I had a vision of Te Ao Hou...
And in that vision…the perpetuators of violence against women and children were GONE, poof, just gone, they just weren’t there anymore. I don’t know want happened to them but they just NO LONGER EXISTED.
I had a vision, and in that vision, we were self governing.
And the law that we followed was PONO, TIKA and AROHA.
And it was simple. And we were all peaceful, and JOY was the norm.
Prosperity was the norm, and we had co-created it together.
I had a vision, and in that vision, the children were safe to run and roam free.
There was no fear. There was no violence, there was no abuse, there was no drug addiction, there was no dis-ease, there was only healing.
We were all healed, or healing, or healers.
There was NO CRACK, it was just GONE, poof! Didn’t exist anymore.
I had a vision, and in that vision, I felt free, loved, loving and loveable. I felt aligned with the truth and on purpose, I was fulfilling my purpose in life, I was communicating with the divine intelligence all day every day, and so was everyone else.
I was serving humanity with the unique taonga that I was born with. And everyone else was doing the same, for that was the law, and we all followed that law with gratitude.
And we were all giving thanks and praise.
And there was no hunger, no poverty, no lack, no scarcity.
We all had enough, we all had MORE than enough, and we were all living in the great abundance of Papatūānuku the generous.
There was no rubbish, and no plastic. Poof, just GONE, didn’t exist anymore.
We were living co-creatively, in union, collaboratively, and EVERYONE was thriving.
And everyone was grateful.
And we were all living expressions of the Divine Source, from which we were all created, and we all knew that IT was in us and we were all of IT, united in harmony with IT and with each other.
I had a vision, and in that vision, the arts, music, poetry and creativity flourished, and it was the norm, and it was valued and cherished and everyone participated in some way shape or form.
I had a vision, and in that vision, I heard many different languages being spoken, and many different waiata, songs and prayers that I had never heard before, and I loved the sound of them.
I had a vision and in that vision, there was no greed, there was no lies, illusion, or deception, there was only love, and a multitude different expressions of love.
There was only truth, and that was the law.
I had a vision, and in that vision, there was no money, there was only energy exchange and the practices of tā koha and utu were alive, and there was balance, and everyone understood this currency and followed this law with ease and gratitude.
I had a vision, and in this vision, we had co-created Heaven on Earth, and we were all happy, and we were all blessed, and miracles abounded, and everyone had a role and a place.
All peoples, faiths, cultures, creeds and differences were accepted, valued and loved for their uniqueness, and there was celebration in diversity.
In this vision, we all took care of each other and of ourselves and there was both independence and interdependence and it served us all well. And we had vast gardens, and we were a part of nature, in IT and of IT and living in harmony with IT too, and IT was a part of us.
I had a vision and in this vision everything and all things were beautiful, and we were all beautiful and we all loved each other and we all co-created beauty on beauty.
In this vision, we were led largely by the children! And they had a high and important place amongst us, and we listened to them, and we trusted them, and they were wise and innocent. Our children were loving and pure, and they taught us many things, and they showed us the way forward, and we followed them.
Faith in THE ONE was the law, faith in ourselves, in each other, in the Divine Intelligence which informed all things in this vision.
I had a vision, and in this vision, I stepped into it, I embraced it, I disappeared from one dimension and never looked back!
And I gave thanks and praise with every fibre of my being, at all times, for the rest of my life.
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