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I am a Consciousness Pioneer
Whether you’re a construction worker or an architect, an engineer or physicist, this is not your real job. It’s a way to make a living, pay your bills and perhaps express your talents. My real job is a Consciousness Pioneer. It’s the best job in the world.
A Consciousness Pioneer is one who explores new realms of consciousness and awareness. Not many humans have this title; most are content with following their old karmic and destiny paths. They shudder at the very thought of exploring new levels of consciousness, if they even know what consciousness is. In fact most people are unconscious about consciousness.
A Consciousness Pioneer dives into new feelings, thoughts and emotions. At some point they go beyond thinking and emotion, deep into sensual awareness. They break out of Mass Consciousness limitations, going into the unexplainable and incomprehensible. They imagine the unimaginable and create new levels of consciousness.
The Consciousness Pioneers do this within and for themselves. They often think they are doing this for some internal resolution to their problems and issues but in reality they are doing it because of a deep desire for more, to go beyond, to experience something besides the old and mundane.
Although the Consciousness Pioneer does not do their job in order to save the world or to be spiritual social workers, their work has a profound impact on… everything.
They poke holes in the ceiling of Mass Consciousness so that others may eventually break free of their barriers. By exploring the Unknown and Uncreated they set the standard for others who one day may choose their liberation.
Diepgaande persoonlijke transformatie wordt geïnitieerd door het besef dat je in staat bent tot directe toegang tot het Goddelijke. Dit is het besef dat de wijsheid van het Goddelijke kan worden ontdekt diep in jezelf.
*Shaumbra: humans who have realized their own divinity and strive to embody it in their lives by being conscious creators and integrating all aspects of themselves.
foto credit: Laerke Nissen, photography