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Greetings! We are excited to share a message with you today about self-identity, which is such an important aspect of being a soul having an embodied human experience.
In your ultimate form, which is Source energy, you are without gender or gender identity, socioeconomic status, hierarchy, sexual preference, race, nationality, cultural identity, or religion. Rather, you are All-That-Is, which is Love. It is only in ego-identification that you attach such significance to these facets of duality. It is only in the embodied human experience where you sort through “this” or “that” and decide which to apply to self. And, in your human incarnations, you have been and will be all of these: every race, creed, color, size, socioeconomic level, appearance, political ideology, intelligence level, religion, sexual preference, nationality, gender identity, and more. Throughout the course of lifetimes of embodiment, you will have the opportunity and ability to choose everything, and you will experience every aspect of being human, including being or doing things that in other incarnations that, in this specific incarnation, you wouldn’t dream of being, choosing, or experiencing.
We wish to tell you this: as you move closer to your true Soul expression while embodied in human form, these lines and differences will blur and fade until they merely become like dress-up clothes. Ultimately, they will become what they were intended to be all along: something that allows you to play with all of the potential experiences of duality while remaining anchored in the Is-ness of Source.
You are not, nor have you ever been, the small I you currently identify with, which is ego. However, in humanity’s current movement back towards recognition of self, other, and Source as inseparable, in your conscious return to Oneness, your small I will exert itself in an order to preserve the illusion. It’s up to you to recognize these collective machinations of ego for what they are: conditioning that pushes back to maintain status quo. They are no more real than the actions of a character in a work of fiction.
What is required is to be brave, bold, trusting, compassionate, and loving. Be courageous enough to express as the “I” you currently identify with, and be brave enough to shift that identity as your own self-perception in your current embodied experience grows. You do not have to be tomorrow as you are today, nor do you have to be today as you were yesterday. You are not required to go through every moment of every day for the rest of this embodied life in the box you have currently labeled as “Me.” Each day ask yourself, “Is this who I truly am today? Is this what I choose, or do I choose something different?” Then, adjust accordingly.
At the same time, have the compassion to allow others to do the same, and make space so that they can. Lovingly address the inequities in the human experience that prevent people from feeling as if they have this choice. Do this from a place of empowerment, compassionately and without force or coercion. Let your vibration of personal power serve as an example to empower others instead of trying to control others to think and experience as you do. Allow others the space to step outside of their box labeled “Me.” Support and honor them, regardless of what that box looks like today and whether it is the same as the box they were in yesterday. It is in this allowing, both of self-expression and how others express, that humanity will begin to soften, shift, and grow into the re-membrance of self as Source, even while in the embodied state.
As your awareness begins its return to re-membering with Oneness, we wish to remind you that each soul moves towards or away from Oneness in their own time along their own path. Each soul will re-member in their own time and their own way. This is the joy and the challenge of the human experience; you’re all going to the same destination, but you each will get there in your own time, space, and manner. It is not up to you to dictate what anyone else’s path looks like, nor is it up to you to direct or manipulate them into expressing in a way that you feel is “right.”
It is the work of your soul to journey along your own path to re-membrance of self as Source while also creating and holding space for others to do it in their own way, in their own time, and along their own path. We urge compassion, love, and understanding rather than fear, vitriol, or prejudice when someone else’s path doesn’t immediately intersect with yours. We understand that in the embodied state, this is a challenge. But it is a worthwhile challenge that all souls incarnated in human bodies encounter, and you get to decide how adeptly you handle that. You get to decide whether your experience comes in peace or tumult. You get to decide whether you respond with compassion and understanding or anger and fear. The path is yours to walk; we will not tell you how it should be. Instead, we come to tell you how it could be if you chose the path of peace, love, compassion, allowing, and understanding as you each continue along your embodied experience.
As always, we, whose awareness remains in Source, walk beside you. We hold you in your fear and sorrow, and we rejoice in your joy, love, and triumph. You are never alone, and we honor your work and play as you navigate the experience of human embodiment. You are always deeply loved.
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Our Greatest Good is created by Karen Frazier, an author, spiritual teacher, psychic medium, and intuitive energy healer who channels a benevolent group of entities called The George Collective. The Georges, as Karen calls them, have been sharing messages of hope and support for humanity with Karen since she was a child.