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Broken hearts and going a little dark

If love and the expression of love in connection with others puts us, and keeps us on a natural high, then surely the extraction from this connection can equate to the experience of withdrawal from the source of that connection to love, and the embodiment of that love.

What makes the spirit resonate towards the darkness when in heartbreak? When we sit inside our darkness and we are not in a space mentally, emotionally or physically to generate that light source through the heart, it becomes a space of apathy and resignation, because there is not enough will to kick start the motor. For whatever reason, we are beyond “switching it back on”.

If love and the connection to source, through heart space which can be generated through intimacy and love with another, can bring someone “back to life” from years of apathy, jadedness to love or distrust and lack of faith in it, then the “drop off” after the relationship is gone can put one right back where they were before, back to the dark, and back to the apathy, because the break up can be read as the proof of all the belief systems and emotional responses that kept that person in the dark for whatever time period previous. The “let down” reinforces the jadedness and the dark is familiar

“Hello darkness my old friend.”

Which mode of operation then becomes a familiar outlet for the containment of that darkness? Which addiction? Which distraction? What do we begin to avoid? Where do we shut the windows so too much light doesn’t come in? And at what point did we hit that wall without realizing it? Where pain became too great and there was no outlet to express or transmute it. And therefore the light either switched off or someone turned the dimmer down. For those without the reference points of how to process and move beyond their pain, a broken heart can be the excuse and the driving force to make sure one is always looking outward and stops looking inward.

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So we decide consciously or unconsciously to indulge our broken heart. To indulge our beliefs and therefore our responses to those beliefs that move us towards our darkness and the darkening of our state in different ways. If we’ve been playing this cycle since childhood, we’ll already have an idea of how we like to express our darkness. If we’re not channeling our energy towards creation then more likely we’re moving it towards destruction or a form of contained anarchy in defiance of the absence of love and our love. Positive creative expression becomes pained because it requires an acknowledgement of heart energy and if we’re not willing to go there then our creative energy is exercised for more base indulgence and lower energetic payoff through either the sacral / heart (physical indulgence / emotional compensation) or the third eye (non physical indulgence / escaping realities) .

Depending on whether we prefer to dull our creative energy through physical or non physical indulgence we will then tend to attract others who express their creative energies in similar ways and reinforce each other’s behavior patterns. There is no external reference to “tow the line” or be the example of the desire to raise creative energy back into the heart space. People in this cycle prefer to be around those like minded individuals, where acknowledgement of brokenness is not required, and the denial is protected. The escape behavior is shared and we have a “partner in crime”. Allowing for none in the group to have to recognize their behavior or be called out on it. Denial becomes the great enabler.

The length of time we choose to remain in the darkness can be equated to how much damage has been inflicted on us. If the darkness is the cave we return to where we don’t allow distraction to block us from the acknowledgement of the recovery we are in, then we have the opportunity to use our time in darkness well, for our full benefit, taking our time to process the damage taken as we slowly readjust to taking in more light again. In this sense we can use the darkness we put ourselves in to heal before reemergence.

The problem however, lies in the lack of inclination to come out the other side. The avoidance of process, and the blocks mentally, emotionally and spiritually from the willingness to reach deeper levels. This could also be equivalent to captivity in the underworld. If we sink into apathy it requires greater will to pull ourselves up out of it, and the remembrance that we weren’t waiting for someone else to do the rescuing. The longer we remain in the apathy of the darkness, the more cemented our belief system becomes around our inability to get back out of the dark again. The belief that “it’s too late” can begin to set. With a host of other beliefs built around a framework of despair.

Ultimately the reasoning that drives us to switch the light back on is will. Will requires a degree of faith. That argument can appease the mind that will seek purpose and a valid point to come out of the dark in its existential crisis. The mind needs something, a strong enough point, to be willing to move back into the light when it knows it’s gonna sting a little, when it knows the emotional body will work through catharsis with the reintroduction of the light. Will power is not enough to run by mental strength alone, but a handing over to a greater belief, trust and reason for living. This then transmutes back into will to live, willingness to heal, willingness to continue, willingness to grow, willingness to evolve, willingness to ascend, willingness to transmute the darkness of the original victim wounds. And that will comes from a willingness to trust the healing that comes from love and that a source of love is still available, post the disconnection from a relationship. That the love can be found again and connected to in many other ways, and not in the fear of losing it again, but the trust that we are always receiving it if we are willing to feel into that reception in the heart space. Regardless of whether or not another individual is there to give it directly from them to us.

 

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Maurice Katting is a Massage Therapist, Reiki Practitioner and Shamanic Healer based in Melbourne, Australia

You can connect with him at http://thedisconnecthealingspace.com

Selling your soul for dummies

Envy and the lack of appreciation for what currently exists in the world, will always drop our resonance and vibration. An insatiable desire for gain or the accumulation of access, without gratitude for what currently exists, coupled with doubt and the lack of faith in our abundance, gifts and blessings, can be a recipe for opening a vortex to demonic energy, entities and satanic control. Too often we’ve seen this in those souls who’ve had the potential to hold the most light.

Those in moments of weakness will call in the forces that exist in the shadow to lure with gain, gratis and access, but it always will come at a hidden cost when it is done in this fashion. When there is a lack of belief in the ability to manifest and create through integrity and a lack of confidence or patience to understand this lesson, one could be given access to everything in an instant, but at what cost?

The problem with signing these kinds of contracts is if there is no time for pause or reflection, the deal will be made without conscious understanding of what the exchange was, how much impact it will have, and if it can ever be broken? And if this contract can be broken, then what will again be the cost to get out of the contract?

The house always wins

Envy is a sickness, often tied with heartache and negative thinking. It creates a hole in the auric field that desperately seeks out the external to fill the gap. Without the understanding that the medicine is renewed gratitude and appreciation, a deal can be so easily made in the dark and often without our conscious awareness. By then it’s too late, and the correction and the overview of the situation is then required to redeem oneself, as well as a payment of energy in one form or another in order for a soul to “do it’s time” and truly experience the loss and fall from grace to understand the cost of choosing to sign the contract.

These are shadow lessons which are important steps in our evolution. To have temptation and envy show up again in our world gives us the opportunity to see where there is weakness in the spirit, weakness in the mind, weakness in our will, weakness in our self love, weakness in our self appreciation. It shows us where there is a lack of acceptance, a lack of grace, a lack of humility, a lack of appreciation for others and all life forms, a lack of appreciation to the creator and the opportunity to be here and to be in service to others. To raise others up with kindness, compassion and faith. It is shortsighted vision, with a focus on what one is not seeing in their field and therefore unable to appreciate what is within it.

“Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace and gratitude”

– Denis Waitley

To break the contract is to understand why you needed it in the first place, then to raise your energy back up to a point where there is no longer a dependency on the exchange that was made.

 

 

 

Survival trauma and the creation of codependency

Often this can stem from the manipulation of survival to develop compliance

As an infant:

– Do as I say or I’m leaving you in the parking lot.

– Or if you don’t do what I tell you I will withhold my love and care from you.

-Physical violence or sexual abuse to silence and control, through fear guilt or shame

With friendships:

-If you don’t do what I want you to, I’m going to ignore you and turn others against you. (Mean girls)

-Hazing or abusive initiation for inclusion in the group.

In religion:

-accept xxx as your savior or perish in hell/ reincarnate as a goat

In education:

-study, work hard and follow this path in order for your future to be guaranteed

-Question authority and speak up and be shamed in front of the group

In our identity:

-hiding sexuality for fear of being ostracized,

-not sharing creative / vulnerable expression for fear of public shaming and exclusion.

In relationships:

-be who I want you to be or I’m leaving you or losing interest in you

The original trauma/s create a passivity whereby questioning the dominant figure is negated for survival and it’s easy to hold blame and resentment as opposed to the fear of losing the connection and being abandoned by opposing (guilt/shame). In the original trauma the seed of control is planted by threatening our very foundations (physical survival and nurturing ). We will then most likely experience a repeating of this original trauma in different aspects in our lives. The belief becomes “survival is based on some degree of compliance or compromise of self”

This fear survival perspective is also the control which keeps us trapped in 3rd dimensional reality. (Governments, media, on & on)

 

 

 

Further thoughts on blame, codependency and the need for anger as protection

Any codependent relationship has the potential for both parties to become conscious of their invested need in the dynamic that has played out. Blame occurs within codependency when either or both parties recognizes the aspects of self not being fulfilled through the dynamic and the exchange / intertwined communication in the relationship. Eventually ended when at least one side decides to move on, either replacing the dynamics required in the codependency in another relationship, or becoming conscious of what cannot be fulfilled or completed by the other party.

When a codependent relationship has formed that is akin to abuse, either via physical, mental, emotional, sexual abuse/violence, or the disempowerment of one individual through manipulations of shame, guilt, fear or control, a recovery process is needed in order for that individual to restore a sense of identity outside of the dynamic. If a level of brainwashing has occurred, where one individual cannot see the damage / dominance inflicted on them by their codependent “abuser” (I put in quotation here, abuser a strong word, and yet relative to the first hand experience of the abused) a waking up and reprogramming can occur, where with sufficient time outside and free from the relationship the “abused” (again relative to the type of relationship, its gravity and whether there is a sense of danger physical or otherwise) can begin to see the abuse for what it is, without bypassing or justifying the other parties behavior or needing to empathize with the other party. This again draws somewhat of a parallel to Stockholm syndrome.

With the desire of an individual at soul level to evolve and discover self beyond the limitation incurred from the co-dependence, an unraveling can occur where the sting of outrage at the injustice experienced by the abused, if their psyche is ready to acknowledge and process it, begins to kick in. With the allowance of time for it to unravel, they can see the deeper levels of the dynamic of abuse in the relationship, and how it was carried out. They begin to see the truth of the dynamic, both of what was experienced, where lines were crossed and also what the pay off was for them in staying in the relationship as long as they had.

In the midst of this awakening to the injustice experienced, anger is a crucial reminder and acknowledgement for self to truly acknowledge the danger and damage of this type of relationship in the way it has the potential to distort self and limit growth and expansion. The containment previously experienced in the relationship has to feel repulsive or become so, in order for the individual to move out of empathy and not be drawn back in by the old manipulations & dependency of their abuser, which would have before allowed them to continue to justify and mentally or emotionally bypass the behaviors of their abuser, for example guilt for questioning their abusers actions, or unquestioning loyalty overriding discernment of their codependent’s intentions.

The activation of anger and blame helps the individual to draw a line in the sand and recognize where and how the violation had occurred. It is needed also in their state of vulnerability to keep them safe, in being conscious of what they then attract or choose to co-create with other individuals. The abuser in the dynamic that they “escaped” from, needs in the abused’s psyche to remain “the bad guy” in order for a sense of self to rebuild without their confidence being broken down again by guilt, shame, violence or any other type of manipulation/ distortion.

Holding onto this blame and resentment, however, can last years, if not a lifetime, because the next phase requires even deeper integration where the individual assesses and recognizes how the anger and resentment has served them as a form of protection, but they are now entering a period of transition where they are strong enough in their energy (and perhaps have had enough life experience away from the original codependent relationship) to no longer require the other individual to be held accountable in their mind / psyche via blame, anger or resentment. The soul is yearning to move towards true forgiveness, understanding, and neutrality which requires to no longer hold fear of the other individual. To recognize that the other party no longer holds power over them. To access this state, a stripping away of the blame is needed which means the individual must then recognize the fear of losing self to the old abuse / dependency is no longer valid because they no longer are able to even resonate from a space where they could attract that type of dynamic. If they did they would recognize it and be able to disconnect from it quickly while maintaining a state of neutrality with no fear of its old trappings.

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Blame and the avoidance of self actualization

Stockholm syndrome is defined as psychological symptoms that occur for people that are kept in captive or hostage situations, developing empathy or support for their captors as a non necessarily conscious survival strategy. In a sense our reliance on blame can be compared to this. The fear induced and the sense of lack of empowerment within a situation or trauma that created a belief of continued dis-empowerment, can in some ways become a comfort zone to us. The blame of our perpetrators without the desire to go beyond the positioning of them as the god head in our lives.

Blame and resentment can often be filled with secret and unconscious agreements we make with ourselves to purposefully fail in order to keep the perpetrators responsible for our misery. Let’s say our third grade teacher told us our ideas were stupid and we were never going to become what we wanted to be as an adult. The anger and humiliation experienced by that event could become unconscious passive aggression where we decide to live up to their judgement of us and not succeed in order to blame them for planting the seed of that belief, or a back-handed attempt at retribution by failing and creating victimhood in our lives out of self pity, and the need to continuously justify our anger long after the event has passed. Sometimes when we feel powerless, our only power is to prove a point. ((That’s why you find so many nerds talking shit in chat rooms and forums. **I do not count myself among you ** 😃👍 )) Our victimhood then becoming a grown self indulgence where we get to be “right” in how they “wronged” us, because they “screwed up our lives.”

 

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The problem with blame is that we can’t see beyond this dynamic of self limitation. We’ve created a person or situation as the god head that defined how far we are allowed to progress and put the responsibility in their hands. Our anger helps us to feel justified in the wrong doing, but it distracts us from the life beyond this duality we experienced, where our perception of limitless possibility and expansion was shut down, and we conditioned ourselves to live in that confinement, either cause we bought the belief or because we want to stay limited to hold them accountable. And stay stuck in our bitch ass ways.

You have to tantrum to get to your core. 😤

When we unravel our frustration and allow ourselves to go with full abandon into child-like persecution whining, rage and antics, our trauma is forced to connect our mind with our body, because the exhaustion of the tantrum forces out the rant and trail of thought to a place where we have no more energy to give to our 6 year-old illogical bullshit. Suddenly in that state of collapse and tiredness that argument doesn’t feel worthwhile to hold or sustain anymore. We’ve expended all that energy kicking and punching out the invalidation we originally experienced and the reality we built from that experience, to a point of tiredness where our mind has no energy to continue the battle to control our reality from the point of futility it feels in shouting its desire for acknowledgement. ( Very similar to what is now happening on the collective). In this state of pathetic-ness we can then drop the containment and ask ourselves are we done with this now? Was our inner victim acknowledged enough, or would we like to continue holding our third grade teacher accountable for how our life is progressing now?

Beyond this is self actualization where “they” are no longer responsible for what we can create for ourselves, the sense of duty of care for ourselves becomes something we actually want to carry or take on board because responsibility to self and our life is suddenly alluring without the limitation we thought was imposed on us, or that we held onto as a form of security. Blame no longer works, as it begins to feel stifling, and we become more excited by the prospect of getting on with our creation than feeling sorry for ourselves. We no longer desire to dine with Sensitive Sally and Debbie Downer, and when Trigger Trevor tries to join us, we choose to see the blessing that he gives us in the form of an opportunity to understand self more, as opposed to going into rant mode and disregarding and shutting down the difference in viewpoint.🤔

We all have the opportunity to go beyond our blame if we are willing to be honest with ourselves about who or what we are still needing to hold accountable and to what end?

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Debates, duality and going beyond conflict when there are differences in ideology

The interesting thing with debate and lively topical conversation is that whenever we talk in groups about the world there will almost invariably be differences in opinion and not everyone will see eye to eye no matter how homogeneous the group appears to be. Schools of thought have historically flourished on this principle of questioning understanding, and when the drive has been the progress and illumination of all minds as opposed to the domination and conquering of ideological resolution from the ego, great strives and advances in concept through the sharing of ideas have been made. The synergy of blended viewpoints work as catalysts from each individual to another to develop an expansion of understanding. Even “friendly competition” from the sparring of 2 like minded academics bouncing ideas off each other in the encouragement of each other’s improvement can be an example of debate being utilized in its highest progression. The ascension of consciousness for all involved.

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Where the concept of debate has been altered or lowered is where the energy and intent, conscious or not, is focused primarily on the domination of one mind over another, or many.  The alternative being the shared injecting of ideas and opportunity for response and allowance of rebuke or questioning from another with respect to the individual. When there is denial or blocking of differences in thought, or the need to crush another’s ideology, it creates a resistance that no longer supports the discovery and the unlocking of potential understanding that could result from the intertwinement of 2 or more strands of consciousness. This in turn can create very base or dualistic forms of communication, where expression is no longer “held” but “defended”, as if an expression is almost expectant of a counter attack as opposed to a counter progression.

Our conditioning has formed this attack/defend mode of expression from a young age. The more we can respect and honor individuality the more we can return to this allowance of expression where we have the opportunity to really hear the message someone else is carrying, sometimes beyond the words they are using.

 

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Maurice Katting is a Massage Therapist, Reiki Practitioner and Vibrational Healer based in Melbourne, Australia

You can connect with him at http://thedisconnecthealingspace.com

 

 

The Seed of Consciousness

Often we see people repeating the same story or struggle in their lives because they are still living within a marker of time, which is their consciousness. Opportunity to break through their pain and suffering (the easy way or the hard way) will continuously present itself. So opportunity cannot be wasted because the soul repeatedly calls forth the environment and scenario required to spur it forth.

Death is not a measure of wasted opportunity. If we dwell in that regret then  we are limiting our perception of another soul’s growth and process. If a soul repeatedly called forth the environments and scenarios for integration and shifts in consciousness within a lifetime, then why would it not be able to create further opportunities after exiting physicality?

When we see others struggling, and we can understand from an observational perspective what the root of their problem is, i.e. the things that they have yet to integrate or where they are resisting, we can either fear that they will not “get there” or finally “get it” and become emotionally attached to their struggle story, or we can let it go and trust that their marker of time (their consciousness) is still relevant and needed for them.

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Releasing markers of time

We use our perception of 3D reality as a marker and an anchor within time. The way we interact in the world, the work we undertake, our routines and stories, people, places and events, are all used by our consciousness as “pegs” or “markers” of time. What keeps us locked in 3D linear time is not the markers themselves, but our attachment to them. They keep us feeling safe within our contained perception of time.

We use the story lines and dramas and excitements and tragedies to keep us engaged in 3D dualistic linear time and dropping attachment to them means dropping the fear of existing outside of time. We’ve been programmed to be terrified of this. It’s as if we’re afraid we’ll “float away” without it.

Release the fear of existing beyond the timeline. People, events, places and stories. Again, it’s not those things that lock us into linear time, but the investment and attachment to those “markers” that keep us contained. This is not a value judgment either, as our consciousness will not allow us to perceive what we instinctively feel we can’t handle. But we seek understanding even when we don’t quite comprehend the questions that we are trying to ask.

Empaths are particularly good at keeping themselves locked into 3D reality by running the energy of the collective through their emotional/ etheric bodies and staying invested in the collective story by feeling it on such deep and profound levels. In a sense creating a choice to feel the wounds of humanity in their cells.

But at some point we’ve had enough of this. It’s energetically too much to carry, and so after observing and clearing our patterns that keep us locked into the collective, (ie the reasons why we take on collective energy as a personal experience), the last frontier becomes releasing the mindgate of time. Without an investment in the story, who would you be? And how would you sense the passage of time? What would keep you attached to 3D reality? Are you afraid of letting it go?

Enjoy the passage of time without the attachment to it. And if you’re not sure that you’re “doing it right”, assess when you are attached to an outcome within a perceived timeframe. You can aim for an outcome within a timeframe, but the attachment is what locks in 3D time.

When people are in fear of existing outside of time they try to control time, and also assert control of time on others. Industry has created the assertion of time on its employees as a means of control. When we are afraid of existing outside of this marking of time, we allow others to play the “jail warden” because they keep us in check. This being said, you can still choose to work a “9 to 5” and exist beyond the perception of time as a marker. However, you will probably be less inclined to participate as you’ll feel the desire to create in a way that doesn’t rouse a feeling of being “hemmed into time”. By dropping the compulsion to dive off the deep end, and believing that you can bridge your perception of different realities, change becomes easier and less traumatic to integrate.

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Having fun and being creative takes us out of linear time. Music, art, anything where we can enjoy our expression or joyful activity will make time fly. That’s why people always say “do what you love and never work a day in your life”. It’s a reminder of our true self which is beyond time.

We can allow our physical body to interact in 3D reality, while our mental and emotional bodies can perceive and sense linear time, without fearing the detachment from it. A little exercise is to work with the following affirmations and observe what comes up for you. If you sense resistance or fear in your body, then you could possibly be holding belief systems that block you from releasing your attachment to time markers. Have a play with this process and keep it light. Allow yourself to explore how far you can take your expansion without the fear of losing yourself. Release the fear of becoming overwhelmed by this process as it is your birthright to be able to shift your consciousness and adapt.

  • “It is safe for me to release the perception of time”
  • “It is safe for me to release timelines”
  • “It is safe for me to exist outside of time”
  • “I release the attachment to time”
  • “I release the fear of losing my identity outside of time”
  • “I release the need to use people, places, events and stories as markers of time”
  • “I can perceive linear time without the attachment to linear time”
  • “I enjoy interaction in the world without attachment to it”

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Maurice Katting is a Massage Therapist, Reiki Practitioner and Vibrational Healer based in Melbourne, Australia

You can connect with him at http://thedisconnecthealingspace.com

If you choose to stay in the fear…

When you walk down the street and notice the faces of the people, what expression are they holding? Do they look light or heavy? Are they all in the midst of struggle and suffering? Their own personal worry scenario? That’s absolutely real to them?

If you could jump in to their minds and hear their thoughts and their stories you could experience what they are going through. As an observer you could have compassion for them and their situation. And yet objectively if you analyzed their story and could hear their logic, how much of it would you agree is “reality” or “perception”?

If you actually had this ability to jump into peoples’ minds and see the scenarios that they are creating, and then jumped back into your own mind, would you be able to apply the same objectivity? Could you look at your experience and be able to identify where your perception was creating your reality? And potentially a reality you don’t want to experience?

How much are we all just in the story for the majority of the time? Are we just continually buying into it because we simply haven’t identified where our perception has become our reality?

If love is letting go of fear, then is it also about letting go of form? The forms of control and expectation of how things should be? Is your fear boring, but mine so much more interesting? And for how long do we want to entertain fear until we get bored with it? Or do we just keep looking for fears and reasons to fear to distract our entire lives with?

If you choose to stay in the fear, you will keep finding proof to justify your fear. If you choose to drop the fear you will develop faith. The sense that even if your life feels strewn about by forces beyond your control, the way you can feel about your situation can still remain within your control. This is when your will and solar plexus energy become solid. It’s the “knowing thyself.”

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When there is chaos around you, in people’s lives, friends, family, people you love, by all means support them and assist. But if they are stuck looking at the door that has closed on them, simply remind them to notice the window of opportunity that has opened. Be aware that if we adopt rescue mode, we can easily start to adopt their story as our own. If rescue is needed, so be it. Rescue. Assist. Create change. Be change. But what kind of world do you choose to believe in? The fear, struggle, duality and incapability of the human race? Or the potential for all people to become sovereign and self empowered? You can play your part within this world without having to identify with it, and continuously hold what people are calling “the new earth” consciousness. And there is no “spiritual bypassing” in doing this. You can still be here on this planet, in the thick of it, helping and sharing and giving back. But you don’t have to buy into the chaos around you. If you can hold onto the belief that we have the collective potential to create the world that we want, then you can remain the “active observer”.

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Maurice Katting is a Massage Therapist, Reiki Practitioner and Vibrational Healer based in Melbourne, Australia

You can connect with him at http://thedisconnecthealingspace.com

Buffering the divine masculine

Certain souls choose to anchor the energy of the divine masculine for the collective. Part of that process is buffering on an energetic level the fear and hatred of the integrated masculine, which is the balance of the yin aspect as well as the yang within all men. This is the energetic upheaval we’ve witnessed over the last century in relation to the redefinition of masculinity.

As certain souls agree to hold the integration of this for the collective, they often take the brunt of this “war” within their own life story, experiencing the volatility of this collective growth/transition and providing omission on the collective level of some of the heavier karmic debt / interference . Even being allocated to certain areas of the globe to incarnate into. This is all part of soul level agreement, and the energy of the location they have agreed to hold collective integration for. None of this is by accident. The challenges they will face will be directly attributed to the vibration of the consciousness they are working with.

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The challenge is transmuting this energy into forgiveness and collective healing when having experienced abuse directed by the old masculine draconian archetypes, and the fear of the feminine that they possess. Not everyone makes it, or has made it. Many of the souls that agreed to be part of this collective healing of the masculine over the course of history were put to death, or were so psychically damaged that they chose to opt out, either consciously or not, of their human incarnation.

And so the next wave incarnated, and the next after them. And each wave carried the integration of the collective divine masculine a step further. Holding space for their brothers. Resonating a new vibration of understanding of masculinity. The ability to be vulnerable, the ability to share affection and kindness with other men, releasing the need to gain power by taking it from others, moving beyond the survival warrior archetypes of the old forms of masculinity. Encouraging other men to embrace their feminine. Even just by being who they are and resonating their level of awareness of the balance of masculine and feminine energy within the male form. It takes strength and a great deal of love to hold that vibration for the collective. It means those souls personally will experience a buffering of the collective energies that are in resistance of this union and integration of the divine masculine. Experiencing and holding the energies of shame, fear, guilt, humiliation, hatred, attack and repression within their fields as they are buffered for the collective. Eventually transmuting them and sharing that alchemy for the collective.

A lot of this work had been about laying the foundation for future generations, even the coded imprints within our genetics that are handed down through our ancestors, to be activated by those scions at the right time in human evolution. Their “work” isn’t recognisable in 3d reality. It’s the personal and internalized integration and alchemical process individuals who have chosen these roles undertake, working through at times extreme elevations of fear and emotional turmoil as their unique soul signatures balance out the ascension of the collective. Just as there are souls holding space for the divine masculine, so too are souls holding space for the feminine, for Gaia, for the healing of their cultural backgrounds, energies of the lands they reside in, or other cultural streams and themes that provide the opportunity for humanity’s growth.

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Maurice Katting is a Massage Therapist, Reiki Practitioner and Vibrational Healer based in Melbourne, Australia

You can connect with him at http://thedisconnecthealingspace.com