Monday, October 20, 2008

Just A Tad On 2012

Carmen has asked about the year 2012:

So many predictions have been made pertaining to the year 2012...some positive, others extremely negative and disturbing. What does this year mean to you? Should we fear it, or should we embrace it as an opportunity to live a more awakened life?!

My short answer:

I will have to say this, I know there has been a great deal of suggestions about what it would be like then and I believe that the Mayan Calendar suggests, or has been interpreted to mean, that something may happen but you see my feeling is that what may happen has already started to happen and has been happening for quite a few years now and that's that our capacities as spiritual beings - we are spirits beyond this Earth plane you know - are merging with our physical selves and our mental selves to improve the quality of our perceptions throughout all of our senses.

I feel that thus in 2012 we will simply have more opportunities, as we have been having and as we will have up to 2012 and beyond, to merge with our spiritual selves on a conscious basis. I have every reason to believe that this is happening and I have seen evidence to support it.

I will say more about these things and more as I have been doing on my various blogs as well. So look for it.

I will also have some material that I channeled in an upcoming issue of the Sedona Journal of Emergence if not about this subject exactly then it will be predictions in general. not fear. The awakening in heart and mind, the awareness of all beings as equals and the emergence of our destiny together in the most benevolent world approaches. Goodlife.


Louis said...

Hi Robert,

Thanks for sharing this viewpoint. I was beginning to think I was the only one who looked at 2012 this way. I guess most people want the sensational, overnight shift but if that happened I don't think most of them could handle it.


Anonymous said...

Hello Robert, Thanks for your beautiful understanding of this 2012 process we all need to better respect. I look forward to your article in SJE. Thankyou, Vince

Robert Shapiro said...

Greetings Louis. It is a fact is it not, that one does not readily notice gradual changes but if we look back a year or two to see what we thought or to feel what we felt then we can notice.

Perhaps if people looked back more they would notice how much we have all grown - I know you know this.

Goodlife my friend.

Robert Shapiro said...

Greetings Vince, thanks for you comment.

Goodlife my friend.