You are I are creating a global social discourse.
We may not know it. We may act as if we aren’t. But we are nonetheless.
What is meant by global?
What I mean by “global” has two connotations.
(1) It’s “global” in the sense of “planetary” or “worldwide.” That is, it takes in, or will in the future take in, the entire world, everyone on Earth – and visitors.
(2) It’s also “global” in the sense of “all.” It takes into account the whole of things, the context, rather than simply the content. It’s universally applicable. It’s rooted in unity and hence unitive consciousness. In that sense, it’s also global.
It leaves nothing out but takes in everything it’s aware of, expanding the reach of the discussion into areas that were never considered previously, were considered inaccessible, were not believed to exist, etc.
It not only takes into account elements we consider physical, but also elements we consider spiritual. It explores and looks at not only Third-Dimensional aspects, but higher-dimensional and inter-dimensional aspects as well.
It sidesteps religious barriers and looks for the ancient truth underlying all the world’s religions, shorn of dogma and fabrication. It looks for the basis of science in interdimensional reality, and sometimes in the Void.
Some of the factors that it takes into account – like peace and love, for example – determine outcomes in this new universe of discourse. If they’re present in a discussion, global or otherwise, the discussion has a high chance of success; if they’re absent, the discussion has a fair chance of failure.
The role of the collective consciousness
One of the elements at play in our global social discourse is the collective consciousness. It’s only been in recent years that many of us (OK, I) have taken it into consideration.
When we launch an idea into our global social discourse, we launch it also into the collective consciousness.
Archangel Michael discussed this in An Hour with an Angel on May 14, 2015. He compared the collective consciousness to an ocean and us or our actions to a drop in the ocean. The drop quickly diffuses and becomes a part of the homogeneous whole.
I think that one of the reasons he’s encouraging us to lead in this arena, whether or not we feel ourselves well versed, is that every mention of a subject brings it into the collective consciousness.
So the mere introduction of a subject into discourse makes that topic accessible to others afterwards via the collective consciousness.
I believe the collective consciousness exists on all dimensions. Productively making use of it doesn’t require us to know about its nature and mechanics. We can be intelligent users; there’s no need to be experts.
And, yes, I’ve just added to the discussion of the subject called the “collective consciousness” in the collective consciousness.
And, yes, I don’t think it requires that a single person read this article for it to be launched into that ocean of consciousness.
These are matters of faith with me. I can’t prove them.
We’re learning. We’re remembering. If things are working out as they should, we’re also loving.
And we’re gradually becoming comfortable thinking that we have a global role to play. And the idea of playing it, as the vibrations continue to rise, brings thoughts of fun as well as challenge.