We chose this life…

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Respond to the hand you were dealt, and come back with a better one. Or wake up at the end of the show and move on somewhere else.

I have a written so much about the nonsense that our lives are determined by our genes. If you remain unconvinced all I have is two words for you. Bruce and Lipton.

Our lives are determined by how we respond to our internal and subsequently external environment. Our first seven years are critical. We will be carrying a mixture of “good” and “bad” cellular memories from our ancestral line and God knows what from our past lives. Going a bit deeper we have our soul contracts, made in agreement with our soul group prior to incarnation. Free will offers us choice points, some significant, some trivial.

We have the people who enter our lives for a reason (bastards!), season or a lifetime.

How well did we choose our parents?

You may have heard the old cliché used by psychopaths to justify the killing of innocent people? “Kill them all, and let God sort them out.”

So we observe people doing unspeakable things and we may at best understand their actions or at worst justify them if they had a particularly traumatic childhood. Wouldn’t it be interesting to factor in cellular memory and past lives?

Again I have written before about the reincarnation scam. That is when we “pass” we go to a place (Nosso Lar) and unthinkingly plan our next incarnation as if we had no choice in the matter. We can choose, and I’m suggesting you choose to go somewhere else, unless you are committed to helping the world transform.

Changes things doesn’t it?

By rejecting the mainstream “leopards can’t change their spots” mantra it behoves us to look elsewhere for an explanation. I know many who read this will have spent a long time swimming against the tide and you have both my sympathy and empathy. Pause for a statement of the bleeding obvious. If you are awake, as opposed to the manufactured, manipulative and hellish “woke” bullshit hitting these shores like a tsunami, then you truly have no choice but to stand with the awakened.

Today we are engaged in a war of consciousness. Climate change, fake news, conspiracy theories, identity politics and technological hegemony. I’m sure I’ve missed at least a dozen other processes which are toxic to a loving paradigm. In the end it defaults to retaining our connection to the Divine and our immersion, at a cellular level, in unconditional love.

No one ever said it was easy but the alternative is unthinkable.

Namaste, Jack Stewart, September 26, 2019.

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