We have the Opportunity to Unify in a Divided Field…

The polarities of our 3-dimensional world become more prominent when we are faced with extremes, boredom and the need to connect.

It is here that we often turn to gossip as a bonding tool and help perpetuate the divide in our society.

Our responsibility here is to make a choice to not get drawn into lower vibrations but become a valuable cog in the evolutionary wheel of humanity – to do things differently!

Lockdown situations deepen our connection to those who we are sharing our life with and we have a responsibility to uplift each other. Sadly in the care industry, we generally need to take the lead and represent ourselves through our own actions. For the most part, our clients are subjected to mainstream media which serves to accentuate our ‘right and wrong’ attitude, illicit opinions, challenge beliefs, and start aggressive conversations. But what really matters is where we stand in relation to it all… 

This is all about being able to hold ourself in higher states of frequency and consciousness as we navigate what is unravelling in the external – to not get caught up in the actual matrix because despite our differences we all really want the same outcome – to live in a world of peace, joy and freedom. Ultimately…

“the Left and the Right-wing belong to the same bird!”

At this present time, we are experiencing a massive shift in consciousness which is translated in our physical reality as elections, or viruses or vaccines etc. This is true from a one-dimensional reality, but from another perspective, it is about shifting frequencies and peeling ourselves out of a 3-dimensional matrix where the divide is perpetuated by current affairs, free will and individual truths.

So we need to pay attention and observe where we stand – If we remain heart centred regardless of what is going on and we hold multiple timelines without being attached to any of them, then the entire human race is able to make the shift into a higher human consciousness full of empathy, compassion and understanding

You cannot get rid of the divide and become unified – you can only unify in the divide – and the only way to do this is by allowing everyone to have their own opinions, beliefs and truths while remaining focused on the outcome – to shine a light that touches the entire earth plane. To LOOK at things so you can step out of them – to LOOK at the systems and not get caught up in them – to basically play in the matrix but not get entangled.

So, as carers how do we stand alongside others in a professional capacity, and avoid being triggered by conversations that are not serving us? How do we maintain the highest possible frequency while gently dismantling the old paradigm? How do we get our clients to raise their vibrations and meet us where we’re at, and in so doing be instrumental in shifting perceptions and shining the light on a unified field?

It is important to acknowledge that harmonic resonance can be achieved by deflating situations and not accentuating the divide. Speaking with an open heart without trying to change someone is critical to the process. When you can see the divide, and see yourself in the divide then you have the opportunity to transmute all dysfunctional energy in not only your own physical body but the multidimensional energetic field of the Universe. 

 “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Neil Armstrong

As an individual, we create a positive impact when we come together as ONE in love and connection, with one mission and one goal…

My dear,

In the midst of hate, I found there was, within me, an invincible love.

In the midst of tears, I found there was, within me, an invincible smile.

In the midst of chaos, I found there was, within me, an invincible calm.

I realized, through it all, that…

In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.

And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something stronger – something better, pushing right back.

Truly yours

Albert Camus, The Stranger