Everything Real

Have you noticed things changing?

I keep getting a message from the universe. It is this: Everything that is not real is now falling apart and will be replaced by a new order based only on what is real.

What is not real? Anything based on ego. Materialism that feeds an identity built on status. Relationships that are superficial. A job that one hates but keeps for the security. The list goes on.

There are two ways we can approach this emerging order. We can either cling to our made-up identities, needs and pseudo security blankets or we can let them all go and embrace what’s real in our lives.

What’s real? Abundance is as close as your next breath and the eggs you had for breakfast. Love that is honest, generous and tolerant. And passionate expression of one’s gifts – regardless of the annual salary.

The new currency is energy. Everything false is only a shell that is devoid of energy. These hollow forms are crumbling all around us. So many have lost their homes only to find that they are living a life that has more meaning. My hair dresser who used to listen to clients talk about their new Gucci bags all day now hears stories of volunteerism.

This shift is not easy, as most of us have an entire belief system based on what the “ideal” life should be like – how we should look, how much money we should have, where we should live, who we should be with…

My belief is that 2012 is the end of the world as we know it. Not like in the movies, but ending nonetheless. Institutions based on greed will continue to fall, and the earth that is being robbed of it’s natural resources in order to feed insatiable consumerism will continue to shutter with grief, and the ocean that is being poisoned with chemicals will continue to roar. But the false world is being replaced by a new world that is shimmering with light and brimming with energy. Those who thrive are those who will gracefully embrace this new reality that is built on substance rather than form.

Our task is to take a rigorous look at any beliefs or behaviors we are holding onto that are based on false ideals and be willing to let them go. We can then surrender to the real and emerging currency of energy. By doing this, we not only help usher in the reality that is at our doorsteps and will take us over if we don’t let it in, but we experience the abundance that is our natural inheritance and the peace that passeth all understanding.

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  1. Agreed!!

    Comment by Religion Hall — October 17, 2011 @ 2:22 am

  2. That is the truth! We are going back to or primordial selves! Praise God! 😉 May he have grace in our transition…cuz it is really hard! xoxo

    Comment by Ferrari Girl — October 25, 2011 @ 11:04 pm

  3. Amen Sister!

    Comment by kkingsley — October 25, 2011 @ 11:12 pm

  4. Thank you so much for sharing this, Kimberly! This is so insightful. Being real is one of the hardest things for people to do, but once you start to take hold of this change, some great things can start unfolding. Getting real though, also means recognizing your strengths. When you are true to yourself with your strengths, your life goes to new levels.

    Gail Kasper, gailkasper.com
    Motivational Speaker and Author, Take Control Of Your Life In Challenging Times

    Comment by Gail Kasper — January 9, 2012 @ 4:51 pm

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