Rewriting Our Stories As Immortals

By Raphael Awen

We are collectively at the greatest point yet in our evolution, and where and what you as an individual can be in all of that, and want to be in all of that is very much up to you.

You can hold and display the part of the story that is falling away or you can broadcast and exemplify the part of the story that is arising.

The collective can’t make up your mind, but it can provide a wave for you to ride if you want to. It’s all about the want to, where you personally are concerned.

Maybe one of the single greatest current pieces of this arising story is the achieving of immortality in this life, youthing instead of aging.

We’ve known this in our very DNA for so long. The Christians declare that the last enemy to be subjected under our feet is death. The Christian philosophy is that immortality is for another time and dimension than the one we are currently in; for after we die to this earthly plane.

I believe that philosophy is both accurate in one way and inaccurate in another.

Yes, it is for another time and dimension, but that other time and dimension can be dialed in here and now.

As multidimensional beings, we are collectively about to ambassador to and make a truce with this last enemy. We are realizing that this earthly plane couldn’t be any more sacred, as it awaits our awakening to what it wants to offer us. We are being invited into a death of an old way of seeing and feeling life itself. In this way, heaven does follow our death, it follows us in a life that is ‘after’ to the one we’ve known up till now.

So it isn’t actually that far of a stretch to believe in immortality. It’s just the frame we’ve put around it. The doctors tell us that we don’t actually have a valid explanation for the phenomenon of death as they know that all of our cells regenerate every seven years.

If you received a cancer diagnosis and were given a limited time to live, I know what you would do. You’d alter (and place on the altar) every activity, every thought, every emotion, every food you ate to change that prognosis. People do it all the time, even recovering fully from extreme very terminal illness.

We’ve all been given a very similar diagnosis that we shouldn’t expect to live much longer than eighty or ninety years, by an authority that we’ve respected as bigger than us. For me personally, at fifty seven years of age, I can then expect and be grateful for twenty more good years and maybe ten not so good years. I’m sorry my friend, but that’s not good enough for me. I’ve worked hard to get to this point and to begin to wind it all down now and hopefully reawaken in a future life to all I’ve awakened to in this life doesn’t appeal to me. I want more than that. I know you do too! The question is whether or not you will allow yourself to dare to want that more and then declare that to yourself and your world.

I am an immortal being and I chose to live into that here and now.

It’s time we awaken now to our calling to rewrite the story we’ve been given, accepting that we are our own authors.

It’s time we awaken to the host of guides and especially star family who already know this reality of youthing instead of aging; who so want to aid our awakening; to aid in the transition of our story.

Stay tuned as Jelelle, myself and all of us in the SoulFullHeart family will be sharing more about this awakening.

Raphael Awen is co-creator, teacher, and facilitator of the SoulFullHeart Way Of Life.  Visit soulfullheartwayoflife.com for more information about sessions, events, videos, etc. Visit our donations page to offer a monthly or one time money donation to support our offerings.

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