Have no regrets. Take stock of your shortcomings, your stumbles and your mistakes. Acknowledge them so that you can achieve the most transformative way of experiencing your ascension toward divinity.
Ihad the pleasure to interview Lanette Jamieson. Lanette is the founder and creator of the Seed Movement. The movement serves to encourage the abandonment of old, learned and conditioned ways of seeing the world as well as to help people rid themselves of negativity and judgement so that they can create what they want to see around them. This sudden revelation came sometime after Lanette experienced crossing over to the other side on the surgical table during a heart surgery procedure. “Then suddenly energy burst around me. I was unconscious, but somehow, I felt conscious and aware. How could this be? What was happening? I saw sparks all around me and felt a sense of explosion, my being shooting upwards like a rocket ship. It was at once exciting and serene; a sense of relief overcame me.”
Thank you so much for joining us Lanette! Can you tell us a story about what brought you to this specific career path?
A near death experience several years ago in my twenties was one of the best things that happened to me so far in life. I laid seven minutes and thirty nine seconds without a heartbeat on an operating room table.
I not only can recall my time in this half state between life and death, but made a choice to heal down here on Earth just as I had done while in heaven and this passage created a way for me to bridge divine energy with this dimension we call the physical realm. I am here to reveal that we are all capable of experiencing this process, if we so choose.
Once ‘leaving my physical body’ happened for me, I knew my thoughts about a career serving people who wish to ascend in becoming the greatest version of themselves would be my only calling. My proprietary recipe can bring any soul to a limitless place and this method can compliment any career or life path in a seamless and borderless way.
Can you share the most interesting story that happened to you since you began your career?
Hey you! Are you afraid, confused and uncertain especially in these difficult times? I am here to tell you that all of those things disappear once you are in heaven. Actually, they don’t just disappear. They are lifted off and carried away like chocolate ice cream stains on a white t-shirt. This story is not as much about my death as it is about the idea of a global transformation. The reality that transformation in our hearts and minds even down to the very thoughts we carry, must take place until they can no longer pull us away from our true authentic selves.
Can you tell us about your “Big Idea That Might Change The World”?
The biggest idea I have ever deployed for widespread adoption is LOVE. The Seed Movement was a divine download reinforced by the eight minutes I spent in the other life. During that time, the prevailing ideology — that with which I was enveloped, was love. I’m talking about the LOVE consciousness. In heaven I learned that each soul comes into its particular lifetime to live and contribute for the greater good of all humanity. Any soul can choose either an assisting role or a primary role. An assisting role helps another soul to discover its mission. A primary role looks like a compilation of previous lifetimes and lives on Earth to discover lessons not learned in previous lives. Both discovery processes involve being uncomfortable, tenacious, and patient in a variety of situations over a range of vibrations. The primary soul, however, must learn to release the lower vibrations to overcome larger obstacles, which can be extremely difficult in current times.
How do you think this will change the world?
Once we are pulled into our higher calling — conscious of love — we are able to effectuate positive change. Think of all the adversity and trauma we have suffered as a human race and all of the ingenuity that has risen from it. Shortages are met by apps and innovations that people can use to supplement physical and emotional needs. Job loss has been mitigated by the rise of entrepreneurship and job creation. Social injustice has been met with swift activism in the form of protest en masse. Assaults are documented in real time with cameras and crises are met with widespread community response. We keep vigil for those who are in grave danger. The love consciousness is derived from source. It is inextricably connected to birth and death. Only when we are tapped in can we ascend to greatness in servitude to others. This is the hallmark of the Seed movement.
It is important to understand one cannot conflate love with narcissism. Nacricissm, by definition is the erotic gratification derived from admiration of one’s own physical or mental attributes — a normal condition at the infantile level of personality development. That there is a perpetual battle between good and evil, we are certain. The Chinese call this yin and yang. When negative influences sap our energies leading us into chaotic and destructive outcomes, we find there are places where forces of good appear. Such an example can be observed with Hariet Tubman’s Underground Railroad, a network designed to free the enslaved. When we model hateful, greedy behavior and we receive an awakening — often triggered by the acknowledgement of our own mortality, we are generally prone to change course. Still it is important to note that narcissists and sociopaths are exempt from this progression.
While it is true that evil and hate reign in the hearts of many, we have come to learn that it will not, for the majority of us. Think of Roberts’ poem, a simple rhyming tale read as a bedtime story. The piece takes on heavy themes — corporate greed, familial alienation, the pandemic — and somehow comes up with a happy ending. Set in an unspecified future, the poem looks back on pre-pandemic life and imagines a “great realisation” sparked by the scourge, much like how darkness works in tandem with light.
What do you need to lead this idea to widespread adoption?
During this time, both the planet and people need so much healing. The Universe will show our hearts that we can share in the most loving ways of finding solutions to our daily infrastructural needs. My prediction is that we will most likely not return to old ways. A time of change is upon us. Contempt for the rot of racism and division will take on a deeper meaning than ever before. We will hold one another, standing shoulder to shoulder as allies strengthened by the fortitude of new leadership.
We can see the love movement take hold in the gripping throes of today’s protests. Such a heinous act as the killing of George Floyd from a Minneapolis police officer to the murder of Breonna Taylor, has incited a momentum for the abolishment of old power dynamics. When we connect strongly with our heart, we invite in the divine light and remember how to elevate our consciousness. It is the reason we are undeterred by bullets, beatings and gas brought on old paradigms of corruption, domination and greed that no longer serve us. Our widespread adoption, for all beings to be free from pain and suffering, has only grown in force.
What are your “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started” and why.
- Have no regrets. Take stock of your shortcomings, your stumbles and your mistakes. Acknowledge them so that you can achieve the most transformative way of experiencing your ascension toward divinity.
- Find your humility. Did you know that humility is the secret sauce espoused by today’s most powerful leaders? Leadership is not exemplified by might or by show of force, but by humility.
- Experience resistance. We are triggered by dissonance. We fight with that with which we do not agree. We carry internal conflict. Sit in the abundance of your divine being as you are alive today and consider your legacy for when you are called home.
- Live in the now. Living in the now is imperative to the growth of one’s soul. Yesterday is already gone and tomorrow is not promised. Be present with what isn’t comfortable and work daily to become grounded in this understanding.
- Let go of ego, control, competitiveness and intense fear based patterns so that you can raise the frequency of your DNA, which in turn activates your higher self and your higher life purpose.
Which principles or philosophies have guided your life? Your career?
Gratitude is an activity I practice daily. It is an integral part of deepening your understanding of others and their plight.
Can you share with our readers what you think are the most important “success habits” or “success mindsets”?
The definition of success is under constant reassessment. What does success mean in today’s world? Yale’s psychology of happiness classroom, one of the most attended courses of all time, defines success habits around eight parameters. These include setting goals (and working to achieve them), getting enough sleep, meditation, exercise, human connection, initiating kindness, expressing gratitude and savoring.
Success mindsets, often centered around finance, literacy and wellness means preparing for any eventuality. Many communities are suppressed from having the luxury of being able to plan financially for themselves, oppressed in the institutionalisation of injustice, which is why empathy remains, for me the most important success habit of all time. I want to thank my publicist at Niki Inc and Fotis Georgiodis’s for the opportunity to share this stance.
Some very well known VCs read this column. If you had 60 seconds to make a pitch to a VC, what would you say?
I am especially motivated by the modern day activists of our time who operate in the love consciousness. Malala Yousafzai, Bethenny Frankel, Muhammad Yunus, MoveOn.org and others who support the tearing down of old hierarchical structures that serve to oppress all know that there must be a centralized place where capital can be invested for the allocation of seed money for social entrepreneurship. We know that The Seed Movement will continue to effectuate global change with a million dollar investment.
How can our readers follow you on social media?
Please follow us on twitter here https://twitter.com/TheSeedMovement
@theseedmovementofficial on Instagram.
Thank you so much for joining us. This was very inspirational. 🙂
Lanette Jamieson of the Seed Movement: Why We Desperately Need a Consciousness of Love was originally published in Authority Magazine on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.