Pushing through the veils

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Our ship is close by now, pushing through the last of the veils off the coast line of third dimension. It has not been easy for it to find us here in this thick fog of illusion. Soon it will drop anchor and boarding will begin for the voyage to 5D. I hope we are all ready to climb aboard and set sail. We cannot bring baggage with us for this ship cannot be weighed down with unnecessary weight, but rather it must travel light, high atop the waves where the wind is strongest to push us along. The time is now for letting go of all that we no longer need to falsely define who we are. It is time to pare down to the core of all that is and discard the rest. It is a time also of releasing our need to control and hold on to everything out of fear that what we have is all there is. Scarcity thinking is self-limiting and our new life is all about expansion beyond where we are now. Think big and it shall be!

I think for many recently it has been a time of letting go of what we felt we needed to make us who we are. As if we aren’t everything we need to be just as we are! Holding on to and having control of are both born out of the same insecurity we call fear. In order to let go of those needs we need to dig deep within and ask ourselves what are we afraid of. I had a conversation with a friend yesterday about releasing our control over our children. That is a tough one to do! I was telling her about how I had to release my protection over my son. I used to hound him about the dangers of cell phones which irked him no end. I finally had to release my need to keep him safe and let him fly away into his own life. If he were to get a brain tumor from using his cell phone it was his choice and if he should die, it was his time to depart for he had obviously completed his mission he came to earth with to complete and it is his time to go. We give birth but then we must release so the child can grow into whomever they are meant to be.

Would I be sad if he died? I would be devastated but far less than I would have been before this journey. My devastation would have been my loss of him, my own longing to want him here allow me to continue to be a mom in my old way of thinking and the hole in my heart would have been immense. Today I know there is no such thing as death, our spirits continue on forever and eternity, I know to hold on only interferes with their own missions, they need the freedom to be who they need to be to complete their missions. If he were to go, I do not stop being who I am, he did not define who I was, being his mother did not define who I was, I am me as I came into this life to be. I would hope I could focus on the joys he brought to my life and my accomplishments at raising him well and be grateful for the short amount of time he was with me and to feel proud at my ability to let go of him and allow his wings to fly wherever they chose to go.

As we push through each one of our veils that need clearing away our lives become lighter. We become less stuck in the muck we have been mired in our entire lives and breathing becomes easier. It is not easy coming to grips with these veils we must pull aside. There is often much floor walking and hand wringing to go through to settle out with yourself. Life is not easy to get through in 3D. We must face these trials and tribulations with strength and determination, we must find our courage to go through uncomfortable moments, hours or days to find our answers and come to grips with things. Once through the process, everything becomes lighter and you move up a level. It takes faith that when you come out the other end of the tunnel all will be well. Trust! That emotion we find so hard to get a hold of, but we must. Yes we have been lied to our entire lives, but the time must eventually come to choose ‘do I continue to mistrust the world or do I choose to trust again?’

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Blessings to us all,

Visionkeeper

About Visionkeeper

I am a seeker and a visionary with a strong desire to see the world move beyond the darkness and oppression and shift forward into light and higher consciousness. It is my earthly mission to offer hope to the world and awaken the slumbering people so that we may all come together and co-create a loving and compassionate world.
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16 Responses to Pushing through the veils

  1. susieq777 says:

    My fear is of starving to death. I realise that so often my thoughts centre around food. Many of those are because I love food, and its symbolism, and its myriad ways of being used, and the complexity and variety of food the earth supplies us is truly amazing. But then I worry about the safety of the food system here in Australia, and I worry about starving to death. I wonder what that says about me? I mean, for all I know, starving to death is probably one of the less painful ways to die. You just sort of fade out 🙂

    But I would like to get rid of that fear, most definitely. I mean, on the one hand it involves preparation – making sure that you have enough to survive if something goes wrong. That is a form of feeding yourself as well which I don’t think is based on fear but is based on clear eyed preparation. That’s why I planted a veggie garden … but everything has died in it! (she wailed). I’m a beginner when it comes to veggies and they all died. Which made me feel sad. So on the weekend I am going to buy some more seedlings and start again 🙂 It is the most spiritual of practices, sending your hands down into the earth, putting your food in there 🙂

    • Visionkeeper says:

      Hey SQ…Did you have issues with not getting enough food as a child by any chance? it often leads to scarcity thinking.Just remember it is impossible to feel love and fear at the same time so if you are fearing starving to death you are not in a state of love. Sounds like you are having the same problem many others are having right now…Being able to trust the universe. To live fear free one must stay in a loving state and completely trust the universe will provide for you if you just ask for help. Our trust here in America is shot to hell after what has been done to us, I don’t know about Aussieland..Once trust is destroyed like that it is not easy to get back. Takes a lot of work. It also speaks to trust you have about yourself. If you truly believe in yourself you have a deep trust that you are able to care for yourself no matter what….So try to stop allowing fearful thoughts into your mind. If one comes in kick it out! Then work on trust in yourself. We are all filled with old tapes that play over and over again but what is on those tapes is nothing more than what we perceive to be true.Who says what you are perceiving IS the truth? It most likely isn’t so you spend your entire life centered around lies that alter how you live!!! Go ahead and prove yourself wrong! Growing a garden was a good first step! Now we just gotta keep it alive 🙂 After you plant the seedlings you have to keep it well watered so they have a chance to root firmly in the ground. The soil has to have a good base of nutrients like compost material, manure etc. and adequate sunlight. At least 8 hrs is best. Any ideas where you might have gone wrong the first try? Research starting a garden on the internet as that will help…Hang in there girl….Got questions? Come on back…VK

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  3. singingbones says:

    I liked your wise words also, VK… and like the others here have also had to let go of my children in all the ways, except for loving them more than ever, now from a distance in miles but as I remind myself and them often, ever close in our hearts. It has been the greatest and most painful and difficult learning of my whole life. It’s true what Raven writes about non-attachment, and what can a parent be more attached to than their own flesh and blood? Thanks for the insights and encouragment. Blessings on your new moon week…. SB

    • Visionkeeper says:

      Thanks SB…Appreciate that! Yes our kids are still attached to us not by the umbilical cord but by our heart strings! It will always be this way, but we must release them to fly away…..VK

  4. Great post, VK. I need to learn to be less controlling than I am… your post has made me realise exactly how controlling I can be, although I don’t really want to be, I feel I need things in a certain way. Frightening really. I’ll have to let that go! I’m all for going with the Universe too!

    • Visionkeeper says:

      Thanks T….
      Giving up control is the hardest thing to let go of. Especially if your life was chaotic and maintaining control was the only way to survive it. That was me! I still prefer control of my life but have released my need for control over others. It is an ongoing battle. Good luck reeling in your control T….Blessings…VK

  5. Raven says:

    I was never a mother so I have no idea what all this feels like, but I have been a Buddhist for a long while and what you’re describing is non-attachment. Very Zen of you, VK! Buddhism brought me many insights but I’m going to have to leave it behind as well when I get on the ship. Interesting that you chose that symbol because I was just reading a rather silly thing about all of us getting on starships. Beam me up, Scotty! I’m giving her all she’s got, Captain!

    • Visionkeeper says:

      Made me chuckle Raven in an otherwise crappy day 🙂 Thanks…Never thought of myself as zen like…..I have a sailing ship on my business card for counseling as I think of all we are going through as sailing along on a journey. My business is called Visionkeepers. So yes, Scotty will beam you up, just stay out of the hologram room…Big trouble! VK

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  9. Purpleskyz says:

    Many years ago I listened to a radio program about parental control and letting go. It really sunk in and showed me how so very controlling I was to the kids. I still work on this every day. The urge to tell my daughter to take her coat cause it is cold outside is overwhelming at times. I probably have a build up of scar tissue from biting my tongue to keep it from speaking unnecessary directives. Now… I find it helpful to remove myself from the room and go into my garage for a moment so I can also remove the urge to be uber Mom.
    As for 5d….. I don’t think I am ready to “die”, “ascend” or leave my kids or grand sons. Oh there is that control thingy again. I need a lot of work. 🙂

    Here is something that I am wondering about this morning. Woke up in the middle of the night with the phrase… Time Management, Time Manipulation….. being spoken to me repeatedly. Does this mean anything to anyone? I was given the feeling that I should put this out there as it might mean something to someone else.

    Have a wonderful day ALL!
    Much LOVE to ALL here!

    • Visionkeeper says:

      I am sure they are messing with time right now as the time lines are merging to one and they definitely want us on THEIR time not ours! The whole time travel thingy they have been doing from the jump room tells me they are trying to control time in a big way. I think the universe has a more powerful plan however 🙂 I vote to go with the universe! Have a good one Skyz… VK

  10. Eileen says:

    Great post VK. Letting go of our children is a tough one… and yet … this release of perceived `control’ has left me feeling so much freer. It was a tough nut to crack … and I heard it … felt it .. and was even given a word `fissure’ for it …
    I am left feeling freer now though. I realise that it is all part of this experience … another test along the way… one of the toughest and one of the last I feel. It is a necessary step.
    Many thanks and much love
    Eileen

    • Visionkeeper says:

      I agree my friend, it is perhaps the toughest one we have to face and yes, hopefully one of the last. I am having to deal with a huge test right now and hopefully it will be my last, or at least the last BIG one I must get beyond.You can’t do anything but dig deep and face it all no matter how uncomfortable it becomes, because if you don’t do the dirty work so to speak, you won’t get past it. We are all getting there! We are working hard and if nothing shows up after the 2012 shift date all will not have been in vain for we will all be better people for it. Glad you made it through your trial and tribulation test! Happy soaring Eileen…Blessings and love…VK

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