There’s an edge to medicine lately, have you noticed? An urgency. A sense that there is not much time. I’ve been witnessing people shifting dramatically, and those that are resisting are struggling.
Our earth is in crisis. I don’t think anyone can deny that. It makes sense that the plants are becoming more demanding as they mobilise us into action. But what is really going on?
My own path has been perplexing; I’ve been personally accelerated into my role at an incredible rate. And I’m witnessing those around me transforming and receiving gifts from spirit at an ever increasing rate since my journey has begun. And so, we turn to the Inkan prophecies for guidance and to make sense of the state of things, and I do believe herein lie our answers.
The Q’ero were the priests, or spiritual advisors to the Inkans. When the Conquistadors arrived some 500 or so years ago, the Q’ero fled to the mountains where they lived in isolation, almost forgotten. Through this time, the Q’ero safeguarded the “Prophecy of the End of Time”, but in 1949, the Temple of Gold in Peru was uncovered, a signal to the Q’ero people that it was time to reveal this prophecy to mankind. The first aspect of the prophecy says that it was time for hidden and ancient knowledge to be made available to all.
In the old times, only the shamans of the tribes would drink the teacher plants such as Ayahuasca and Huachuma, but now these technologies have become accessible to all seekers.
If we look at the secrecy that used to shroud various faiths and philosophies and consider the new age in which we live, we can see a dramatic change has, and is still taking place. The secrets are falling away. They no longer have a place in this age.
In the words of His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, “We are living in the age of communication, a time for knowledge to be shared openly for the benefit of all beings living on this planet today.”
“The new caretakers of the Earth will come from the West, and those that have made the greatest impact on Mother Earth now have the moral responsibility to remake their relationship with Her, after remaking themselves,” said Don Antonio Morales, a master Q’ero shaman.
This is the new age, where in order to move forward, we have to align ourselves with an abundance mentality and break the shackles of the scarcity mentality of the past. Holding onto knowledge is an ego state arising from the flawed belief that knowledge is a limited quantity, and to hold on to knowledge makes us powerful over others. Abundance mentality means to share, to give everything we’ve got to one another for the upliftment of each other. Abundance mentality knows that when we operate in this mindset we enter a flow state and, as we give, we receive.
Have you ever noticed how you have held on to a message, only for someone else to receive the same and then to start sharing it instead?
Those who do not share and uplift one another will be left behind.
If we learn something, we must teach. If we have new technologies, we must share them. If we have support we can offer, we must offer this. Survival of the fittest is a fallacy, we’re only going to make it if we collaborate.
We are the Earthkeepers. “We are the ones we’ve been waiting for” – hopi prophecy. And I expect more and more of us will receive callings, more and more will receive gifts, and there will even be more shamans initiated on our own soil. I do not believe we have time to study in the jungle, what little remains, rather the modern day shamans are learning the plants in the toughest jungle of all: the concrete jungle, where connecting with plants is more challenging than ever before, but the plants are more willing than ever to assist us.
Stop wasting time. You did not come here for yourself. You came here to live your purpose. And until you step into that purpose, whatever form it may take, you will not be truly living.
The plants are our allies in a time when we need them more than ever, on a planet that requires us more than ever now to remember who we are.
Support one another on your paths. Everything now must be about the planet. We’ve all got work to do.
“It’s not the return of a single individual who embodies what we’re becoming, but a process of emergence available to all peoples.” – Dr Allberto Villoldo