If we are – or if I am – to think about enlightenment and Ascension, I have to remember that everything has – or is about to – change.
The element of dimensionality has been introduced to spirituality. The need to arrive at a teaching for a whole planet, rather than a small band of devotees, is implicit in work for a mass, physical Ascension.
But the biggest change that’s being made to my spirituality is the notion of enlightenment as a process of going deeper and deeper into various states.
It really struck home to me the other day when, in my personal reading of June 9, 2017 through Linda Dillon, Michael suggested that Sahaja Samadhi itself deepens and deepens.
You mean it isn’t a discrete event and then that’s it with Sahaja? No. OK. Throw that theory away. What else?
So it isn’t that we go from Sahaja to a higher enlightenment. It’s that we go deeper and deeper into Sahaja, our natural state.
Before he’d said that we go deeper and deeper into love and deeper and deeper into bliss. So I was tenderized.
But I’m having to let go of everything I learned about enlightenment. It’s a major adjustment. And there’s a lot more of that ahead.
I can’t choose what I’d rather go deeper and deeper into. I love them all – peace, bliss, love, joy, stillness, innocence – it’s a garden of heavenly delights.
I won’t restrict myself to only one. I may have to hop around.
I think I now see how it could be said that life itself will become a joy. If I were to be able to deepen and deepen into these heavenly states like bliss and love, if I knew for certain that that was my road going forward, I’d rest all further concern. My case would be handled. You can go on to the next person, Lord. Thank you very much.
What prevents me from getting it, given that Michael has pointed it out three times now?
Only my concern for losing all consciousness for what I “should” be doing. I need cosmic permission to totally let go.
But I look out from the precipice.