At every moment we are in a nexus, or nest, of budding realities. Some evolve into dark futures where freedom is lost and awareness is dimmed. In such places it becomes exceedingly difficult to attune to Inner Knowing.
As the worlds are rapidly diverging now, we will each naturally move in line with the reality that reflects and resonates with our total state of consciousness.
We can know which reality we will be becoming more a part of to the extent that we are aware of the contents of our mind.
This is both easier than and more difficult than it sounds, depending on the degree of awareness and the amount and depth of self-knowledge attained.
The more conscious we are, the more able we are to see where we are headed and the easier it is to make adjustments in our trajectory if we don’t like what we see.
It can be tricky.
For example, the person against war and cruelty and wasting the planet may actually be in resonance with the timeline in which there is even more of what they are against. “Being against” is all about focusing on what one is against.
On the other hand, the person who is for peace and kindness and taking good care of our planetary home will be in resonance with more of all that, and the more peace and kindness and care they are able to bring into the world.
Everything we are thinking, wanting, and doing is aligning us through resonance with a specific track, or timeline, of an emerging reality.
We are each already on track with the reality we are helping create, but we can still see, to some extent, the other possibilities around us and the temptations that could possibly suck us up into them.
There is a timeline of increasing violence, division, and deterioration, followed by a very long recovery period of many thousands of years for those who resonate with that world.
There are better timelines those of mediocre harmony and somewhat constructive beliefs.
Then there are earths of great beauty, bounty, and creativity.
It is a time of choosing. What world? Which me? It will reflect what I am putting my attention on now, how I am thinking about it, and what I do about it.
Every thought is truly a prayer that sprouts realities.