Integration Lifetimes and the Splitting of the Worlds

With polarization still vying for so much attention, this 2014 article on Integration Lifetimes wants a repost. If you have Chronic Lyme Disease, Chronic Fatigue or TBI, you are for sure on an Integration Lifetime. If you experienced massive trauma at a very young age, you’re likely on an Integration Lifetime. If you just don’t fit into ANY group, political party or religion, you might very well be on an Integration Lifetime. Earth Herself is pushing for integration, so even if you’re not personally on an Integration Lifetime, by virtue of being here, now, you feel the dynamics.

Integration remains one of the most challenging concepts for most people. If you need help along the journey, please feel free to contact me. Life beyond that core resistance is miraculous and magical. Radiant and healed.

Laura Bruno's Blog

I keep thinking about Inelia Benz’s recent post, “The Splitting of the Worlds –Coming to a planet near You!” , urging people to consider an option besides simple light or dark … positive or negative. According to Inelia — and I had previously written about this, too:

“The physical separation is really up on the human collective mind right now. I would say, for now, just observe it.

“As I observe it, and this is something that is coming out in the Interview with a Psychic Assassin book, there is a third option manifesting. It’s is so outside of our reality scale that it needs to be observed.

“Basically, light and dark can and do exist without the other. In fact, that’s the only way they can exist. We can see both because there is both existing separately from each other in our world. There is also a reality where…

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12 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Kieron on January 26, 2017 at 7:35 am

    Another post I had missed the first time around, or else it didn’t register at the time and feels “new” to me. Probably the latter… 🙂 This, and Lee Harris’ latest message that Tania shared, is another reference to worlds splitting, i.e the two Mundos. And another astrologer I follow posted about the Chinese Lunar new Year and referenced the widening split between those who are growing spiritually and those who want to remain static. And speaking of splits, wouldn’t you know it, there’s news about a widening crack in the Antarctic ice shelf and a piece of it the size of Delaware is predicted to break off. The Oracle Report, which i really resonate to, also describes the author’s contention that Sophia (ie. the soul of the Earth) is awake after a long cosmic slumber, and the Sun is energetically active (despite the sound of crickets in the media).

    Exciting, if uncertain, times! 🙂

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  2. Posted by Linette on January 26, 2017 at 9:46 am

    I read the original article some months ago while exploring the wealth of information on your blog, but it didn’t strike me then with the power it has this morning. I’ve long been accused of having no “stick-to-it-iveness”, being flaky, and other unflattering characteristics. It’s nice to know there may be a larger purpose behind my insatiable hunger for information and change. I recently had the thought that I go through new ideas and info so quickly, it’s almost a pathology, or as if I am looking for something specific I haven’t found yet. The repost of this article helps me see that behavior in a new light ❤

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  3. Thank you, Kieron. I’ve been following the Antarctica situation for a many years. I know someone who works down there for the winters, interacting with scientists, but she never seems to notice anything too unusual. Hidden in plain view? I suspect it’s hidden anyway. I am somehow related to Admiral Byrd on my paternal grandmother’s side, although I don’t know the exact connections. Perhaps for that reason, Antarctica has always held particular fascination for me.

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  4. So glad this helped, Linette! I love your curiosity, but then … I’m a Gemini, so I would. 😉 My dad’s worst intended insult to me as a child was, “You’re a dilettante and a dreamer.” Said with such scorn and derision: ummmmmm, OK! If that’s the worst you can do… I’ll own that. 🙂

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  5. Posted by CindyW on January 27, 2017 at 11:50 am

    what Linette said (abt it being more significant now) and – thank you for what you say about “not fitting into any religion or party” – I seem to have little pieces of so many! but sometimes wish I could find my own “tribe”, so that so far seems to be online or in nature …

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  6. Posted by Ann Lally on January 29, 2017 at 11:04 am

    Thank you so much for reposting this Laura! This has been a really challenging time interfacing with people who want you to pick a side. If I choose not to pick a side I AM THE PROBLEM! No, not really. I have so much more to say but the words feel “swimmy” at this time I’l leave it at that.

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  7. Online or in nature sounds like a good plan, Cindy. We are all scattered around where needed. 🙂

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  8. Thank you for your comment, Ann. I do know what you mean, and I’m hearing that dynamic from so many clients right now, too, who feel stuck between increasingly irrational and vociferous sides.

    David and I were talking about how newsfeeds and FB are now so customized that the world seems increasingly polarized into echo chambers. I was on the phone with someone recently who sounded like a CNN windup doll, without having any concept of the degree of brain washing. You see similar things on the “other” side, too. It’s bizarre and sobering just how deeply the programming penetrates that people have become their own mockingbird media while thinking these are their own ideas. Verbatim repetition of catch phrases that when I ask people to define the phrases, they cannot define the phrases. And yet, they insist the phrases are true and adamantly deny other possibilities — yet still cannot define their own positions other than the media catch phrases. The Zombie Apocalypse might, in fact, be upon us. 🙂

    Anyway, thanks for having the courage to hold some kind of middle ground of sovereignty over your own being. The more people who do this, the more likely we are to move through this phase in a peaceful way.

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  9. Posted by Linette on January 30, 2017 at 12:35 pm

    haha Isn’t it funny what some people consider an insult? ❤

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  10. Posted by Ashwin on January 31, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    A great post Laura! I come back to it again and again, or whenever you post. ❤

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  11. Thank you, Ashwin! Good go hear from you. ❤

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