We are witnessing an enormous shift of collective consciousness throughout the world. We are at the precipice of great transformation within our culture and government. ~ Zachary Quinto.
The collective consciousness has recently been raised at Blissland events. Most people want to know what it is and how to access it. Opinions differ on what, why or how it even exists. We are firm believers in its reality and have seen the evidence of it numerous times. Simply because someone doesn’t understand something, doesn’t make it impossible. Some have suggested that collective consciousness is the word of ‘God’. Others see it as planetary or universal thinking, a higher collective of thought. We tend to err on the side of caution and consider it as the ether, the space between all things.
You may well have experienced it yourself without realizing. Perhaps you’ve had an idea only to find someone else has acted upon it. Maybe you’ve felt feelings about things before they happen. It could be that you remember something or someone without knowing them – deja vu. Common intuitive experiences provide the best understanding of the collective consciousness. Children are renowned to have the best connection to higher planes. Their brains are unimpeded by life, whilst adults can be emotional wrecks. The innocence of childhood leads to a clearer awareness and acceptance.
Believing in the collective consciousness could be your first step to finding your own creativity. The ability to do something better than others can come from the ego self as in competitions, sports and careers. In other words, having creative ability seems to come from being connected to the collective consciousness. Having appreciation results in being able to pull on its resources. Being passionate and living with purpose can help access the same information. At Blissland we try to promote the importance of finding and following your ultimate purpose. As a result many people are able to find out more about themselves and thereby understand their own challenges.
Showing humility can lead to extraordinary change. We’ve recently had to explain to someone the importance of saying please and thank you. Respecting all people, whatever their age, gender or position shows appreciation, gratitude and understanding. Therefore, giving thanks with real meaning adds to the collective consciousness. As a result if adults can master their intuitive, instinct like children, we’ll all be happier.
Blissland welcomes further discussion on all higher realms xx.