The equivalent of our moods in a dualistic dimension (3rd, 4th) are the divine qualities in a higher dimension (5th-12th).
I used to think of the divine qualities as being like things you could put in a pigeon hole, the hotel boards that featured dozens of little cubby holes in which you put a message?
In this cubby hole was peace. In that one bliss. Here, joy. There, love. They were all separate and distinct.
But now I see them as similar to our moods. One minute we’re blissful; the next minute we’re joyful; the next…. and so on.
I used to think that some people “possessed” the one divine quality of peacefulness; others were characterized bythe one quality of joy. Someone once taught me that people could achieve only one of the divine qualities in a lifetime. And I believed them.
But, no. Higher-dimensional people are each “possessed” of all the qualities; they have access to them. Whether or not they spend time in them is a different matter, but they could if they wanted to. I saw this when I lived in love for six months in 2015.
The opportunity before us now is to ascend Jacob’s Ladder to higher consciousness, to a unitive dimension (5th and higher) at which point we’ll have access to all the divine qualities.
After the six months in love, I spent a further 3-4 months in bliss. When in love or in bliss, I wanted nothing else. Just more love or bliss. I’m not sure I ever moved from love when I was in it or from bliss when I was in it. There was nowhere to go to, no reason to go anywhere.
Bathed in a tsunami of love and later drowned in an ocean of love, one lacks for nothing.
There is a state that Franklin Merrell-Wolff called the “High Satisfaction.” I was not in such a high state. (1) But I like his term; in this lower-dimensional version, I was still highly satisfied. There was nothing more I wanted – except to share it.
So, no, I don’t believe that saints – or aspirants – for instance, can only develop one divine quality in this particular lifetime. We know it gets easier and easier to achieve enlightenment as the energies rise.
In my opinion, Ascension, now or later, will bring all of the divine qualities to us.
(1) Steve: A question about Franklin Merrell-Wolff . What level of Enlightenment or dimension did he achieve?
AAM: He primarily operates in the 7th to the 11th
Steve: Okay because he speaks about the transcendental and I don’t know if he’s pointing to Brahmajnana [3rd Dimension], which is the first taste of the transcendental, or beyond the 12th Dimension [i.e., THE Transcendental]?
AAM: No, he did not travel beyond. (Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Jan. 18, 2020.)
I was not operating from the 7th dimension during the 9-10 months I was in love and bliss. So I came nowhere near even the starting point of Merrell-Wolff’s journey. I did have one truncated experience of the 7th at a meditation retreat years earlier, an experience of what the Arcturians and Michael called the 7th-Dimensional Oversoul. I had only one word for the way I felt then: Regal.