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Shift in Consciousness Ezine

Original essay, articles from thought leaders and stories from around the web on the shift in consciousness movement and the call to create a new earth. New editions of the ezine are available bimonthly.


Ascension, Resurrections,

Shifts, & Transformations

Personal, uncut and unedited monologues; venting, sharing, reflecting, and taking note of the diminishing line that separates the inner and outer world.

Transforming the American Workplace Blog

Based on the book 16 Mondays- for people who hate their jobs, this blog explores the unsustainable emotion of misery, in and outside of the American workplace. New editions of the blog are available bimonthly.


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   Akilah t’Zuberi is an artist, author, writer, gardener and advocate for the New Earth. Her ideas are based on the knowledge systems outlined in A Course in Miracles and A Course of Love. A Course in Miracles assists students in healing the belief in separation through the practice of forgiveness until a total shift in perception is achieved. A Course of Love trilogy continues addressing this healing through a text, treatises and dialogues that guide students back to their natural state of awareness, Christ Consciousness:


 Jesus Christ is only one of the many who have demonstrated Christ Consciousness. It is the moment to moment remembrance of being in love, in relationship and unity with God/Universe. This is our natural state of consciousness and, when sustained, will guide us in creating a New Earth. ~ Akilah t’Zuberi


 Akilah examines how the beliefs in separation shape our lives and our world, and how it is responsible for all of our suffering:


 The belief in separation is a belief system of disconnectedness, conflict and duality. Its basic tenants are the beliefs in lack,  limitation and scarcity. I think that becoming aware of the connection between our beliefs and our day to day experiences is one of the ways that we are becoming aware of the power of our minds; but more importantly, we can observe and experience the effects that the belief in separation has on how life is lived on this planet.  Shifting our beliefs to ones that are life-giving, instead of life degenerating, is a start to creating our lives anew  and creating a New Earth that will operate for the highest good of all life.  ~Akilah t’Zuberi



  The blog, Transforming the American Workplace, is based on her second book 16 Mondays- for people who hate their jobs. The book assists business owners, leaders, employers and employees in uncovering the cause of unhappiness that affects over 80 million of America’s 100 million full-time workers:


Workplace misery is the result of workers attempt to separate who they are from what they do; they cannot, and this is why they are so miserable.  The solution to workplace misery eludes business owners, leaders, consultants, and workers who are attempting to solve the problem with the same separation consciousness that makes workplace misery.  Businesses lose up to $5 billion (US) per year in lost productivity due to workplace misery.  The solution is crystal clear: the American workplace, like all the institutions that we have made, must be healed of the separation. The healing must be initiated from within by those who operate the workplace: business owners, leaders, employers and employees. This is all that will bring about the transformation of the American workplace; otherwise, we will continue to witness the collapse of one of America’s most cherished institutions. Businesses cannot operate as usual in this new energy. ~Akilah t’Zuberi


 New editions of Transforming the American Workplace blog are available bimonthly; Akilah’s other publications include Graphic Notes to the Sessions in Shifting (2013), available online; Inner World Press Shift in Consciousness Ezine (new editions available the bimonthly, online); The You Scriptures (2010).


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 Akilah earned a B.A. in English, a M.A. in women’s literature from California State University, Sacramento. Her Ph.D. in metaphysics is from The American Institute of Holistic Theology.


 She divides her time between Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Oaxaca, Mexico.


  What I have discovered is that there are but two ways to live life on the planet: in an abusive, destructive, and fear-filled relationship with the belief in separation, or in a loving and supportive relationship with God. Those two choices have always been available, but I know now that only one choice is real. ~  Akilah t’Zuberi


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