A great deal depends on the level at which we pitch our arguments.
When I talk about about a true and false positivity, I’m pitching my argument at the everyday level, presuming that, for the vast majority of us on the planet at this time, that would be the Third or Fourth Dimension.
But I’ll be posting a discussion from Jesus, below, (1) that Len Satov passed along to me, which looks at positive and negative identities as part of duality. That article pitches its argument at the non-dual or absolute level.
Let me deal with my argument first.
I’ve written much saying that transformative love is higher-dimensional than ordinary love, no matter how strong ordinary love may be.
Archangel Michael confirms it here:
Steve: The space that I call transformative love, what dimension is it?
AAM: It is the seventh dimension. (2)
In the same way, I hypothesize that true positivity is higher-dimensional than false positivity.
No, I haven’t experienced it as such so what I say is speculation. My research will be designed to test that hypothesis out.
Whatever the case, I’m not talking about life at the non-dual or absolute level, but just at the next level(s) up.
The argument of the article below is that all identities – positive or negative – are barriers to non-dual realization. That article pitches its discussion at the absolute level, infinitely higher than the level I’m discussing.
Of course its argument rings true for me. But we exist at a level where the operation of the Law of Attraction is our main concern. Here, put out negativity and we get a return of negativity. And an enhanced return at that.
Ours is the middle ground between ignorance of the Law of Attraction and the reaping of a negative harvest (Third Dimensionality) and the abandonment of all individuated identity and mergence with the One (the absolute level of Reality). Our middle ground is the abandonment of negative ends and means and the predicted reaping of a positive harvest.
It’s a little like a stair step. On the first stair, we think and act in negative and positive terms oblivious to the results.
On the second stair, we see the undesirable results of thinking negatively and focus on the positive.
On the third step, we throw both negative and positive away.
In talking about the third step, I’m not talking about what classical sages have said about seventh-chakra enlightenment (God-Realization or Brahmajnana) or even Ascension (or sahaja samadhi).
Rather we’re talking about an event so far down the line from these realms that we probably don’t even have a language to discuss it with, if it can be discussed in language at all (which is doubtful).
(1) Jesus channeled by Gina Lake, “Moving Beyond Identities,” Dec. 24, 2019, via email.
(2) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Jan. 20, 2016.