This blog post is not for everyone. Its depth and expanse will produce deep agitations in naming that which is already known… at some level… in the bodies of any and all who are conscious and engaged. Perhaps it will present as some kind of confusion or state of inner turmoil. Perhaps it will present as an expression of distrust at any and all things that do not ‘map’ to our expectation of how it has been and therefore, must continue to be. Whatever the outcome, it cannot be read without an intuitive recognition of that which has been growing in our awareness yet, until now, remained nameless and unclaimed.
This blog post is irritating… confusing… provocative… and at some level, terrifying. It is the kind of thing that – about a third of the way into it – makes you want to just shut it all down and go watch something on Netflix. Or grab a glass of wine. Or go for a run. However, when you’re done with those, this blog post will still be here… waiting for you…
We stand at the apex of a Choice point… at that critical point of no return…. where, given all that is already happening in the lives of every human around the planet, we are faced with this critical moment:
We must either choose to embrace all that we have been intentionally seeking to deny to ourselves or we must choose to capitulate and fall back into the purportedly blissful sea of ignorance and allow ourselves to be fully in the control of those we consider ‘in the know’; those to whom we attribute the ‘more’ that compensates for the ’not enough’ that we are so persistently shouted into submission to accept… and let go.
Make no mistake: we are choosing. Choosing to be ignorant, is a choice. Choosing to pretend that we do not know, is a choice. Choosing to stay awake and risk the consequences of discovery, is a choice. But whatever we are doing… for whatever reasons we tell ourselves we are doing it… it is still a choice that has consequences.
As we stand at the apex of this Choice point, we can either leap off into a new paradigm or we can turn around and seek to return to that which no longer exists. Either way, a deep state of resourcefulness will be required of us to embrace the inevitability of that choice.
Some might thing there is a third choice: we can bend over and shove our head deeply into the ground and pretend that none of it exists. It’s dark in there…
There is no ‘conspiracy theory’ to hide behind; no wave-of-the-hand to dismiss the implications of an intended future. The official stamp of the Canadian Government is on this blatant intention.
I now better understand what my government is planning for my children and Grandchildren… and yours.
The last 30 years of my life have been preparing me for this moment, in this time and in this place. It is not about ‘the thing’ itself – it is about how I will choose to engage it.
Read Stela’s blog post:
Biodigital Convergence Report, The Canadian Government &
The New (Trans)Human