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Newly-awakened people are ravenous for information about what’s been hiding in the corners of reality, waiting to be discovered.
In the search for truth, we devour entire blogs, subscribe to New Earth YouTube channels, and buy books with titles that would send a “logical, realistic” person running at full speed. Some of it resonates with you, some of it may bore you, and some may look like complete gibberish. This thirst for external information is level 3 of the upliftment process, which in my upcoming course I call The Questioner.
The Questioner goes within, and attempts to determine the concept of “truth.” What is reality? What is fantasy? Why do I see things that others can’t? Why do I feel different? What is really going on?
These inquiries send The Questioner down the rabbit hole; following paths that relatively few humans, until recently, have dared to go, for fear of being cast out of their respective social structures.
But good news: If you haven’t noticed lately, it’s now OK to go down the rabbit hole. Exploration fosters growth, and that’s why we’re here.
But how do you know that a book you’ve just picked up is the best next resource for your current awakening journey?
Open the book to any page, (or click on a blog post, if you are online) and read one paragraph.
Now, how do you feel?
Did the author communicate from a positive perspective? Or was there blame, anger or aggression in the words you read?
If the message within the book is negative, then consider another resource instead.
And if the book is positively-oriented, you can determine if it’s an excellent next resource for you with two simple questions:
Do I want to keep reading this?
If what you are reading spawns even more questions about the subject material, there’s a message for you there. Your Higher Self led you to this material, and it would be a good next resource on your journey.
Do the words look like gibberish?
Everyone can look back to an instance in our “past” where we read something, and thought, “That guy is bonkers. He must be on some good meds.” Perhaps his words sounded foreign, too science-fictiony or fantastical, and we doubted the validity of the claims he made. Or we had to read each sentence multiple times just to fathom what the hell he was talking about.
If you read that sample paragraph, and it sounded like nonsensical gibberish, then take note of the book title, or bookmark the site. This is an indication that it will be a resource for you soon, but not yet.
That’s why we might buy a book without knowing why, only to pick it off the shelf years later, at the perfect time in our development.
“Heh,” you’d say, “This has been here all along.”
So no matter what crazy gibberish that author sends to you right now, if you were led to that resource, it will come into play sometime in your “future,” after your consciousness has expanded a bit more.
Nothing that arrives in your focus is by accident.
And if what I wrote seemed like gibberish, I love you! I’ll be here when you come back.