I was talking with a young acquaintance who related numerous types of experiences she regularly has.
When she can even find someone to discuss them with, she suspects they think that her experiences mean she has mental problems.
That’s a situation I’ve heard that so many people have. They’re clearly here for a reason and they can’t find any friendly person to talk to about it. They end up feeling defective. The loneliness of the long-distance lightworker.
The whole question of normality is what I wanted to address here.
Nothing about this time could be said to be normal. What Planet Earth is going through (Ascension) is not normal. What the deep state had in store for the planet (nuclear WWIII) is not normal. The people who are here – this generation – are not normal. What we’ll see in the future will be anything but normal.
In this melange of people, intentions, and results, we may survey the scene. Here we are, angels (1) cooped up in a dense, physical body, in a society where the rich have not only gotten richer but plan the demise of most of the rest of the population of what they consider to be “useless eaters.”
Here we are, having experiences of other dimensions, watching momentous changes in ourselves. Meanwhile very few people understand us. We even have trouble understanding ourselves.
So what in all this is normal?
I recommend that we come from the place that everything about us which is not staged and opportunistic but genuine and spontaneous is our normal. It probably won’t be normal for the next person. But it is normal for us.
Everything about you which is also of the same quality is normal for you.
This generation are angels on a mission. That mission is to serve Gaia in her Ascension and then to see to the Ascension of Gaia’s inhabitants. Folks of all persuasions and talents are here, each with a role.
If only for this generation, I ask us to consider suspending our ideas of normality and allowing that each angelic lightworker knows instinctively what they’re here to do.
And to the lightworker who doesn’t: Follow your bliss, as Joseph Campbell said many years ago. If it doesn’t bring delight to your heart and set your feet tapping to think of doing something, don’t do it. (2) It probably isn’t part of your mission.
But if it does, perhaps consider that that, no matter how it looks, it’s part of why you’re here and what you’re here to contribute.
(1) “All on Earth are Angels,” September 26, 2020, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2020/09/26/all-on-earth-are-angels/
(2) “Does it bring joy to your heart? Does it ignite that wonderful smile in your tummy? Does it make your feet tap, wanting to get going? Does it feel like love? Does it feel that you could take this project, whatever it is, and show it to me in full confidence and pride that this is something that you are offering yourself, each other, and the multiverse, the omniverse.
“Now, if it does not give you that feeling, then set it aside. Go on to the next idea. Because the inspiration that you are being flooded with — and I mean each and every one of you – [means] you are not in a lull. You are overwhelmed with ideas. So go to the next one, and say, all right, is this the one that makes my heart sing? And it may be a multitude of steps.
“Do what feels like unbridled joy. That is how you create Nova Earth. That is how you say, as a human, as a creator race, ‘this is how I work with the elementals, with the kingdoms, with the devas, with the planet, with my guides, with my star brothers and sisters, with the Company of Heaven.'” (“The Divine Mother Blesses Nova Earth Day, Feb. 14, 2013,” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/building-nova-earth-toward-a-world-that-works-for-everyone/nova-earth-day/the-divine-mother-blesses-nova-earth-day-feb-14-2013/.)