Unlocking Transcendence

by Rosaria Wetzell (07.10.2020)

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Richard Presser says, "There are Unlocking Transcendence Review messages about our space brothers and sisters coming and saving us," but "such action will simply reinforce the dependency that humanity has developed upon others to guide them when in truth, the key aspect of the process...is the reclaiming of the mastery that we all have, the true spiritual greatness and ability that we all possess when we are not within this restricted form of consciousness." (Emphasis mine.) Right on, Richard! So then why would you need someone else to do a "karmic clearing and rejuvenation command" for you to ascend? You simply need to ascend your consciousness by cultivating a relationship with your higher self--which is also how you gain your mastery. Actually, all you need is an example of someone who has already done this. You need to know 1.) that it can be done, 2.) how it can be done, and 3.) to follow their lead. Sort of like the 100th monkey idea: One monkey does it, and shares with the others how she did it. Then the others follow, until sooner or later, all the monkeys are doing it. Both of the realities above are worlds apart, even though they're both examples of 'faith'. It might be fair to say that an expression of good faith is the applied trust to do something in the belief (i.e. without evidence of assurance) that it is the right thing to do, without experiencing first the promise of the hoped-for outcome. Of course, that must come later. Faith in this way requires trust, which both promises boldly yet knows no guarantees for success; only hoped-for outcomes and a vision for getting there. The Import of Experience One of the things to enhance trust is experience. Take public speaking as an example. Even though we might still get a slightly dry mouth and have little doubts that we'll stumble as we commence, enough experience of success is what gets us through the initial doubting. We say to ourselves, "I've done this enough to know that nerves are normal. I will be okay." The trust we express in our public speaking has been vindicated by the sufficient experience of success. We've done it successfully many times before, so future times when faith is required we feel more confident. Our faith is buoyed by our experience. Our confidence is vindicated by what we now know. In some terms we don't need as much faith, for we know what to expect. Taking 'the leap' is not as risky as it once was.


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