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Chapter 11: Bringing About Change

Whatever the tasks that your soul has agreed to, whatever its contract with the Universe is, all of the experiences of your life serve to awaken within you the memory of that contract, and to prepare you to fulfill it. —Gary Zukav

How do I know what my contract with the Universe is? What's the plan, and where do I go or what do I do to find the directions, the road map, to get me there?

Somewhere deep within our psyche, just waiting to be awakened, is the answer. All awareness, all knowledge, all knowingness lies within us. Everything we need to know to allow our soul, our essence, to be free and feel, is ready to be remembered. Tools, memories, knowingness, abundance, everything we need to live in peace and harmony has always been there. The problem is that we have forgotten how to access it. We have bought so deeply into the illusion, into what society teaches us, that we have forgotten what we know from the inside out.  

It's time for us to go through a process of unlearning, the process of re-examining what we think we know and how it has contributed to the movie that we find ourselves in.

I am going to take some creative license and repeat what I have often said in my story telling—I've not been able to find where it is written or if it's come to me from an unwritten source—Adam, who according to the Old Testament, upon eating the fruit from the tree of knowledge was thrown out of Paradise by an angry and jealous God, fell into a deep sleep. I have never read that he has ever awakened from this deep sleep. Perhaps we are all actors playing out Adam's worst nightmare, that man is separate and apart from the Creator. This, then, is the original sin—the very thought that we are not a part of the Creator. I feel deeply that if we individually awaken to this truth and pass it on, our movie will change dramatically.

I personally do not believe in an angry or jealous God, but that is my truth; it may not be yours, and that's OK. Defining God and attaching human emotions, a form or body and a personality would limit a concept that is beyond defining and make God into a very small, weak being.  

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