There comes a point where you've learned so many of the lessons and transmuted so much, that your world feels blank, dull, and pointless. That's where I am now because I no longer serve a purpose in 3D and am only here to wait until the moment of ascension and I can purge a couple other negative things, but that's even almost gone now. Its like my life is on pause because I'm just waiting. So, pace yourself on figuring out your lessons or be sure to find something that you can do to kill the boredom. If I find an energy node that I can just surf for a while and it feels good, I no longer feel in pain from the boring neutrality.
If I get cold with you or you think I'm cold with you at some point, don't take it personally. I don't feel much of anything anymore and I'm simply in a state of suspension until the moment of ascension so my life has greater purpose again. Right now my focus is on helping others since right now I only have a couple things to work on and they are almost finished now too. So, I'm in pain much of the time from being neutral since 3D isn't useful to me anymore in the sense of transmuting lessons. (My own or other people's that were embedded in the Earth.)
Also, I can see that some people might think I'm saying I'm perfect, and that's not the case. if I had more lessons to learn that would bring me into a state of excitement again or I had a way to make my life less neutral without the lessons, then I'd be happier. In in pain because I don't have a purpose that interests me anymore. So, that being said, in my neutral state, the only real thing I can give in 3D now a days is my assistance to other people who need help in their own lessons.
I want to go home, but I also want to help set up the new Earth as that's where I feel a quickening. (An energetic pull that has an exciting feeling) So, I need to be here until the moment of ascension so I can help set up new Earth with everyone.
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