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Is this the Apocalypse?

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What we need to know, God will put in front of us. Last week a friend of mine triggered my curiosity as she began to discuss what the Bible has to say about what is going on in the world. Could we be in the apocalypse?

According to Luke 21 in the King James Bible, which was released in 1611, in the apocalypse, there would be much destruction, fighting, and natural disasters. Here is a link to read it in its entirety.

https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke%2021&version=KJV

After reading this, which ironically enough was sent to me a couple of days later by a completely different friend who did not know my other friend, I began to think about what is the apocalypse.

I also follow astrology a bit and according to astrologers, this is the beginning of the Aquarian age. We have left the age of Pisces which was all about land and material things, and are entering into an age of love. I know, it doesn’t seem like 2020 has been a year of love, but chaos promotes change. All the challenging things and the truths have to be brought to the surface to be cleaned out. The age of love means that we will no longer place value on material things and survival, but rather shift our focus to relationships, enjoyment, and living a more spiritually full filling life. The definition of apocalypse according to the Oxford Dictionary is an event involving destruction or damage on an awesome or catastrophic scale. Out goes a world filled with the 7 deadliest sins (https://www.bibleinfo.com/en/questions/what-are-seven-deadly-sins) which ruled the Pisces age and in with spirituality and love as our primary focus in the Aquarian age.

Now, back to Luke 21. This was written in 1611. What is described in Luke 21 could pertain to several time periods since Luke 21. Imagine how people felt during the Revolutionary War, The Civil Way, World War 1 and 2, and Vietnam? Could we be feeling the same way during this pandemic full of fear and anger? Could the apocalypse have been multiple times as we shift closer and closer to being 1 with God in whatever form we are, human or spirit? Could all these events be an opportunity for us to come closer to God and to see our wholeness rather than division? All of those wars brought multiple countries and people together and though they were very trying during the events, the aftermath has led to a much better life for so many people. I don’t know about you, but if I were a Jewish girl living in Germany in 1940, I may have thought the apocalypse was then.

Luke 21 says be not terrified and proceeds to say that not a hair on your head will be harmed. Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away. Could these words mean that we shall all be one with God? There will be no division between Heaven and Earth. Earth will be Heaven and vise versa. I truly believe that we make our lives Heaven or Hell. We are our own worst enemy and it is man and ourselves that create Hell, not God. One of the Seven Deadliest sins according to the bible is wrath, a strong anger and hate toward another person. God is not wrathful as that would make him sinful, which God is not. Instead, will our Heaven on earth show us that we are not male and female, black or white, Irish or Italian, etc., but rather one pure light of God? Maybe the destruction is our way of thinking.

The bottom line, be not afraid. Live in love. Hold faith. Maybe this is not your belief. That’s ok, but wouldn’t it be far more comforting and give you far more hope and do the world far more good to believe in love rather than fear?

 

Voyage to HEAL Weekly Task

 

Stretch: Grab a washcloth. Fold it in 3 in a rectangular shape. Lay on your back with knees bent or straight and place the washcloth under your sacrum at the base of your spine between your glutes. Lay there for at least 10 minutes or more as you repeat this week’s perspective enlightenment.

 

Exercise: As you lay on your back, activate your core muscles by rolling your pelvis back toward the bed as if zipping up your pants. I think of this as tucking my tail under like a scared dog. This engages the core muscles. Make sure not to push with your legs. Let this all be using your core muscles. See them flatten as your pelvis rolls back and your back imprints on the bed. Try this 10 times holding for 5 seconds.

 

Habitual Correction: Do you sit with your knees touching and your hips rolled inward? Try to keep your knees slightly apart.

 

Perspective Enlightenment: I have survived and I am safe. I see the world with love. I view myself as a soul with a body rather than a body with a soul. Holding this belief brings me comfort to know that I am always safe for my soul can never be harmed.

 

This week’s Voyage to HEAL coincides with week 2, Psoas, Piriformis, and Sacral stretches with the underlying message that you are safe.  

 

Godspeed on your Voyage to HEAL learning Healthy Everyday Activities for Life.

Love,

Jocelyn

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