Wherever you’ve been planted, bloom…looking back on 2021…

If you’re reading this right now, I hope you managed to relax and switch off this festive season, from the incessant, unabated lunacy of the world.   I certainly did, on the sandy shores of a small sea-side town in Wales. It was a welcomed moment of normalcy on the beach, blustery and chilly but a place of peace, bliss and serenity, watching the vastness of the sea as she swayed in and out, crashing and retreating, smoothing away any sign of trespass on her sands, a far cry from the utter insanity and evil of the ensuing agenda trying to gobble up our entire way of life and living. Pity we can’t simply wash away “their” unlawful trespass….

Unfortunately it’s probably going to get tougher out there no doubt during 2022. The tyrannical despots pulling the strings in the shadows (they’re not brave enough to be seen fully) are hell bent on wanting to tighten the noose of conformity and compliance around our necks.  

Yes us.

The non-conformists.

The mavericks.

The square pegs for round holes.

The one’s that never listened.

The feral ones.

However, keep on standing strong we must (yes, that’s meant to sound like Yoda). I guess all of us who refuse to be bullied into being arm-speared with an emergency experimental concoction over a non-emergency, make-believe situation (look at the stats trolls) are all like jedii’s in training aren’t we? 😉

I know, it’s not always easy staying strong and defiant 24/7 is it? Life isn’t linear. With the multiplicitous nature about our way of life and living, it’s as though there are a million and one things to consider, crammed into our brain, putting us in a constant residual state of fight or flight. There can be little respite with nowhere to run.

But when it does feel like too much, remind yourself that it’s okay not to feel okay. You don’t have to stuff it all down and keep a lid on it.

I remind myself quite often.  We’re all traumatised to some degree with the sudden loss of a life we once knew, of a particular path we were taking or might have taken: hopes, dreams, aspirations we wanted to realise; the things we haven’t done, the places we haven’t seen; the shores we wanted to travelled to, suddenly curtailed and our lives severed beyond recognition, our civil liberties stubbed out like a cigarette without warning. And here we are thrust into psychological information warfare. You may have some regrets. If only’s. What if’s. Yes, we are all suffering a metaphorical death. And yes, many of us are grieving the loss of what was. Who’d have thought WW3 would look like this?

So have some compassion for yourself: it’s okay if you need to have time off from the shit show; it’s okay if you’re struggling to get out of bed in the morning; it’s okay to feel sad; it’s okay to cry; it’s okay to grieve.

Warriors of light need respite too. Come up for air from time to time.

But within that respite we need to keep sharpening our metaphorical swords too, especially when the time comes when we have to wield that sword.

Of course what I’m talking about is sharping the sword of standing in your sovereign power, operating as the living wo/man, distinguishing yourself from the legal fiction and unravelling from the trespass perpetrated on us from birth, a path that I was oblivious to but intuitively led down in April 2020.  

That’s where I was planted. So that’s where I grew.

The late John Harris videos were revelatory for me early in my journey.  Little did I know two years ago that a paper-based legal fiction version of me was floating around on an admiralty sea that I breathed life into. Little did I know that I already owned nothing (and was happy); little did I know that I was contracting with everything around me with an entity that only exists on paper, which was never disclosed to me? That’s just the tiny tip of the iceberg.

The movies tell us everything don’t they? Have you seen The Shawshank Redemption? I’ve watched it about 30 times (yes, that’s sad, I know). It only dawned on me recently that the movie (amongst other things) was telling us about the legal fiction. Watch it again and pay attention to the bit where Andy Dufresne is telling Red in the library how he’s conjured out of thin air a ‘person’ called Randall Stevens, who has a driving licence, a birth certificate and a bank account and who doesn’t exist (which Andy launders the all dirty money of Shawshank through) Once the main protagonist escapes (spoiler sorry!) he breathes life into (or should I say steals) the identity of this fictional entity when he leaves town with half a million dollars of the prison’s laundered money…fiction or non-fiction?

Anyway, back to my own journey and speaking from my own experience in 2021, I can say with conviction that the one thing that has helped me grow intellectually, spiritually, emotionally and mentally over the last 20 months is being focused on the reclamation of my sovereign soul: the journey of learning how the crooked, fraudulent system operates, grasping how an intricate fraud has gobbled us up, spat us out (and we didn’t even know it) and, even when a bit wet behind the ears at times, learning how to stand up to the system and unravel from it.  Of course I’ve been down many a rabbit hole and continue to do so but once it “lands”, once you get that “ah ha” moment and you truly “get it” how you’ve been enslaved and how you’re controlled, only then can you begin to set yourself free from it.

I truly feel this is the way forward: the more of us who realise our sovereign power, the stronger we’ll become as a collective. And this in turn will have a massive impact on the collective consciousness. Consciousness is omnipresent; once it’s time for an idea to permeate, nothing can stop it.

And it’ll reach people. There is a crack in everything; that’s how the light gets in.

Has the journey so far been easy? No. Have I made mistakes. Of course. Is there more to learn? Truck loads more. By the end of 2020, my brain felt positively fried with the amount of information I’d taken on board and ‘getting it’ doesn’t happen in five minutes, as much as I’d wanted it to. That’s where many of the interviews on the podcast came into it. You’ll see from some of the brains I interviewed what I was trying to get my head around. The thing is you’ve got to allow all this information to percolate and gestate until you feel ready to take action. It takes time to birth this version of yourself and you’ll know when you feel ready to enter the arena.

However, right now, at the the end of 2021, I’m now in a totally different “place”…

You see, when you do begin to harness this type of knowledge, it’s only then that it begins to strip away fear, doubt and conditioning which is what 2021 has been all about for me. It’s only by feeling the trepidation, stepping into the arena and ‘walking the walk’ that you imbibe this knowledge. Sovereignty is not only a feeling but it’s a mindset that continues to grow over time, from a tiny seed to something much greater, until you’re ready to wield your new-found super-power at bullies with titles (aka “authorities”). You just need to keep watering the seed.

Knowledge is power.

A word of caution when you get your head around this though: watch thine ego. Reign in the arrogance. Hubris makes the prettiest of people the most repulsive. Humility is sexy.

I stay humble with what I know. Pride always comes before a fall.

I’m sure you agree that this awakening has shown us all what we are really made of and the indomitable spirit we have; there’s been a quickening of being shown a path that we may not have ordinarily traversed. Unfortunately, it’s also highlighted the bad as well as the good, and I think ego is something that will keep us divided and our growth as a species premature as long as we allow ego to rule us. As Mark Passio explains in his videos, Me, myself and I, front and centre thinking is in fact a pillar of the Church of Satan. Not my words. Look him up (not satan) if you don’t believe me and listen to what he has to say.

To round off, let me reiterate my point: the way we rise up against the machine is by ‘being’ and doing from a place of sovereign power, challenging the system and emanating from the heart of who we really are. The more of us that harness this knowledge, then an unstoppable tsunami will surely rise from the dust, out of nowhere, and like waves crashing on the shore, wash away the fragile system and this unlawful trespass upon us.

I’ve maintained from the start it’s about evolution not revolution. This is how we grow. So wherever you’ve been planted, bloom.

Nature always finds a way.

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