by David McLeod | Dec 23, 2019 | No Comments

“Waking up”—that is, elevating your consciousness to the point where you are clear about who you really are and why you are here—is a wonderful thing, and it brings with it all kinds of improvements to life that you might never have expected. What I’ve found in my life is that, shortly after going through some amazing, life-changing awakenings, I was confronted with conditions and situations that seemed to be drawing me back into old habits that inhibited my wakefulness. The problem is, I wanted to stay awake! This episode provides some discussion about that very issue.

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