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When will we truly understand the power of believing in our vote?
Posted on December 12, 2019 by Helen White
Voting is important; I couldn’t agree more, but we vote in far more ways than one and there’s no point putting an “x” in a box only to contradict that choice with a lack of belief. Exploring some of our vastly under-utilised powers as creator beings, along with some of the subtle misgivings and sheer dauntedness we may feel around wielding them (as one who knows only all too well…) Continue reading →
Posted in Consciousness & evolution, Culture, Life choices, Menu, Personal Development | Tagged asperger's, Asperger's female, be the change, countering negativity, discernment, executive function, getting up to vote, high-vibrational reality, innate creator powers, manifesting, Marianne Williamson, new paradigm, optimism, Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, pessimism, power of belief, power of hope, power of passion, power of thought, subtle senses, taking action, third dimensional reality, UK election 2019, voting, voting with your actions, waking up | 2 Comments