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Psychic Sterling Sinclair Auracature of the Day, Modern Day Prophets, Spirituality and Evangelism, January 20, 2014

Psychic Sterling Sinclair

Auracature of the Day

Modern Day Prophets, Spirituality and Evangelism

January 20, 2014

Is Your Spirituality Truly Open to Newly Awakened Teachings?

If New Prophets Prophetically Speak, Will You Listen?



Spirituality is the center every society.

Whether embracing a common spirituality or shunning it, societies revolve around it.

It is impossible to eliminate spirituality from any society.

Without it, no human society exists.

In my thesis on modern tribalism in western culture, I identify several commonalities of all tribal communities.  The three main commonalities of all tribes are: 1/ Spirituality; 2/Music; 3/a Matriarch.

The number one commonality is spirituality.

This is why places of worship exist first in new communities.

In lesser evolved societies, the following concept still rings true – controlling the spiritual focus of a society means controlling the society.  This primal belief procreates “Holy” wars and religious battles for domination.

Therefore, rooted deep within the depth of the human existence is spirituality.  Often avoiding spirituality through means of logic, simply raises the argument of spirituality to the forefront of people’s minds.  A person may be so set to prove that “God” does not exist and “Heaven” is a fantasy that he/she places the thought of “God” and “Heaven” to the front of his/her conscious mind.  It is possible that the atheist himself/herself thinks of “God,” “Heaven,” and other spiritual matters far more often and intensely than a devout practicing Christian.  Whether one avoids spirituality, tries to prove spirituality is an illusion, or embraces spirituality, it exists around and within.  The center of the tribe remains, Spirituality.

Competition exists in the world or spiritual thought, belief, faith, life and so on.  Whether you are an individual flowing with the Universe or a member of a particular faith, religion, denomination, spiritual group or consciousness movement, you feel that you are in the right place for you at that time or you are seeking just the right place.  At your time in your existence, your spirituality will feel right to you or it will not.

If your spirituality/spiritual stance feels right to you, you will likely look further into it and try to grow in/with it.  When this is the case, you feel ok sharing your beliefs, experiences and sharing with others.

If your spirituality/spiritual stance does not feel right to you, you will likely try to turn from it and look for something else.  When this is the case, you feel ok sharing your experiences and reasons for rejecting the beliefs.

Whether you are talking with a friend, sharing your experience, or delivering a flier to a random stranger, you are spreading the word of your current spirituality/spiritual stance.  You want to share.

On Facebook, my newsfeed streams of posts from people of various faiths and people who claim not to have any faith.  The picture posts and statements are posted as means of evangelizing/counter-evangelizing.  If you make a public post about a spiritual issue, whether directed toward a particular group or as a personal statement, it is still sharing your belief/experience/spirituality/spiritual stance with others.  Even though this form of evangelism/counter-evangelism is exercised through a seeming detached medium, when you post, you are doing the same thing as people delivering fliers (about their spirituality/spiritual stance) to your door.

I know many people who act cruelly to the Jehovah’s Witness people when they deliver fliers and then go on Facebook or call their neighbors to complain about being interrupted by these people sharing their spirituality/spiritual stance.  By posting on Facebook and calling their neighbors to complain and vent, they are exercising their abilities and desires to share their spiritualty, spiritual belief/faith/situation/stance and so forth.  They kick a person off their steps because the person is evangelizing and through the means of their complaints, they too engage evangelism/counter-evangelism.

I run into this more in the “natural,” flow with the “Universe,” “earth celebration” communities than I ever did within the church.

Although this is contradictory to the behavioural belief of acceptance of all people and being open to new ideas, these communities are just as protective of their spiritualties/spiritual stances as any other structured religious group that I have experienced.

Why?  No matter the spirituality, spirituality exists at the center of the tribe.  Spirituality exists at the center of society.  Spirituality exists at the center of life.

When new (seemingly new) spiritual thoughts are shared from dreams and prophetic verse/visions, the thoughts are quickly placed on the back side of the spiritual mind.  The newness of it has very little place in the mind/spirituality/spiritual stance of a person who has a particular spirituality/spiritual stance.  The prophet and the prophetic information is rejected or distanced.  If the visions/verses/dreams align with a particular spirituality/spiritual stance, the prophet and the prophetic information is less distanced and sometimes welcomed.

The modern day prophet or “God-Program Messenger” is sent the visions/verses/dreams in order for them to be shared.  Since they are prophetic, their chance of aligning perfectly with any current spirituality/spiritual stance is sizably reduced in comparison to someone who channels within an already accepted and celebrated spirituality/spiritual stance.

The prophet is to open the eyes and channels for new beginnings.

Our modern culture has become rationality based.  The need to explain the spiritual system and its interconnectivity with humans and God has become paramount.

Prophet verses/visions/dreams, no matter their means of record, are meant to be shared for the sole  purpose to help people move forward through lessons, new concepts, images, reflections and so on.

Is a prophet a form of evangelist?  Absolutely.

The prophet proclaims the word of the “Universal God-Program Origin” that is needed to be shared at the time of sharing and recorded at the time of recording.

The familiar phrase, “Can’t see the forest for the trees,” applies here.

We can be so deeply connected with our spirituality/spiritual stance that the messages from a/the prophet are never seen or heard.  They can even feel like ramblings of a “crazy” person or negative criticisms.

The modern day prophet accepts his/her prophetic position and his/her evangelism qualities/directions/efforts.  The modern day prophet can choose to be silent and in turn fall desperately ill OR share and receive health.  The prophet must allow for loved ones to leave him/her and the prophet must accept the love of other people and eventual community belonging.

The prophet is modest and usually introverted.  Unless the prophet gives into his/her Universally ordained position, he/she will struggle with the realities of public life and the acceptance of others.   Although the prophet is not the type to seek a following, the prophet must allow a following to develop.

We all have many gifts and we all can use those gifts in ways we choose.

The prophet faces a choice of life or no life.

The prophet is an instrument of the “God-Program Origin.”

Whether your spirituality/spiritual stance aligns with the prophet’s visions/verses/dreams, take a moment to consider the weight of sharing that the “Universal God-Program Origin” has placed upon his/her shoulders.

Whether or not the prophet’s words/images/sounds/etc. resound with you at the time you experience them, they are shared for Universal pathways to flow and align as the “Universal  God-Program Origin” has set forth.  Sometimes, the prophet’s visions/verses/dreams are to be seen/heard/experienced by someone so that another person may be touched by them.

We are all part of this magnificent Universal program that we call life.

Spiritualties and spiritual stances will continue to shift and change.

The prophet is a central part of the spirituality.

Spirituality thrives at the center of life.

Many blessings and much love,


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