transforming the dark force

…and so the adventure continues!

lightworkerAll we have to do is align with Source energy, merging with utter fluidity in the space of no-mind, no-words, no fixating, no need to explain. Just flow along as energy, witnessing energy, being energy, traveling through doorways and traversing the pathways that unfold before us. – Lorraine Voss, Becoming Awareness

 I have spent some time considering the numerous terms that have surfaced during the course of my lifetime; terms that imply that there are beings on earth that are opening portals and leading the way into higher realms of human consciousness. There are many terms that define this kind of transformational action and they have included, but are not limited to: healers, ascended masters, teachers, gurus, cultural creatives, wisdom keepers, shaman, medicine people, starseeds, flame carriers, earth angels, crystal/rainbow/diamond children, indigos, magentas, lightworkers, and so on. I’m sure you have heard of most, if not all of them. For clarity’s sake, we’ll refer to this energy as light workers in this article.

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A Dark Force

greed-by-patipat-asavasenaSadly, we are up against a lot of challenges, distractions, perplexities, confusion, resistance, sadness, bewilderment, helplessness, and anger, as we try to figure out how we have arrived to the mess we’re in.

In lieu of all that is occurring right now, I am giving away a free chapter entitled A Dark Force from my book Becoming Awareness.

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This chapter illustrates how the dark force, also known as the predator, infiltrates the minds of humans in order to disrupt, confuse, and dilute the natural flow and balance of life. I hope this chapter provides a deeper understanding to the age-old patterns of consumption, power, and greed that must be transformed and put to rest, once and for all.

Excerpt from chapter:

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hókahé!

“Crazy Horse is coming. Crazy Horse is coming!” Off toward the west and north they were yelling “Hókahé!” like a big wind roaring, and making the tremolo; and you could hear the eagle bone whistles screaming.” ~ Black Elk as transcribed by John Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks

It is often said that the Lakota phrase, Hókahé, was Crazy Horse’s battle cry to mean today is a good day to die but this is incorrect. Hókahé loosely translates to let’s go! yeah! I’m not afraid, and let’s unite!

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