I’d now like to turn our attention for one post to the key switch in the financial paradigm from accumulating profit to sharing.
I used to have trouble imagining how finances would work if we didn’t lend money. What would be the inducement for one person to give money to another?
But of course I was thinking from a Third-Dimensional point of view.
I haven’t lent money since probably 1980 when a friend ripped me off for $5,000, which he was going to pay me back by “Monday.” (Monday never arrived.)
He was not the first to renege on a debt. I resolved at that time to never lend money again. And I haven’t since.
If I have the money, I give it. If not, I don’t. To address the Third-Dimensional paradigm and question, why do I do that? What is the inducement to give?
Honestly? Because in the act of giving, I experience love.
There seems to be no love in lending money and demanding interest. There’s love to be felt in the unencumbered act of giving.
A second reason for giving it is I haven’t lost any friendships from trying to get people to pay back their debts. I’ve lost them for other reasons but not for that one.
A third reason is that, over time, giving erases the ego sense that the hoarding of money invites.
I saw this when my Visa went up as a result of helping someone buy medical equipment. I heard myself say, well, I’ll just pay it down over time. Money in. Money out. There was no conception of “me” and “mine.”
As for the expense involved, I had already developed a pattern in my financial dealings, I saw at that moment. I lent it and relied on Michael to bring in the money to pay it back. And it’s always worked to date. It may be a large part of why I’ll be working as a “flowthrough” or “pipeline.” (1)
Here’s a fourth: Having the focus on the other person serves as a kind of brake that stops us from leaping into excessive expenditure – châteaux, jet planes, etc. We tend to be more moderate when we know that a portion of our funds is destined for others.
And a fifth: After a while, we really start to enjoy giving. We enjoy the smiles on everyone’s face, the sigh of relief. Isn’t that all wonderful?
What do you call what I was doing? I call it “sharing.” Sharing brings love. Generosity is a divine virtue. Giving rather than hoarding is consistent with the design of life. (2) As far as my experience goes, all divine states lead to and bring in love and even bliss.
I predict that the new economy will operate on the principle of sharing. Certainly the redistribution of cabal wealth is all about sharing. NESARA as well.
The inducement will be to experience the love that arises when we share. In the Fifth Dimension, everyone will have an unquenchable desire for more love and generosity will then be a natural state.
(1) Michael revealed that the Company of Heaven had critieria. He identifies non-attachment as one of them here:
“We know that your desires do not tend towards the physical. And of course that is one of the reasons why you are perfect for flow through. You are not looking for planes and châteaux, as we have talked about before.” (Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow, Aug. 2, 2017.)
(2) The nature of God is to give endlessly. In seeing things with compassion, in giving, in considering others, we approach godliness more closely. The natural laws help us along by rewarding kindness, charitableness, sharing and bringing to us the unfortunate results of hoarding. That’s why Jesus would say:
“Lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust does corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal.” (Matthew 19:21.)