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Breaking Our Separation Habits

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Jordan Gray channels Joshua, a non-corporeal being, who is the source of “The Seventh Major Understanding.” This metaphysical and spiritual philosophy helps us accept our human nature while living in oneness, our spiritual nature. We need to release the habits that separate our human and spiritual nature. This is our path into an age of peace, love, and abundance for all. The Seventh Major Understanding is a tool or resource to help us grow beyond limiting beliefs of Eastern and Western spiritual doctrine to experience oneness. This is a message of awakening. It bridges the paradox of being eternal and infinite while experiencing a dimension of obvious physical separation.

Jordan is a native Oregonian; he grew up in the beautiful Willamette Valley. His home is in the evening shadow of the coastal mountain range where I enjoy the splendor of nature. As a child, he lived on a farm with his grandparents and this is when his love of animals and nature grew deep roots. His grandmother modeled the lifelong student attitude as she shared her love of astronomy, botany, literature, and more. She passed her natural curiosity about everything on to him.

I have been a student of the Seventh Major Understanding for more than 30 years from the moment when I began channeling Joshua. The message of awakening is profound in the knowledge that we create our own reality, and the mechanics of this go beyond the law of attraction. Furthermore, the Seventh Major Understanding provides an insightful view of this eternal moment of now, multiple dimensions and our place here in the cosmos.

“Throughout this adventure of life, I continue my diligent quest for spiritual insight. I am an eternal student, and I gladly share what I’m learning.”

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