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Hey loved ones,

The energy portal of 11.11.11 brought miraculous changes to the Earth! It may not be visible to everyone just yet, but some experienced mind-blowing and life changing events on Friday. I know I did.

The light is even brighter now as our physical bodies adjust to the changes and our light bodies grow. There is a shift in the air as we have stepped onto a new path and have altered the course of one of our alternate futures. Now it is time to really step up and work hard to create it! We have all the tools we need to accomplish great change in our own lives, the lives of those we love, and all of humanity. All we need now is to engage our imagination. If you could create a perfect world, what would it look like?

For those who are new at this, let’s open up a discussion on what the future will be like. Dream big! Then think for a moment and dream bigger!

Let’s start with something simple. Think about your job, your career. Do you love it? Are you passionate about what you do every day? Do you feel energized and fulfilled by your accomplishments? If yes, then great! You are on your way to your perfect life. If no, then think, why do you need a job? Why do you choose to be miserable day in and day out when there are so many opportunities out there if you just believe? I know why. A job, no matter how bad, provides some sense of security – financial security. This seems to mean that the sole purpose of your job is to earn money for survival: to buy food, water, shelter, transportation, and also to spend it on material things that you want, but don’t actually need (and most of the time never use). So would you need a job if those things were already provided for you? What if you knew that you will have food on your table every day, a roof over your head, clothes, a car, and all those little trinkets we are so fond off? What if your security lay in the knowledge that tomorrow everything would be taken care off?

That is absolutely possible. When we trust in our God’s plan for us, he provides. Sometimes it’s in mysterious ways like finding $40 on the sidewalk, or accidently walking into a campus even with free food, or stumbling upon a job opportunity that screams your name and actually nailing the interview. If we believe, every day won’t be such a struggle. We must change the way we think every second! Let go of the negative ego, of the “I want” mentality, and focus on how your present and future already are (refer to The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.)

Let’s delve a little deeper. Why do you need a house? Why do you need food? Why do you need transportation?

What if the weather was always so perfect that we didn’t need houses to protect us from the cold? What if the tree canopies were so large, they would keep us dry during rainstorms. What if we could create our own homes out of energy, enveloping ourselves in a bubble of protection and safety, working in harmony with Mother Earth wherever we were?

What if our energetic vibration was so high, that we could feed off the energy of the sun, the energy of heaven and God? What if food was just a pleasure that we could have, but didn’t need to sustain ourselves on a daily basis like we do now? What if there were crystal clear ponds and streams everywhere so we could walk within the beauty of nature and feast on its wonder, drink from its streams and eat it’s fruit without worrying about pesticides or pollution or bacteria?

Why is it, especially in the developed countries, we slave away at work just to buy a car to transport us to and from that said place of work? We spend so much time trying to figure out how to get from place to place, how long it will take, how much it will cost. Isn’t teleporting a way easier solution? This is probably where I lose my last few readers. But wait! Remember, I said dream bigger! Think back to all those fairy tales and magical/sci-fi books you read as a kid, where these things weren’t just possible, but actually true. Where do you think people came up with these ideas in the first place? On our process of ascension, we climb into higher and higher energetic vibrations and as our light bodies hold more light, we become less dense. So why not dream of a future where distance is no longer an issue?

What about communication? We all know that sometimes words can’t express what we feel, what we want to convey, what we think. So then why not rise up and speak through our thoughts. Yes, it takes discipline, control, enlightenment, but we have so many light beings assisting us on our journey that becoming proficient at telepathy is something that many can achieve (and some already have.)

If you can imagine such a world, it will come into existence. If you take the time to focus and control your mind to only think of the positive. Become the best optimist that ever lived. Just think, in such a world, what the heck would be the point of lying, cheating, and stealing?

This is what 11.11.11 is all about. The path to ascension is leading us to Heaven on Earth, to 1000 years of peace. We are at the beginning of this wonderful journey together.

Anything is possible!

In love and light,

Ms. Cleverclocks

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Today I am thinking about kindness. How do we as the human race view it? Is it letting someone cut the line in front of you when they’re late for work? Or donating money to a popular and positively influential Christian radio station? Is it picking up $40 of off someone’s porch and simply sliding the money into their mail slot? Or giving up your seat to an old woman on the bus?

My father has always said, kindness is never (or rarely) returned with kindness while evil is always returned three-fold. (I don’t mean karma) So it’s logical to avoid evil deeds in fear that it will come back to haunt you.  But then is there any incentive for us to be kind if we get nothing in return?

Isn’t the amazing thing about pure kindness is that it is unconditional? To show kindness just for the sake of doing it can be liberating… even magical. It should make us feel good, and for most of us it does – but that is a condition in itself. So is unconditional kindness then reserved for God only, who does everything unconditionally? Or can people truly and fully embrace love and give it back to the world…. just because?

I know we can!

I first heard the following song on KLove Radio. It’s so uplifting and lighthearted and funny, but also carries a deep message. Life should be kind and lighthearted and we have to remember not to focus on the little things that upset us in daily life. I try to remember this song every time I’m stuck in traffic or someone cuts me off. (Instead of honking or shaking my fist at the other person.) I take a deep breath and remember that I must be learning something from this if God has sent it my way. We are all beings of light – souls – and we can choose to live in kindness and love for others.

The song reminds me that there are things much bigger than me. We all have a purpose and remembering the big picture when the annoying details get in the way is extremely important.

I believe this awareness starts with kindness.

 

 

I though this would be the appropriate time to post my favorite What is…? It was difficult to articulate exactly how I understand God to be, and some of the most simple phrases I used actually came from my Father. He has a true gift of storytelling and teaching and can make the most complicated idea become the easiest thing to understand. This isn’t to say that this is exactly what he thinks, or that everything in this post came from him, but he did help me put some of my beliefs into words.

What is God?

Our faith in God is constantly tested throughout each lifetime. This doubt is a product of free will – the ability to think for ourselves and explore all the possibilities of the universe. I was only tested once in my short twenty-two years. This test came in the form of a written idea from a man named Robert Monroe. His first book Journeys Out of the Body is about his personal out-of-body experiences, written in a scientifically inclined way (although there is little science that connects to this phenomenon.) Monroe found a way to approach it by using the scientific method, conducting surveys, and even testing physical responses in a lab. His skepticism, awe, and uncertainty really made this mystical phenomenon seem logical and above all, believable. His second book Far Journeys, which was written fifty years after he discovered his new ‘talent’, has a very different approach.

No longer a skeptic, Monroe’s experiences border science fiction and even I had trouble discerning whether his experiences were true or made up. Yet with the solid foundation he built in his first book I had to believe he wasn’t crazy, which is where my test of faith came in. The basic event that he documents in his book was the interaction with a being that was outside of our planet, an “alien” who happened to have visited Earth on a certain “field trip,” and that outsider perspective brought the knowledge that life on Earth was created by some super being who needed to somehow come up with a way to cultivate more love to sustain the universe. It degraded the human existence to an experiment in which some greater puppeteer created people to be unsuspecting ants, naïve of our true purpose and how little we really meant on our insignificant planet. It was such a simple and ordinary way to describe our existence that it made me question whether our God, my God, was actually a “god” at all.

From the human, “internal” perspective we have of course retained the ethnocentric view that we are these special being that God took billions of years to create. In Christianity, we view His relationship with Adam and Even as that of a father and his children. We believe that God is this supreme, pure being that took great care to place us in a paradise on Earth, although our two main ancestors destroyed that pretty quickly. Yet all those religious texts still talk about God speaking to ordinary humans, commanding them to obey his wishes, easing their pain and suffering, teaching them about love. So is God really just some humanoid that can be measured and seen by other energy forms in the spirit world beyond our solar system?

I struggled with this new concept for months before I realized how this personified “God” fit into the universe. We are born to understand certain hierarchies to help us put things and beings in place. The head of the table, the chief executive in a company, the president of a country, the Pope in the Catholic Church are all within our grasp of understanding who is in charge of what. This “God” that wasn’t a God, but a sort of scientist who needed a place to create a substance (love) was in fact portrayed as the guy above us who was “in charge.”

The realization that has been brought to my attention, albeit Monroe’s encounter with this information was real and true or not, is that despite my every attempt to not bring God down to our human level, I still could not fully grasp what or who he is. It is possible that we weren’t directly created by the omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent God who is the true Source and Creator, but the main point is that God, the True God, is all those things.

God is outside of the reasonable and logical creationism that is often assigned to Him. People need to measure things to fully understand them yet God’s purpose is not to be understood. He is outside of the realms of our universe, mainly because he is the one who created it. Just like there may be some “scientist” or spiritual entity or Angel that created human beings, there is someone who created that Angel and then someone or something that created that creator. The logical inference then is that there is some all-powerful being that has created everything. God is the ultimate Creator – the Source of all that is, but he is not confined to that hierarchical system that we seem to assign everything to. He is outside and within everything. He simply is. He did not come from anything or anywhere yet He stretches across everywhere, every-when, and everything. He is not actually a “he” or “she” or “it.” We use those terms due to language constraints only.

It is impossible to explain God. He is immaterial while we are material. It is impossible for the material to understand the immaterial. He is the ultimate Creator, outside the framework and structure of existence and although we feel His presence and see His traits throughout our system, we cannot explain Him. It is important to note that being outside the “system,” God is also outside of space and time. The constraints that are put upon human kind and even the rest of the universes do not apply to God. Time is only a characteristic of matter – it is the speed of one piece of matter relative to another and without time there is no Space, because there is no measurable distinction between one place and another. So if God is outside of this sphere of reality, how do we know He exists or what He is?

God created us in his likeness meaning that along with free will he gave us the power to create. This creativity is a trait that we can attribute to God that helps us grasp a small inference about who and what He is. Yet just as we create a painting, the characters that we paint on the canvas cannot understand us (presuming they have thoughts.) We are not within the painting yet we are its creators. The interesting part about this painting though, is that our essence, characteristics, and traits can still be shown: our use of color, brush strokes, placement of details all reflect who we are – our identity. God is reflected in our life through his traits and characteristics too. He shows himself in love, forgiveness, empathy. He shows himself through our jealousies and our conscience. We can see hints of him only through reflections like glimpses of light in a house of mirrors.

Our souls are the material counterparts that help us to communicate with Him. The soul is not physical, but it is still matter. We cannot touch the codes within a computer system, but we know they’re there whizzing through cyberspace. Like a computer code our soul is a piece of our solar system’s information field. The Akashi Records are considered to be the spiritual library where every soul’s actions, words, thoughts, feelings, ideas, etc. are stored (before, during, and after what we might consider the human experience or maybe even the periods before birth and death.) Our soul obviously carries our identity within itself and is our connection to the Holy Spirit and to the Almighty God. God is all-knowing and all-powerful and infinite and because of those traits he can and does communicate with us on a personal level. Each of us have our own personal “God” who is personified to suite our needs. In those ways he is our true Father and to some, the religious figure that they rely on.

Another example of this personification is Jesus Christ. How can the immaterial ever truly connect with the material as to be understood and grasped, like a flat, two-dimensional square can understand a three-dimensional sphere without leaving its two-dimensional world? God took the human likeness of Christ so that he could show people how to live in his likeness. Although free will is something that lets us have our own opinions (even towards or against our own Father), it is still within His world that we have this. It brings up a question of whether free will is truly free, if it was always within God’s plan for us to have it. Yet in his likeness in Christ he gave us a chance to understand more of his traits and characteristics. Christ, like any human being could not explain God or show us the true nature of God, but he did show that reflection of how we can better live in our Creator’s likeness. It does not mean that our “bad” choices are actually bad and that Adam and Eve’s original sin was evil or wrong, but the path of love that Jesus showed humanity is one worth pursuing.

In the end, God is love and love is God. Monroe’s encounter with information that came from outside of our solar system may have undermined the magnificent story of planet Earth and we really are just producers of “love” like bees producing honey. But to bees, isn’t honey the most amazing thing? And it’s hard to argue that for humanity, love is anything but the most amazing thing. The way love makes us feel, how it binds us together and brings joy to all those around us is truly a magical phenomenon. Its existence and lack of existence within our lives drives and motivates us towards our actions. When we are in love, it makes us want to do more great things, to give back, to forgive more easily. When we’re missing love it makes us sad, angry, jealous, and it can lead us to things that are inhumane and evil. All we need to take away from our meager recognition of God is that love is the most powerful and intense state of mind that humanity can experience. Despite our belief or non-belief in God we all know that love does exist because every person feels it in some way or form. Love is the part of God that is fully embedded within our system, while everything else about Him is outside of it.

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