Crystal Walker has been running a wonderful blog for some time now. I just found it today, and I was blown away by how powerful her messages are in this moment of the NOW.
5d Transparency- Summoning the courage to communicate – Is a topic she has been discussing and I find it so poignant in this shifting time. We all have a wealth of wisdom and life experiences to draw from, this is TOTALLY unique to us, and if we do not share it, it will not be heard.
But your sharing is more important then anything right now. Sharing usually means the dreaded word ‘conflict’ because people have opinions and disagreements. BUT THIS IS GOOD! When conflict and disagreement are unfolding between INBODIMENTS, it is because collective soul healing is occurring. Spiritual Reconciliation.
Relationships are heavily manipulated on earth, and they have become a form of mass mind control, keeping the masses closed, blocked, and in turmoil. Crystal clearly understands this and discusses the true beauty of relationships and highlights how it is US and our beliefs about relationships which cause us so much suffering.
Crystal has a wonderful perspective to offer us all, and the wisdom she shares in her blog is deep and intuitive. What I love about finding Beings who are sharing their truth, is how well it resonates with ALL TRUTH. For the truth is sticky and there is only ONE infinite absolute truth, we all have a unique perspective of.
Crystal has a wonderful way of clearly articulating her perspective and truth in an associatable way for even the most darkened mind; a valuable asset in our quest towards ultimate unity and oneness.
Below are 3 of her most recent posts.
Monday, December 2, 2013
Removing a few more limits….
Hey, guys! I’m posting this to let everyone know that I am removing the self-imposed limit on posting the blogs on a reliable and structured basis. I would like to dedicate more time and energy to this blog for many reasons, but I do not like that I have been forcing myself to finish on time and post before I think they are ready. To keep them as authentic as possible I am using the events and feelings around me and within me as inspiration. I see it as a sort of snap shot of how this journey is transpiring sequentially. Because of this, I’d like a little more of an organic flow to the articles’ releases so I am not forced to wrap something in a bow before it has fulled unfolded. This also gives me more freedom and flexibility in my life to have these experiences in the first place.
As some of you might have seen, the topic for this week was 5d Transparency- Summoning the courage to communicate. I’ve been doing A LOT of communicating which has left less time to actually write about it! So, bookmark the blog and/or subscribe and check back regularly. Of course I will also continue to share each piece on Facebook, but I am not going to give myself a deadline anymore because I have always thought it was better to allow the right time, rather than set it in stone. So, once again thank you all so much for reading, and continue to leave comments and share what you’re going through or anything that you like to relate. These are big times we are navigating, and the more experiences we share, the more we can help each other do this.
Love to you all,
Saturday, November 23, 2013
The Sacred and Legal Monogamy- How is traditional marriage going to look in 5d?
Ever since I was a child there was something that never quite settled down comfortably around the idea and practice of marriage. Of course that had a lot to do with the constant dissolving of relationships I saw around me and a basic loss of faith in marriage throughout American society. There is a some form of marriage in many different cultures with differing beliefs and associations around what it means to be “tied” to one person for an extended period of time. Usually forever, or until death, is the implied time frame that is set for this arrangement. The biggest reason I didn’t understand marriage was because I didn’t understand the point of bringing God into the legal system, or bringing the legal system into love. I didn’t think it was possible for anybody to comfortably stay together that long. Marriage seemed more like an act of insecurity than a declaration of devotion simply because I viewed it as signing a contract of ownership over another person before the eyes of all your loved ones. When you legally bind yourself to anything, it is much harder to extricate and this grants us this illusion of security that is so commonly sought in the 3d paradigm. I’m inclined to think we are going to see a drastic reworking of the parameters of marriage if it is to stick around and somewhat retain its common definition. Conversely, those who do find their passion and joy with one special other in that sanctioned way will more than likely find greater success than the prior generation due to our broadening perspective, increased acceptance of others as ourselves, and the self-responsibility of being a creator.
I discovered, as I was asking some friends what they thought marriage might be like in 5d, that there seem to be two camps of thought. There are the people who view marriage as a completely limiting construct of the cabal in order to enslave us further into accepting narrowed choice points, and the people who can see very distinct advantages in that type of rooting. I do believe there is a way to strike a balance between freewill choice within the committed partnership, along with the grounded establishment of the shared living space or family unit.
In the traditional format of marriage, the vows before God entail so much pain, fear, and guilt when they are “broken”. One of the obligatory vows in the traditional definition of marriage is the promise to stay “faithful” meaning you cannot explore other romantic/passionate connections for the rest of your life. And maybe you never want to, but what if you do but can’t? What if you cease growth? Do you steady forward (sometimes not so steady), and immerse yourself in distractions and future points to work toward to avoid the discomfort of an avoided truth? This zombie-sheep way of life is outdated and not what we are willing to settle for any longer. We haven’t wanted to settle for it for a while which is why cheating and divorce are rampant. We followed these rules but resented them, or eventually broke them. Soon and now, they are being rewritten almost entirely as people begin to choose their own designs of life. The corrupt origins of modern religion is one of the biggest causes for our scorn over “cheating/adultery”. We are taught that stepping outside of the marriage or relationship is a hurtful thing to do, so by virtue of this we are hurt when it happens to us. It is also a MUCH bigger deal in the form of “adultery” because of these religious mandates from the Bible. Aside from religion, many of our beliefs around marriage and its sustainability come from the relationship we witnessed between our parents and other adults close to our experience. But we all have freewill and now understand that anything truly is what we make it. We are now able to cast off indoctrination and write the play our way.
If an agreeable understanding is reached between the two partners, and they initiate a semi-traditional marriage happening in 5d awareness, what does it look like? What are the advantages of grounding in a primary person while living an expanded and sovereign way of life? Whenever two people love each other so deeply that a soul connection is present, they want nothing more than to be together. There’s a palpable yearning because this relationship throws them into great depths that they wish to explore within themselves. The closer they get, the deeper they swim and this is of course easier to do when they are your main focus. The connection does not necessarily imply exclusivity, but it is strong and undeniably prioritized nonetheless. A love like this gives great contrasting experiences leading to tremendous growth as it carries on. Maintaining a home and raising a child together are great facilitators of this sort of depth and merging of energy. A stable home and a consistent co-parent are grounding requirements for many humans at this point. Its continued presence as a fundamental aspect of our culture in the way we structure our lives means it’s still serving us, and I think it is one of the best ways that we have found to get to the guts of our long-hidden truths.
Is a marriage just as valid if it is not legal? Who said you had to do it the “real” way? Frankly, I am completely on board with some form of committed marriage-type relationship as long as the legal aspect is removed entirely. I am not super excited about the “ownership” that the rings imply, either. A friend I spoke with then asked me how I could even call it marriage, and asked what that sort of bonding even means to me. My spiritual path has lead me to a great appreciation of ceremony and ritual, and my romantic heart has always appreciated having a special person to be with, so a sanctifying event of one sort of another falls in line with that. My parameters have been tweaked quite a bit, and I suspect this is becoming true for many. However, I do enjoy a shared domestic experience and this could look a lot like a marriage to anybody outside the space. At that point, though, does it really even matter if a legal piece of paper and merging of identities/names has actually happened?
The basic point here is that we can have anything we want. We have all the power of the universe to design exactly the type of relationship we would like to experience at any given moment. We can write the rules or chuck them altogether, but it is always about CHOICE. We do not have to conform our hearts to fit obsolete depictions of the “right” or “proper” relational dynamic. We really can afford to trust that there is a partner out there (several, even) who will be precisely tailored to share our preferences for relationship customization. We don’t need to settle down with the first person we fall in love with, nor do we need to feel like we are stuck with them if we do make that choice. We can change our minds. The most important thing is to follow your heart in the most loving and compassionate way that you can. This is when we stop settling. This is when we start designing.
Friday, November 15, 2013
The True Vibration of 5D, JOY!- Lightening up and the importance of play
As important as it is to goof around with the people that you love, it is equally if not MORE important to do this with yourself, too. We all have things we do that fill us with giggly, little-kid joy. We have things we are so passionate about that they completely absorb us and we lose track of time while we’re doing them. How often do you actually DO that thing that you love so much? This is your soul’s calling and is important to pursue, and not just for the added benefit that we only actually age the amount of time we feel has gone by! I cannot even count how many times I have burst out laughing in a room all by myself watching cat videos on YouTube. I know I am basically equating following your passion with simply joking around because the timeless vibrational essence is the same. I tend to think that children are our best examples to follow. What better way to connect with your inner child than to study how they are able to not only stay in the moment feeling their joy, but also unapologetically do exactly what excites them the most.
I think I have laughed more in the past 3 months than I have in a very long time. In my group in particular, our senses of humor just mesh well. We all have a really easy flowing banter, and the ability to crack each other up constantly. Personally, I go crazy in living spaces with discordant styles of humor, or with people who can’t take a crass or sarcastic joke. Fortunately for us, we can all talk freely, loudly, and openly. And every time we laugh together and just have fun, every time all of you laugh together and have fun, you literally shift the entire vibration of the environment. One more wall comes down, one more moment of oneness with another is enjoyed, and that much closer we bring the new world.
Now let’s talk about sex. I think this is the right blog entry to bring it up in earnest, as I’ve merely mentioned it in passing prior to now. I think a spirit of playfulness isespecially important in a sexual relationship. There’s a lot to be said for romance, sacred sex, and tantric practices. There are also a few things to say about rough, steamy, tear-the-room-apart sex that leaves bruises and scratches. In either scenario, it seems to me that the deeper and more profound the sexual experience goes, the more likely it is to connect you to inner recesses of past sexual programming, or very deeply buried aspects of your psyche and heart. A lot of emotional messiness can come from sex for this very reason, but a lot of it can be avoided when a spirit of playfulness is present. We really can lighten up a little more about this stuff. Now, I am by no means claiming that I have sex figured out. But one thing I certainly have noticed is that when everything is bogged down in too much seriousness, disconnections can happen needlessly. If you can laugh together about something that might be a sexual disaster in most views, you’re going to be able to plow through it easily and with minimal (if any) fallout.
After an extensive period of emotional work in a relationship, the opportunity to play around is a welcome breath of fresh air. It doesn’t even have to be an extensive period. Sometimes, making a joke after even a small argument is an absolutely welcome break in what might have otherwise gathered uncomfortable momentum. Generally speaking, staying easy about things and even messing with your friends/lovers is an awesome way to stay in harmony with your inner child. When we make this youthful essence our proclivity, it’s amazing how much our projections fall in line through such perfect synchronicity that we wonder what we were ever so serious about in the first place.