There may be those of you, as our cocreators in consciousness, who wish to take advantage of representatives such as we are for the higher selves in order to ask us the following question: "What is in our future?"
During a ceremony circle with a group of old and new friends atop a red-rock vista in Sedona, Arizona, I received a message about the birth of the new world and how the dimensions are beginning to merge.
When asked if she would continue to perform even after retirement, Beverly Sills was reported to have responded, "No. I've done that already." So many times we complacently stay within the boundaries of our comfort zones.
In our country (the United States), bigger is always seen as better. We want bigger houses; we want bigger salaries. We want bigger meals, and we want bigger toys. We want epic stories for our lives and our loves.
So much is misunderstood about wholeness in the walk of truth. It is no wonder we often find ourselves in pieces again and again and yet again. When I first considered wholeness in the context of the spiritual journey, I was rather defiant about it.
More than fifteen years ago, when I was twenty-two, I experienced something known as a kundalini awakening. When it happened, I had no idea what had occurred. I didn't have a spiritual teacher, or guru, to look to for guidance.