(Concluded from Part 2.)
At the same time that someone, somewhere was trying to bring the notion of “nobility” to my attention, someone, somewhere was also trying to bring the notion of “sacredness” to it. And I saw this too as a relevant discussion to be having in light of our being embodied angels, wayshowers, and world servers.
Sheldan Nidle’s sources make a statement I found interesting, given the matters that were being raised to my attention:
“What we now describe is a natural process, which often accompanies a rapid rise in one’s consciousness. As one increases in consciousness, a sacred morality begins to form within the individual and especially within the higher-consciousness-bearing society.” (1)
By “sacredness,” I don’t mean anything lower dimensional, anything tainted with ego, self-servingness, harmfulness, exclusivity, competition, entitlement, depravity, etc.
We cannot cut off the head of a man and call it a sacred act; that would never be. We cannot say we’re serving God and really be serving ourselves; that would not be sacred either. And so on.
Why does the sacred impress itself upon me at this time? I’d have to guess.
If we want to be traveling without a hitch in our experience of love, happiness, joy, bliss, etc., then we’d have to treat all life, all sentient beings, everything that is as sacred in order not to transgress against it, harm it, show disrespect to it, or overlook it. Only seeing things as sacred slows us down enough to take them into account in a way that they innately deserve.
Only treating things as sacred, invests them with sufficient importance and weight that we show respect to them when we interact with them, in every needed way. If we’re to succeed in our missions, I think this direction is one we’ll need to go in: treating all things as sacred.
Once we begin to hunger for the sacred, the purpose of ritual becomes clearer. Ritual is one way of seeing that we build into our daily routine those activities, like expressing our gratitude to the Divine Mother, that we feel drawn to do and would forget to do given the tendency of our minds to wander in a distracted manner.
Ritual has gotten a bad name when we consider some of the dark rituals the Illuminati were up to, that Hollywood under their control has taken up, and that groups in society have also taken up as punk, grunge, goth, etc. However, all the ascended masters see and recognize the utility of ritual in spiritual practice.
I’m fond of quoting stories that show the sparseness of Lao-Tzu’s vision of spirituality and yet he too supported the use of ritual:
“Don’t think you can attain total awareness and whole enlightenment without proper discipline and practice.
This is egomania.
Appropriate rituals channel your emotions and life energy toward the light.
Without the discipline to practice them, you will tumble constantly backward into darkness.” (2)
The darkness arises because of the tendency of the mind to jump from one topic to another, plunging the best intentions back into the darkness of forgetfulness.
The third notion that was being brought to me was love. Doreen in Cannon Beach sent Kathleen a pink sweatshirt with the inscription, “Its blazingly simple. Love,” on it. Thank you, Doreen. It is blazingly simple.
But we’re not blazingly simple. We’re complex beings. We’re so designed that any holding pattern in the body can prevent the experience of universal love. Any core issue, any vasana can obscure it. Any false grid or false belief can cause us to overlook it.
Moreover the view from the mind is not sufficient to understand love. The push from the will is not adequate to incorporate it. Only the view from the heart, from the heart-consciousness, is productive enough in love to make the whole of our understanding come alive and guide it in a way that’s inclusive, unitive, and eminently fruitful.
I’ve written many of my articles on this blog from the standpoint of the will. These include articles revealing Illuminati weather warfare, chemtrails, nuclear-warmongering, etc. Now all that is (nearly) over and the call of the heart is replacing that kind of writing.
Love is the obvious expression of those who value nobility and behave in sacred ways. Love is the attractive force of new connections, the bond that maintains them, and the solvent of bondage.
There’s nothing else happening here but Children of Light walking around in cumbersome robot suits, immersed in a Sea of Love.
The Sea of Love is simple. Navigating it inside all this machinery – with its rust and breakdowns – is complex. Nobility, sacredness and love seem to address the dilemma we face moving in lower densities weighed down by this cumbersome gear better than any approach I can think of.
(1) Spiritual Hierarchy and the Galactic Federation Update, as received by Sheldan Nidle, May 20, 2014, at http://paoweb.com/uf052014.htm.
(2) Lao Tzu, Hua Hu Ching: The Unknown Teachings of Lao Tzu. trans. Brian Walkler. San Francisco: Harper, 1992, 34.