The Arcturian Group said:
“Evolution is and always has been an ongoing process but these times represent a particularly giant step of evolution. ” (1)
You can say that again.
Some sage whose reference I’ve now lost said that the reason we incarnate so many times is that we really accomplish very little karmic learning in any one lifetime.
That surely cannot be said of this lifetime.
I can only speak for myself, but I’m learning, learning, learning every day. (2)
What is the most important transition I’d like to see in all of us? The Arcturian Group touches on it when it says:
“Anything a person deems to be necessary for happiness and success represents belief in a false god.”
Seeking happiness in the outer world in its pleasures, possessions, and distractions is antithetical to seeking happiness in the inner world; specifically, in the heart.
The Arcturian Group say:
“You were taught throughout lifetimes to put your dependence and value in outer things and you sincerely believed in the correctness of these teachings. However, those of you who read and understand these messages have attained a level of awareness that now makes these three-dimensional teachings obsolete.”
Obsolete. Like a mere skeleton. A deserted house.
Original sin. Going to hell. The elect of God. Etc. All obsolete.
Original innocence. Ascending. All God’s children. We’ll get better traction from these.
They advise us that “the qualities of Source are already fully present within, available to express and be experienced, as truth becomes an attained state of consciousness.”
Notice they say as “truth” becomes an attained state. Why truth? Because the purpose of life is to learn the absolute truth of who we are.
I can tell you the answer after you sign an NDA. (OK, OK, the intellectual answer is you are God. But now you have to realize it.)
These “qualities of Source” have been called the divine qualities or the blessings and virtues. The heart is, among many things, an artesian well, a fountain of life, overflowing with the blessings and virtues. Drowned in the Ocean of Love within the heart, one has everything one has ever sought. One is now truly alive. (3)
No, the new car didn’t do it or even the house overlooking the valley. A home is after all wood and stone: how will that bring us happiness?
We may feel bliss for a time after buying our house because desire has temporarily ceased. (4) But as soon as the craving mind picks out a new external object to desire, the bliss disappears and we’re back to the rat race of seeking happiness in possessions.
Gosh, I wish I could shout this from the rooftops because we just don’t seem to believe it’s true or, even if we do, we don’t act as if we do: Seek love in the heart. We seek it from a partner, parent, child, etc., and then berate them if we don’t feel their love!!! As Kathleen says: How’s it working for ya? Not at all!
(To be concluded in Part 2, tomorrow.)
(1) “The Arcturian Group via Marilyn Raffaele, Oct. 25, 2020,” October 25, 2020, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2020/10/25/the-arcturian-group-via-marilyn-raffaele-oct-25-2020/
(2) If you were to give me a quick life review right now, flipping the snapshots of everyday life to make a movie, I think you’d see the changes. I’d expect my expression to become happier and less stressed. I’d probably look more forthcoming rather than foreboding, more a “sigh” than a “grrrr…..”
(3) One has to drown to come alive. Paradox. That’s not the only surprise we meet along the way. Perhaps the biggest surprise is realizing higher-dimensional love itself. We may see that we never had any idea what love is. None. Zip.
(4) “It’s only when the wanting diminishes that we can begin to experience a fullness that is always there. … The only reason we are not aware of it is that we are endlessly, endlessly, endlessly captivated and intoxicated by the experience of wanting.” (Andrew Cohen, The Promise of Perfection. Lenox: Moksha Press, 1998, 26.)
A Hindu holy man used to say that the whole problem lay in two words: “I want.” “I” is the subject we’re ignorant of whose realization is life’s purpose. “Want” is the obstacle, the cloaking force.