Today I’d like to tell you a story, a true story, about one woman’s journey towards the 2012 gateway. For the privacy of everyone involved, the names have been changed. And I’ve changed one other fact as well to conceal the identity of those involved; I will share what that is at the end.
Four years ago, a woman I’ll call Eve learned that both her kidneys were failing. For a year she searched for a new kidney
and was on several waiting lists hoping for a match. At the end of that year, the doctors told her she only had about a month to live. I’ve never known anyone who searched for an organ as hard as Eve. She looked under every rock and behind every crevice; she searched the world over so convinced was she that she was intended to live and that her life would be spared. With only one month to live, she had become desperate. She cared not so much about losing her life at that point, because she truly believed that destiny would win, whatever that was. Her only concern was the welfare of her animals in the event of her death. To say that Eve is an animal lover is a gross understatement. Her connection with animals, any animal, is stronger than with most humans, and her ability to communicate with them telepathically is well known by those close to her. Eve’s animals are part of her family. She doesn’t consider herself their owner; she considers herself their mother.
Worried about the fate of her “children”, Eve finally conceded to take desperate measures to attain a working kidney. She knew she would find a match within a group of people I will refer to as The Organization. The piece we must understand here is that Eve escaped the The Organization 20 years earlier, and this had never been forgotten by its members. For those 20 years, The Organization lay in wait for Eve’s eventual (so they thought) return. For two decades, they manipulated her constantly from her place on the outside to attempt to reel her back in, yet Eve’s resistance was strong, and she avoided them as best she could. She was determined to never live a life of oppression ever again.
In her desperation to not abandon her “children”, however, Eve relinquished her resistance to The Organization and humbly approached its members seeking a potential kidney match, which she already knew she would find. The members of the The Organization pounced on her immediately. After 20 years of waiting for their window of opportunity, they lashed out to secure Eve in their clutches once again. “We will give you a kidney,” they told her,“if you will return to The Organization.” Eve’s heart sank. Such a price to pay. She knew that in returning she would give up all her human rights; she would be owned by The Organization and forced to do whatever it wanted, when it wanted it, how they wanted. She knew she would never survive within The Organization. Surely her spark would die out within weeks, if not days, of such vile oppression. It was bad enough before, but this time it would be worse, because not only would they tighten the noose around her neck given her prior escape, they would also punish her for that very escape. She knew she would ultimately physically die within The Organization’s prison walls, having lost her will to live. She worried still about the love and care of her precious and much-loved animals.
Eve considered The Organization’s offer for two days. After two days, she called the chief member. “Thank you for your offer,” she said, barely coughing up the gratitude for such a vile exchange. “I’ve decided to decline. I’ve chosen to die.” Shock was expressed on the other end of the line. Never, The Organization thought, would Eve defy them. Eve knew that she would ultimately die within The Organization anyway. Better, she thought, to die a free woman on the outside. However short my life has been, she thought, at least I’ll cross-over knowing that I had learned enough self-love and self-respect to secure and sustain my independence and right to live the life I was meant to live. And at least on the outside, she still had a chance, however slim, of finding a kidney that did not come with such costly strings attached. With such odds at stake, she trusted that the Divine would help her find a solution for her precious “children”. Since it appeared her destiny was that she would die either way (unless miraculously a kidney would become available in this last month after having not become available for the last year), surely the Divine would allow her to find someone who would love her animals as she had loved them.
And then the miracle happened. Just five days after Eve rejected The Organization’s offer, she was notified that a kidney had become available and that it was a match for her. Two weeks later, Eve underwent a successfully surgery. She had secured her life, the love and care of her animals, and all without having to sell her soul to the devil, with one week to spare. Eve had claimed her self-love, her self-respect, and the right to live her life as she wanted to, and the Universe rose up to meet her. Her decision that day was a turning point. It was the hardest decision she had ever had to make. Choosing
to die wasn’t the hard part. She accepted that as a presumed destiny. The hardest part, aside from her concern about her animals, was facing The Organization and saying “no”. It took great courage on her part as she knew ruthless attacks on her from its members would surely be unleashed upon her in response to her decline and her decision to not rejoin them. And they didn’t disappoint. Eve turned her back on The Organization forever. What kind of people would offer such a vile exchange for someone in such dire need, she thought, and then unleash such cruelty in response to a decision that was for her greater good? She realized at last what kind of people these were. These weren’t the loving, kind, generous people they proclaimed themselves to be. These weren’t the wonderful citizens they purported themselves to be to the outside world. These were selfish, controlling, manipulative individuals who used any and every cunning trick they could think of to secure submission, even if it meant kicking somebody when they were down. This…wasn’t love. For the first time, Eve saw clearly their true colors. At some level she conceded that she had known it for some time, but loving and forgiving person that she is, she had always hoped that perhaps she was wrong and some love did reside deep within them. Now she knew with certainty that they didn’t TRULY love her and probably never did.
To this day, the members of The Organization don’t understand the real reason why Eve turned her back on them. They tell others that Eve is mad at them because she didn’t get a kidney from them, which they blame entirely on Eve, claiming it was her choice to not accept a kidney from them. Of course, they never share the terms of the exchange with outsiders. For Eve, it was never about the kidney. If The Organization had lovingly responded to her that would love to be able to give her a kidney but were unable to do so at that time because they were afraid of relinquishing their available kidneys (e.g., because kidney failure was common within The Organization and they needed to keep their kidneys for members), Eve would have understood. We all have fears and must own our responsibility for our own survival. But The Organization hadn’t approached Eve in a loving manner; instead they deliberately used her misfortune as a window of opportunity to possess her.
All of this occurred three years ago. Just a month ago, Eve’s body rejected the new kidney that she had received three years prior. You see, this kidney had a very low vibration compared to Eve’s ever-increasing vibration. The closer we got to the 2012 Winter Solstice, the more vehemently Eve’s body rejected the kidney. Eve would not be able to transition into the 5th Dimension while still carrying the low vibration kidney. She had to leave it behind. The doctors removed it. Eve now has only one kidney again. But there’s another interesting turn. During these last three years, Eve’s remaining original kidney didn’t need to work as hard given that the transplanted kidney was sharing the workload. Additionally, Eve worked extensively these last three years to increase her vibration in preparation for the 2012 Winter Solstice and Earth’s transition
into the 5th Dimension. The combination of these two things enabled Eve’s remaining original kidney to heal itself. So in giving up the transplanted kidney, Eve still had one good kidney left. Prudence dictated, of course, that Eve should go back on the list for a new kidney given the precedence that the remaining good kidney may fail again if left on its own for too long. So Eve presently awaits a new kidney. In the meantime, geneticists are looking to clone Eve’s good kidney. One day Eve expects to have two good kidneys again, both her own.
On the surface, it may appear that Eve was undergoing a health crisis. But if we look deeper, we really see that in fact she was undergoing a spiritual crisis, one that had manifested as a health crisis so that she might more easily see it and give it attention. Eve dealt with The Organization for years, but she never completely let go of that way of life and how she had been treated until she was forced to via a situation that had manifested itself as a health crisis.
As I shared at the very beginning, there was one other fact in this story that I had changed to protect the identities of those involved. Now I share with you that fact. In Eve’s case, her spiritual crisis did not actually manifest as a failing kidney. It manifested as something different, though something as vastly serious and significant. Three years ago, Eve had been given a lifeline so-to-speak, similar to what a transplanted kidney would avail. And last month, Eve was forced to relinquish that lifeline because of its extremely low vibration. What I do wish to emphasize here is that the kidney rejection was only used here in this story as a metaphor for what Eve did have to relinquish last month. PLEASE know that you may certainly transition into the 5th Dimension with transplanted organs. Your body’s vibration encapsulates all of your organs, borrowed or original! If your body were to “coincidentally” reject a transplanted organ at this time, it would only be because your soul happened to choose such a health crisis to help you look at your spiritual crisis. If your soul wanted to make you aware
of your spiritual crisis via a health crisis, it could just as easily leave your transplanted organs happy and healthy and give you severe arthritis as a health crisis instead, or it could give you a financial crisis to deal with in lieu of a health crisis. The important point is…it was just a metaphor here. I am being told that no one reading this needs to worry about transplanted organs being rejected as we approach the solstice.
I share Eve’s story with all of you because of what it represents. As we approach the 2012 Winter Solstice and Earth’s ascension into the 5thDimension, you may be finding that certain things, people, or situations are (or need to be) falling away. Eve’s stand against The Organization three years ago was a turning point in her life. In that moment when she chose death over returning to her old life, she committed 100% to a new way of being and living. And in that moment, the Universe was forced to rise up to meet her and present her with the new life that she had chosen. You may have experienced such a challenge or turning point yourself in recent months. Or you may find yourself experiencing one as we get closer to 12/21/2012 or as we enter into 2013. Your crisis may manifest as a health crisis, a financial crisis, a relationship crisis, a career crisis, a midlife crisis, or something else, or even a combination. Look closely though and see if, in fact, you are in a spiritual crisis. The key is to not resist the change. Clinging to the old way of being will ultimately be more painful than embracing the new, regardless of how scary facing the new may feel at first. Your soul is calling upon you to be courageous. You will first be fully stretched; and then the moment will come, when in order to reach the next highest rung on the ladder, you must let go the one below.
Is the pain and sorrow of facing such challenges, challenges associated with leaving behind the old way of being and living, worth the joy of the journey? I assure you that it is. I know… I am Eve.
Love and blessings,