(Concluded from Part 2, yesterday.)
Steve: Do you object to our putting the word out to anyone (1) who’s received a prosperity package or exchanged some of their currency?
AAM: What you need, sweet one, is not just one, but a handful of philanthropists. And so this is part of what you are creating.
And so we would suggest that you work on this, first of all, esoterically [using the creation formula and the universal laws].
You have been taught this. And so this is part of the process of what you will do.
And then you’ll have various supporters who contribute generously to this cause.
Steve: I’m assuming that you’re going to be working on that side of things…
AAM: … with you. Not for you. Yes.
Steve: I did hear you on the creation formula.
AAM: And the other thing is that there is a curious phenomenon that is occurring that some, who have received blessings, (2) have become so engrossed in their own creations and situations that they are not looking externally. …
Dearest heart, be your fierce warrior self and be your peaceful warrior self. And know that I am with you every step of the way.
Steve: To be my fierce warrior self and then turn around and make an appeal for finances, the two don’t seem to go together, Lord. I lose my momentum when I have to turn around and ask for financial support.
AAM: That’s what you are thinking. Go into this judgment, beloved. So, are you saying that a beggar on the streets of Calcutta cannot be a force of peace?
What I would suggest, my dear friend, is that you go and sit with the Buddha for a while. Because it is not disempowering. It is the greatest strength for any person to say I … instead of “need,” change the words … I desire help. I desire greater engagement by my community.
(1) Inspiring them.
(2) Another instance in which he confirms that some have received prosperity packages and exchanged currency. So not quite a shotgun start in which everyone goes at once.