Today’s Prayer to Passage will be from the book “No Future Without Forgiveness” by Desmond Tutu.

Today I pray, “Dear God, Are we, humanity, experiencing our adolescence? Is this the polarity, which gives rise to higher collective consciousness, higher vibration? Is this a collective physical perspective of growing up toward the eyes of You, Source? Amen.”

Following my prayer, I held the closed book in my hands and opened it to reveal this passage:

“How do you convey that sense of freedom that tasted like sweet nectar for the first time? How do you explain it to someone who was born into freedom? It is impossible to convey. It is ineffable, like trying perhaps to describe the color red to a person born blind. It is a feeling that makes you want to cry and laugh at the same time, to dance with joy, and yet fearful that it was too good to be true and that it just might all evaporate.”

Now is the time in the human conscious collective that we may choose the sweet nectar awakening. This is the timeline for this to take place. Humanity is in alignment with this. Some will choose it. Some will remain with a conscious awakening in the realm of possibility. It is in the possibility that we may recognize the contrast as a forgiveness. And through the forgiveness there is a state of trust and love.

This state of trust and love, this state of forgiveness, is what those of us who are choosing to awaken may give as a way to honor the shift. Meditation is a great place to start. And mass meditation can shift the collective consciousness at high percentages. The human conscious collective is free from mass cognitive dissonance in this forgiveness state of allowing for awakening to happen at its own natural pace. The awakened are coming forth subtlety, and this is completely acceptable.


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