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On Being Grace

Slow down, Jasmine!

This is a sentence I have heard many, many times.

The personality has a program that can make her jump into action bull-in-a-China-shop-like. A grasshopper. It moves fast. Not really a great program, especially in an ascension house where being conscious and composed is key. Being conscious is what that program is not. Nor graceful for that matter.

And no, it’s not about whispering and walking on tip-toes. It is, however, walking around in awareness. Being present and focused. Being conscious. Feeling into the space and the moment.

Obviously, since this personality is geared to take a sprint at the drop of a hat, keeping a reign on the grasshopper at this point still requires my constant focus.

This path is all about expansion and unmasking the non self, program by program. Being the opposite of what we thought we were. The personality is fighting for its survival and will do its utmost to pull you off your chosen vector.

We are grace. It's innate to our beingness. It’s just that sometimes we still walk around with blinders.

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Hello, I am Jasmine. I’m a student of ascension — first and foremost. I’m a writer because of that and I’m passionate about both. On this path of making known the unknown, experiences, insights, and magic abound! These then I would like to share with you. Ascension has become practical.

You have found the AscendoSphere, and this means that you are interested in the practical aspects of ascension. On my site you’ll find my experiences and a-ha moments poured into blogs, articles and bleeps — and maybe even into a poem or two. It is my wish to inspire you and trigger you to dig deep. Please feel free to leave a comment or send me your questions and your input by mail. I will assist you in any way I can. Enjoy your journey!

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