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Things are getting complicated.

We know we're on the right path. We get it.

We know that our connection with God is not in a distant Heaven locked behind gates of theological correctness, nor the end-result of a performance-driven ascension through dimensions of increasing purity and mastery.

We remember that we are free to know God independent of structures we’ve been born into or raised through.

We know Love is the Truth and the Truth is Love, and day by day we’re getting better at discerning what’s not.

We know we have the spiritual worth and authority to be who we are and worship the way we do, and we seem different from the world by our choice to live authentically.

We follow the heart, dissolving generational highways and opening curious new paths far beyond the borders of the expectations we were born into.

We remember that every manifest thing is part of one unified field, and that our mind, energy and actions are authorized to heal things of the natural world, like our bodies and rivers.

What’s more, we’ve chosen to be someone equipped and poised to act for Love when it matters, dedicating our lives and vocations to serve our human family and a shared vision for a brighter tomorrow.

𝗕𝘂𝘁 𝘁𝗵𝗶𝗻𝗴𝘀 𝗮𝗿𝗲 𝗴𝗲𝘁𝘁𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗰𝗼𝗺𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗰𝗮𝘁𝗲𝗱. Our well-developed spiritual stance feels a little wobbly.

How do we abide in inner peace when the world seems like a rapidly unfolding catastrophe?

We want to stay positive and high-vibe, but for the first time in history our collective consciousness has instant access to daily news of the very worst of human behavior, all over the world.

We want to be healthy, but every morsel of food comes with a list of potential contaminants, pathogens and negative effects on some part of the body.

We want to be righteous, but every core value seems to conflict with another even though we know the Truth must transcend our human ideals.

We want to take action and stand for what’s right, but with so many urgent causes we feel overwhelmed, guilty and helpless.

We want to surrender and trust the flow of intuition, but we are always in the presence of a trillion dopamine-addictions that hijack our decision-making and steer us into vanity, indulgence and judgment.

We want to keep our emotions balanced and our chakras clear, but we’re constantly soaking up all sorts of scrambled frequencies from chemtrails to solar flares and the neighbor’s disgusting mood, and for all our good inner hygiene practices we can’t fully discharge the stress.

We want to feel sovereign and be free to live, but we can’t help getting triggered by “them”.

We want to feel like we’re all divinely One, but we can’t help being a bunch of humans.

Locked in an endless equation of constantly weighing one probability against another, we keep losing the Truth somewhere in a sandstorm of conflicting data. Out there is the ferocious desert of vast dunes constantly shifting shape under battling storms of fact particles. Maybe any attempt to create something beautiful is as naive as setting out with a bucket and spade to build a little castle in the ever-storming desert.

But in the midst of this eternal sand storm there is also an oasis, luscious with life.

A river leads from an unknown source to a great, sparkling pond in The Oasis.

Here wild roses bloom, dragonflies whizz and little frogs hide under lily pads whenever the herons arrive.

There is a path leading from the pond to a bridge, and this bridge leads to an alabaster cathedral with stained glass windows projecting infinite colors and stories of meaningful moments.

You are in The Oasis.

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