With this Spring of 2016, the world is being awakened by the need for an increase in our consciousness. What does this mean for humankind? What is consciousness? Where does this exist? Where does it come from?
Consciousness is the collective energy within one’s being that is tied to the heart, soul, spirit and mind. It unifies these components to work together in increasing knowledge and compassion. It exists both within a person, a community, a country and world. The level of consciousness within a person influences those around them and spreads out into the community. It gives people a social and environmental conscience.
Consciousness is raised by the connection to spirit, whether through Divine REIKI, spirit-based yoga, etc. Consciousness is a Divine Universal Truth. It is finally being recognized by some scientists who reason that there has to be a Universal Consciousness to maintain the balance of the Universe.
Universal Consciousness is the center of the Divine Universe, the center of being. It comes from the Creator of all things good. It is the core of life for all things, for it maintains a continual renewal of life within the Universe and within humankind. It is a matter of wisdom that recognizes the importance of each of us as an individual and also as a part of the whole of life.
Our life is a part of nature and is codependent with nature, for we depend upon nature to provide for us and nature depends on us to sustain her balance of life.
A surge is taking place in literature, mysticism, spirit-based healers and inspirational leaders that encompass health, environment and spiritual connection. Seminars, conferences and workshops exist to focus on raising consciousness. This has become a passion for those who lead, because they feel compelled: they are called to this destiny. They will tell you that this was not what they started out in life to do, but due to some change in their life, it has become their life.
The call for the raising of consciousness arises from the Divine consciousness. We have always been a part of this consciousness, but we have not always been mindful of it.
Do you really know who you are? Are you defined by what you do, your job, family, school, etc. — or are you more? How do you feel about your relationship to yourself and your relationship to others?
If you find that you are asking these questions, you are becoming aware of the need to acknowledge your True Self. This is the first step in raising your consciousness. Finding the answers to these types of questions is a continual life process, one that is always filled with “eye openers.”