Are you Part of the Two Billion People or The Five Billion People? Big Difference!

pretending to be connected, pretending to be happy Why is it important to recognize that you are not connected?

A full 30%, or two billion people in the world think that they are connected to Source 24/7.

How do I know? I have spoken with some of them. And the total number comes from muscle testing while being connected.

If you ask these same people, they are miserable. What does that say about Source? I ask you.

When I suggested to the ones I have spoken with that they are not connected, they dismissed me. They called me names. They called me an arrogant know-it-all.

Two Billion people.

You see, you can't connect to what you think you are already connected to.

Chances are they won't come around.

Being right is more important to most than being happy, than being nourished, than actually getting connected.

There is no such thing as always connected. There is only connecting. Connecting is like you switch the light on on a switchboard so the Light knows your vessel is open, so it can be filled.

Once it is filled, you are no longer connected. Then later you connect again. The same way.

No shame in that. It is normal. The beauty is in connecting. It is like a request. It is like a handshake. It is like a hug.

Your job is to make something of yourself. And request energy and ammunition as often as you can use it.

Connect and then do what you need to do. Connect again, and life will be smooth, lovely, fulfilling, and you are going to have the energy to build something.

That is your job. Instead of pretending that you are always connected, so you can get off the hook for doing anything in the world.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

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