Sunday, August 29, 2010


When we are born the Creator gives us everything we need to know to achieve our life’s mission but, because we are required to live on this plane this information becomes forgotten. It is overwritten by other programming, like an overwrite command on a computer.

The village who raises us attempts to shape us in their image so that we can learn from their life experiences. This is all well and good for a while and it is done for our benefit, or so the village believes, but when it is time for changes to begin in your life, it is unsettling for those who have been steering you for so long. They may try to challenge your attempt to stretch and find your own way but that is OK, stretch anyway. Look for your forgotten birthright, remember, become consciously aware, and wake up.

“When you begin to remember who and what you are after being made into something/someone else by the needs and desires of others; you begin your journey into conscious awareness…you begin to wake up.” (Chessie Roberts Evolution of Self; Journey into Body, Mind, Spirit Balance)

To wake up is to begin to question all of the things that you once held as true. It is to realize that you have made choices, whether you knew it at the time or not. It is to dig into those choices and to decide which ones you should hang on to and which are no longer serving you. It is the ability to make the now informed decision to let go of all of your old thought processes, without shame or anger, and to grow forward with your life. It is to reconnect with your higher self, to raise your vibrations toward the love and light that put you on this plane in the first place. It is to embrace unconditional love of yourself, mankind and the planet. It is to evolve, to reach for the next level, to fulfill your purpose and to share your journey with the seekers around you. It is to bloom where you grow and to spread happiness, joy and love to all who cross your path.

I bid you good morning and Bright Blessings in your evolution. Chessie

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