But I’d like to suggest that emergence now becomes an action that may serve us well during this phase of Ascension in which we’re told that we’re on the Fifth Dimension but not aware of it or anchored there, in it but facing towards the old Third which is familiar to us.
What we’re emerging from now is not a threat that faces us, but our own tendencies and vacillations. And whereas emergence before was a process of breakthrough, of standing forth in our truth and courage, it now becomes more a matter of commitment, a matter of manning our levers and pulling ourselves into one realm of being (the Fifth) and out of another (the Third).
Before emergence was useful when we faced the cabal and were tasked with challenging their authority and naming their crimes, which we shrank from out of fear.
But now emergence serves us by providing a means of taking ourselves in hand, emerging from our vasanas or reaction patterns, setting aside our excuses, justifications and denials, blame, criticism and judgement, and emerging into the divine qualities (or “godly ways,” as Matthew Ward calls them) that facilitate our entrance and anchoring in the Fifth-Dimensional world that beckon us.
This phase of Ascension requires us to come out of our shells and stand forth in our native being. It requires us to reveal and express ourselves as our truth, love, and commitment. It obliges us to leave aside blame and attack and embrace and love those we meet. It calls upon us to recognize the basic divinity of all we encounter and face them in harmony and unity.
Emergence is emergence from darkness. We don’t emerge from divinity. We emerge into it. Divinity is our native being and life does have a direction. That direction is from darkness unto light, untruth to truth, death to immortality. It cannot be said that life is neutral. Life is affirming, loving, embracing.
If we’re looking for a tool that will serve us in this next phase of Ascension, as we consolidate and extend the gains won recently and approach the time when we anchor fully in Fifth Dimensionality, among the tools like meditation and living up to the divine qualities, I recommend we include emergence.