What are you willing to challenge?Written by Jean Slatter
Our power of free will extends to the very structure of this existence. As we grow in consciousness and recognize the origins of our divine authority we can begin to challenge the structural beliefs.
Some examples seem obvious and simple. At one time, there was a strongly held belief that no one could run a mile under four minutes. But once that belief was broken, it became commonplace in major athletic events.
Even seemingly immutable laws of nature, such as needing food to survive, have been busted a long time ago by Breathairians (those who consume no food – only air for years at a time). This hardly seems possible and defies the basic functioning of the human body and yet it’s been done. I believe this can only happen by the individual tapping into the truth of their divine nature and choosing whether or not to abide by the beliefs.
Is everything a belief? Bruce Lipton’s book, The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles, gives extraordinary evidence that even DNA is manifested from thought and can be changed as the thought changes. Throughout time humans have found ways to alter and change beliefs that were once thought of as indisputable. Are laws of physics such as gravity and forces of nature outside the realm of beliefs or we will someday find out even that line is fuzzy?
Perhaps we are fast approaching a time in our evolution of expansion where we are able to challenge some of the long held structural beliefs. It will be fascinating to see just how far the structure can be challenged as a growing number of individuals within mass consciousness are awakening to their true self and exercise their divine power of free will.
What are your unchallenged beliefs?
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