The year is 2057, it's a sunny day in April. I'm sitting outside in the garden with my grandson. This 6 year old boy has a lot to offer. He is pure. He is connected. He is present in all he wants to.
His heart warming curiousity fuels him and he asks me great questions. Challenging questions sometimes. 'Grandpa, can you tell me about illness in the days before the big shift?' Not a challenging question this time. And one I really love to answer. 'Sure boy, I can tell you about those days.'
So I told him. I told him about how people used to fight their illnesses. How they treated them as the enemy. I told him about corona. I told him about vaccines, side effects, the unhealthy relationship with death and disease and the lack of insight in the relationship between spirit and the physical experience.
'People weren't ready', the boy says. His wisdom still amazes me. 'You are right. But a lot of people were more ready than they believed they were.' The boy is quiet for a while. 'Then why didn't they act upon it?', he asks. 'People were scared to not fit in. People were scared to be judged.' The boy's face changed. He looks so much older now. He asked one more question, one that he had already answered in his own mind: 'So people didn't love themselves unconditionally back then?'
The boy and I had many more conversations about health and illness in the years before the big shift. We talked about how people couldn't see the gift that was given in physical challenges. We talked about beliefs and following your highest excitement. The boy was fascinated by the stories of how people actually thought that they had to suffer in order to get what they want.
We live in a different world now. We've unwrapped the gift of not unwrapping the gifts. We've learned to love the unloved parts within, which made them transform instantly. We cherish our physical bodies and co create possibilities to transform into new ways of existence. And we no longer do this out of resistance. We do it out of curiosity.
I really enjoy these talks with my grandson. They make me feel happy that I'm alive and lived the times we talk about. I'm happy to feel that I didn't hold back, even though that scared me some times. I'm happy that I talked about Bashar, Abraham and Lamané even though people called me crazy.
Yeah, these years, the big shift years, they were actually pretty great.
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