Fully Embodied Expression and The Vibrational Radar of the Body

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As we are more and more exposed to the possibility that what we are reading, listening to, or even watching, is, to put it bluntly, fake, and indeed  possibly AI generated, it is becoming even more essential that we are able to perceive the difference; to actually feel the difference between what is true, and what is not true, and to also be able to express in a way that makes it possible for the listener, the viewer, or the reader to be able to feel, and indeed learn for themselves to be aware of this differentiation. 

When it comes down to it, it has always been possible to literally feel the difference between what is vibrationally authentic expression and what is not. The thing is, we are not taught this, and there are not many examples or reference points that are a Rosetta Stone of vibrational awareness. Let’s face it. When it comes to this differentiation, we, the human race, have been practising calumny, lying and deception for eons, so is not AI and its deepfake generations, simply an extrapolation of this?

On one level however, we do have a lodestone of awareness to help us make our way through this literal maze… and that is our human body, which will always be letting us know what is true and what is not. The thing is, we have been brought up to literally ignore the when-they-are listened-to deafening reports that the body continually sends us. (As in don’t drink that, don’t smoke that, don’t do this or don’t go there,) and which we continue to ignore at our peril.

So it behoves us to firstly listen to ourselves so we are not overriding the ongoing messages from our bodies. And to be able to consequently come into tune with ourselves, and thus experience a continual sense of harmony, even stillness, from which we can truly listen.

So now, when this tuned listening apparatus, us, as the tuned human body, is focused on what is being directed at us, we are able to begin to discern what is true and authentic versus what is a construct.

This ability has always been with us. And it is our responsibility as evolving beings to be able to discern, in the midst of it all, what is true and what is not. It is simply that now, when the words fake and deep fake are becoming part of our everyday language, that what is ‘truly true’ can also become a part of our day-to-day expression and discussion.

We can feel our expression throughout our whole body and in our hearts, or we can feel it in our throats and in our heads, (depending on from whence it is generated) and in the same way, we can also feel other people‘s expressions and where they are expressing from.

This vibrational radar of the body will always be an indicator of the quality of what we are listening to, and its authenticity, or not.

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