Changing Consciousness – Changing Us

Changing Consciousness – Changing Us

By Pamala Oslie

 

Many believe that consciousness is shifting. If that’s true, will humans basically be the same, just nicer and more accepting? Or will bigger changes occur? What will we be able to do?

 

As babies, when we had developed enough to become mobile, we began crawling. Soon after, something inside urged us to stand upright and walk. Why would we go from the stability of hands and knees, firmly supported on the ground, to balancing precariously on wobbly legs and tiny feet? Intuitively we must have known it was time for more: we sensed that walking would give us more freedom and greater experiences than crawling. We somehow knew walking would improve our lives.

 

So have we reached our full potential?

 

We appear to be transforming once again. Just as the ability to stand and walk was always within us, and we eventually reached the stage when it was time for that ability to surface, something greater in us is emerging. Most aren’t aware that there’s something profound happening with humankind. There is evidence that a transformation is already taking place.

 

Why should we pay attention to this?

 

To paraphrase Einstein, we cannot solve a problem from the same level of thinking, with the same mind, that created the problem in the first place. He also said, “A new type of thinking is essential if mankind is to survive and move toward higher levels.”

 

So in order to change our world, we need to change our thinking. Our understanding of who we are, our capabilities, how we interact with each other, and what we can accomplish have to evolve.

 

Quantum physicists are also making discoveries and reexamining everything we’ve believed about reality. They have evidence that reality isn’t what we believe it is.

 

We’ve been taught that reality is three-dimensional—and it fits with what our physical senses tell us so we’ve had no reason to question it. But the evidence is showing we are not just three-dimensional. We are infinite, multidimensional beings! We also have inherent skills that are beyond what most people believe are possible. Many of us are living proof that these greater abilities are real, however; we can do things beyond the accepted boundaries. And if some of us have expanded abilities, everyone has them.

 

What are these greater abilities? Thousands of us experience a sixth sense and telepathy. Many of us see energy fields (auras), and can use energy, thoughts, and feelings to create. We’ve discovered the existence of parallel universes and can deliberately move in and out of them to change our lives. We talk to people who have crossed over (died), and see people’s other lives (past lives.)

 

The most important point to this is that if thousands of us have these amazing abilities, it means these are natural skills and every human being has them. Most people just aren’t aware of this yet – or they’ve been taught to fear them.

 

Developing any of these abilities can dramatically improve life. For many of us, these abilities have made life easier, increased our sense of freedom, and created more compassion, love, trust and understanding. Globally, it can improve our relations with one another and help us create better, life-enhancing solutions for the world. Once more of us understand the natural principles of the universe and develop these abilities, we can all create with a sense of infinite possibilities rather than constrict in fear and limited thinking.

 

Unfortunately, most people are not living this new model yet. Most are still living with old ideas about the world. Quantum physics supports these abilities through the discoveries of entanglement, non-local mind, parallel universes, and more.

 

Imagine you’re told aerodynamics is a natural law and flight is possible; you can fly across the country in hours (once considered science fiction.) But you choose to travel across the country in a covered wagon instead. We’re doing something similar today: We’re not living the newest discoveries or developments. Our limited understanding of reality has been preventing us from living our potential.

 

Because there are thousands of people demonstrating these abilities, we can no longer ignore them or declare them flukes. If even one person can demonstrate these skills, don’t we have a responsibility, an obligation, to see what’s going on? Isn’t it possible that humanity could benefit by exploring these abilities more closely and discovering what’s truly possible?

 

The fact that many of us experience these abilities proves that there is more to us than we’ve been taught, and the fact that many of us use these skills to benefit others as well as ourselves shows there are good reasons to develop them.

 

We are evolving into a more highly developed species, one with expanded awareness and greater abilities. Or it may be that we are finally waking up to our true nature. We’ve lived too long thinking we’re just little pawns on the chessboard—and acting as if we have little or no power. It’s time to reassess our definition of human being and live our greater potential here and now.

 

If enough of us were to courageously step beyond our familiar boundaries, embrace this new information about the nature of reality, and fully activate our own advanced capabilities, we could have a vastly different world and a better way of life. This is how transformation happens: brave explorers break through old thinking and reveal what’s possible.

 


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