The Next Step of My Ascension Mission

On July 16th, I moved from Baltimore to Acorn Community, a rural intentional community based in Virginia that I visited last year and briefly wrote about in the article series, My Journey Into the World of Intentional Communities. Although I was accepted for membership last year after my three week visitor period, I decided not to return to Acorn right away, because I was still exploring other work opportunities for myself and wanted to see how things would turn out.

Fast forward to April 2014, and I saw some blog posts about a new venture founded by two Acorn members that I connected with last year called Point A, an organization dedicated to establishing urban intentional communities specifically in the NY, DC, and Baltimore metropolitan areas. Interested in this venture, I got in touch with the founders and planned to come down to VA to attend some events and do some traveling with them, but that idea got pushed back due to conflicts in my own work schedule.

Fast forward again now three months later to July, and an open window formed between projects for me to finally make the transition to come down to VA. Now next week from August 13th to 19th I will be participating in the next Point A trip to NYC and Baltimore, attending networking meetings with various contacts and other groups to hopefully make some progress in establishing some new community opportunities.

For those following Georgi’s latest ascension news, you’ll see how amazingly synchronistic the timing of all this is, as my trip to NYC aligns perfectly with the period in which he will be undergoing his surgery. It seems things are beginning to take off during this most auspicious time, so keep your eyes open for more evidence of movement across the global headlines.

Through our actions we manifest our ascension on the world stage, so remain aware of the occurrences in your life, big and small. They are all significant and serve as the fuel to ignite the much needed inferno of change that lies ahead.

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