Doesn’t it feel as if humanity is regressing in certain ways, even if there are other qualities about being human that are progressing? For instance, it appears that there is less hunger for conflict, division and war and more aware of living in harmony and having quality time to spend engaged in creative and soulful activities, yet simultaneously as rational knowledge of the world expands, decompartmentalising reality into smaller and smaller segments, a deeper ‘education’ lessens as humanity appears to become detached and isolated from nature and common sense reality.
Of course that could indeed be an intentional manifestation of how humanity is being steered, so extensive the colonising of the mind has become, as history is heavily edited and thought beyond the accepted is resoundingly derided and dismissed. Yet, over the past twelve years, accelerating again in the past three years, there has been a profound shift in consciousness, as humanity has entered into a different era, a time wherein the very nature of time has altered, or at very least, more people have become aware that time is perhaps not the linear path it, at times, feels like.
The term awakening is one that is causally thrown about in many circles and for many it is associated with a plethora of ‘conspiracy’ ideals, or thoughts that question the narrative of how certain events have been ‘reported’ or how his-tory is recorded. Yet, for me, awakening concerns a change in conscious awareness, opening up the senses and becoming aware that reality is not as solid as it ‘feels’, a reality that our predecessors experientially understood, a reality unfolded upon itself, with everything ‘breathing’ together.
I cannot tell you how many people I know have felt that the fabric of time has changed in recent years. But has it truly changed, or just our experiential conceptualisation of it has altered? From personal experience, as consciousness deepens, the understanding of time undergoes a transformative evolution. No longer perceived as a linear and unyielding force, time begins to reveal its intricacies and malleability. Past, present and future no longer exists as a sequential step but as a multi-tiered, multi-faceted interplay of experience, many of which co-exist simultaneously, making it possible to live and exist in multiple planes, concurrently.
This heightened awareness allows for a profound appreciation of the present, an acknowledgment of the resonance of prior choices, and a recognition of the potential inherent in moments to arise. It is as if the fabric of reality is woven from countless threads, each representing a divergent path born from a pivotal choice. Sensing the echoes of unchosen possibilities, you can become intimately acquainted with the infinite branches of your own existence, sensing how the unexplored realms of what-could-have-been intertwine with the palpable threads of what-is, creating a rich and complex, and potentially disorientating and melancholic narrative of your current life, should those poignant moment lead you down paths contrary to your ego’s longings and desires.
The awareness of unfulfilled choices serves as a constant reminder of the interconnectedness of moments and decisions, illustrating that every action is a ripple that resonates across what could be terms, the multiverse. Living in harmony with this expanded awareness requires a profound acceptance of the inherent uncertainty of existence, the necessity to truly know yourself, to free yourself from the constraints of deeply etched familiar patterns and scripts, to engage in choices that are free from ego (that do not create intentional pain and suffering to others that you walk with, unless those prior decisions were not made consciously), and to try to remain here and now, even if you can walk between worlds!
I am sure you have your own stories of ‘re-connecting’ with ‘strangers’ you are deeply familiar with; of potential romantic encounters with soul-mates that cannot come into fruition due to prior choices willingly made; and of sliding door moments, wherein your life path has guided you towards a different reality to the one you currently live. I am sure that you have had clear moments of regret, wherein reality has unfolded differently to this and you can implicitly feel how that alternative is playing out. Is this really fantastical thought and another form of not-being present, as you live in your head in another reality? Or are these times merely a reminder of the complexity of your personal narrative in a multidimensional symphony of time?
One thing is for certain, awakening involves consciously moving beyond the illusion that reality is solid, linear and unidirectional;; that relationships are not merely physical; and that we are living in a world truly moulded and shaped by consciousness. Welcome to the reality that we are living in a dream world, no different to those you ‘wake’ from. Welcome to the seventh wave…
Reflections on the Jupiter-Saturn sextile and the Jupiter-Neptune Novile