This book is a bit different than my previous works in that it deals with somewhat more esoteric themes. I felt compelled to write this work as we approach the brink of a shift in consciousness for the ages. Every aspect of our lives, our beliefs and our philosophies will be challenged to one degree or another over the coming decades. Our world is an exquisitely magnificent school and we are on the verge of realizing some of the most poignant and impactful lessons that can be experienced anywhere in the cosmos.
We are all perfect beings experiencing lives of illusory separation that can at times drive us very deeply into illusory imperfection and all that imperfection implies. The history of Earth is somewhat synonymous with this "imperfection" and the resultant separation-based traumas of war, greed, repression, inequality, cruelty and a host of other "non-perfect" behaviors and conditions. Essentially, we have been given the gift of free will in order to experiment with moving away from "perfection" in order to create something new, something "different" as we search for context and reunion with our original state of perfection, all of the while living seemingly mundane, or occasionally dramatic lives, replete with a wide variety of struggles, challenges and triumphs. Both our "mundane" and our more dramatic lives define us as we contextualize our interactions with each other and with ourselves in a divine dance of exploration and co-creation.
In reality every aspect of our lives is perfect, divine and sacred. There is no "mundane". Our core being, our greater self is more perfected than most of us can begin to imagine. We are love in motion. As a part of this motion, this divine gift of experiencing all that can be experienced, including all manner of polarity-based behaviors and experiences, we are afforded the opportunity to create something new, something far greater than a self-contained expression of "stagnant perfection". We are partners in co-creating a n