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Turning Points and Milestones On the Path of Transcendence

As we walk this path of transcendence, there are many phases and stages. At this moment, we find ourselves at what feels like the most profound moment of this change. The Book of Revelation would refer to this as the judgement scene, Revelation 20:11. Other references to this moment in the Bible, God’s judgement, are Acts 17:31, John 5:22-23, John 12:48, 2 Peter 3:10, Revelation 21:12-15, Ephesians 2:8-9, 1Corinthians 3:10-15, Luke 12:47-48 ( Though this moment in time and the events taking place are referred to as “judgement,” it is important to acknowledge and clarify that God does not judge, Divinity loves unconditionally. It is we, who with the infinite knowledge provided upon death or through the higher self, begin to fully understand the darkness we have brought to the world and the universe. It is in these moments that we judge our own acts and determine if we, ourselves, are ready for transcendence. We judge ourselves, we, each of us, make, has made the necessary determination for our next steps, we, of our own volition, have decided if we are ready to transcend with Mother Earth. There is no manipulation, only truth. The same freewill that drove us to make our decisions in this lifetime, determines if we are ready to transcend and provides the consequences, be they perceived as positive or negative. This video discusses the reconciliation of positive and negative polarities, the desire to comprehend and reconcile the duality on this world and the conclusions to be drawn from such an understanding.


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