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Where the Stars Meet the Sea by CJ Kern

WHEN THE SUN SETS -

Greetings fellow hopefuls. Yes, "hopefuls" - those beings hopeful of a New World, the one all sentient, moderately awake beings know IS possible. It is, how would you say..., ironic the metaphor we are here to bring to you today. Ultimately, however, it should do the trick. And it goes like this... we need you all to truly begin to practice the art of dying. Let us explain.

For anything (and we mean ANY thing) to birth anew, the old MUST fall away. It must die actually, and this is not a bad thing at all. It just is. This is the nature of nature. Like the seasons blending into one another, as one falls away, the other rises again with regularity. Similarly, we are asking you each to begin looking at how you live each day.

Enjoy your moments, allow them to rise and fall away, but be not attached to any of it. In fact, the only thing worth being "connected" to is love. And even that you cannot seemly attach to, because it, too, changes forms. Therefore, if you attach to the form of that love, you will become attached to form. Our purpose here today is to show you that the road home is to detach from form, yet play the game of being in it.  Read More »

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Where the Stars Meet the Sea by CJ Kern

THE POWER OF EMOTIONAL WISDOM -

Dearest ones, in this great time of shift and transformational overhauls, you would be wisest to capitalize on the extraordinary emotions that have been moving through your beings for quite some time now. E-motions = energy in motion - nothing more, nothing less. Buying into your emotions vs capitalizing on your emotions are two completely different things and we would like to talk to you about discerning the difference between them.

During these great times of change, it is no surprise that emotions on the greatest scales are rising within light-bearing souls. To know the gift of the emotions that are there is to look at the root that is triggering the emotion in the first place. Interestingly enough, finding the root of these emotions is the quickest route to liberation from them. Here, roots lead to routes. Read More »

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Where the Stars Meet the Sea by CJ Kern

THE GAME OF AUTHORSHIP -

Greetings, Dynamic Beings of Light!

The nature of nature is to change, shift and morph. Breathe into that for a moment. Can you feel that? Can you accept it on any level? It is the truth. Nothing ever stays the same. Yet, if you expect something different to come from a lack of change in approach, you will run yourselves into extinction. Yes, the nature of nature IS change.

To this end, therefore, the nature of the game is to move WITH the shifting times. To constantly reinvent one's self can and should be fun and exhilarating. Yet, when one sees anything but perfection in it all, and instead becomes entrapped within the shift, well... then... they feel the machine has been shifted into overdrive... over them... and then they suffer. If this describes any of you at this time, and any feelings of defeat, we might need to ask you, "Have you forgotten the truth?" Read More »

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Where the Stars Meet the Sea by CJ Kern

COURAGE INCARNATE - 

Yes! That is what you are. To see the world, but not to buy into it... THAT takes courage. You have been doing more and more of this, and it is SO required at this time.

The world, and its inhabitants are making their ways through much transformation. While the mass resistance to ascension is present, there is also an absolute desire for another way of living for those keen enough to know, "THIS cannot be all there is."

Absolutely correct. The old is falling away rapidly. At times, this is so subtle, you almost would not notice. For example, you have heard of the falling of the economic systems, yet you see the DOW jones industrial average growing in the United States at rapid paces. However, look more closely. What do you see? Read More »

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