Deeply Awake CHANNEL: What Lies Beyond The Last Rung By Kathy Vik 2-16-17

 

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A powerful and moving channel chock full o’ anomalies, powerful in its imagery of once again equating ascension to being able to stay in the void, in trust. It’s the first time they have given me a glimmer, truly a feel, for what lies beyond the last rung. It is the third of four videos I will produce today, but the last will come later, once I have lived out my day. Enjoy this gift in good health and humor. Namaste.

The channel is induced beginning at 7:55, and resolving into full channel at 8:18.

 

 

 

 

 

 

An astounding anomaly when they say the word “atoner,” the whole word slowed down for emphasis. So I looked up the word, and now I better understand the recorded actions of our dear brother, and maybe understand a bit how to navigate this next part with grace, balance and honor to all.

The teaching begins at 18:28, with amplification at 19:55, another at 20:55, and the anomaly’s start at 21:28, and then the big one, this word, at 21:35

 

 

British Dictionary definitions for atoneExpand

atone

/əˈtəʊn/

verb

1.

(intransitive) foll by for. to make amends or reparation (for a crime,sin, etc)

2.

(transitive) to expiate: to atone a guilt with repentance

3.

(obsolete) to be in or bring into agreement
Derived Forms
atonable, atoneable, adjective
atoner, noun
Word Origin
C16: back formation from atonement
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Word Origin and History for atoneExpand

atone

v.

1550s, from adverbial phrase atonen (c.1300) “in accord,” literally “atone,” a contraction ofatandone. It retains the older pronunciation of one. The phrase perhaps is modeled on Latin adunare “unite,” from ad- “to, at”(seead- ) + unum “one.”

 

 

 

 

 

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