I have more than enough.
Powerful –Use constructive, empowering language whenever possible. Instead of, I will be abundant, say, I am abundant. Or, in place of I can find love, say, I am attracting the love I desire.
Creating life-changing affirmations is like crafting a spell. Your words are the magical ingredients needed to conjure up the best version of who you are and your best life!
There are three more special ingredients, perhaps the most essential for crafting transformative affirmations. The first two are confidence and conviction. To truly weave magic with your words, you need to genuinely believe in yourself, your ability to manifest your desires, and the Universe’s ultimately generous nature.
Remind yourself as often as necessary that you are capable and deserving and that the Universe has infinite abundance for all who dare to dream and believe.
The final ingredient? Gratitude! Gratitude turns what we have into enough. It is the secret sauce, the cornerstone, the missing puzzle piece! Be grateful for what you have, what you are attracting, and what you are yet to receive. Even rejoice in the unanswered prayers and seemingly missed opportunities because there is magic in them too.
Never forget, “a grateful heart is a magnet for miracles!”
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
No News is Good News
The modern era presents opportunities that our ancestors never knew. Yet, our ever-broadening possibilities also introduce unique obstacles. Through cable television and the internet, there is an infinite supply of information available with just a click of a button. This flood of information is often unsolicited. We go online to find a guided meditation or maybe a few relaxing asanas, and we are bombarded with information.
Often presented in a manner meant to buttress the believability or evidentiary quality, there are no guarantees that the information heaped on us is factual. And so, what began as the age of information has become the age of disinformation.
Information has become faster, more plentiful, but not necessarily better, leading many to feel powerless, hopeless, angry, and afraid. And who wouldn’t be when being drowned in a sea of depressing, panic-inducing information on a global scale. It is also presented sensationally because sensationalism gets clicks, views, and subscribers. The consequence? We become overwhelmed, burned out, and ultimately numb to humanity and ourselves.
When we become desensitized, we no longer see people or their pain as authentic, impairing our ability to access our emotions, connect with others, or experience genuine empathy and sympathy. Everything becomes a talking point instead of a call to action, an opportunity for healing, or a moment of profound realization. A prison, not of brick and mortar but of “facts,” is cutting us off from ourselves, others, and our journey as spiritual beings having a human experience. Which is the primary pathway to awakening!
Another pitfall of unlimited informational access, whether solicited or not, is that we are constantly giving the left-brain data to compute but denying the right-brain experiences and emotions to process. An over-active left brain and malnourished right brain result in a society that relies mainly on what they are conditioned to believe, trained to see, and taught to think.
A left-brained society often fails to think, feel, believe, or experience life for themselves. They may be learned but not wise, and they never risk looking past the well-constructed façade of how things ought to be. In terms of ascension and awakening to a left-brained society, it is nearly impossible; a utopia never to be reached but only rarely imagined by those who dare.
Taking the Off-ramp of the Information Superhighway
We have been conditioned to believe that tuning out the informational noise is impractical, inconceivable, and socially negligent. What would we do if we did not know what was happening worldwide at all hours of the day!? Such conditioning causes us to feel anxious and fearful at the very notion. However, self-care demands that we turn off the noise and tune into the moment.
This moment is rich with possibility, emotion, and learning. What’s more, any given moment can be an opportunity for love, understanding, or healing. Yet, when we are speeding down the superhighway, just trying to keep up, we cannot appreciate the beauty of the scenery.
We need to actively shift our cognitive path from the left brain to the right brain as much as possible. Protecting ourselves in the dis-information age is not just about slamming on the breaks and going slower; it’s about shifting the route altogether. It is about mindfulness, meditation, communing with the Higher Self, challenging conditioned beliefs, pulling back the curtain, and looking past what we are taught to see.
The High Road to Higher Consciousness
Cognitive dissonance is the state of having conflicting thoughts, feelings, beliefs, or perspectives. When the right brain is engaged, we experience cognitive dissonance caused by attitudes that conflict with our Higher Selves and higher consciousness. When the left brain is in control, the dissonance we experience is due to conflicts with our conditioning and the status quo. Highlighting how dependent self-preservation is on an active, engaged right brain during the age of disinformation!
As the doorway to higher consciousness, the right brain enables us to make another important distinction between healing divisiveness and damaging unity. We are often taught divisiveness is bad, and unity is good. Yet, unity with the dis-information age and agents of dis-information holds us back from enlightenment and awakening.
Making it essential to heed the alarm bells of dissonance the higher consciousness sets off, triggering a need for healing division from the left-brained collective. When unity is the conditioned default and divisiveness is automatically shunned, we can become ensnared in the vicious cycle of panic, helplessness, hopelessness, and depression of the disinformation age.
It is essential to draw a distinction between absolute alienation and healing divisiveness. We are not meant to be lonely and isolated from humanity. The path to ascension and the 5D reality of enlightenment is one of unity and love. However, to get there, we must align our journey with those who have similar goals, who choose to uplift and be uplifted instead of tearing down and being downtrodden.
Love, happiness, harmony, healing, and fulfillment are not facts or data points to examine and study. They are energies and emotions to be experienced, felt, and enjoyed. They are the ultimate truth! And, though Facts can obscure the truth, the truth can never be hidden.
In love and truth,
QHHT Level 3 Practitioner, Board Certified
Clinical Hypnotherapist, Intuitive
Author Lori Lines
Disclaimer: Lori is a high-level channel. The information contained on this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis or treatment by a licensed physician. You should seek prompt medical care for any health issues and consult your doctor before using alternative medicine or making a change to your regimen.