Humanity is entering a new era, a new world, a new reality. Some call it the Age of Aquarius others call it The Golden Age, or The One World Order. From the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia to the Marxist Revolution in China to the American Revolution in America, from the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic to the 2019 COVID pandemic, chaos marks the beginning of a shift in consciousness designed to divide the population to advance a new way of life. Whatever you chose to call it, the next Age is written in the stars, from Astrology to Hollywood.

Image by Jim Cooper from PixabayRecall the quote by Albus Dumbledore from the book, Harry Potter And The Goblet of Fire:

Dark and difficult times lie ahead. Soon we must all face the choice between what is right and what is easy.

Whether this new reality is preplanned or part of a celestial game with the rules missing, to enter into this space is nothing more than a test for each player, as well as a test of humanity. The test is not written or verbal. It is a test of wits, and a test of strength and stamina.

Why else would you agree to participate in a surreal experience, like a dream, with previous memories wiped, and abuses of the psyche?

In his purposeful and prophetic quote, Professor Albus Dumbledore revealed the one truth that separates humans from each other….free will, choosing between what is right and what is easy.

Put another way, if you know something to be wrong, then you can stand your ground and speak your truth, or not. But do what you know to be right.

No matter what the rest of the world tells you. No matter if the world tells you that you are wrong, do what you know to be right.

In this life, you are the captain of your ship. You come in alone, and you leave alone. You alone make the decisions that guide you through the weather of your life, even as others weave their ships into your wake along the way.

You live in your body but you are not your body. You are not your mind. You accept the Earth suit to attend Earth school, to play a game. But the Earth suit is made of matter, and matter is 99.999% energy, and so are you. When all is said and done with your suit, only you remain. Dust to dust. Energy to energy.

You are responsible for everything that affects you in this reality. No one else is responsible for you. No one else can take medicine to make you well. No one else can exercise for you to lose weight. You cannot gain wisdom for someone else to understand you.

While You can’t take it with you, from a physical standpoint, you do evolve on the unseen level of yourself, your higher self. There is no greater measure of you than that ethereal part. For that limitless part of you to do the wrong thing is to fail the test presented to you, and for which you signed up.

The current test of humanity is ripe with gut wrenching choices. Do not fear life. But see each challenge as an opportunity from which to grow on another level.Image by <a href="">Noupload</a> from <a href="">Pixabay</a>

A tip: Know what you tolerate and what you do not. Then you use your free will.

What separates you from the crowd?

Choice. Free will.

On this ride of a lifetime, if you perceive that another group holds all the cards, look again. They do not.

You decide your outcome. You take the helm.

With a new consciousness on the horizon, meant to further subdivide humanity into haves and have-nots, a more egalitarian and just system is promised for those who cooperate. However, The New Orderis a repeat of The Old Orders that do not deliver on their promises, but rather, create power struggles that resemble Totalitarianism on a global scale. The perceived changes happening now are not new at all.

Do you go right or go easy?

Know Your Higher Self.  Speak Your Higher Voice. Stand Your Higher Ground. Live Your Higher Truth.

When you steer your own ship, you hold your own cards. Play your own hand.

Recall the lyrics of singer, Kenny Roger’s song, The Gambler:

You got to know when to hold ’em,
Know when to fold ’em,
Know when to walk away,
And know when to run.
You never count your money
When you’re sittin’ at the table.
There’ll be time enough for countin’
When the dealing’s done.


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