“Mysticism” - walking through the mist in search of something. Through the intangible haze, you somehow forgot that you were searching for yourself. So instead, you begin looking for others who are in the mist too. They come into view momentarily, and then disappear again in an elusive dance. Jesus, Buddha, God, saints and angel, ascended masters and shamans. You are meant to see aspects of yourself in each of them, but instead you personified them, and tried to cast off everything else from your psyche that was not them. But that left you fragmented. Eventually, you must stop wandering around the mist. You sit down within the mist and make peace with it. You close your eyes and draw it all in. And then you realize you kept coming face to face with yourself, not some deity. And then you draw all of these aspects of yourself back into you, and open your eyes. The mist is gone. You have found yourself. The only question is, how long will you wander and stumble around in the mist before you recognize yourself in God’s eyes?
With so much happening in our own communities, you may not have heard that there was an earthquake in Croatia today. In fact, there have been earthquakes in Utah, Tibet, and Nevada as well this week. As much as some reading this may be trying to manage their fears at this time, can you imagine also dealing with earthquakes? And as our friends in Puerto Rico can tell you, it’s never just one. The tremors keep coming, raising your sense of “when is the other shoe going to drop”.
At this point, many will say “Are you fucking kidding me? Now this too? What are the chances?” It may seem like chance, but it is not. Each area has contracted their own ascension path, and the beings of the land have set the stage and put into motion the necessary conditions to promote this.
Do you not see how deep this time of change is? How inescapable? It is not meant to engulf you in fear. It is meant to shake you to your very core so that you will unplug from all the programs you have running in autopilot until now. It is meant to break down the system so that a new one can be erected. What we had was not fixable. It must be wiped clean.
Breath deeply. Allow yourself to let go without fear. Do not be so desperate to preserve this way of life. Your desperation is fear induced.
The earth is shifting and changing. You may feel it slipping from under your feet as everything around your morphs. This is why we continue to guide you not to ground into the earth, and to ground into your physical body instead. Center yourself. Find yourself. Tap in to your own divine guidance that comes from your Higher Self and I Am at Source.
If you feel you need assistance at this time, I am available for a Marconic No-Touch remote session. This is designed to help you raise your vibration so that you can find alignment with your Higher Self and shed density, programming, and karma. You can find more information on my home page.
Written By: Elizabeth DiPace means Peace
We got settled into our new campground in Apopka, FL, yesterday, after being given 48 hour notice to leave CB Smith county park.
To catch everyone up, we had 3 weeks left on our stay at CB Smith. It truly is our favorite campground, with lots of green open spaces, lakes, exercise trails, and more. I love the land and cherish our stays there. I really like that they don’t pack you into close quarters as other campgrounds do. But the introduction of new animals at the park is what made our stay even more magical this season. We made friends with a beautiful peacock we named Sasha, and two bunnies named Rebecca and Bernadette. While the bunnies wouldn't let us pet them or pick them up, my heart would leap for joy each time they hopped up to me and took a carrot from my hand.
We always knew we'd be leaving, but didn't worry about the rabbits. Plenty of other campers there to look after them, and lots of grass and plants for them to eat. But never in our wildest dreams could we have known that they would kick all the campers out with 48 hour notice, and that the National Guard would move in and militarize the beautiful land.
The bunnies seemed to sense something was happening. They spent way more time around us than normal in the final days. We grew concerned as we saw the park emptying out. Less cars and RV's meant less safe places for the rabbits to hide from hawks and other predators. They suddenly appeared very vulnerable to me.
They were under the car when we finally had to leave. They normally run whenever we get into the car and start the engine, but this time they wouldn't move. I had to get a stick to scare them out, but even then they were resistant. They didn't want us to leave, but didn't want to come with us either.
As we made our exodus from the park, the military presence was already strong, with about 500 uniformed personnel from my guess, under tents and manning barricades. I watched as the peacock approached them, hoping to make new friends. And my heart broke to see this magical place turn into something very different. Will they cherish the land as we did? Will they protect the animals as we did?
Like many others, by Monday morning we were set to self quarantine for a few weeks. Forced though it may be, we were looking forward to the quiet space to tune in and nurture our souls. Instead, this week has been a very hectic week of running last minute errands all over South Florida to prepare to leave for the season in 48 hours instead of our planned 3 weeks. But we're in our new temp campground now. Next to an airport, the train tracks, and a busy road, crowded in close to other campers. When does the peaceful downtime begin? I'll admit, I am filled with a sense of grief. But the loud plane over my head drowns it all out.
Written By: Elizabeth DiPace means Peace
Grounding into your physical body requires trust and love. Do you love and respect your body, or have you spent your entire life trying to escape it? When is the last time you spoke words of love to your body?
You have heard me say before that you should ground into your physical body instead of the earth. This is very hard to do if you do not trust your body.
Perhaps others have abused or assaulted your body. Or perhaps you have abused your body yourself? Self abuse takes on many forms, from overeating, starvation, denying your body the proper nutrients and fuel it needs, cutting, drugs, alcohol, to hyper self criticism.
A body has consciousness of its own. When it has been abused, it makes it hard for us to respect it or trust it enough to feel fully present within it. It is important to remember that you chose that body prior to coming here. You felt it would be the proper vehicle for your human experience. It is a symbiotic relationship. The soul must have a body to have a human experience, and the body needs a soul.
If you have been resentful towards your body, or treated it poorly, or have experienced abuse from others towards your body, then a level of healing is needed before you can fully ground into your body. You can begin this healing process immediately by speaking words of love and appreciation to your body.
Each step you take is a blessing. Thank your feet and legs for the millions of steps it has taken.
Each breath is a blessing. Thank your lungs and diaphragm for your every breath.
Even the fat cells in your body are working overtime to protect you from the toxins you’ve ingested over the years.
Spend some time in the coming weeks to connect fully with each part of your body. Say words of love and appreciation to your body. Make it part of your daily ritual to bless and thank your body as you shower or apply lotion. Notice how it responds. Notice how your attitude towards your body shifts and changes. Notice how your attitude towards yourself changes.
Then start setting the intention when you ground that you are grounding into your physical body. How does that feel? See how the connection gets stronger each day. See how you start to become fully present.
These are important steps for self healing, and no one can do it for you.
Written by: Elizabeth DiPace means Peace
In the Marconic energy classes, we talk a lot about misplaced compassion, detachment, and observation. These are extremely important lessons for Light Workers and those on the ascension path, especially as you look around and see all that is happening in the world.
Recently, while sitting near the ocean in Marco Island, I was given a great example of these lessons. The group I was with had lunch served to us on the beach. Seagulls swarmed the area, waiting for their moment to feast on our leftovers. I watched as one found a meaty morsel, and was immediately pounced upon by four other seagulls in a effort to steal that which he worked so hard to find. The defending bird seemed to fly in many directions all at once in an attempt to shake off the other gulls. Eventually, only one aggressive gull remained, and he seemed to be twice the size of his adversary.
The two put up quite a struggle, and I had a moment of pity for the defending seagull. I felt as if he was being bullied and attacked. I was definitely projecting my own moments in life on this bird, when I felt picked on by others. I wanted to go help this bird, and shoo away the bigger bully. And then I had a moment of clarity and realized that the defending seagull was the same species as those greedy attacking birds. He too would be trying to steal food from another seagull, or from any species of animal he thought he could steal from. He did not feel as if he was being picked on, nor did he feel as if he was a bully when he was clever enough to steal something away from another bird. They were all just being that which they are. Birds will be birds.
Let that sink in for a moment. They were all just being that which they are. There is no reason for me to step in and defend this bird or help it. To do so would be misplaced compassion. I was just the observer, detached from the outcome. Being detached from the outcome means not being emotionally effected by whether that bird got to enjoy his hard fought for meal, or if another ate that day. This was their interaction, not mine. But as the observer, I was able to pay attention to the thoughts, feelings, and instincts that arose within me, and learn from it.
Now, had I seen two little boys attacking the bird and trying the tear it's wings off purely for their own delight, I would have stepped in to free the bird. You see, as a Light Worker, you must learn discernment. I see two birds fighting over food, they are playing the only role they know. I see two boys hurting an animal, I step in as the destroyer/protector. When I see two nations attempt to destroy each other, I watch with detachment as they play out their roles.
But let's go one step further. What about the friend or family member who's life seems to be falling down around them? It is not your job to be their savior! By trying to help them "fix" the problem, you may be depriving them of their own experience and opportunity to grow and learn. After all, they created that reality so they could learn, although to others and themselves it may seemed to have "happened to them". The lesson will just have to play out all over again until they learn it for themselves and others stop stepping in to correct it for them.
As humans, we are capable of immense compassion and love. That compassion can be used to manipulate us. Or our misplaced compassion could stunt another's growth. Discernment is key; knowing when to be the observer, and when to be the warrior. It is important not to project your own experiences or feelings into another's situation. Know that much of what we do is all part of roles we were contracted to play out in others life’s to clear karma for them or ourselves, or trigger someone's learning through experience.
You can learn about this and much more in a Marconic energy class. Use this link to find an upcoming class in your area: https://www.marconics.com/marconics_level_i_classes.html
Written By: Elizabeth DiPace means Peace
When I say the word ascension, some people may immediately shut down and tune out. That word has too much of a New Age feel to them, something they cannot relate to. So, let’s set that word aside for the time being, and instead speak of transformation.
When we talk about transformation, most people only feel comfortable scratching the surface. Perhaps they’ll cut sugar out of their diet, or paint their house a new color. I always pay attention to the transformation happening within a woman when she chops off her hair or does something drastic with her external appearance. She is expressing to the outside world the change that is happening within her. She looks in the mirror and says “I am not the same person, I do not recognize the person in the mirror anymore.” And so calls her hair salon to make an appointment, or in some cases, her tattoo artist. This is a perfect expression of the internal change being reflected by the external change.
The fun thing is, it works both ways. You can kick the internal transformation into gear by creating changes in the world around you. It may start with clearing out your closet. This creates a wave of momentum, and if you allow it to flow without fear of throwing out something you will miss, then you may then find yourself tackling that bookshelf, or desk draw, or garage. As you externally shed these material items that have weighed you down, for the possession and ownership of each material object in your house requires an energetic place holder within you, you begin the clear your energy field and allow movement and change within your psyche.
Much of what we hold onto we do so out of fear. How often have you found yourself keeping a cardboard box, just in case. Or that stash of plastic to-go utensils in your kitchen draw, just in case. Let’s consider those words “just in case”. What it quite literally translates to is: I may need this in the future, and may not have the means (financially or otherwise) to reacquire it. There is a fear of lack. But there are so many different fears that keep us stagnant. Fear of failure, fear of poverty, fear of discomfort, fear of loss of social status, fear of loneliness or isolation, fear of uncertainty or change itself.
The people I feel saddest for are the ones who say “I can’t because…” to every solution provided for them. They are truly stuck, because they have been playing that programming over and over again in their words and beliefs. And these are the people who seem to be the most desperate for change. You can offer them a thousand suggestions and avenues to make their dreams come true, and they will respond to each one with “I can’t because…”. They will never be able to rise above. Lateral steps is the best they can hope for. You could give them $100K, and still, nothing will change for them.
The reactions from other people towards the extreme lifestyle change my husband and I have made has been rather fascinating. There are those that look at it very disapprovingly. They feel we have made a poor choice by not embracing the American dream of owning a home, corporate career, community roots. You can see how they are so trapped within the matrix, that they can never hope to escape. But that’s okay. They are perfectly happy, as far as they know. To them, everything about our actions and reasons seem quite absurd.
Then there are those who look at what we have done with longing in their hearts and eyes. They see the freedom, the liberation. They admire our bravery, and silently say “If only we could”, or “If only my spouse would agree to this”, or “Someday, maybe.” This is the most common response, and I often wonder if they really want to live in an RV, or if it’s the casting off of chains and finding their own path that they really crave. Because you see, it is not about the novelty of living in an RV, nor is it the ability to travel and see much of what this world has to offer. It really is about freeing yourself from all the rules that society has placed upon you. And once you free yourself externally from these programs and beliefs and rules, you begin to experience true internal liberation for the first time. And it is from this space that you discover the real you.
But it is the rare and brave souls who say “I can do that!” and dig deep to create that change in their lives. Some will quit their corporate jobs and turn every aspect of their life on its head. They seek another path. They allow themselves to be as water, flowing and searching out a new place to run free, not bound by man. I am immensely proud of my friends Tom and Teri. They have undergone a massive clearing as they too have sold their home and most of their possessions. They will be moving into their RV full time in less than 2 weeks. We are beyond excited for them. Not because they are following in our footsteps, but because they are following their heart’s desire. The process of making the decision, setting it into action, and purging your personal possessions at that level creates deep changes within you. They are shedding, releasing, and healing so much within them as they go through this process. It has created space within them to discover more about themselves and live freely. And by living freely, they will experience even more changes within themselves, and how they view and see the world.
Now, we are not telling you that you must change, or how you should go about it. But change is the side effect of growth and expansion. Change is where new adventures await. Change is where you discover more of you. Change is a symptom of living free. There are those who enjoy change as they enjoy a kiddie pool, only going in up to their ankles. And there are those who seek change by jumping off a high dive into a vast ocean of possibilities. But you cannot fully experience change if you are trying to keep one foot on the ground, and one in the puddle.
Change for you. To hell with what others think.
Written By: Elizabeth DiPace means Peace
What if you were given a chance to live on another planet, but in order to do so you must first let go of everything here on Earth? You could take nothing with you. Not your family, not your friends, not your clothes or jewelry. Nothing. Not even your political beliefs, or your religion, or your traditions. All you can take with you is your humanness.
You see, it is not your attachment to these things or people that make you human. All of these things created a false identity that you thought was you. But when you step foot onto another planet, where none of these things ever existed, it no longer makes sense to hold onto these thoughts, labels, and beliefs. It doesn’t even make sense to hold onto old traumas or grudges. If you tried to explain these incidents to the locals, they would not understand, for they have nothing like that on their planet. It would be like trying to explain to a fish why you are angry at the woman who just cut you off while you were driving down the road.
It is your infinite love that makes you human. There is such great potential within you, if only you could let go of false identities. What would you discover about you? You must peal away these layers that you once put on, like wearing many costumes all at once, to play many parts, and fit in with a collective that is ruled by fear. Shed all these programmed beliefs and responses. Keep shedding until you are able to recognize the divine human that lies within.
This is what we are in search of. This is what is needed to ascend. This is what is needed to raise your vibration. This is what is needed to step out of the fear programming. To be fully you, fully human, fully divine. From that place, you can look at your friends and family as divine beings, each on their own journey. You can have infinite, unconditional love for them, and set them free to live life on their own terms.
You would be free to explore, to allow yourself to follow where your curiosity takes you. You would take pleasure and delight in the world around you. You would be fully present. From this place, you would discover a deep and exquisite love for yourself, and your very existence.
Don’t be afraid to let it all go. You will not loose yourself in the process. You will only loose that which was false to begin with.
The light workers are here to help you. But we cannot do it for you. It is a free will universe. We will not force this on you. But we are here with our tools to help you take that first step.
Written By: Elizabeth DiPace means Peace
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