|Still here...(of course!)...|
Though some mockingly speak of the people who traveled to the Mayan ruins, as well as no doubt any number of charlatans taking some of them for a ride, the media doesn't understand the mystery and the optimism surrounding this date, whether taken literally or symbolically.
I know any number of people who approached this date in any number of serious ways, none of them exactly hippies (no disrespect to hippies), and all quite reverently, many very intelligently, backed up by quite a bit of research.
I was actually offered a free trip on a Mayan spiritual adventure months ago in exchange for some social media work I would have done on their behalf. In fact, a well-known researcher and writer was on Coast to Coast AM last night reporting from the very ship I would have been on.
I turned the offer down, knowing with unambiguous certainty that I was meant to spend yesterday at home with those I love.
But with that said, I also happen to know that mystical, sacred sites do indeed exist in the world, that they are not a joke, and some day I do aim to visit some of them, treating them with the reverence and respect they actually do deserve. I know I'm not alone.
So what WAS it about December 21, 2012 that caught the attention of so many of us? What is it that lingers still, even today? And why might some of us admit, if we are really, really, really honest, that while not necessarily in the depths of depression (though some of us may be), there is indeed a letdown, more than a twinge of disappointment, on this December 22.
|It's easy to see the Dawn if I look (this is from my front porch ;-).|
My visionary experiences filled me with Hope. My life in the years since filled me with Certainty, an assuredness that yes, indeed, a time is coming when this world is going to Shift - and in a way that cannot be denied. And the laughter we will hear then will originate from pure Joy, not derisive humor.
That Shift is happening already if you open your eyes to see. It's been happening for a while.
But there was a certain mysterious anticipation, a powerful surge of optimism, associated with seriously considering the possibility that if dramatic, quantum Shift, that last tremendous push, COULD happen in a single day, why not consider the notion that such a day could have been December 21?
No, I'm not utterly depressed on December 22. But I must admit a significant part of me was hoping for much more. And I know I'm not alone.
|A fortune I opened today, another synchronicity, another glimpse of the Dawn.|
But I couldn't help but hope to finally see the Sun suddenly pop over the horizon, in whatever way was meant to be, in a way so very dramatic and awe-inspiring, even the skeptics would be jolted wide awake. I know I wasn't alone.
It didn't quite happen that way on December 21, 2012. But it doesn't take away the Dawn. We are not alone.