Who We Are: Source’s Most Fragmented Crystallized Imagination

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Who We Are:  Source’s Most Fragmented Crystallized Imagination

Each of Us is a unique expression of SOURCE.

Through each of US, SOURCE experiences itself in a unique and unrepeatable way.

As unique expressions of SOURCE we have infinite possibilities of experiences to choose from.

Each EXPERIENCE is a CYCLE and has a spiral motion.

There are infinite amount of Cycles we can choose from.

Some of US choose to enter the Earthy cycle, an intense curriculum of contrasts and illusions which we call “Physical Experience”.

The Physical Experience or Earth Experience represents probably the most challenging and intense curriculum within the infinite choices of spiral cycles available to our SPIRIT.

The Physical Experience represents most likely one of the most if not the most fragmented experience we can choose from.

It seems that only the strongest and most daring SPIRITs have the courage to accept such an intense series of challenges and deep fragmentations.

In this cycle of experiences the projected physicality of the Spirit is pushed into the highest level of density and separation.

We could probably say that many of those beings we call Angels, Gods, Goddesses, ETs, Celestial beings, etc. are basically Spirits who have not yet found the courage to fully enter the physical experience. They try to find ways to partially and indirectly participate in it, by attaching themselves to those who are fully in the physical experience, and get part of the energy that is created from it. The experiences and challenges we are having with these parasitic entities are also part of the intense curriculum of the Earth experience.

 
Photo:  “WONDERING FACES
Photo by Marco Missinato
 
 
Suggested Listening:
“EARTH ANGELS”
Lyrics by Mirra Rose
Music by Marco Missinato

Who We Are:  Source’s Most Fragmented Crystallized Imagination
Who We Are:  Source’s Most Fragmented Crystallized Imagination