But this is a New Age and creating new paradigms, while it still may not be a bed of roses, is the order of the day. And while we may lose a few rounds in the beginning, no one will go to the wall for it.
Archangel Michael said to me in a personal reading on March 21 that it was time to create new forms.
“[Lightworkers are] forming new patterns, new paradigms for yourself and for humanity. There will be some difficulties. But when you see [a difficulty] approach it not with dismissiveness, but with humor, with sensitivity, with allowance, and, yes, with flexibility.”
Sometimes we’ll have to leave old paradigms behind before we know what we’re getting into. We won’t know the new paradigm until we build it and the first efforts may not be successful. This business is risky and it’s a gamble, no doubt. But there’s no recourse that I can see in a time of wholesale paradigm change.
I’ll give you an example. I’m creating a new form of relationship called Relationship Lite. Domine! Domine! (Puts a book on his head and sprinkles holy water around.) It’s for mission-driven people.
In my case, the paradigm of relationship that prevails today no longer fits my needs – it’s almost impossible to commit to – because I’m mission-driven.
I’m going to give you the job description that came with the application form for the job that I do (just kidding, of course):
Successful applicants must be willing to remain chained to their computer all day. They may not see the light of day for two days in a row.
They can do much on the spur of the moment but absolutely nothing even one day ahead of time.
When they leave their apartment, they must take their cell phone with them and remain attuned to it.
They’ll look driven, mad, obsessed – and they will be driven. There’ll be no masking or denying it.
They’ll be more in touch with their friends in other countries (and galactics) than they will with their neighbors. They’ll lead a virtual life or one that is entirely foreign.
And I’m a homebody! Not a foreign body!
Sounds like a robot on a very short leash to me. But I’m actually not complaining because I like my lifestyle or I wouldn’t do it.
But my lifetsyle doesn’t mesh well with the old forms of relationship so I’m busy creating a new one.
I call it Relationship Lite. It’s for mission-driven people. Yes, I’m being humorous … but not entirely.
You remember that Archangel Michael described new forms of relationship for mission-driven people in November of 2013 on An Hour with an Angel:
“[Relationship in the future will be] more mission-driven than simply an ideation of what a partnership or a marriage is about. This notion — and it has been a human notion, and we could spend a great deal of time talking about how the power structures of union and marriage have evolved and shifted — but these unions do not require a set form.
“And that is new. It is original. It is how it is on this side. It is how it was in the very beginning.
“But there is a decision between the two souls on that form, depending on what you are working on, what you are achieving, what you are dreaming, what you are creating, how you are playing. And then the form follows the creation and the desire, rather than setting the form and then making everything fit the form. That is how you ended up with institutions that don’t work. So, you aren’t repeating that error. You have grown.
“And the form that these partnerships will take, or can take, by choice, will shift and morph, again depending on what you are dreaming, what you are desiring.” (2)
Well, if I’m going to be able to create and sustain a successful relationship, it won’t be on the traditional model of living together, seeing each other constantly, etc. There’s no way that I could manage that. But given that relationships are changing, I may not need to.
Since I can’t make the traditional model work, given my soul contract, you’d expect me to want to create alternatives. If I didn’t, I’d live a life apart from the rest of society (more than I already am) and I don’t want that. I know I’m not supposed to live as a hermit this lifetime, although a large part of me wishes I could.
I neither want that nor do I want to enter into traditional relationships that would be too difficult for a mission-driven person.
While I’ve been joking here, this still is one example of an area in which we’ll need to create new paradigms. We’ll be breaking open many old structures and creating new ones in the weeks and months ahead.
Life may not necessarily be a bed of roses for mission-driven lightworkers or paradigm makers, but it’s sure going to be interesting.
(1) Personal Reading with Archangel Michael through Linda Dillon, March 21, 2014.
(2) “Archangel Michael: I See You! I Love You! I Will Engage,” Nov. 7, 2013, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/spiritual-essays/the-role-of-twin-flames/archangel-michael-i-see-you-i-love-you-i-will-engage/.