The Collective

The true nature of our being in this lifetime is vastly different than what has been believed and taught previously.

Each of us is a collective of consciousness sparks drawn to us from previous lifetimes. Just as each cell of our being forms the unity of the whole of our bodies, the same is true for our spiritual selves, our souls. As we began to unify and form a being to come into this world, a collective of similar conscious sparks is drawn to us forming a spiritual collective – like draws like.

We may draw superior talent in music, academics, spirituality or any other pursuit that has been dominant in our previous lifetimes. Each unique spark joins with our collective to form our spiritual selves today. The pattern forms our individual collective consciousness.

The same holds true for darkness, if we have had a darker existence in previous lifetimes, we may draw more darkness to us in this lifetime. We also may attract sparks of disease, anxiety, subconscious fear and pain, injuries and even deaths that have occurred in past lives.

We have ability to shed what we have brought into our individual collective and to shed what we have picked up that has been attracted to from the greater collective consciousness as we live. Our minds, our spinal cord and our solar plexus act as magnets drawing in the collective sparks that unite to form our collective being, body and soul, this lifetime. We also continue to draw in more sparks during this lifetime on an ongoing basis.

Our bodies are made of a collection of billions of individually acting cells drawn together in one body. Our spirit does exactly the same thing drawing in a collective of individually acting consciousness sparks to form our spirit.

Everything we are now can be changed by releasing the individual consciousness sparks we don’t want and drawing in new sparks that we do want – this is the true essence of free will.

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