The trip that Kathleen and I are taking is showing us a great deal and perhaps I can discuss some of that here, if you’ll permit me.
One is it’s showing us what masterful individuals are situated around this part of the world. Intelligent, willing, prepared, dedicated, spiritually-dedicated, service-oriented individuals.
How many times have we sat in a restaurant and listened to the people around us seeming to merely pass time or talk about matters of apparently mundane or low importance, as if there were nothing unusual happening in the world – when in fact the world is on fire with light and love.
What a contrast it is speaking with people who know that a consciousness shift is happening, that abundance is slowly approaching, and that civilizations from other sectors of space are here helping us with a total transformation of life on Earth.
Combined with that is hearing, as Jeanette discusses today, how crazy-making lonely it is for some people to be lightworkers in a sea of unknowningness. Many have no one to talk to. Others are having to endure one putdown after another from family who don’t understand their gifts.
Combined with that are the hardships that so many lightworkers have had to endure either to clear for the collective, or else to get a crash course in what terrestrials have to live with on this planet, or else to emerge from the difficulties encountered through living a life of sacrifice here on lower-dimensional Gaia.
Archangel Michael once said that this present lifetime we’re experiencing on Terra Gaia was not an easy ride and we knew it would not be before we came.
And then we forgot.
Only if you meet one lightworker after another after another can you see what we’ve all had to endure to reach this point. We’ve now reached the Mexican border and have come about as fer as we can go. (1) Time now to turn around and head back up … not not Jacob’s Ladder, but the entire coast of America.
And so, exactly because, through your support, we’ve been able to meet so many lightworkers even to this early point in our trip … well, it’s like those old first movies that were made from taking a series of stationary shots and fanning them? You see things that you could not see if you simply looked at one static photograph after another.
We also see people starved to become involved, hungry to know their missions, eager to know what’s next. And so, even though I’m repeating myself, I suggest that, if you truly want to know your mission, just look at what you love.
The Divine Mother, as she said at lake Tahoe, did not ask us to come here to toil at something we hated. (Actually Archangel Michael has made a similar comment as well.) She sent us here to do what we love doing.
Just see where your passion lies and that’s where your mission lies as well. Don’t dismiss it. Don’t say to yourself that, because you love doing something, it cannot be your mission. It could only be your mission if you had to struggle at it. Or if it’s serious or sombre, etc.
No, the Divine Mother, to the best of my knowledge, wants us to do what we love. I can’t see how it would be otherwise if we’re to accomplish a task as large as that which lies ahead of us.
We cannot thank enough those people who’ve offered us a place for the night and we’re totally blown away by the extent of other support we’ve received, sometimes from people that we know have very slender resources. It’s totally inspiring to us.
Whether or not the world outside is ready for us, it’s crystal clear that we’re ready to serve the world outside.
And Kathleen and I are so very proud to be a part of this.
Oh, and happy birthday, Kathleen (Oct. 10). At midnight tonight, we have the same birthday, since mine is Oct. 11.
(1) “Everything’s up to date in Kansas City; we’ve gone about as fer as we can go.” Oklahoma!