Wingmakers: The Grand Portal Discovery

“This Grand Portal [our soul] discovery [written about in last weeks blog] is not unlike when oceanographers first began to survey the ocean’s depths and discovered new species of life where it was thought impossible for life to exist. A similar phenomenon – but far more profound – will occur in about 80 years as science and soul collide, and the reality of a near infinite variety of life forms beyond the physical dimension are discovered and shared by all.”

The above is an excerpt from The Soul Connection Network. Speaking of discoveries, I made a great discovery of my own this week while on the Wingmakers site. The Introduction to the Wingmakers slide show has 61 fascinating pages describing the purpose and mission of Wingmakers. I believe it will help you understand why I use the word “incredible” to express what I feel about the shift we are experiencing.

Our planet, we human beings are going through an incredible shift. What is this shift? The shift can be seen from several views. The shift is from the human-animal survival instinct to pure love. The shift from a material to a spiritual world, from mind/body to mind/soul, from a mind-centered to a heart-centered people.

I believe that this shift is inevitable but not automatic. The best way to understand, to gain insights into the inevitability of this shift, is to go to The Soul Connection Network’s glossary briefly explaining the Sovereign Integral Network. Be sure to then read the essay, “The Sovereign Integral Network”. Incredible, Inspiring, Humbling. Awe and Wonder. These few pages that I’m directing you too have deepened my own sense of purpose. I’m beginning to better understand my role, my place in this shift.

I see myself as a resource. There are certain things that I’m directing you to that I believe are so beautfully written, so perfectly expressed that it serves us best for me to just encourage and direct you there.

Next week we’ll focus on several event strings that are happening that will make this shift inevitable.


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