‘Thinking’ and ‘saying’ are the same thing in collective consciousness, yet a human in body must have ears to hear. They will miss more than 90% of the meaning of a particular communication because they have trouble hearing on a conscious level, everything they perceive is done in the mind which only has room for a very small portion of reality.
Opening up to the greater whole, tuning in to the bigger picture of what life truly is about, can be a challenge. Our ‘training’ has taught us to be closed and guarded.
The natural connection to this truth, for most people, is stripped from the mind as a child … they are indoctrinated into this world and the ‘reality’ which must be lived in. This narrow view has been created in order to keep humanity in check, to keep them from asking questions, to get them to ‘do as they are told’.
As youngsters most people ask many questions, so many that the parents get exasperated trying to keep up with what they perceive as silly questions. Eventually, we may have just stopped asking, for it becomes clear that this inquisitive mind is bothersome. We begin to search for answers on our own, without assistance, and perhaps find trouble which could have been avoided.
It is time to start asking questions again. It is time to claim the right to be annoying to those who have no desire to answer these questions.
Reclaiming that which has been taken from us is in progress. All people who begin to ask questions again are opening pathways to the clear truth which has been hidden for so long.