“Can I just be free?” declares Khiara.
My 8 years old daughter is vocal about how she feels and isn’t afraid to point out the obvious.
“do you not feel free?” I ask her, “No!” she says :”not when I spend all day in a cage”. By this stage of our conversation I am curious, I want to find out more about her view on freedom but I don’t want to probe or plant anything in her mind. Kids are amazing learners and they can feel everything that enters their energy field. So I allow her to speak, in between sips of her pink milk I allow the silence and just listen:
” Well we are in a cage all day, like birds looking around and up… We sit in class, we run in the playground and then we go home. Then there are these adults that just spend all day watching us, telling us what to do, how to speak, what to wear, how to think and who to play with…. I mean, I will get in so so much trouble if I say to someone, I don’t like you so I am not going to play with you, I mean that’s just ridiculous because then I have to pretend to like this person when I just don’t. I don’t think these adults know what they’re doing, because if they did they would smile more and actually enjoy kids company.
You know children are not stupid, we see what’s going on.”
And with that she moved on to an entirely different subject.
Often adults forget that we too were children once and we too felt caged and restricted by society, some still feel this restriction even in adult life.
This cycle has been in motion, unseen for a while and the chain holding it together is rusty and stiff, it’s hard to spin; forcing it to turn is only going to break it.
Now is the time for change. Time for the chain to break. I can feel it in the air, it’s heavy, strong and the stench is unbearable that people are falling apart, collapsing, breaking down, dying to this false reality built for us by a cycle of fear.. This is happening everywhere and to anyone resisting their calling, resisting the change. What may feel like a break down, faling apart, depression, self loathing is really the road to surrender, to connect with the one who sees all. Your inner child.
To resist is to struggle and whatever you experience positively, you can experience negatively. Your role now is to choose to live either in resistance or in harmony with the natural law.
In the 80s we saw the age of form, our obsession with material success and measuring our self worth with the exterior world soon came down crashing in the 90s when many cultures and civilisations collapsed bringing forth the new generation of flower children and unlike their precedetors of the 60s movement, this evolved flower child is equipped and prepared for the resistance, they know what’s coming. They can see it.
Their work has started and changes have been made already.
You’re reading this because you have been stirred by one.
Now is the time for the evolution of the mind, we are ascending to a new age.
The age of expansion.
Let go and live
To your Devine success