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Do Not Pass Go

You are advancing away from the old paradigm, the lesser conditions, and the archaic models for a human existence. You can’t bring along your beat-up luggage that can’t even materialize in a different dimension–it won’t even be able to get through the doorway–for this energetic transition requires next level acceptance, integration, appreciation, love, and surrender.

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Slippery

The more you move into and exist from within the energies of surrender, acceptance, appreciation and gratitude, the less those clingy, sticky, life-sucking energies can stay with you, attach to you, and have any sort of influence over you. You become slippery and unattainable to those harsh, vampiric, negative, spiny urchins of malevolence and you regain your creative resources.

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Human, Present

It’s not always easy being a human in this world. It’s always changing, and there is a lot of damage (psychic, physical, karmic, spiritual), with generations of unbalanced energies to process and recapitulate. All this complexity, unfortunately, expresses itself in how humans treat themselves, other humans, and the earth—thus creating cycles of trauma.

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Solvitur Ambulando

Your path was meant to test you—to make, break, twist, disorient, disintegrate and remake you. Who else but you could design something so intricate, maddening, and unique? There’s nowhere in the universe you would be able do what you can do here, now.

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Afraid of Fire

In today’s convoluted arena of human experience, most worldly concerns can be reduced to one simple question: who stands to profit?

The war machine trudges on, as the military industry seems always to need more weapons. Big Pharma continues to work on both the cause and effect sides (both profitable) of human physical, psychological, and psychosomatic experiences. They have the biggest advertising budgets, though likely comparable to the oil cartels, and thus concurrently control a lot of airwaves and global media narratives.

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