Answer the Call to Awaken from the Nightmare of Duality

by / Tuesday, 22 August 2017 / Published in Abilities, HATJ

Answer the Call to Awaken from the Nightmare of Duality

Answer the Call to Awaken from the Nightmare of Duality












We are living an illusion a nightmare People call it reality but we are realizing it’s not what we think it is. Dissatisfaction with the illusion is intensifying startling us into wakefulness. The light is starting to flood into our hearts. The illusory nature of the nightmare is dawning in our awareness. We are beginning to Understand . Fear is no longer our master. The thought we are separate, Alone no longer traps us so tightly. In the collective dream we all want to awaken from the nightmare. We are collectively parting the curtain of amnesia that we took for reality stepping back into the peace joy THE TRUTH of Our DIVINE realty.


7 Responses to “Answer the Call to Awaken from the Nightmare of Duality”

  1. Oceanno says : Reply

    Great Vid! Fear is an illusion! Hurt and suffering is an illusion. We are Energy! We are ALL that IS. We are POWERFULL! So Give US a HUG!

  2. RBK says : Reply

    Music made it hard to hear the voice, maybe have the volume on your mic turned up a bit more? But regardless I loved the message; can’t wait for change, really bored with this game already.

  3. To celebrate such an amazing time where we are putting on our dancing shoes and also singing for joy as the lovely nightingale does here are two great singers for you to enjoy. I send them with an abundance of love to all who listen and delight in us as Human BEings and Human DOings – Katannya xxx
    Amelita Galli-Curci (18 November 1882 – 26 November 1963) delightful sings Russian song ‘Nightingale’ by Alexandra Albiev
    Amelita Galli-Curci was an Italian coloratura soprano. She was one of the most popular operatic singers of the 20th century, with her recordings selling in large numbers
    and second:
    Ivan Rebroff (31 July 1931 – 27 February 2008) sings “The NIghtingale.”
    Ivan Rebroff (born Hans Rolf Rippert in Berlin) had an extraordinary voice, approaching 5 octaves. He was essentially a popular folk entertainer, who was extremely successful and had a very long and fruitful career. He claimed Russian ancestry, but his Russian is fairly thickly accented and not very cultivated. But it made a good act. He was citizen of Greece, so he was something of a “world entertainer,” and “world music” is not a bad description of what he did. In this selection, we hear his extraordinary voice, which ranges from deep bass to coloratura soprano.

  4. And oh to sing for the joy of life breaking boundaries !

    A celebration of Life through song
    Yma Sumac called the Peruvian Nightingale
    YMA SUMAC parte1

    Yma Súmac: a 94 años de su natalicio
    Ayer martes 13 de setiembre, la soprano peruana que hipnotizó a miles con su prodigiosa voz habría cumplido 94 años. Recuerda los motivos por los que tuvo una tensa relación con el Perú.
    A lovely interview in English
    Yma Sumac–1987 TV Interview, Linda Dano, Nancy Glass

    What a remarkably lived life may she be one of the infinate number of BEings who have loved so passionately their DOings… what ever they may be.

  5. Kennyboy says : Reply

    I AM – I AM – I AM

  6. Barbara says : Reply

    Aghra! Aghra! Aghra! Whew! YOU/I AM make my head swim in TRUTH of who I AM. Wowie Zowie! You/IAM make my eyes leak in Awe. Another “well-done-it” from BZ-you-can’t-be-half-pregnant Creator Extraordinaire! Madam, you never cease to amaze me. These videos you are Creating are perfect for an Exponential Spread to reach the unawakened. Thank you. Again— Aghra!

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