Again, as a page in my ascension ethnography, I’m basking in transformative love at this moment and I don’t know why.
I’m listening to some lovely music. (1) Did that play a role? My life has fallen into place in a way I’d never have suspected, but which is perfect for me. Is that why?
The sense that everything in my life is perfect at the moment seems to be connected to this mood, which I’d call “exaltation.” I remain with this sense.
I find myself flowing back and forth between transformative love and exaltation as if there’s a connection between the two.
This is what it seems to be. Whenever I see that everything is perfect, “I” drop out of the picture and all that’s left is love. When a sense of “I” returns, I find myself in an exalted or ennobled mood.
There’s no need for an “I,” an ego, in a world that’s perfect. There are no survival issues for the ego to handle and no need to seek pleasure and avoid pain. No pleasure can top that available in exaltation.
It’s “me” that says that the world is perfect. It’s me that realizes it. It’s me that lets the realization in, lets it flood me. And that realization dissolves the ego.
Exaltation either ennobles or nobility comes with exaltation. None of this comes with a user’s manual! All of it is wordless.
“Exalted” refers to the lofty perch, not to the individual. It’s used in the same way that “ascended” is, as indicating a shift in consciousness to a “higher” level of consciousness.
I imagine these are truncated experiences, which allow me to continue to function. I don’t consider them enlightenment experiences, just tastes of what’s to come. AAM might call them “glimpses.” “Visit don’t stay,” he advised me in 2013. (2)
As a beachhead of understanding, let me tentatively postulate a connection between the realization of perfection and the arrival of the mood I call “exaltation.”
The peace that I was feeling yesterday deepens in exaltation.
(1) Ennio Morricone, Mission Main Theme, at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oag1Dfa1e_E
(2) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, May 6, 2013.