The answers are in the questions

One day can no doubt be historically significant, but it is the culmination of the days, weeks, months and years leading up to the point at which the differences and surrounding events cause a huge shift to occur.

One day can no doubt be historically significant, but it is the culmination of the days, weeks, months and years leading up to the point at which the differences and surrounding events cause a huge shift to occur.

by Sherry Anshara — 

In the past several months, have you noticed that people seem to be asking the same or similar types of questions? Whether or not it is in business, personal or even general discussion, people seem to be asking questions, such as: Why am I feeling so tired?; Why do I feel such confusion?; and Why aren’t things making sense anymore? More likely than not, the real question being asked is: What the heck is going on (often with the use of more dramatic expletives and animation)?

These questions appear to be coming from a much deeper source, rather than from the usual superficial everyday conversations. If you keep your ears open, you may notice that while you are grocery shopping, dining in restaurants, chatting with friends, family members and business associates, or while you are just out and about, people seem to be engaged in these perplexing questions more than ever. There is a definite difference in the conversational exchange than the usual everyday banter.

Even on Facebook, there appear to be more uplifting messages, conversations and shared exchanges with friends who seem to be reaching out around the world to relate at deeper levels of connection. Is there a greater significance to these occurrences? Whether or not anyone really believed that the world was going to end in 2012, perhaps there is an undercurrent trying to tell us that something has indeed changed.

I always thought it was odd that in historical accounts of the fall of the Roman Empire and other civilizations, the stories are retold as though their downfalls were caused by one significant day. Yes, at the end of wars, a winner was declared and everyone had to start all over again. And yes, one day often did have historical significance, as it not only marked the end of a paradigm, but it also was the beginning of a new one.

One day can no doubt be historically significant, but it is the culmination of the days, weeks, months and years leading up to the point at which the differences and surrounding events cause a huge shift to occur. Could it be that the 2012 end-of-the-world prophecy began a change that is taking place not just from outside appearances, but also from the depths of the human consciousness and the connected spirit of humanity? Could it be that this is why all of these similar questions are being asked?

Could it be that humanity as a collective is amid some sort of shift of consciousness from the inside out instead of the outside in? Maybe our former ideas, limited belief systems and old paradigms are now being challenged collectively. Certainly, people are becoming more vocal. Perhaps they are really seeking their own answers, instead of accepting the answers provided by outside authority figures.

Perhaps many of us are looking to connect with others who are also searching for deeper connections and, consequently, more in-depth conversations. Changes are definitely manifesting and creating a paradigm shift here on planet Earth as these new outside views and connections continue.

You can be a part of this dynamic historical shift by continuing to ask, without judgment, questions about yourself and your external world. You will find the answers inside of you. Listen with your heart. In the words of the ancient Chinese poet Wei Chen: “To be or not to be is not the question; to be is all.”

 

Sherry Anshara is a medical intuitive, author, founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness, creator of the QuantumPathic® Energy Method and founder/president of the Blended Healthcare Consortium in Scottsdale, Ariz. 480-609-0874, quantumpathic.com, sherryanshara.com or sherryanshara@quantumpathic.com. 

Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 32, Number 2, April/May 2013.

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