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I love hearing what others think/feel about the topics that [...]

Port Henry, New York
via The Full Circle Project
I love hearing what others think/feel about the topics that are referenced. Would also love to hear what solutions/ ideas/ motivations have proved successful. Sharing ourselves openly and honestly is our greatest strength. I will continue to do so and hope more and more others will as well. Peace and love to all.
Amanda it appears that many people are shy..
Tuesday 23 June 2015, 14:26:06
Why though? Loving souls are not cruel or condemning of others opinion. Well it's early times yet, but it almost seems we've been programed not to put ourselves forward or trust what we think ,if it isn't the accepted status quo. Thanks Rhitt for sharing.
Wednesday 24 June 2015, 10:48:27
I believe potential shyness comes from generations of repression? People feel, deep down inside they really are designed to be free and to work together as one. But our culture suppresses our true freedom by instating codependency on the "system".
The system is falling apart and those of us becoming awakened are still trying to clear the debris of the illusion from our systems. I've been going through my awakening for about 25 years and I still feel the repression in every day life. I also still have so much to learn about becoming totally free and disconnected from the matrix. The powers that be certainly were masters of manipulation. They did a very concise job of keeping us under wraps.
Saturday 27 June 2015, 19:35:55
Oops. Tried to make a paragraph return and posted instead... :-)
Saturday 27 June 2015, 19:36:20
Saturday 27 June 2015, 19:36:21
Anyway... haha! It's great to have a place like this as a forum to start asking questions and opening up to others who feel the same, deep, inner knowing that we are connected by more than what's before our eyes. In time you will find I am not so shy. I welcome people to speak candidly. It's best way to smash the illusions in our lives.
Saturday 27 June 2015, 19:38:16
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