Posted to Linda Dillon’s “Global Conversation” at NovaEarth.net.
What is a global conversation and why does it matter?
“Global” has several meanings. It may mean things in their entirety, such as the whole population of the globe.
It may mean a subject in its entirely, such as a global or synoptic look at one topic.
It may mean without reservation, such as a global offer, one that applies to everyone, leaving no one out.
It may mean an interest that’s far-reaching, such as a global interest in ending homelessness on the planet.
A global conversation in the way I mean it as a lightworker means a conversation that addresses the whole world on a topic of universal applicability.
It means a conversation for action, a conversation designed to contribute to building Nova Earth, a world that works for everyone.
It holds within its context the interests of the human race and beyond; it holds within it the interests of all species that inhabit the planet and Gaia herself.
Why does it matter?
Well, leaving aside the good it accomplishes, one of the impacts of speaking globally is that we think and feel unitively, universally connected to others, which is a pretty pleasant state. Global speaking is an entreé into spiritual union between us and everybody.
To speak globally, one has to drop the barriers between us and others. I’m not saying that I’ve somehow accomplished that. I haven’t. But global speaking is like doing push-ups in the area or running a mile each time we do or attempt it. We exercise our unitive muscle.
Global speaking goes beyond Perro. (1) Perro is staying with the facts, leaving emotion behind and speaking as one might do in a courtroom.
Global speaking goes further; it emanates from the center, the heart, where love resides. That in itself has several ramifications.
If we speak from the center, then we give up travelling to the peripheries of emotion, being, for instance, rageful (as I’ve been in my life) or fearful, being filled with hate or filled with ungrounded bubbliness.
If we speak from the heart, then we open our heart to the love that can flow through it once the hridayam or heart aperture is opened. (2) We draw that love up from the heart and send it out, as we breathe and speak.
After some push-ups in the area, we may begin to experience, not the ordinary love of romance and relationship, but the transformative love that takes in everybody, regardless of relationship and independent of romance.
I call these states transformative love and unitive consciousness. Archangel Michael uses a different terminology. He combines the two and calls them “heart consciousness.”
Of course this is a man speaking, and push-ups, exertion, etc., are my thing. The divine feminine will probably see matters entirely differently. I’m not sure I’d know how a woman sees it.
If global speaking is done well, it awakens the other to something perhaps fuzzy and indistinct in the beginning. But it strikes a chord at some level. If they imitate the speaking, they may experience unitive consciousness stirring simply by continuing in the practice.
If others follow us in speaking globally, then we as a group, and, ever expanding, eventually as a globe, move closer and closer to unitive consciousness and transformative love.
Come, speak globally with me. (3) Let’s form a group of two, then three, then a dozen, then a hundred until we start a revolution of love.
(1) Perro is an intergalactic langauge developed after the Intergalactic Wars that eliminates drama and emotion from one’s speaking.
(2) This happened to me on March 13, 2015 and, I can tell you, it’s a life-changer.
The hridayam is the pinprick aperture two digits right of the breastbone that remains shut until, through grace, it’s opened. Only when it’s opened can transformative love flow.
Ordinary love flees before feelings such as anger or guilt. Transformative love sweeps them away.
(3) Only on this thread please. I’m afraid I’m awash in email.