Archangel Gabriel a while back said that she had created a blue-topaz box in which to place and contain those who were abusing women on the planet. She invited us to name for her anyone we could think of, no matter how many that might be, and ask for them to be contained.
Containment is no way a harmful thing. It might be thought of as Industrial-Strength Tsunami of Love. People in containment are bombarded with love and helped to make the transition from unworkable ways to workable.
Other tools include the many meditations around opening to the Tsunami of Love, ridding ourselves of false grids, and travelling to the Thirteenth Octave that Linda Dillon has made available on her Council of Love website (counciloflove.com).
Let me add another. I discussed Werner Erhard’s distinction of context perhaps a week ago. Considering that as a tool would involve switching our thinking from concepts to contexts as organizing principles and let me explain why that’s a good thing.
A concept as an organizing principle is partial, dualistic and separative. A concept cannot stand alone but depends on other concepts for its existence.
Concepts are positional. A position makes some people right by making others wrong, some people more than by making others less than, etc. A position requires opposition to make sense. When used as a guide, it leads to a world that works for some and not others, a zero-sum or win-lose situation.
Concepts are not a firm foundation on which to build anything workable or permanent. They certainly cannot serve as a basis for building Nova Earth, a world that works for everyone.
Examples of concepts are Christian, Muslim and Jew; American, Russian and Chinese; developed world, third world; laborer, white-collar worker, and elite.
A context as an organizing principle is holistic, unitive and connective. A context can stand alone and depends on no concepts for its existence.
Contexts are not positional. They make no one right and others wrong, no one less than anyone else, and generate no opposition. When used as guides, they lead to a world that works for everyone, a win-win situation.
Contexts are a firm foundation on which to erect something workable or permanent. They can and do serve as a basis for building Nova Earth, a world that works for everyone.
All the divine qualities and universal laws are contexts. Matters like health, prosperity, and workability are contexts as well. There is not Christian health, Muslim health, and Jewish health. There is only health.
God is the ultimate context because God includes everything. God is One without a second. And … we are all God. If God is all there is, how could it be otherwise?
I’ll be posting a two-part series from the Divine Mother on sacred union in a few days. Sacred union is contextual. So this tool of context, that comes from a terrestrial master, is another we can use to help us transition from the dualistic consciousness of the old Third to the unitive consciousness of the new Fifth.
But also why I write and what I wanted to point to is a change I’ve been noticing as a result of the Tsunami and it’s allowing me to think, hold and act in contexts on an ongoing basis.
It used to be, years ago, that if we felt love and then had a worry or concern arise in the mind, the latter would trump love. But a big change I’m noticing is that worries and concerns no longer trump the love I feel, and this is again a tangible proof of the power of the Tsunami of Love.
We’re all of us struggling with finances, witnessing chaos around us as systems and structures collapse, and seeing us and our loved ones experiencing the last-gasp rise of vasanas and false grids to be cleared. So there’s much that could be worried about.
But this vibration of love that I feel now is constant and reliable. It no longer flees in the face of something else in the space. But rather that something cannot persist in the face of this love.
So we have tools to groom ourselves, so to speak, and we have a reliable flow of love to enjoy. That’s a significant improvement in the quality of life for me and another reliable indicator of the progress we’re making.