If the post’s title sounds even remotely familiar, my guess is you’ve read some Dolores Cannon somewhere along the line. But in case you’re not familiar with anything I’ve just wrote, it has been channeled by many that 3 waves of “volunteers” have come to earth to help humans with the ascension process and into a higher dimension. The first wave started coming in at the time of the atomic bombings that utterly destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki in WWII. Because of the devastating effect our own destruction can have on the rest of the universe, it was an absolute necessity to intervene. Because of the newness of this intervention, the first wave had the most difficulty adjusting to their earthly experience. The second wave have had it easier, of course, whereas the last wave, currently children, seem to be coming into this world with their inner knowing and greatness still intact (and prodigy level at ultra max.)
That’s a very simplistic description I’ve just given obviously but it had me thinking about how do you know if you’re one of them? Does it really matter? We all want to feel special and know that we have greatness within us, some of us more than others perhaps. But, I’m guessing, the difference is that these volunteers inherently KNOW they don’t belong – they’re out of time, out of place, yet they know they have a mission to accomplish (even if they have forgotten what it is.) This led me to create a list of “you know you’re a volunteer if…” Personally though, if you’re reading about the ascension process in any way, shape, or form and have that inner knowing of not belonging, you’re more than likely a volunteer.
When I started reading into the ascension process and hearing the likes of the Pleiadians, Dolores Cannon, Kryon, etcetera, I felt like I was finally coming home. (Did you feel this too?) As far back as I can remember, I questioned everything about this human existence, always asking the “why’s.” It led me to read philosophers and religious texts at a very young age. It had me manifesting Jesus to hold a discussion on his existence when I was just 6. It had me experimenting in life and making friends with philosophical types (non-materialistic.) I was the one that could be found at parties communing with the cats or having hour long conversations about ‘what is God?’ I was always the one with the contrary word when I heard others saying they didn’t believe in life on other planets, or saying “this is the only way” politically for this country (ever always the one to understand both sides), or when others were adamantly defending whatever societal construct as being the only way (even though they’re not working like they could.) I was the one having long periods of enlightenment in which I became ecstatic over the full understanding of paradox, or the idea of nothingness in Buddhism, or going on hiatus from the world.
Do I believe myself to be a “volunteer?” I believe the idea resonates within me, but I am not arrogant or knowledgeable enough to fully know without a doubt. Do I believe in that which I am talking about? Once again, it resonates within me. I choose to accept that I know nothing, that truth is subjective as well as collective but only as you wish to believe it to be true. Truth is, perhaps, only that which resonates within you. In short, to not at least honor it, makes claim to being wiser than I truly am. So, though I have compiled/created this list, it is not because I know without a doubt, only because I feel I am being directed to do so.
Signs you might be a volunteer:
Please feel free to list more in the comments or ask any questions if something I wrote baffles you. And, as always, just be your awesome self!