Who could not have been touched by the harrowing picture of 3 year old Aylan Kurdi, his lifeless body face down in the sand, having drowned trying to reach greater security in Europe from the war-torn Syria. We’d be forgiven for wanting to turn our heads from this inconvenient truth. Yet that would be to do his passing an injustice; for certainly he was an ‘angel’, who came here to deliver us all a vital message about the way we live our lives, humanity’s collective karma, and the motivation for change into a more equitable existence.
So let us work to understand, integrate and grow through such crises, that are now certainly on the increase, for only then will we evolve as people and a race…
Humanity’s Collective Karma
There is a global crisis building of truly biblical proportions: where we are now witnessing thousands of refugees breaking out of war torn Syria, soon it is likely to be millions. And even that will be just the tip of the iceberg as global financial instability, resource wars and accelerating climate changes make living on the 3D surface of our planet ever more challenging for the impoverished majority.
I have seen visions not of thousands of refugees seeking safe shelter and provisions, not of millions, but of literally hundreds of millions of people. The way things are now going, I don’t anticipate it will be long before these visions come to pass.
Why is this happening and how will we deal with it?
In short, it is very much to do with humanity’s collective karma: all realities are co-created through the universal Law of Attraction – our karma creates the experiences we need to relive in order to process out a lower self-realisation. We create exactly the circumstances we need to evolve and grow through.
There is a deeply ironic synchronicity around this tragic turn of events in Syria – it is metaphored in the very name itself. For to me, it reflects the karma of civilisations being torn apart many millions of years ago in the Sirius star system. During Sirius B’s Ascension into a White Dwarf phase, Sirius C was obliterated and with that, ancient populations shattered. Some ascended into higher dimensions, but others carried the traumatic karma to other constellations including our own. Although you many not yet realise it, many reading will have collective karma from these historically shaping events.
It is also deeply ironic, that the growth of the islamic state ISIS may well turn out to be the cause of many more millions of refugees from Syria. The egyptian goddess ISIS was of course associated with the star system Sirius. These things do not happen by chance (I’ve talked about the deeper significance in my book Divinicus).
This challenging and traumatic situation may kick off karma for you – especially if you’re a sensitive. Openhand’s 5GATEWAYS Project (the film of which is free online) is designed to help people understand and process karma.
The karma goes yet deeper still. And I’ve noticed that by understanding the macrocosmic picture, can greatly help us find peace and acceptance within the microcosms of our lives.
Understanding the macrocosm brings peace to the microcosm
n a universe of constant change, change is the only constant. All realities come and go. When Separation Consciousness condenses into form, thus creating some kind of reality, be it a planet, solar system or galaxy, they all have inherent instability woven into their very fabric. It’s because the memory of the original condition of Oneness provides a driving force, forever seeking out higher harmonies of order and at-one-ment. It creates instability within every atom and galaxy alike.
The One in us, is yearning for Nirvana – balanced harmony in all places of the universe. But in order to achieve this, any system that maintains a lesser understanding, a lesser realisation and harmony, must be caused to see the reflection of its own shadow – for only then, can the constituent parts of that reality evolve and grow – only then can they reorder into something more harmonic.
I know this may sound deeply esoteric, when, as a human being, the universal dynamic of change results in your life being threatened in this very tragic way. Yet the soul in all of us yearns for the deeper understanding, a deeper connection with the divine, and perhaps even the immortality of a soul that has achieved mastery over identity with the physical.
How do you achieve such immortality?