Channeling COLLECTIVE Wisdom

THE COLLECTIVE
"We know that you are on the cusp of a brand new civilization upon this planet. A civilization born of those who are divine...and know it."
THE COLLECTIVE
"You are a melding of the best intentions of the brightest, of the most loving and caring, entities in the Universe."
THE COLLECTIVE
"You came here at the turning of the energy - at the foundation of a new human race...that you may manifest and experience a greater measure of your own divinity within this human body."
THE COLLECTIVE
"The beings upon this plane were supposed to be some of the most powerful beings ever created. A divine mixture, a divine melding, of the very best that the Universe has to offer.

“At the end of the day, none of you are going to be judged morally.  You’re not going to be judged at all.  It’s not the purpose in being here.  The purpose in being here is to have an experience.”

The COLLECTIVE

A Message from The Collective
Play Video

RELATIONSHIPS ARE SHIFTING

The purpose of this webinar series is to help participants understand and cope with the changing frequency of relationships as we go through a dynamic shift in consciousness.  Like everything else, relationships are becoming more contentious as our societies become more unstable. 

THIS WEBINAR SERIES WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!

Every Week We’ll Cover:

How can I be so sure of that?  Our very existence is born of relationship.  When relationships improve, so does the human experience.

I’m so excited about You…and Everyone Else!  Like a pebble thrown in a pond, this webinar series will focus on the ever-widening circles of relationship that are inherent in all our lives.  Some of them, such as family, we struggle to understand and strive to improve.  Others, like the people we intersect every day and never really see, affect our lives but we make no effort to address them.

The COLLECTIVE teaches that collectively we’re “the mind of Source.”  Intricately, eternally connected to one another and all that is.  Every relationship matters within the context of its role in our lives.  Learning to discern the frequency of our relationships, and consciously value and honor their service in our personal expansion, is key to our evolution individually and collectively.

Course Content

Week One

Frequency and Relationships

Relationships are becoming more polarized every day. While we work to shift our focus to the 5th dimension, our 3rd-dimensional experience of relationship is coming to the surface to be cleared.  The COLLECTIVE has taught that relationship is the most misunderstood area of our human experience.  Why do some relationships work and others don’t?  We’ll set the foundation of our time together with a thorough examination of the dynamics and frequency of relationship.

Week Two

Releasing Family Programming

This week will be spent acknowledging and understanding the power and purpose of family.  Our first experience of relationship, and our most closely held beliefs about relationship, were formed and solidified during our childhood.  Discerning which aspects of these pivotal ties have served us, and which haven’t, is essential to moving on emotionally and physically toward healthier relationships.  After all, we’re not just dealing with our own programmable childhood.  In relationship, we’re intersecting everyone else’s as well.   

Week One

The Basics of Relationship
and Frequency

Relationships are becoming more polarized every day. While we work to shift our focus to the 5th dimension, our 3rd-dimensional experience of relationship is coming to the surface to be cleared.  The COLLECTIVE has taught that relationship is the most misunderstood area of our human experience.  Why do some relationships work and others don’t?  We’ll set the foundation of our time together with a thorough examination of the dynamics and frequency of relationship.

Week Two

Releasing Family Programming

This week will be spent acknowledging and understanding the power and purpose of family.  Our first experience of relationship, and our most closely held beliefs about relationship, were formed and solidified during our childhood.  Discerning which aspects of these pivotal ties have served us, and which haven’t, is essential to moving on emotionally and physically toward healthier relationships.  After all, we’re not just dealing with our own programmable childhood.  In relationship, we’re intersecting everyone else’s as well.   

Week Three

Resolving and Attracting Intimate
Relationships

As humans, we internalize intimate relationships in a powerful way.  Second only to the family itself, our most personal relationships are the mirror through which we measure our value and desirability.  When our deepest relationships don’t work out, it can leave us devastated and confused.  This week we’ll explore releasing blame and rejection, resolving intimate relationship patterns, and moving toward trusting self and others.  We’ll also discuss pursuing intimacy with organic and deliberate intention.

Week Four

Defining and Embracing
Friendship

Like all relationships, friendship has a purpose.  Friends touch our lives in ways that family and lovers don’t.  Friends feel steady and we look for them to be there through thick and thin.  However, like other relationships, friendship can be fraught with expectations, disappointments, and unfulfilled agendas.  Unresolved issues in friendship can leave us feeling lonely, suspicious, and aloof.  In this session, we’ll discuss taking responsibility for our friendships, resolving or dissolving friendships based on new criteria, and learning to attract healthy friendships that add meaning to our lives.

Week Three

Resolving and Attracting
Intimate Relationships

As humans, we internalize intimate relationships in a powerful way.  Second only to the family itself, our most personal relationships are the mirror through which we measure our value and desirability.  When our deepest relationships don’t work out, it can leave us devastated and confused.  This week we’ll explore releasing blame and rejection, resolving intimate relationship patterns, and moving toward trusting self and others.  We’ll also discuss pursuing intimacy with organic and deliberate intention.

Week Four

Defining and Embracing
Friendship

Like all relationships, friendship has a purpose.  Friends touch our lives in ways that family and lovers don’t.  Friends feel steady and we look for them to be there through thick and thin.  However, like other relationships, friendship can be fraught with expectations, disappointments, and unfulfilled agendas.  Unresolved issues in friendship can leave us feeling lonely, suspicious, and aloof.  In this session, we’ll discuss taking responsibility for our friendships, resolving or dissolving friendships based on new criteria, and learning to attract healthy friendships that add meaning to our lives.

Week Five

Relationships of Necessity

Relationships of necessity are those intersections with the human race that come as a consequence of a perceived need or desire.  The relationships themselves were not the primary reason for the bond.  A powerful relationship of necessity is employment.  The endeavor itself is meant to service our need for economic stability, but it inherently comes with relationship, even for the self-employed.  Our lives intersect others with common needs on a regular basis.  We’ll examine what role control and fear play in these types of relationships, consider responsibility for our choices, and learn to reimagine the frequency of situational relationships. 

Week Six

Understanding Collective
Consciousness

Our collective consciousness, by its very definition, involves relationship.  We’re sharing this world with billions of other humans.  It’s not unusual to occasionally run into them.  What makes these connections unique is that we’re not cognitively processing them as relationships.  Considering the level of contrast in our society at present, these can be some of the most disconcerting and misunderstood relationships we’re currently experiencing.  Learning to choose our frequency, instead of reacting to circumstance, is an important element of this week’s teaching.  We’ll also be discussing the role of the collective mind in all relationships.

Week Five

Relationships of Necessity

Relationships of necessity are those intersections with the human race that come as a consequence of a perceived need or desire.  The relationships themselves were not the primary reason for the bond.  A powerful relationship of necessity is employment.  The endeavor itself is meant to service our need for economic stability, but it inherently comes with relationship, even for the self-employed.  Our lives intersect others with common needs on a regular basis.  We’ll examine what role control and fear play in these types of relationships, consider responsibility for our choices, and learn to reimagine the frequency of situational relationships. 

Week Six

Understanding Collective
Consciousness

Our collective consciousness, by its very definition, involves relationship.  We’re sharing this world with billions of other humans.  It’s not unusual to occasionally run into them.  What makes these connections unique is that we’re not cognitively processing them as relationships.  Considering the level of contrast in our society at present, these can be some of the most disconcerting and misunderstood relationships we’re currently experiencing.  Learning to choose our frequency, instead of reacting to circumstance, is an important element of this week’s teaching.  We’ll also be discussing the role of the collective mind in all relationships.

“If you’ve been paying attention, you would know that your morality has not stopped challenging circumstance from coming and it will not be your resolution.  We don’t speak against morality.  Morality is implied in your experience, in your choices.  It’s clinging to your morality, believing that your morality is a solution to your fear, that we wish to discuss.”

The COLLECTIVE