April 30, 2013
This was taken directly from the OPPT-IN website. To sign the Oath & Bond, click on the link below. Please remember, this is OPTIONAL. No one NEEDS to sign anything. If it feels right, sign it. If it doesn’t, don’t. If you feel the need to change or alter the document in any way, go for it. Follow your intuition. Go with whatever resonates. Do what feels right and you can’t go wrong 🙂
A BIG thank you to BZ, Holly and the Web Creative team for getting this up. Excellent DOing!! ~BK
If you knew that stepping forward and making a simple declaration, “You Are Free”, enjoined by hundreds of similar declarations, would empower you with a sense of Oneness and Freedom, would you declare?
Listen to the experiences of some of the One People who have signed and sent in their Declaration of Absolute Freedom:
Steph from Ottawa, Canada- click to listen
Helen Vita from Melbourne, Australia – click to listen
Kimberly Teter from Los Angeles, California, United States – click to listen
Such is the exponential expansion of energy set in motion from the simple gesture of signing the Declaration of Absolute Freedom.
By signing your full name, you abandon the fear of Separation, defining your intentions to serve The One People with responsible, liable and transparent choices of peace and unity. Such an energetic expression of stating one’s name, stepping forward to “Stand ALL In” and standing in integrity is the simplest act one can DO.
Below is the Declaration of Absolute Freedom, a vision conceived by the I-UV web creative team and Chris Hales, to show commitment like the Oath and Bond documents, but also solidarity with our Eternal Essence embodiments, Gaia and ALL that IS. Click here to listen to Chris Hale’s vision of these documents.
Click here to listen to Julien: on The Powerful Energetic Signature of The One People Movement
To declare your commitment, we need you to follow BOTH STEPS BELOW. These steps will be simplified once the team secures the technical ability to design a fully functioning interactive process. For now, we’re using an intermediate process, acknowledging your restless desires to declare. (Below you can see some of the web team’s declarations.):