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Exciting times for those who do not fear enlightenment and the freedom that would come with it. The Big Question is, are the existing powerbrokers brave enough, magnanimous enough or desperate enough, to open the doorway to change and truly support such an awakening? 

It could not only end recession and poverty but it could also end any remaining traces of slave mentality and the embedded belief that creates the need to look to a “superior” to be told how to live. This is exciting for a nation increasingly being dumbed-down and run as a “nanny state”, but those who believe they are benefiting from the current state of play may find the prospect terrifying.

Poverty is the bi-product of living in the illusion of separation, a symptom of failing to feel our own source. In our society there are those who are well fed on the masses staying in that poverty consciousness; well fed in material terms and also in the sense of the “small-self” power achieved through control and domination over others.

A human being that feels their connection to the whole and to others is far less likely to abuse in aspect of life. Honour, love and inspiration are the bi-products of awakened consciousness, so the benefits of this type of transformation for us, our nation and our planet are immeasurable.

Beyond our current economic crisis there a whole host of other reasons to educate and create a shift. As we are facing crisis at so many levels, from personal health, relationships, poverty, nature and world peace, perhaps the governments of the world, including the UK, should consider that educating our people in the truth of their own magnificence may be the key to our evolution and survival.

Whether or not it is being encouraged or supported change is occurring. There is a growing awakening amongst people; we sense the need for it and we are seeking answers for ourselves. So change is set to come either by force of crisis or conscious creative action, and that is our choice.  As an teacher used to say to me ”Ding Ding … time to get on the bus” or stay small in resistance and denial.

Either way we must maintain some compassion for the truly lost and confused hearts that have never understood or felt the authentic power of a free heart; a heart that never needs to seek power over another, and has no comprehension of anything other than a Big Society.

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