Sentient and Prescient
Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.
Holy Bible, Psalm 23:5
Now that we have rested and resisted, forsaken and forgotten, what will we create now in the middle of this transformation? Let us remember that we have always known: what we mean to forget, what is transpiring right now within, and what is to come. For what is happening — and is always occurring — is that which we have created within our own minds and catapulted into reality.
Life takes shape when we infuse it with dynamic thought. The opportunities are looming: spirals dancing before our eyes, tempting and solicitous as if to say, “Come here, now!” We march toward that which is beckoning. We are timid at first. Slowly, surely, determinately, we gain confidence. “I am sentient and prescient,” we boldly declare. “I feel all and therefore, I understand everything. I am all, therefore I foretell everything. I create.”
The choices are laid out before us like a table laden with a feast of loaves of bread. fish and wine. This vast spread consisting of worlds without end keeps multiplying whenever we approach. We keep moving toward the light. We partake and fill our bellies. We dine on memory and foreshadowed offerings. We are sated. We then empty ourselves and can begin again.
This is such a time, now. We get to begin again and rewrite history, the present and the future. We are in reset mode. We are revitalizing deadened, misguided thoughts so that we can build anew. It was God’s benevolent grace to give us the keys to the kingdom. We are no longer content to let them clank at our sides. We must use then and see into the future by manifesting a new reality. We are sentient, we are prescient. We see, we know. It is all up to us.
I am revitalized here and now! I go forth and multiply the consciousness in order to create a brand-new world.