They almost had me see that this world we live in as an illusion, a game, a trick of the mind. And by the way almost everything they said about it I could have said about a vasana, which they said had many of the same characteristics.
We’ve become addicted to the illusion.
But I have to add one more dimension that also almost became clear to me. I understood that everything is an illusion – not just this dimension but all dimensions – and that we’re just living in one illusion among many.
Perhaps imagine yourself turning the radio dial, hitting one radio station after another. Imagine the sound of them coming in, being there for a moment as you continue to turn the dial, and then trailing off.
All these radio stations are different illusions or dimensions that we dial into. Dialing changes the frequency.
The Arcturians, for it was they who were speaking from time to time, Sue speaking for the rest, called us the “Away Team,” higher-dimensional beings in a human body. And they encouraged me (as one of the Away Team) to surrender my human consciousness and expand into planetary consciousness, which I almost felt I could do, so as to loosen the addiction.
They advised me to watch every thought and feeling and unconditionally love any that was not of love. This would have been akin, to my mind, of fine-tuning the dial to get the radio station as clearly as possible.
And they suggested that I begin to observe my addictions in and to this life.
What they’re doing, Sue said, is developing an alchemy that will assist us with Ascension. I’m going to let Sue develop the rest because this is her field, which she does well, and not my field.
As you know, ours is the first Ascension in this universe of the current round of Ascensions. It’s the first time that a planet has ascended intact and her inhabitants have ascended with their physical bodies. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that some of the tools needed – or even new and better tools – might still be under development, should it? Not to me anyways.
But why I write this, and I write it in the uplifted space I feel after Stephen’s Lift Your Spirits show, is that I’m beginning to sense that there is a dehypnotizing process going on, an unhooking from the matrix, a realization that our addiction to the Third Dimension is no different than a drunk’s addiction to the bottle. Perhaps not a delicate way of putting it. But hopefully apt.
One seldom gives up an addiction without having something better to go to and that something else, I’m beginning to see, is love.
In a sense, I prefer love to the rewards of the addiction and I won’t be surprised at all to find that love is the alchemical agent. But for more on that, we’re going to have to wait for Sue to write her next book or article.
But I have just the faintest glimmer that this illusion seems real to me because I’m addicted to it. Third Dimensionality is as much an addiction as smoking or drinking. And I have to find a way of letting it go just as I let go of any other addiction.
And the very first step I take in that is recognizing and acknowledging it as an addiction.