Building Nova Earth: Toward A World That Works for Everyone

Time to Put Away Childish Things

One reader has expressed offense at being called “childish.” It wasn’t my intention to call readers childish. The “childish things” are anger, resentment, jealousy, etc. In my view, it’s time to put these aside. I apologize if I offended anyone else.


Folks,

I feel a strong need to discuss a few matters from the point of view of spiritual adults huddling with each other.

We’re approaching the kickoff of the major events and it’s going to require a lot from all starseeds and other lightworkers. No, I don’t know the exact “when” of it, but I do know that it’s not that far away now.

For many months now, we’ve been talking about the need to complete our unfinished business. We’ve talked about vasanas or “sleeping volcanoes” that go off when triggered and stem from traumatic events that happened long ago. We’ve talked about old issues,  conditioning, habits, behavioral addictions, however you wish to see our incompletions.

You may have seen the Aleve commercial on TV where people are depicted in suits of armor that cause them to move slowly and with difficulty, which they bust out of when they take an Aleve tablet. That’s about what I’m referring to: the issues and behavior patterns that are like a shell, which we live inside of.

Eckhart Tolle called it the pain body. Wilhelm Reich called it character armoring.  However you see it, whatever you call it, emerging from it has been the  work demanded of us – so far.

Well, we got as far as we did and now we’re running out of time. Whether we totally emerged or not, this next leg of the journey will require all lightworkers to put aside leftover anger, resentment, hostility, jealousy and all other emotions that cause us to choose sides, reject people, remain islands unto ourselves, and generally refuse to cooperate with each other.

We’re now entering the crucial phase of things and what will be demanded of us is that we act as spiritual adults.

So let’s again consider what it means to be and act like spiritual adults. And we may miss the mark on occasion, but hopefully it’ll get easier and easier to stay within range.

Spiritual adults remain in the center. They don’t allow themselves wild mood swings. They value balance and tranquillity, what I once called “sattwa” here. (1)

Spiritual adults don’t need recognition. They know that satisfaction comes when the job is done. They seek their reward in intangibles like bliss, love and joy and know that that will be theirs at the end of the work.

Spiritual adults take care of themselves but serve others. They know they’re here to serve and they know that the next three months is exactly the time they came to serve.

Spiritual adults put aside fear as the chief among childish things.  Spiritual adults know that fear remains only because we let it, only because we tolerate it and flee from it. Spiritual adults know that fear can be faced and, when it is, it flees.

Our chief fear is death. But every person who has ever died knows, after the fact, that they did not die, that what they considered death was not painful and simply required of them to step outside the body. (2) Death is nothing to fear. In fact it’s a release.

Spiritual adults won’t adopt a point of view merely because a lot of other people do. Spiritual adults will listen to their heart, rather than to what the crowd says and then fearlessly embrace that.

For instance, in regards to President Obama, a spiritual adult would not be persuaded by all the doctored news put out by the controlled media but would listen to the man and accept the evidence of their own ears, heart, and inner voice.

Spiritual adults are prepared to act responsibly, to give way to the need of the moment, and to play their part without needing or seeking recognition or reward. To be permitted to play a part in such a world-enhancing drama as is fast approaching us is itself our reward, although gifts aplenty, wrapped in elegant bows, await us round about Christmas time.

Now is the time, as Paul (our Saul) (3) said, to put aside childish things and to come together as adults to set the world right and make it work for everyone.  Now is the time to draw on everything we’ve learned, without stint, reserve or shyness.

Now is the time to deliver on the promise and redeem our pledge to build Nova Earth together, working as a planetary team and allowing the love that’s trying to burst forth from us to absolutely flow freely.

This is the time we’ve been waiting for and we are the ones to get the job done.

Places everyone.

Footnotes

(1) “Gentle Transition Occurring,” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/ascension/10e-the-transition/gentle-transition-occurring/

(2) Putting it that way sounds pretty strange, doesn’t it? But the “dead” do speak to us. See “The Darkness of Death is a Path of Light to Us,” at http://www.angelfire.com/space2/light11/nmh/death1.html#path

(3)  “When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” St. Paul, 1 Corinthians 13. Saul is apparently the higher aspect of St. Paul. See  http://johnsmallman.wordpress.com

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