By Lori Lines
We are in the middle of very big changes. Literally, humanity is going through a portal of transmutation while learning how to become immune to the many "bites" from that which is outside of ourselves. We are carrying all knowledge within ourselves that reside in the seat of our souls.
All kinds of activations are going on in this great awakening, effecting all of humanity. Despite appearances the majority of humanity wants peace in the Universal Consciousness and it shall be so, even though in the denseness of our reality it seems slow in coming. However, once we are on the other side of it we will notice, actually, how fast it came.
Human Consciousness is carrying this transformation through each of our quantum strings of pure energy. We all chose and came here, to be here, to usher in and carry through, in each moment, this new way of being. We chose to come here and to be a part of the great destruction and the reconstruction of a new Earth.
Many of you are asking, "How am I participating?" Well, your service comes in many different forms. Your service can come through actually building and rebuilding businesses (brick and mortar as well as in other ways); your connection to others in your home, your neighborhoods, your cities, counties/parishes, your state and your nations. You are serving through your interactions with others both psychically and face-to-face. You are serving through your clarity of mind as well as your confusion right now. You are serving by your presence in any situation where you feel you are contributing your light, your love, and your focus. It is in the art you make, the healing you do, the words of wisdom you pass on to someone else. It is in your writing, your voice, your truth. It is when you dream as well as when you are awake and making dinner. It's just being the best of you at any given moment.
There is nothing you have to do, nothing you have to say but to be in the present moment as much as possible while allowing the quantum strings to do their will as we cannot stop this collective trajectory to higher consciousness.
Therefore, I want to deeply thank you all for your profound and Divinely Inspired presence. We are on a quest to manifest illuminated relationships within and without, making discoveries as we witness ourselves leaping out and expressing who we really are, expressing our truth, and bringing more transformation to the collective.
We are realizing many more perspectives than we've ever experienced. These can be felt as mystical experiences, for as we ascend, we will realize there are more possibilities than we have ever dreamed possible. This will manifest in many ways, too many to list here.
Whatever soul healing one may need at this point in time, in one's evolution, this will come in the way of love relationships (old and new) as well as in other ways.
Many of you will be recognizing that you'll be making decisions from your Divine will and manifesting springing forth from your decisions more easily. Careful what you wish for or think about as these things will begin manifesting very quickly.
Our DNA light codes are activated as this channel has experienced spontaneous, unprovoked, states of bliss and pure joy rushing through her body, mind, and spirit. Many of you have, too, and most of you will soon. This is experienced as being able to see mystical pathways that are in the realm of higher dimensions, resulting in new levels of self-actualization and lifting the self up from the ebb and flow of mundane earthly life.
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By Lori Lines
In my article, titled Cause and Affects of Awakening, I wrote "...if we assume too much guilt, we will be more reluctant to accept responsibility and bypass it altogether..." a few of you asked what I meant by that and I felt like this part needed more explanation, so I wanted to expound on this thought.
The difference between guilt and responsibility is life-altering. While some people may be misled, guilt and responsibility are mutually exclusive. When we err, particularly if it leads to hurting ourselves or others, it is vital to our own growth to take responsibility. When we take responsibility we empower ourselves in the process in which we realize our inner leverage to improve and secure future success, be it emotional, spiritual, or material.
Guilt, on the other hand, devalues us. It subconsciously undermines our self-worth and challenges our abilities. Assuming shame, or "guilt-tripping" someone else, is a disempowering process in which we rob the 'guilty' party (or ourselves) of the power to improve and secure future achievements.
It is understandable, then, how a cycle of 'guiltiness' can lead to a sense of learned helplessness and chronic powerlessness. Guilt is an emotionally evocative state. Objectivity is difficult when we feel we must constantly defend ourselves. This heightened state of emotional reactivity compromises our perceptions and our objectivity. Whether it's a singular event or generally pervasive, guilt leads to frustration and anger, which can trigger a fight response or lead to a state of depression and futility, triggering a flight response.
Either way, what can we accomplish when we resist responsibility or seek to escape it altogether?
Guilt is self-perpetuating; shame begets more shame. It takes an intentional shift in viewpoint to break the cycle. The first way to reframe your experience is to remove your ego from the equation. The ego thrives on judgments, and judgments are sustained by comparisons. When we say to someone "you should have known better," the ego is actually saying, "someone else would have known better," or "I would have known better." When it comes to ourselves, and we think "I did something bad," instead, the ego-consciousness whispers, "I AM someone bad."
Once we hush the ego-voice, we can practice self-acceptance and forgiveness. Forgiveness is essential because when we forgive ourselves and others, we remove the boulder in our path of development and growth. I cannot tell you how many times I've seen the lightbulb come on with clients when they realize how their lack of forgiveness has stunted their ability to move forward on their path. Forgiveness means when we know better, we can do better without burdening ourselves by our past faults. Which is a fundamental premise for responsibility.
Opposed to guilt, we can assume responsibility from a neutral and centered place of objectivity. The ego is not activated by a fear of criticism and rejection. Instead, the higher-self can commandeer our consciousness. We can view our missteps, or the missteps of others, from a place of compassion. Our higher consciousness appreciates that no one is perfect. We are all works-in-progress on the path to self-actualization, looking to connect with others and, ultimately, our higher-selves. From this perspective, we find grace for ourselves and others. This grace means no one is so marred by their missteps that they, or their path, are irredeemable.
This is our seat of empowerment. When accountability no longer threatens us, we are capable of adaptation, flexibility and growth. By creating healthier experiences, we build confidence and find our power. You will find, when you take responsibility for your 'wrongs,' drop guilt and shame, you will experience self-worth and inner strength when you achieve growth and a newfound faith in your ability to manifest your highest potential.
Boulder removed. :)
In love and truth,
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By Lori Lines
Awakening is a journey of spiritual transformation that can occur in a moment, across a series of events, or over a lifetime. The first process of awakening is the expansion and intensification of our awareness. We begin to see beyond day-to-day mundane trivialities, as we move away from low vibrational mentalities and towards transcendence. Our experiences can become both more vibrant and otherworldly as well as starker and jarring.
It is then we enter the second phase of awakening, when we begin to observe and examine the distorted societal mores, relational patterns, and inner processes more perceptively and questioningly. At some point during this secondary process, we may feel we have lost ourselves, lost our way, and lost our connection to reality. This can also be a phase of the dark night of the soul, as perplexing circumstances in which things have never made less sense and so much sense all at the same time. It is a confusing time where we may find our belief systems crumbling.
To adjust to our higher, clearer vision, we must explore the next phase of awakening, forgiveness, and surrender. We are challenged to forgive ourselves and others for the wrongs we feel have been committed and to surrender to this transformative and, at times, disillusioning transition. We must be willing to take responsibility for our thoughts and actions. No need to harshly judge yourself, you may not have known better, so you could not have done better. Guilt and responsibility are not the same. In fact, if we assume too much guilt, we will be more reluctant to accept responsibility and bypass it altogether, rendering us stuck in a pattern until the lesson rolls around again for us to understand.
Similarly, we need to hold others accountable for their thoughts and actions. The objective is to do so from a place of love, or at least neutrality. Anger and resentment may arise, but ultimately one should allow people to accept responsibility from a place of non attachment. For instance, if a parent abandoned you as a child, you should hold the parent responsible. Healing comes from acknowledging they were wrong for what they did, whether the one responsible is ready to admit that or not, understanding that you are not responsible for the effects the abandonment had, and accepting while what they did was not right, you choose to work towards releasing anger and resentment for the sake of your own healing and growth.
It is here where we must surrender to the process of realization, acceptance, and release as the cycle will arise many times throughout the process of awakening, in my opinion, to test our resolve and to hold us accountable for our own shift into healing.
Step 4 is alignment. As we forgive and release repeatedly, we untether ourselves from the limitations of victimhood and raise our vibration, aligning more with our Spirit and higher planes of realities. As we find greater alignment, we become more united with our true selves. This often leads to changes in perspectives, attitudes, values, goals, careers, lifestyles, and relationships. This can lead to those we are close to feeling shut out, alienated, and unloved. While some relationships will not mesh with our newly awakened consciousness, many can continue to grow and benefit from the healing energy we now embody at this stage.
The one caveat being our loved ones must accept the heightened vibration we bring to the relationship. Instead of yearning for the relational energies that were, they must learn to accept the new energetic alchemy the shared connection holds. This doesn't mean they must find awakening at the same time and at the same intensity we do. It means those you love must respect your path, must accept that you and the relationship will change, and must be willing to acknowledge past transgressions.
The process of awakening is currently being presented simultaneously for many on the individual and societal level. The same steps and understanding of awareness, examination and observation, forgiveness and surrender, and alignment can manifest healing across the social landscape. As we grow increasingly aware of what is wrong with the world, we must each own our part in how it came to be, we need to extend grace and forgiveness to ourselves and others and be willing to align with higher principles and perspectives.
By doing so on the micro and macro level, we can achieve the final stage of the awakening process, unity, with Spirit, our higher selves, and each other. Unity is where we find enlightenment through love, acceptance, peace and freedom. It is liberty from hatred, judgement and all low vibrational energy.
Furthermore, it is the realization that Godly resonance resides in ourselves and every member of humanity. An enlightened world is where we all receive respect, acceptance, and love. Some may say it is heaven on earth, and as Abraham Maslow famously states, "a single glimpse of heaven is enough to confirm its existence."
In love and truth to you and all,
By Lori Lines
Higher consciousness is a heightened awareness and an understanding of who you truly are, how everyone and everything is connected, and the genuine meaning of existence. Higher consciousness surpasses any limitations of perceived boundaries and divisions between yourself and others, as well as, any superficial shortcomings you feel are holding back your progression and growth.
As your consciousness rises, your mind expands to the undefinable, limitless nature of your being and life itself. While it is not a simple undertaking, we can all achieve the shifts of consciousness that lead to transcendence. You might ask, "If everyone is capable, why has everyone not achieved ascension?" If you visualize the path to higher consciousness as a physical process of rising, negative emotions, due to past hurts, childhood traumas, old resentments and even cellular memories of past lives, serve as anchors that weigh us down and hold us back. However, ascension implies a physical rising, but it's a state of being.
The truth is, most people cannot fully awaken because their minds are preoccupied with the mutterings of the ego-self. Namely, concerns of avoiding emotional and physical pain, protecting the ego's perception of self, and meeting basic needs. The ego-self always finds a reason to compete with every other being, seeing resources of all types as limited. It generates a low-vibrational state where the individual views themselves as alone, vulnerable and defensive. When we can't release heartache from our past or past lives, a sense of separateness and vulnerability is compounded by a negative view of reality. Awakening is when we are aware of these negative thoughts and emotions tied to the past. Being fully awakened is when we finally are able to relinquish those parts of ourselves that are holding us back from moving forward in our lives.
All this low-vibrational energy creates energy blockages. These blockages may arise in the home of safety and security, the root chakra, the home of unity, self-love, and ascension, the heart chakra, the home of higher consciousness, the crown chakra, or any other energy center. No matter where the energy blockages arise, they separate us from the universal energy field and the united subconscious. The truth is, we are all connected and meant to live in such a way that honors that interconnectedness. When we feel separate, it is another anchor, weighing us down and holding us back from the climb towards the ascension way of being.
How do you achieve higher consciousness despite the negative emotions you may struggle to release? The mind is often filled with the frantic, apprehensive voice of the ego-self. "The monkey mind," as some people refer to it, needs to be acknowledged and mastered. Through mindfulness and meditation, you can learn to quiet the monkey-mind to make room for high-vibrational thoughts and keep yourself grounded in the present. However, there is more you can do to change how you have been negatively conditioned to see the world.
One of the first steps is to foster a sense of grounding and presence. Only then can you truly monitor your thoughts, perceptions, feelings, desires, and behaviors. It is turning inward in observation of your inner experience. Furthermore, try to view your traumas, hurts, and heartaches of this life or the last, not as weapons but as lessons. Trust that your higher consciousness is present and prepared to help use these events for your greater good.
Non-attachment is an essential practice to heal your ability to reach an ascended way of being. Do not allow yourself to remain or become attached to anything that will wear you down or break you down, in the moment or over time. A valuable way to begin practicing nonattachment is through non-reactivity. Do not react or attach yourself to anything people say about you. This applies to criticism, reprimand, praise, or justification, any of these will only serve to rouse the ego-self and increase its mindless chatter. Which leads to the next exercise towards achieving higher consciousness, to stop appeasing the ego's need to be defined; this only fosters competition and more separation from the universal unconscious. Finally, do not avoid the emotional triggers or pain you may fear, face them head-on. Only through acknowledgment and acceptance can you transcend your hurt and achieve higher consciousness and awakening.
One of the beautiful things about the rise towards higher consciousness is it is both the tool to help you overcome low-vibrational thoughts, feelings, and behaviors and the goal in overcoming the same. To achieve ascension is not becoming a new person but becoming who you are meant to be upon healing from and channeling your heartache and hurt into constructive energy.
As you climb towards higher consciousness, you will gain the ability to view people as hurt individuals instead of malicious ones. Instead of competing, criticizing, and growing defensive, you will see others with greater compassion, which cultivates more healing—as such, achieving higher consciousness is a self-perpetuating process. As you strive towards enlightenment, you are filled with more love, forgiveness, patience, and empathy, helping you to heal, release blockages, and lift your vibration and your consciousness higher. This results in your endless spiritual opening to new heights of unconditional love, peace, and limitless awareness of the seen and unseen realms of reality.
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
The first time we connect to a past or parallel life, the realm of possibility expands in a way that is refreshing, awe-inspiring, but also a bit baffling. There is so much healing information and nuggets of wisdom, to be had, tucked away in these lives! We may ask, "why didn't I know about this sooner?" It seems a bit unfair, doesn't it?
Think of past and parallel lives as textbooks. We are free to study the books at length before but are often not allowed to have access to them once the exam begins. The exam is our life's journey. Like an open book exam, we can sometimes access the information, but not if it inhibits or undermines our ability to truly learn and to grow that expands our spiritual awakening.
Considering how many past and parallel lives we have lived, it is only realistic to assume there has been heartache, psychic pain, and trauma that our soul has endured; Which begs the question, how enthusiastic would we be about the life ahead if our last life was one of grief, loss, and ended in a tragic death? We would likely come into this lifetime with a grim outlook and a fear of living another one altogether. Trauma is a big reason why we don't remember the last life as soon as we arrive onto this one. Trauma can inhibit our will to live, limit our drive to explore, and even quell our hopes for the future.
The first time we watch a new movie, we are eager for the experience with all ears and eyes! We are vigilant to not miss any twists and turns as the movie unfolds. When we watch our favorite movie for the umpteenth time, we are more relaxed, we may explain the film to a first-time watcher, we may glance at our phone. If we know, with certainty, that we have lived many lives before and many lives after, would we have the same zest for it? I don't think so. Some people may become complacent and take this life for granted. The certainty that we have many lives to choose can make us vulnerable to a futile mindset and a lack of appreciation for the life we are currently living.
If we remember our past or parallel lives, we may also remember charting this life. The risk of remembering charting this life is it may seriously undermine our free-will. Free-will is a Divine gift, but we have flexed this muscle before. When we mapped the life we are living now, we selected several choice-points, where we would opt to take a specific path. Awareness that some decisions have already been made and knowing what to expect may damage our sense of free-will and personal power. this can lead to a lack of excitement and a perceived lack of control over our destiny.
If we have lived so many past or parallel lives, why don't we remember? The truth is we can and do remember, but only when the time is right, where appropriate for our soul evolution. You see, remembering these alternative lives can be a blessing or a curse depending on how we remember and when. A past life regression,
during a QHHT session, is when these memories serve our healing and help us navigate life changes. When the memories heal, uplift, or guide us is when these memories should be celebrated as a gift and a real blessing from our Higher-Self.
In love and truth,
By Lori Lines
Projection is the subconscious act of transferring your own unwanted traits, emotions, and behaviors on to someone else. Projective identification, sometimes referred to as projection as well, is the subconscious act of taking feelings from one interpersonal, connection, situation, or relationship and place it on to an unrelated one. Finally, externalization is when we blame others for our circumstances and problems, falsely assuming a victim mentality.
It can all seem a little confusing to someone who isn't familiar with these terms, so here are a few examples. An example of projection is feeling bad about not giving your all at work. Subconsciously you feel guilty that you've been disinterested and unfocused at work. Instead of assuming responsibility for not giving your all, you lash out at a blameless co-worker for being lazy and inconsiderate for not doing their fair share. You took your negative feelings and placed them on your co-worker.
An example of projective identification is having left a relationship where you were undervalued and felt unheard, and you go to a skilled therapist and counselor. You get frustrated with the therapist because they never hear you and often treat you with a lack of respect, unconsciously painting them with the same brush as your ex.
An example of externalization would be poor money management and thoughtless spending having you in a financial crunch. Instead of assuming responsibility for your carelessness, you blame your innocent partner for always suggesting expensive activities.
Now that you know what these terms are, you may ask why we do them. They are coping mechanisms to help us deal with uncomfortable and unwelcome emotional and mental experiences. The above are examples of maladaptive coping. There are different reasons why we engage in these particular maladaptive coping techniques. They can be a means to avoid shame and damage to the ego-self. Some people are trying to prevent fearful or unpredictable outcomes. For others, it is merely a consequence of trying to block these unwanted thoughts, feelings, or behaviors out of their mind. By deciding not to think about them, our quirky brains focus on them even more. We have all engaged in this type of coping at some point in our lives, they are unconscious mechanisms after all, but a chronic or contentious tendency towards projection and blame can be very damaging to others, our relationships, and our spiritual path.
As I'm sure you can imagine, when someone is projected upon or blamed when they are not guilty of the perceived offense, it can damage their self-esteem and self-worth, if they choose to take it on. Over time, when someone is met with a constant barrage of projection, it can build a toxic shame within them. This toxicity can spill over into all areas of life. This is why it is essential to consider and shape our interactions, our reactions with empathy and compassion.
The truth is, the avoidance of negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors thwart our own healing and spiritual growth. We cannot walk in the light if we don't first acknowledge and accept the dark or shadow components of our past and who we are. If we project that which is undesirable in us onto others, we never get the chance to open it to the light and to correct ourselves. By projecting and blaming, we damage our sense of empowerment, our strength, and our self-worth. We assume the role of victim and, by doing so, we cease striving to surmount our challenges and our traumas so that we can move forward in our lives in a healthy way.
Finally, the path to enlightenment is one of love, love of the self and love of others. When we project and blame, it is a victimization and a rejection of who we really are, there is no room for self-love in this chronic pattern of denying our truth. Also, as mentioned, by casting unwarranted guilt on others, we can do damage to their spirit, which wrongfully impacts their path and their ability to fulfill their purpose, love cannot be sustained in this circumstance, either.
Psychological projection, projective identity, and blame all stem from judgments. Judgements of ourselves that are manifested as judgments projected onto others. The first step in breaking the toxic pattern of maladaptive projective coping is to release judgment. The ego-self is sustained by judgments, when you can observe your thoughts, your feelings, and your behaviors with awareness, and without judgment, you are on the path to negative ego-death and enlightenment.
It is exciting to see a trend in my QHHT practice that many of my clients are beginning to recognize, and to take responsibility for, their own role when they are projecting their own wounds into situations and relationships. As the article states, we all do this from time-to-time, but when it becomes a habit of deflecting the underlying issues, projection can take a very dysfunctional turn.
This trend is showing me that the collective is allowing these underlying wounds to float up to the surface so that we can finally have the opportunity to deal with these shadow parts of ourselves in order to finally make the changes needed and put them to rest.
In love and truth,
Author Lori Lines
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