Tuesday night I attended our monthly Professional Women's Network meeting - a wonderful, eclectic group. We've strayed from more traditional topics the last few meetings, wild conversations ranging from energy fields, to intention, to the significance behind the political battle between Barack Obama and Sarah Palin. And some wonderful questions that I'm happily pondering.
By Jeanne Supin
Ever been to meetings that seem civilized but feel dead? People discuss things, share reasonable opinions, make rational decisions. But everyone knows it’s a hoax. Instant the meeting ends, the real conversation begins. Folks cluster in the hallway or the parking lot, later gabbing on the phone or over drinks. And suddenly the truth comes out. People say what they really believe, grow lively and animated. Then more intuitive, better answers soar.
This sort of sums up my life the last few years. I have all these normal conversations … funny newlywed stories, tales of adolescent angst, how my house is a mess, I need more exercise, or I’m worried about the economy …
But thing is, although true, these conversations don’t tell my whole story. So I’m coming clean; I’m on-lining my off-line life.
I believe the world is changing … fast and huge and irrevocably. Some of it’s like a parlor game. I follow my “gut” instincts to slow down, and the hidden cop is revealed two bends down the road … I make a spontaneous marketing call that morphs into six lucrative contracts just when I need them … I email a friend out of the blue who said she had the exact same impulse … these serendipities are now so commonplace I barely register surprise.
Sometimes it’s bigger, and I can literally feel something rumble through every cell in my body. I once had unexpected closure with a long-gone lover, and I subsequently felt every romantic abandonment drift permanently away. I swear – it was like I re-did my past. One moment I was simply thinking how nice the conversation was after so many years, and the next moment sensory images of one bad experience after another cascaded through me, each disappearing like vanishing debris from a defragged computer. Absolutely gone, without a trace. Leaving space for something brand new, which happened to be the first phone call – within seconds – from the man who would later become my husband.
I’ve seen occasional ethereal shapes move across my bedroom. I’ve watched features in a painting change size and color. Once in a famous Japanese Garden I actually felt miniature fairies and sensed the flowers so intensely it still makes me tremble years later. I know people who routinely see energy swirls throughout a body with absolute clarity. They can identify color, direction, and the type of physical or emotional congestion it blocks. They can move those swirls, too -- whether they call them chakras, channels, meridians, auras, or energy flows – and lift away my back pain, sinus infection, or depression.
I also believe things are shifting far beyond my personal experience. It is my understanding the world is merely tangible evidence of energy manifested: e=mc2 implies energy and matter are just different expressions of the same thing, and energy comes first. Energetic frequencies shape matter – not the other way around. Our world and our experiences are just functional representations of our collective imaginations, formed over millennia of human evolution. And I believe our imaginations are changing, even if we don’t all consciously know it yet.
Here’s the condensed story best I can decipher it. For evolutionary eons life was cool. Then at some point we humans got scared, and we began to see everything as enemies – other species, other humans, and every “unseeable” chord nestled in nature and divinity. So we started to fight, which led to more fighting, which caused destruction, hatred, and injustice. Which sparked genocides and annihilation. Our collective imaginations have trembled at that frequency, like some really rank note on a mangled tuning fork. We created our world to match that vibration. The horror sprang straight from our imagination.
But suddenly there’s a shift. More people than in human history believe living out of fear (and its offshoots like anxiety, greed, or domination) is absolute madness. Not everybody. Not even a majority. But enough. Enough of us have imagined a different enough world to raise the earth’s vibration. And so human-created garbage of lower vibrating frequency has to go. Things like war, global warming and economic systems based on resource degradation. Things like anger, worry and being mean to each other. That doesn’t mean humans are destined to survive, mind you. If we collectively don’t change our own thoughts and behavior, relentlessly jamming lower frequencies items -- like corporate greed or species superiority -- into the earth’s new vibration we’ll quickly obliterate ourselves. But this shift in the earth’s vibration means the earth will survive regardless. And if we get rid of our own crap, we can, in fact, live here in joy, peace, and love.
Why a shift now? There are a zillion proposed reasons, to name a few:
- The Mayan calendar mathematically foretold a cosmic shift in consciousness in 2012.
- The earth’s magnetic poles are showing signs of repeating a long-ago reversal.
- We’re moving from the Age of Pisces to Aquarius.
- Humanity is demonstrating a natural immune response to the lethal destruction of its host, the earth.
- Since the 1987 Harmonic Conversion new bands of light (i.e. frequency) have been able to penetrate and reconfigure the earth’s vibration and our DNA.
- Crop circles depict consciousness-raising symbols.
- Human’s own efforts to raise consciousness, like meditation or open-heart exercises, have created the right proportional critical mass to make the change.
- More conventional things, like the millions of people erasing poverty, oppression, and environmental disaster, have sparked the shift.
- God has said “Enough!”
Maybe I sound crazy, but I no longer care. I’m illuminating wide all those conversations I used to have in the darkened parking lot after those boring meetings. And I’m not the only one. I’m talking with people all over the place, in all professions and locations, people I never would’ve suspected to go “woo-woo.” People looking for personal fulfillment who found enlightenment instead. People recovering from cancer, alcoholism or a nasty divorce and quietly discovered cosmic love. Artists searching for their muse who realized it was God. Religious prayers that became spiritual conversations. Parents who notice their children seem far more tapped in than mere intuition explains. And over a million people from 139 countries watched Oprah’s online course with Eckhart Tolle. We’re everywhere. So I say forget the boring meetings. Let’s move the conversations from the parking lot to the boardrooms, the classrooms, the living rooms, and make a difference.