For the Newly Awakened-a Primer

In early June I wrote this primer for my family as a reference they could turn to during their initial confusion. Unfortunately, there has been no need for them to see it. Yet.


Good morning! Welcome back! You’ve been away for what seems like a very long time, but your deep slumber hasn’t spanned as much of this “time” as you think. Really. Actually, “time” is a cooked up feature of the illusion you now find yourself in. Like all the other features that comprise this matrix, it’s well crafted.

Truths are now pouring down on your head like a soaking rain during the monsoon season in a jungle. Forget about grabbing an umbrella and trying to protect yourself from getting wet, you’re gonna get drenched. We all do when we wake up. Try not to drown.

Read on for a few helpful hints and tips, compiled by someone who has been through this amazing process, and while you do, expend some effort to remain calm and fight back the urge to panic.

1. Don’t panic.

2. This is not reality. Well, it is, but what you will find confusing is that it’s only an infinitesimal sliver of reality. There’s much more landscape ahead.

3. All will be well. Regardless of what you’re hearing from scores of sources, our outlook is rosy. Very rosy, in fact.

4. Need answers? They’re built right inside you. No kidding. Once your DNA computer is reprogrammed, you’ll feel like Albert Einstein on one of his best days.

5. In the meantime? Surf the web and check out blogs and websites like this one for information and advice. You may have come across such a site before and considered what you saw there a compendium of ridiculous nonsense. It’s quite alright. Now you know better.

6. Watch carefully. This experiment you’re living in is helping to define who you are and it uses a large array of contraptions to confuse and confound you. Seek peace within yourself. Don’t believe anything that attempts to scare you.

7. This is an experiment. Believe it or not, what you see around you is like a gigantic holograph and not only that, you chose to be here to play around in it.

8. Don’t be afraid. A very large part of your participation in this setting has to do with fear and love, or more specifically, choosing between the two. Choose love and you’ll sail into the sunset. Choose fear and you’ll sink like an anchor.

9. You’re not alone. You’ve never been alone. You’re so swamped and crowded with spiritual guides, angels, ascended masters and beings of assorted shapes and colors, that the space around you is like riding on a New York city subway during Friday afternoon rush hour.

10. We’re going home. The chunk of land on which you sit might seem very familiar and even heartwarming, which is a good thing, but it’s just not from where you originally appeared. Your true home is fantastically more beautiful and wondrous than this place.

What lies ahead for all of us is the saga of our voyage.

Our return voyage to our true home and to who we really are.

Happy trails!

2 thoughts on “For the Newly Awakened-a Primer

  1. Hmmmmm…….. I see a Tibetian Master sitting on a pillow in a monastery high in the Himalayan mountains speaking to a group of children who hang on to his every word. On this side of the planet he is Mike, and frustrated, because no one cares what he has to say, and their ears are plugged with wax. Quite possible you know!

  2. Karma007 says:

    I only have two friends and Warren who are semi awake at this point. Both of my friends are deeply religious and Warren and I are more spiritual in our beliefs.

    I don’t even know how to broach the subject with some friends. They just assume that since I lived in Boulder, the land of tree huggers and new agers, that I have adopted an alternative view of life.

    Most are too involved with work, keeping up with the Jones’s, and worshiping the almighty dollar. Only when I stopped these things in my own life back in the 80’s, could I open up to a different perspective on life as we know it.

    You are very perceptive Yvonne, that if we are awake, who is to say the rest of humanity should also awaken. I feel uncomfortable at times having to point out something to Warren. I will continue to put sutle info out there to the receptive audience that will listen.

    Mike that check list will come in handy one day, I appreciate the humor interjected to lighten the subject matter.

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