So, what does it take to wake up? There have been lots of suggestions recently about ‘mass awakening’, the ‘great awakening’, and ‘waking up’. But what does it mean?
Waking up is simply the process of discovering that there are two worlds. An upside-down world (up is down, right is left) and a multi-dimensional world.
The upside-down world is everything that is opposite to transparency, beauty, and expansion. It is a constricted, fictional world created by narrow minds. You can recognize it easily because it perpetuates fear, stress, disease, and crisis. Wherever you see those things, the upside-down world is at play.
The multi-dimensional world is where you get to create your own reality. And live your future right now. It is the place where your true essence is celebrated. It is the place where authenticity reigns. It is the place where your dreams come to life instantly.
Waking up can be a tough process. Why? Because it is unsettling to realize that many of your beliefs, ideas, and concepts are fiction. You feel uncomfortable because there isn’t a lot to hold onto. Instead of splitting your energy across thousands of false ideas about the world, you are left with only real knowledge. You are left with only the truth.
When going through the process of waking up, surround yourself with people who have been through it before. This helps to see that there is light at the end of the tunnel. And that the process is beautiful if you can hang on through the messy part.
Once you get through the messy part, the fog lifts. All is clear.
Push through the discomfort, towards the truth.
And if you need an ally, do need to hesitate to get in touch with us to set up a coaching session.
Bec Robertson (Head Coach)