If it helps anyone to know the stages I’ve been through, well, I’ll share them.
I began as a humanist and activist, looking at 9/11, depleted uranium, financial warfare, etc.
But the impact of numerous spiritual experiences convinced me that there was more to life. The feeling persisted and drove me on. I knew there was something better.
I switched from being a humanist and an activist to being a spiritual seeker because the net burden of all those experiences was that I was a spirit, a Self, God, as we all are. And I could never forget that.
But I found no one to talk to. I passed through stages of rising up and falling away – sometimes a zealot, sometimes arrogant, sometimes a loner. I had no one to share these marvellous things with. I seemed to produce few results.
Then I found myself increasingly in the company of lightworkers. And always the memory of what I’d seen and felt drove me on.
We as lightworkers began to work with cohesion, coherence and community. And we all woke up more and more in each other’s presence, spurred on by requests from the Company of Heaven to wake up, wake up, wake up and go higher in love.
We realized our promise to be here at this time and assist with the remarkable events happening around us.
We realized our common commitment to the Creator of this world, its Preserver and Transformer – the Divine Mother – or some other figure who was guiding us (Archangel Michael, Sanat Kumara, the Buddha, etc.).
We began to realize our common origin as masters, galactics, and angels. We began to produce a common literature on the subject, videos, radio shows, petitions, street protests, anything we could do or think of. We united in common service to all we held dear.
And that’s where I am now. Perhaps that’s where you may be as well (I don’t know).
I can see two further stages down the road. In the one, our other-awareness grows, our egos quiet down and we achieve a peacefulness that radiates outwards. We begin to act in love towards each other and realize that we’re all pilgrims embarked on a common journey.
We’re at wherever we’re at on that journey. All have been there, or are there, or will be there. But it remains one common journey.
And the last stage I imagine is acceptance of the will of God and living in peace, joy and bliss with each other. We do what works and what we do works. And we build a world that works, for everyone.
We’ve realized that time doesn’t matter. Only frequency of love does. That’s our yardstick as we look to the future ahead of us.
That’s as far as I can see down the road. It’s been an incredible journey. What awaits us?