Kathleen and her group of Rainmakers are “taking global” their work of eliminating lack mentality and with it its physical correlate, planetary drought.
I’d like to contribute to that work by looking at the various dimensions of lack in our world.
Archangel Michael has acknowledged that money is necessary for survival in a Third-Dimensional world. We do have lacks, whether because of a lack of money or because of the manipulation of the economy or for some other reason.
Many children go to bed hungry in the world. Many countries don’t have the water to raise crops. The poor people in the world, as far as I know, far outnumber the affluent. There’s definite and unmistakeable lack in our world.
If there were not, in all likelihood, we wouldn’t be having this discussion of building Nova Earth.
But the lack that Kathleen and her group are pointing at is not that unmistakeable physical lack that we see in our world.
It’s the wellspring of it.
I’m not sure I’ve ever heard anyone say what dimension our thoughts reside in. Are they Third Dimensional? Fourth Dimensional? I don’t know. But they aren’t physical. (1)
So first of all the “lack” that causes all the grief and mischief in the world shows up in a non-physical place – in our thoughts, what Kathleen calls our “lack mentality.”
I think by now all of us would accept, as part of our current storehouse of knowledge, the notion that we create with our thoughts. The Fifth Dimension is a refined vibratory region and so thought creates quickly there.
But the Third Dimension is like molasses compared to it. Thought creates here as well, but more slowly.
A particular kind of thought can be distinguished that is probably the head vampire of lack mentality. We call that kind of thought “a belief.” A belief is an idea we have about the nature of the world, how the world operates, what can be done and not done, etc.
We’re fundamentally energy-efficient (2) and so we like to think something through once and, when we’ve settled the matter for ourselves, we thereafter believe what we concluded about life, its operations, etc. and don’t return or re-open the subject.
Some belief systems don’t correspond to the actual situation. Some maps don’t depict the terrain. Some menus don’t describe the meal.
In many cases, those who wished to control the planet have saturated the airwaves with belief systems that support their usurpation of power (it was needed to protect us from “terrorists”) or justify siphoning off wealth from the poor and concentrating it in the rich (“Anyone can get ahead in America if they try hard enough”).
Our trading partners are seen as “the enemy” and anyone who’s “soft” on patriotism is viewed as a traitor, sellout or outcaste. These maps don’t fit with the terrain.
What’s resulted from this way of thinking and believing is division, conflict, and lack. Our belief systems produce lack.
And, apparently, the climate is impacted by our belief systems.
Wherever rain comes from, the one with their hand on the spigot turns it off in the face of a lack mentality. The rain – or lack of it – is a mirror of our beliefs. So what Kathleen and the Rainmakers and Archangel Uriel and the Company of Heaven are doing is helping us to recognize our lack mentality and the division and conflict that underpins it.
Awareness is always the first step and Archangel Uriel’s meditation focuses on raising to awareness the entire situation around drought in California – and the world. Once something is up to awareness, all manner of things happen.
It isn’t as easy to ignore something that’s been raised to awareness. It may not be as easy to commit the same errors once we’ve been made aware of them. Simple awareness acts like a solvent and dissolves elements of our lack mentality – our hatred of others, our lack of caring for how they fare, etc.
It would be enough if the whole globe became aware of the connection between lack mentality and drought.
But the Rainmakers want to take it farther. They want to use the occasion as an opportunity for us to learn how to share and to generate the love from inside us that would motivate us to want to share.
There is lack in the world because people don’t share. That isn’t said as a criticism but as an observation.
When I say “don’t share,” I mean that the whole idea of sharing – notions like potlatch, construction bees, cooperatives, communes – has all been lost to us, in many cases, because it was literally stamped out by those who wanted “divide-and-conquer” to reign.
Heavens, a family couldn’t run if it didn’t share. We get the lesson at the most basic level, but our self-serving bias has us focus only on “me and mine.” Our concern goes no further.
So the whole ethic of sharing, the whole way of life based on sharing, and all the benefits that flow from it are lost to us. And these are what we must recover. And this is really where the Rainmakers’ message leads.
This is as clear as I can possible make it – what we are doing, what the climate is doing, and what the Rainmakers are doing,
The Rainmakers are acting as pathfinders. Who would ever have thought that collective meditation could have brought rain to California? Honestly? A hand back there?
And it did rain. And we learned something from that. And the Rainmakers are now striking out on that path to bring rain to the world, to make of the desert a watered plain.
And that’s exactly how a hundred projects will arise. That’s precisely the way that Nova Earth will be built. We’re just not used to building this way. But this is the path that the Rainmakers are showing us. Later another group will show us another path. And forward we’ll go and go.
(1) Everything is relative. There is a context in which our thoughts could be seen as physical. If everything but the Father is material, then thoughts could be considered material or physical.
(2) OK, lazy.