2012 is the peak of a Cycle of Human Awakening to a higher level of existence. This awakening happens at a consciousness and energy level. It is the climactic moment of transformation of Earth and its people, a time that started years ago; some elders say in the 60s, others in the 90s.
People who know nothing about the Mayan Prophecies see what is happening now in Japan with the earthquake and the Pacific tsunami, and go into a panic, quoting prophecies they have never studied.
Other people, who may have been mildly interested in the Mayan Prophecies or have seen the fear-mongering movies or fiction created by ignorant people supposedly based on the prophecies; wake up from their sleep. But they wake up from their carelessness about what we are doing to earth to a state of fear; not to a state of wakefulness. This is like waking from a nightmare into another nightmare.
Waking from pain and fear to wisdom and love
The nightmare we have been living in is the state of fear, separation and pain. This is how we’ve been living for centuries, regardless of our scientific discoveries and apparent sophistication. This is the self that needs to die. We need to wake up to a life based on conscious, free choice, Oneness and love.
End-of-world Panic is Avoidance
The people who are crying “end of the world” see the spreading damage of the Japanese nuclear disaster that has taken thousands of lives; they then add this disaster to what happened in New Orleans and Haiti and the meltdown in Antarctica. They hear that the earth axis has shifted and time has been affected, and that it’s raining radioactivity. Their primitive survival instinct is aroused and they react from fear ~the primary reaction in our old human conditioning takes over. When they launch the fear-based end of the world cry, they become agents of fear.
This fear is a cope out. It’s a way of not looking at consequences; of not seeing their –our role—in what is happening. Going into a panic is a way of avoiding assuming our responsibility because to assume our leadership we need to take a close, unadulterated look at how these disasters came to be. Fear keeps us in the victim stance. “This is happening to me. Help!”
“The world is ending” is equivalent to “life is happening to me and I’m not responsible because I’m helpless.” It may help you to avoid painful reflection, but it is ultimately a disempowering script.
It is NOT the end of the world. The 2012 Mayan Prophecies have nothing to do with doomsday as western end-of-the-world religions habits know it.
Mayans did not see time as linear, but as cyclical and circular. 2012 is not the end of a linear timeline that goes “off the edge of the earth,” (so to speak) taking us with it. It is instead the time to come back home in the circle of evolution, to complete another ring of consciousness in the Sacred Spiral of Growth.
Back home? Back home to what?
The Mayan view of time is circular. We are coming back to ourselves, a human consciousness from the past that is also our future. Find out more in the next article of the series, where you will also learn why this Emergencies add up to a great Emergence for humans and Earth alike.
Light and love,
The Dream Alchemist
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