Elementary Telepathy

My two teenage kids drive me crazy with all the time they spend using digital gadgets. Hours, literally, can pass by while they focus their attention on some app of some kind or another.

An instinctive reaction by a parent is to bark at them about wasting so much time fiddling around with cell phones, iPods, computers and all the other electronic toys that so easily find their way into our homes.

Lately, however, I’ve been spending a great deal of time thinking about how to find a silver lining in this cloud of digital distraction and if you ponder the overall picture for a while, it becomes obvious that all of this time spent on such devices isn’t really so bad.

The internet, right now, is serving as our unity consciousness, although in a very, very limited way in comparison to telepathy. But that’s what it is; a crude form of telepathy and unity consciousness that humans have learned to embrace and enjoy.

I can’t speak as an expert, but it seems quite obvious to me that the internet was designed into this earth experiment from the start. Without the internet, we lightworkers would be having a terribly tough time and I’m not so sure that earth and her inhabitants could make it to and through ascension without it.

This leads us back to our kids. It doesn’t take a genius to see that the younger generations have mastered this crude form of telepathy. My daughter can manage cell phone texts, emails and surfing the web simultaneously.

The way I see it, the internet and all of these distracting devices have acted as an introductory lesson in telepathy and unity consciousness.

When the time comes for us to relearn these abilities that have sat dormant inside of us, who do you think is gonna take the lead in mastering them very quickly?

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