Matias De Stefano Remembers His Past Lives, Here and On Other Planets

Matias De Stefano Remembers His Past Lives, Here and On Other Planets

What can we learn from an Indigo child on a spiritual mission directed by his spirit guides who remind him of his past life in a colony of Atlantis? And even another lifetime before that? “Matias De Stefano: The Journey of Remembering” offers just that. 

Matias De Stefano’s journey to uplift the consciousness of the planet begins with a fascinating memoir as he recounts his early days remembering these lives and how they led him to start his spiritual work in his home country of Argentina.

Matias began communicating with his spirit guides at a young age when he first started remembering his earlier incarnations from the now-lost colony of Kehm in the ancient Atlantean empire. He also recalls his life prior on another planet, Gludok, in the Canis Major star system. 

The purpose of remembering, he says, is to understand his current mission of bringing heaven on earth, which is known by its Atlantean name, Ater Tumti. Matias began this mission by energizing a community of thousands of people who were moved to bring about a change on our ailing planet.

Traveling through more than 40 countries, Matias set out on a journey to turn the keys to numerous portals across the globe, in order to open up the chakras of the Earth. 

“The more the portals open like flowers, the more flow of energy (there is) for everyone — not just humans, not just trees, but everyone on this planet,” he says.

But Matias’ mission isn’t a new one; it began for him more than 12,000 years ago during the Age of Leo. Today, Matias is fully devoted to this important spiritual assignment and enjoys spreading his message to those who are receptive. But the journey hasn’t always been an easy one. 

Matias says his calling became apparent in early childhood with constant visitations from interdimensional beings (his guides), who helped him to remember these past lives. 

As an atypical child, Matias often found himself alone, interacting with beings no one else could see. In school, he often felt ostracized by those who couldn’t understand what he was going through.  Though once Matias began speaking publicly to interested groups, he realized there were others like him, who were also seeking to elevate global consciousness.

Matias essentially channels memories to provide him with a stream of meaningful information, with help from his guides who provide context for these memories. But as insightful as the messages are, his speeches haven’t always been completely seamless.

One day, while giving a presentation in Spain at age 23, Matias’ mind went completely blank. At that moment, he realized his guides were creating a clean slate for him to receive new downloads. But it was an awkward moment to freeze up in front of so many people.

Shortly thereafter, they revealed that on November 11, 2011 (11/11/11), he would have to prepare a gathering to shift the energy of a specific location. This cryptic dictate forced him on a journey into both inner and outer worlds where he could receive a set of instructions that would take him to the next step of a journey that would nearly kill him…

 

Check out Matias De Stefano's first live speaking event at Gaia!



How to Connect with Your Ancestors Spiritually Through Ceremony

How to Connect with Your Ancestors Spiritually Through Ceremony

The desire to communicate with our ancestors is an innate part of the human experience. We intuitively sense their presence in our wisdom bodies, and it begs the question: can we communicate with them?

Through daily prayer, meditation, creation of art, music, food, and ceremony, the ancestor spirits can communicate, guide, protect, and heal the living. Ancestral communication has been a spiritual practice in every wisdom tradition throughout time. Your ability to connect with your ancestors is always available.

In particular, the days on and around October 31 to November 2 are a transformational portal on the wheel of life. It’s the mid-point between fall and winter, the death and dying season. Therefore, it’s a powerful time to communicate with one’s deceased family members. Read on and receive intuitive guidance on how to create a beautiful ceremonial journey to communicate with your ancestors.

The Traditions of Ancestral Communication

Ancestral communication is an ancient and daily practice found in many cultures around the world, including Mayan, Celtic, Aborigine, Native American, Ancient Greece, Ancient Eurasia, African Tribal, Tibetan, and the Vedic/Yogic traditions. Some major religions, such as the Catholic faith, honor the deceased on All Saints Day and All Souls Day with prayers, candles, incense, chanting, ceremony, and offerings. In Mexico, they celebrate the Day of the Dead (Dia De Los Muertos). In the Celtic tradition, Samhain observes the transition time between the two worlds.

In our culture, we are familiar with Halloween or All Hallows Eve. However, much of the essence and spiritual wisdom connected to these ceremonial days – meant to honor and communicate with one’s ancestors – has been lost.

Through ancestral communication, you’re able to open your heart, experiencing a deeper love within yourself, due to the connection you have with your family tree. Through this practice, people have been able to reconcile deep wounds and karmic patterns that stem back from past life trauma and even issues between the deceased and living families.

Ancestral work can transform the karmas of past generations, as well as work into the current and future generations for healing.

Halloween and The Day of the Dead

These two celebrations are traditionally considered ceremonial days and nights to honor and communicate with one’s ancestors. This is a time to create family altars, perform ceremonies with the ancestors, and lay out offerings of flowers, incense, crystals, art, and food. Halloween or All Hallows Eve literally means Holy Night or All Saint’s Night. It is a time to honor and communicate with those who have taken their spirit walk, ancestors, and the holy or saintly ones. The Day of the Dead maintains the spiritual essence of ceremony, honor, and communication in the deeper regions of Mexico.

Imagine dozens of families from surrounding villages joyfully creating altars, cooking and sharing food, lighting candles, putting up photos of their deceased, and playing music all around the central plaza. It is a very moving experience that observers can truly feel through their intentions and offerings to their familial ancestors.

Elements of these beautiful ceremonies and altar practices can be observed in our modern Halloween by way of candles in jack-o-lanterns, candy offerings, and festivities. If you choose, you can mindfully reconnect to these veneration practices while the veil between the two worlds is open this time of year.

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