Archangel Michael said we’d be flying back and forth through the Ascension Portal, experiencing the higher dimensions and then returning and anchoring the energies and then…. on and on.
Yesterday’s breakthrough is followed by today’s settling down and assimilating. The “fade effect,” Sanat Kumara called it.
One of my missions is to go up through the phases of Ascension with everyone else and write about it. So here I go.
I say “phases of Ascension” because there really are phases to Ascension. One phase is the entry into Fifth Dimensionality, which is what happened for me yesterday (and thank you to everyone who wrote in and said that that has happened for you as well recently). My experience was like entering the vestibule of the house: it is and it isn’t the house.
My entry may not be the same as the next person’s because a lot of my experience has been muted or toned down by the Company of Heaven so I can remain at my keyboard. (1) Yours may be much more majestic than mine. And that’s completely fine with me.
The next phase will be Brahmajnana or God-Realization in 2017, according to AAM:
Steve Beckow: Matthew [Ward] seemed to imply [Ascension] was going to happen in 2017. That is not the case, right?
Archangel Michael: That will be what you can think of as phase two, when the full awareness is anchored within everybody.
SB: So, now, the full awareness is Sahaja Samadhi.
AAM: Well, it won’t be that extreme. But it will be a full… it will be what you think of as your Golden Age.
SB: Right. Is it an enlightenment?
SB: So is it Brahmajnana?
AAM: Yes. (2)
I asked him when Sahaja would occur and he replied: “Shortly thereafter.” Well, don’t sell the farm. Who knows what “shortly thereafter” is to one who lives outside of time. But whenever it happens, it’ll be phase three.
From this vantage point, however, I can see some of the places where we get into trouble and I want to mention one of them today: the area of will.
Our will in the Fourth Dimension, and the old Third, is often not operating in a very strong or focused manner. The will of the woman who lifts the car off her child is operating in a strong and concentrated fashion. When a person operates in that manner, the universe moves too, in response, so to speak.
In the Fifth Dimension, there isn’t the perception of problems. Dilemma disappears.
There are fewer impediments. There’s not the mind chatter that fractures our attention. A quiet mind can focus on whatever we desire to accomplish.
I listen to some people operating in Fourth Dimensionality and my heart goes out to them because I see them tied in knots by the Fourth-Dimensional perception of problems. It isn’t that probems don’t exist in 5D. It’s that our buoyant state refuses to see anything as a problem. Just a situation to take care of in some way.
The difficulty especially hampers our ability to act from and into the divine qualities. It doesn’t matter what divine quality one selects to “perfect.” Perfecting it leads to all the others.
But will is especially important because it translates intention into action. Many people don’t know their will: they haven’t been “introduced” to it, in a manner of speaking. They don’t know where to look for it or how to activate it.
We need to find our will and activate it. One way to do that is through making declarations, making promises, committing ourselves, making assertions, and in other ways calling forth the Self by exerting our will.
It has been said that once we pay even a small amount of attention to the law of karma, our life begins to straighten out and we start to make progress. Similarly once we pay even a small amount of attention to summoning, focusing and applying our will, we start to make remarkable progress.
(1) I asked Archangel Michael in my Sept. 30 reading if the kundalini experience was toned down and he said absolutely it was because they wanted me to keep my feet on the ground.
(2) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Sept. 28, 2014. Brahmajnana is God-Realization, the realization that “I am God.” It’s also called nirvikalpa samadhi, the first samadhi without the apprehension of form. It features a temporary heart opening. It leaves many vasanas weakened but intact. It’s not moksha or liberation. Instead it’s described as being halfway up the mountain.
(3) Loc. cit. Sahaja means “natural.” Sahaja is our natural state. Sahaja brinsg the realization that “God has become everything.” It results in a permanent heart opening and moksha or liberation. The vasanas are burned to a crisp at Sahaja.