The United States Constitution Is About To Be Activated–Finally

A month or so ago, I was talking to Saint Germain, and just as our time was running out, he grabbed me by saying, “Of course, the United States Constitution hasn’t even been triggered yet.”

Say what?  Well, I had to go back and ask him to clarify this. Why on earth would it have been created and put into place more than 200 years ago if we weren’t even really using it?

Well, it seems the United States was established as a place where there would be freedom of human consciousness and expression. And it has taken 200+ years to gather all possible expressions of that in the United States.

All races, all religions, all nationalities, all belief systems, all possible expressions of what it is to be human. That’s why the US is frequently referred to as a melting pot: it’s the entire potential of the human being on the Earth in a civilization. And the United States was developed to support that one step at a time.


Creation works through a civilization. And each stage of that civilization’s development, the consciousness in that civilization, is provided with a rung, like rungs on a ladder. It’s a progression, a time of preparation, one rung at a time.

The Constitution was a rung and a foundation in the consciousness during the ‘gathering time’ of all possible expressions of being human. And that took a while. The US has now, today, become a microcosm of the macrocosm.

It took 200 years to get everyone in place and blended, a natural coming-together so that different nationalities blended.  And that caused people to not separate into a single identity, but to blend all identities down to a single one that says ‘we are all human beings of the same species.’

Not only that, but the United States is a place where people from every single walk of life have chosen the environment. Those who have chosen to come to the US most often have come from a soul perspective of freedom. Not freedom of the individual ego, but freedom of the expression of the soul.

The United States is not a country that produces Americans, that you have to be born here which then makes you a valid representation of the human being. That’s not so, that’s not what the Constitution says. It says, ALL beings, and it doesn’t matter what color you are, what religion, what gender, what age.

The Constitution says it: all human beings are equal, without determining anything else as superior or inferior.

Non-Threatening Founders

But it was created in a very, very difficult way, during a time when there was an incredible amount of ownership, ego, separation and individuality.  A lot of what’s good, what’s bad or otherwise. So whenever you’re trying to introduce something that is beyond the times, beyond ‘now,’ it’s best to use those who are considered non-threatening.  So it moves through easily.  This was why those who were considered minorities could not participate. It would have derailed the process.

The people involved in developing and putting the Constitution into place were non-threatening yet were allowed to hold an authority.  They had no idea what they were doing, but only that they had to throw a document together and that there wasn’t much time in which to do this.

They had to come to terms with that, had to come into agreement, and they had no idea what the document’s place would be in the future. They simply were directed to do what they did.

And they didn’t take a lot of time poring over it. If someone had looked at it from the outside, they would have thought it just looked thrown together. But it wasn’t.  It worked.

From the perspective of the people putting it together, it was totally ego. But it was truly orchestrated through their souls.

Can’t Budge It

Any attempts to change, shift and adjust the Constitution never interrupts the foundation. Not possible, as it’s been anchored and stabilized.  And as we move into this whole new phase, into 2013, the Constitution will begin to be fully activated. In other words, used.

It will start to be affected in ways it’s never been pushed on before. And now that it’s useful means there will be many people wanting to destroy it, change it, fix it, adjust it, but it will not change.

It’s at the place that as it starts to be activated, it causes people to get agitated. Watch what happens: a lot of conversation about what the United States is, based on its Constitution. Not based on its actions or behaviors from the past.

The word Constitution will become quite a big part of conversation.

So the activation of the human expression as we move through these new times, is the activation of the Constitution at its finest. It says clearly that there is a freedom that comes from the heart and soul of every human being to express the Universe, the Intelligence that each is born out of.

And that is not a religious statement. That is a creation statement.


Up Next: Why the United States Is No Longer Big Daddy For The World


8 Comment(s)

  1. You are so right. The founding fathers, and the founding mothers, too, had a vision for us and the Constitution. I like your premise here: that only now, we are growing into the vision that was ours, all along!!

    Kate Loving Shenk | Oct 19, 2012 | Reply

  2. Absolutely. It made no sense when he said it hadn’t been triggered yet, so I had to press him for a response. I did ask him about Abigail Adams, by the way, was her soul involved in this, too and he said no, her soul did not participate, she was coming purely from ego. I guess that can be another session!

    Heidi | Oct 19, 2012 | Reply

  3. Hi Heidi,

    “All human beings” – what a great point.

    It’s interesting that even today, despite all the advances and provisions made to eliminate hatred, it still very much exists.

    As you said, human expression is such a great testament to what this Universe is all about.

    Have a great weekend!


    Christine Brady | Oct 19, 2012 | Reply

  4. Yes, isn’t it amazing that it’s taken 200 years? Now, as we go into what Saint Germain calls Co-Creation, we’ll see some big changes in the consciousness. Those hanging on to the old consciousness will be in the most discomfort. And we’re seeing that already. The founders meant freedom for all, not a percentage of the whole. We sit back and watch, I guess.

    Heidi | Oct 19, 2012 | Reply

  5. Awesome insight Heidi! I love that we’re “blended”.

    My son asked me today (he’s 10, mind you… that’s another matter… lol!)…. “it’s fine if my girlfriend is black, right”?

    Absolutely! Love is blind baby!

    Thanks H!
    Hugs 2 U!


    Karen Kay | Oct 19, 2012 | Reply

  6. I gotta tell you, SG tells me the most extraordinary things. The next one will be good, too: why the US stopped being the caretaker of the world. I love your son’s comment. It’s amazing that people still believe that their bodies are who they are! Glad you liked it.


    Heidi | Oct 19, 2012 | Reply

  7. This is good stuff! I love that you say the United States is full of people who CHOOSE to live here. What a testament to our country! You are spot on that we are finally all blended. Preach it, sistah!

    Martha Giffen | Oct 22, 2012 | Reply

  8. Yes, I couldn’t understand why on earth we’d had this constitution for 200 years without really using it. Now that all representations of humanity are here, it can move forward. So watch the fireworks when those who like the status quo get fired up and try to fix it, adjust it or destroy it. Patriarchy is over, boys!

    Heidi | Oct 22, 2012 | Reply

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