Saturday, April 16, 2011

Awaken Vow Break

I now rescind any and all vows that I have taken to experience the illusion of unconsciousness. As Lightbearer of my genetic lineage, I break these vows for myself and all of my ancestors.

I declare these vows null and void in this incarnation, and all incarnations across time and space, parallel realities, alternate universes, all planetary systems, all Source systems, all dimensions, and the Void.

I ask for the release of all crystals, devices, thought forms, emotions, matrices, veils, cellular memory, pictures of reality, genetic limitation, and death. NOW!

Under the Law of Grace and by the Decree of Victory!

by the Decree of Victory! by the Decree of Victory!

As Spirit wills, I ask for Awakening! As Spirit wills, we are Awake!

In the beginning, I AM THAT I AM!

B'resheet, Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh!


  1. this is a prayer from the book:
    "What is LightBody"

  2. It is a channel thru a human - it's all HEBREW and Kabbalah which is highly esoteric and studied by ALL who wish to be a Light out of the darkness and into the darkness - ONE. Baruch Hashem

  3. “Yod”, “Hey”, “Vav”, “Hey” (blessed be His name) spell the name of God and is associated with the phrase,
    “Ehyeh asher ehyeh” which can be translated to mean; “I am that I am”, but probably more
    accurately translated as “I shall be as I shall be”. His name communicates the eternal,
    timeless, and unchanging aspect of the God of Yisra'el. Truly he is the same yesterday, today,
    and forever. If we say that He has changed his mind or that some of His covenants have
    been abolished, than we violate the very purpose of His name.
    For those whom take hold of His name - His salvation and covenant is eternal. When we
    realize this and demonstrate this through a life of holiness and obedience we show respect
    for His name. This is how we keep the commandment that tells us not to take His name in
    vain or to bring his name to naught.
    He alone is faithful. He alone was there in the beginning and will be there in the end. He
    wants us to join Him eternally. If you haven’t already decided to do so…take hold with your
    whole heart, soul, and strength…Shema Yisra'el!
    Shabbat shalom!