This Week’s Quotation:

Touching the sacred, it is easy to see that there has been a veil that has hidden the experience of it from human beings. People long to experience it. They sacrifice much to catch even a glimpse of it through religion and spirituality, through art, and through nature. Consciousness is the veil. Thought and feeling, the dual channels of awareness through which a person receives the sacred into experience, can somehow block it. So instead of a clear reception of the awareness of the sacred, they can bring unending static—a self-generated din of disturbance that obscures it, much like a dark thundercloud obscures the sun.

Becoming a Sun p. 154

Revealing the Sacred Reality

Sece Foster
Inspirational Speaker, Spiritual Coach & Attunement Practitioner

If you are reading this blog, you might be feeling like a midwife or death doula for the world right about now. I know I am. I sense the rumblings of an old world dying as the New Earth is being born. Can you feel it as well? 

Birth and death can be painful and messy experiences. Whether it’s a physical experience or a cycle of transformation, surrender will be involved.

It is a sacred act to allow our sovereign soul to fully emerge into this earthly experience. Of course, this means allowing those parts of our human consciousness that block the sacred from our experience to die away so that the divine design can be seen and experienced NOW.

Recently I attended a retreat to do some personal healing. Diving into the shadows, so to speak. The deep limiting patterns of unworthiness and lack, hiding far below the surface of my conscious mind, were like a parasite that fed on my joy. I admit, it was a little scary to surrender to the process, but I knew it had to be done—something had to die so that I could truly live. I can’t begin to describe how this act of courage and surrender has changed things for me. I am now more present in the absolute joy of being alive in this sacred reality. Surrender was the key.

A tidal wave of surrender is needed as humanity awakens to what is true and sacred. Let’s hold tight to one another as we allow the new earth, the sacred reality, to take form.

What does it mean to become a sun?

Every human being is already a sun on the inside—a being of intense love and light. The difference is that some people have the vision and courage to become a sun on the outside. This difference is our human destiny.

3 Responses

  1. Yes. With you above the veil letting the sacred reality be known. THANK YOU, Sece. P.S. the rating stars seem to be broken. I tried to rate you a five but it will only let me rate one star? Am I making a mistake in how I try to use it? In any event I rate this TOPS!

  2. As Tom indicates, the rating stars seem to be broken, but at least I was able to get it up to three stars! Perhaps there is a blockage there, just as there can be in our consciousness if we are not letting “our sovereign soul to fully emerge into this earthly experience.” I’m fully with you in revealing our sacred reality.

  3. Birth and death can be painful and messy experiences. Whether it’s a physical experience or a cycle of transformation, surrender will be involved.

    Yes – painful and messy – thank Heaven for Surrender – don’t leave home without it!!!

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