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Lauren Rains

Life gets pretty f*cking nuts sometimes, doesn't it? Every day I wake up more to myself and more to this world. This website is an expression of that. Space Travelers is multi-layered exploration of our existence here on this rock we call Earth. We're going to talk about the matrix, UFOs, and astral travel, and explore our awakening into the divine masculine and feminine. We'll discover our bodies both the physical and subtle body. We'll contemplate the sacredness of mother earth and the concept of who/what the hell made this place in the first place? I also aim to keep this website rooted and grounded, referring to topics that are effecting us in the here and now, such as fighting against the oppression of women worldwide, pealing away layers of social conditioning greedy capitalists are using to turn us into consumers, and navigating this insane technological revolution before the AI take over. I can geek out on consciousness up in space all day, but life happens here on the ground and this is the time we were born into. This website is about integrating into our full human experience, aligning with ourselves and with each other, shedding skins and transcending into the unfolding layers of ourselves. My wish for you, and for myself, is to unfold and evolve into our highest selves. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. We need not sell our souls to the status quo. I'm on the journey too. I write this blog to speak to others who are waking up, or who desire to wake up. Because we can't do this alone.

Step 1. Change your Attitude. Step 2. Enjoy.

Lately I’ve been realizing that the way we view the situations, people, and scenarios that enter into our lives is the true deciding factor between comming out a stronger, happier, better person or a calloused, grouchy, pesimistic person. It doesn’t matter if these sitations, people, or scenarios seem to be …

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On Closing Old Chapters and Writing New Ones

So, I’m about to book my flight back to the US from China. A scary moment. It’s scary not just because the cost of the flight is equivalant to working an entire month on a Chinese salary, but mainly because its a big change. Its leaving behind the life I’ve …

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