When you truly open your hearts all that is unloving falls out.

Jesus through John

Jesus Audio Blog for Tuesday May 30th.
Humanity’s awakening process continues to accelerate, and for many this is very unsettling, even disturbing.  The pace of technological change worldwide has increased enormously over the last one hundred and fifty years, and is continuing to do so in an exponential curve, and again, many are wondering how long this can continue and how people will be able to cope with it.  You have experts in various fields who are very knowledgeable, but most people have practically no understanding of how modern technology works, but everyone understands that if your electric grids break down almost all of your modern technology ceases to function, and that is a very worrying thought.

Will humanity be thrown back into the dark ages when all “technology” was hand-driven?  How could you survive such an eventuality?  Is the collapse of the illusion going to be an enormous step…

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You have become so accustomed to your severely limiting life as a human that it seems normal.

Johnsmallman's Blog

Saul Audio Blog for Friday May 26th

Humanity’s awakening process appears very strange to many who are just now becoming aware that they are spiritual beings having a very temporary human experience.  As they feel the nudge or hear the call to attend to their inner life, their spiritual life, having given it very little of their time or attention so far, it seems a little threatening and rather demanding.  New interests or occupations often appear a little threatening to humans because they have become accustomed to following a regular routine that works for them and they do not like to change it, and new interests or new occupations always demand change.  If sought they can be exciting and energizing, but if it seems that they are being imposed upon them they resist quite strongly.  With the latter scenario they often go into denial and refuse to address the subject…

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