Adjusting to the Rapidly Changing Realities

There is no doubt that the world is in the midst of rapid change. Change is nothing new. Change is constant. When we look from a historical perspective, our world has changed technologically in the blink of an eye. whether it is transportation, communication, or information and how we access it and manage it, more has occurred in the last 100 years than in all of the previous history of mankind. However, as these technological changes have occurred, we have assimilated those changes rather effortlessly. Think of just computers and their impacts on our daily lives as an example.

However, the changes occurring now are shaking the very core of our societies from a political, economic, and spiritual basis. These changes are shaking the very essence of how we are ruled and how we survive and have for hundreds of years. Those in power are trying their damnedest to tighten their control through economic and political means by using wars and conflicts, by manipulating the economy and yet these tried and true methods of old are beginning to have the opposite effect and response by us collectively. We simply are not “buying in” by having the “predicted response”. We are growing intolerant and indifferent to war, and the political rhetoric that should stir “our nationalism” and “patriotism”.  We are beginning to understand things like we are 9 times more likely to be killed by our local police than by any terrorist. We are beginning to question why our police need to look like paramilitary units, as the recent events in Ferguson Missouri are demonstrating.


So what is going on? What are these changes we are experiencing? Many of us have been consciously aware that there is a fundamental evolution occurring within us as evolving souls or spiritual beings, but we are ALL aware these changes are occurring. So here are some thoughts or “tools”, if you will, to help you grasp and deal with these changes as they unfold. We think they can help both the “awakened” and the “awakening” equally well.

1). Have the realization that you are not simply human, but are an evolving soul. The changes that occurring are opening up avenues of truth and disclosure to allow you once again to be “in touch” with your higher self.

2). Remember it is always NOW. It is of no matter when you awake, because when you do, it will be now.

3). The love of the Creator has no clock. There really is only the illusion of time. The infinite nature of our Creator and us has no need for time.

4). We must and we know we must develop tolerance for one another. Slowly, but surely we are beginning to understand that no matter our race, religion, or what region of the world we come from, we all care for our families and we all are seeking the same things. To allow those who wish to control us to divide us only continues our bondage.

5).  On a personal basis, understand from the perspective of our bodies and our health, we are evolving from a neural awareness to a quantum awareness. What that means is we have the ability to communicate to every cell in our body, and we can be aware of every cell in our bodies. Even medical science is beginning to understand how we can affect our own healing from diseases such as cancer.

6). We must realize that we cannot know what we do not know, but we can prepare ourselves to deal with what we do not know as it reveals itself. This is especially important in the next few years as truths long hidden are going to be revealed. We must have a calm and calibrated response, not driven by anger or revenge.

7). Things are already being revealed that are shocking to us, such as truths about our leaders involvement in such things like pedophilia or 9/11 or corruption. We can not “unknow” the truth, no matter how appalling it may seem.

8). We must be patient as the new reality unfolds. There are millions of us now that are “awake”, but this reality is unfolding in a very orderly and thoughtful manner. Do not want it “forced” into existence.


9). We all need to constantly adjust our attitudes. some of us are old souls who have been caught in the “old paradigm” for several cycles. Some of us are “new souls”. We all are facing adjustments associated with these rapid changes in reality. We must be able to rapidly adapt and adjust how we see the things as they unfold.

10). Understand the explosion of “social networking” is really everyone talking to everyone. When everyone is talking to everyone, there are no secrets or borders, so this is a very good thing and an important tool for us all to expand our understanding of the nature of oneness.

11). There is a recalibration of our physical bodies in the light of the new energies around us, and there are stresses associated with these changes. Embrace them.

12). Finally, expect the unexpected and celebrate it. Celebrate Yourselves!

We hope these thoughts can both stimulate and help us all awaken and create the reality we know as humans we can build. Love Ya!



Consciousness Awareness- Where Are You?

Much is being discussed on the internet concerning ascension, raising vibrations, moving from a 3D to 4D and 5D realities. Lots of talk about raising our vibrations, etc., but what does all of this really mean in practical understandable terms? True, it is important that we make an effort to become better people. It is also true that we must find ways to end the endless wars and provide for the least among us, but in practical terms, what do we do, as individuals, to contribute to this important effort. The spiritual mumble jumble seems a little too far out there for most of us. Meditation is good for our souls, but it hard to measure any effect on the collective consciousness.


The answer may be simpler than you may think, it is simply expanding our awareness of our surroundings and actively participate in making the changes that are required.  That starts with raising our consciousness. Consciousness has been defined loosely as a constellation of attributes of mind such as subjectivity, self-awareness, sentience, and the ability to perceive a relationship between oneself and one’s environment.

The progress toward the attainment of higher consciousness can be derived through the research of David Hawkins, in Power vs. Force, through a concept he calls ‘consciousness frequencies’. The consciousness frequency of humanity underwent a major shift around the Harmonic Convergence in 1987, and again surrounding the events of September 11, 2001.

According to Dr. Hawkins’ research, the scale of consciousness frequencies runs from 0-1000, with a turning point around 200, where we move from self-destructive to life-enhancing experiences. At the bottom of the scale is shame, progressing up through apathy, grief, and fear, to anger, pride, and finally, at level 200, to courage. Above this line, beginning with courage, it progresses up to neutrality, acceptance, reason, then further up to love, joy, peace, and finally reaching level 700 embarks on the various states of enlightenment. The journey up this scale is representative of our individual spiritual evolution.

According to Dr. Hawkins’ system the average human consciousness on the planet right now is just below 200, yet the collective human consciousness is above this line. This paradox is due to the fact that the people vibrating at a much higher level of consciousness along this scale helps to counterbalance the majority of others vibrating below 200.

The scale advances logarithmically. For instance, one person vibrating at love, which is 500 on the scale, counterbalances 750,000 individuals below the line, while one enlightened person at 700 counterbalances 70 million others below the line!


Shame (20) – Just a step above death, this is the consciousness level of one contemplating suicide or thoughts of death. This level can be thought of as self-directed hatred.

Guilt (30) – This is a step above shame, yet perhaps still having thoughts of suicide. Thinking of oneself as a sinner, and unable to forgive oneself for past transgressions.

Apathy (50) – Feeling hopeless or victimized; the state of learned helplessness. Many homeless people are trapped here.

Grief (75) – A state of perpetual sadness, loss and depression. One might drop down here after losing a loved one.

Fear (100) – Seeing the world as dangerous and unsafe; paranoia. There is an urgent need to want to rise above this level, or else remain trapped for a long time, such as in an abusive relationship.

Desire (125) – Not to be confused with setting and achieving goals, this is the level of addictive desire, craving, and lust- for money, approval, power, and fame. Other examples include consumerism, materialism, excessive smoking, drinking, and drug abuse.

Anger (150) – The level of strong hate and frustration, often from not having one’s desires met at the lower level. This level can spur one to action at higher levels, or it can keep one stuck in hatred. In an abusive relationship, there’s often an angry person coupled with a fear person.

Pride (175) – The first level where one start to feel good, but it’s a false feeling. It’s dependent on external circumstances (money, prestige, etc), so it’s vulnerable. Yet pride can lead to nationalism, racism, and religious wars. This is often a state of irrational denial and defensiveness; religious fundamentalism is an example of this level. A person becomes so closely enmeshed in their beliefs that they see an attack on their beliefs as an attack on themselves.


Courage (200) – The first level of true strength. This is where one starts to see life as challenging and exciting instead of overwhelming. This level promotes interest in personal growth, such as skill-building, career advancement, and further education. Here a person starts to see their future as an improvement upon their past, rather than a continuation of the same.

Neutrality (250) – This level is epitomized by the phrase, “live and let live.” It’s flexible, relaxed, and unattached. Whatever happens, there is no need to have anything to prove. One feels safe and easily relating with other people. This is a very comfortable place sometimes promoting a level of complacency and laziness. Here a person is taking care of their needs, but won’t push too hard.

Willingness (310) – At this level a persona is safe and comfortable, and can start using their energy more effectively. One begins to take action and thinks about time management, productivity, and getting organized, things that weren’t so important at the level of neutrality. This is the level where the development of willpower and self-discipline becomes important. This is the point where one consciousness becomes more organized and disciplined.

Acceptance (350) – This is the level where a powerful shift happens, and one awakens to the possibilities of living proactively. At the level of willingness one becomes competent, and now their abilities are multiplied to good use. This is the level of setting and achieving goals. This level drives many people to switch careers, start a new business, or change their lifestyle.

Reason (400) – At this level one transcends the emotional aspects of the lower levels and begins to think clearly, rationally, and start making meaningful contributions. Hawkins defines this as the level of medicine and science. At the very high end, this is the level of Einstein and Freud.


Love (500) – Unconditional love, a permanent understanding of one’s connectedness with all that exists, a deep sense of compassion. At the level of reason, one is living in service to the mind. At the level of love, one now places their mind and all your other talents and abilities in service to one’s heart. This is the level of awakening to one’s true purpose. All motives at this level are pure and uncorrupted by the desires of the ego. This is the level of lifetime service to humanity and beginning to feel as being guided by a force greater than oneself. Examples are Gandhi, Mother Teresa, and Dr. Albert Schweitzer. Hawkins claims this level is reached only by 1 in 250 people during their entire lifetimes.


Joy (540) – This is the ultimate state of pervasive, unshakable happiness. Eckhart Tolle describes this state in The Power of Now. This is the level of saints and advanced spiritual teachers. Just being around people at this level makes one feel incredible. At this level life is fully guided by synchronicity and intuition. There’s no more need to set goals and make detailed plans — the expansion of your consciousness allows one to operate at a much higher level.

Peace (600) – Supreme transcendence. Hawkins claims this level is reached only by one person in 10 million.

Enlightenment (700-1000) – The highest level of human consciousness, where humanity blends with divinity. Extremely rare. The level of Krishna, Buddha, and Jesus. Even to just think and study about people at this level can raise one’s consciousness.

So there you have it. Do the self assessment and determine where you are on the scale. Just by reading this you already are more enlightened than before you read it. At least now you can construct clear goals and actually and practically measure your personal progress. It really is simple. Life was never meant to be complicated. Good luck and thank you for being interested in all of us.