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The Mother says all prayers are answered and as we individually become full of compassion, that ability to be The Observer sending LOVE while holding the highest vision as She does, we affect change on an internal level unprecedented on Gaia.
In the teachings of the Universal Law of (For)Give and Receive through Linda Dillon, channel for the Council of Love, Sanat Kumara told us our most important work is to let go for Gaia, to forgive ourselves within for being the betrayed and the betrayer, for feeling abandonment and being the abandon-er, and the other false grids and core issues, to know everything is forgiven by the Mother.
As we balance within, not only in forgiveness but in gratitude for this amazing journey, we open to sacred purpose — why we are here on Gaia at this time — and our talents to share to bring this planet to balance.
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How the Law of Give and Receive
Relates to Joy and the 5th Dimension
What can we do in this particular cycle?
We can give Gaia in this time of change and the dissolution, the elimination of the old 3rd, our willingness to release all the false grids, the illusions of separation, the lack of self-worth and self-love, the fear that we are not forgiven for past behaviour, situations.
Forgiveness of the judgements is our gift to her, and then to receive from her the conscious, heart-knowing of being with her fully and completely in the cleaned up 3rd, and all the dimensions and realities.
This is the biggest gift we can give, not only to Gaia, but to all of the higher realms — (for)give and receive — being in gratitude, joy.
This is our Ascension.
Giving away, us forgiving the illusions is the most precious gift the higher realms could possibly receive.
This is our jump in consciousness, the expansion of our heart, and the realization that we are LOVE and nothing else.
We may think we are skin and bones and a bit of hair but even that, the fibres of that creation, are LOVE, capable of forgiveness.
The (for)give and receive is at the speed of LOVE
and that is the speed of light squared.
We do not yet have measurements on Earth for this, but certainly our star brothers and sisters do.
As we give it is the Law
we must receive
in the balance.
It is not simply an either/or. It is a balance.
It is the balance of doing our creation work for the collective but it is also doing our creation work for our self.
Everything from a space vehicle to food on the table, to bodywork, to partnership, to laughter, to ease. . . what we are really asking for for the collective is the higher vibration of unity, peace.
In forgiveness of everything as The Observer sending Love, in that place of BALANCE within, we create/receive peace on Earth. . . as within so without.
Ten Humanitarian Crises and Trends
to Watch in 2021
The New Humanitarian Free Newsletter, January 20th, 2021
Monitoring and oversight is important for peace-building to succeed, but there may be less money and international bandwidth available as a result of COVID-19 and the global recession.
Peace agreements from South Sudan to Colombia to Central African Republic are already faltering; political transitions in Sudan, Mali, and potentially Afghanistan look equally wobbly.
While each situation is unique, they all share the need for guarantors to keep what peace there is on track.
Cathy Buckle’s Letters from Zimbabwe:
Courage Doesn’t Mean You Aren’t Afraid
Dear Family and Friends,
After twenty one years of writing this Letter from Zimbabwe, at first every week and then every fortnight, I find the words come harder and harder as the heart grows weak at describing our decades of pain, injustice and suffering and, when writing about it, self censorship is always uppermost. Despite freedom of speech and expression being enshrined in our 2013 Constitution, they are far from being guaranteed in the reality of our daily lives.
A fortnight ago freelance journalist Hopewell Chin’ono, Advocate Fadzayi Mahere and lawyer Job Sikhala were arrested in connection with a tweet that falsely reported the death of a child after an assault by police.
Charged with publishing or communicating falsehoods, Chin’ono and Sikhala remain in prison two weeks later while Advocate Mahere has been released on bail.
All three have been arrested before, incarcerated before and continue to find the courage to stand up, speak out and expose injustice, corruption and oppression.
Publisher Trevor Ncube said that the incarceration of the three was an attack on freedom of expression by the state. “That the three have been charged under a law that was struck down by the Constitutional Court in 2014 makes the violation of their rights to free speech even more pernicious…. Muzzling those who call for state accountability is a cynical abuse of power.”
On her release on bail Advocate Mahere wrote about her experience, words that filled us with shame and sadness and made us laugh and cry; here are some extracts which so beautifully portray the real spirit of the Zimbabwe that awaits:
“Courage does not mean you aren’t afraid, it means you act in spite of your fear….
“I was thrown into the all familiar lice-infested police cell with a drop toilet. The proverbial puddle of urine from last time and all the times before greeted me. Rather, it slapped my face. I was barefoot, having signed my shoes in upon entry as per procedure. There was no sanitizer, no facility to flush the loo, no sink and tap, no toilet paper and no sanitary bin. The blankets smelt of old urine. …
“The events of the previous two days had frozen my legal brain as I watched constitutional rights bludgeoned and the Supreme Law rendered a lifeless museum piece…. I resolved that the only way to make it through this ordeal was to embrace it, follow all orders including the illegal ones and then just make the most of it. “Behave with beauty and dignity at all times,” is the best advice I received that week.
“We knelt before the prison wardens whom we called “Mbuya”. We had to kneel when talking to them. That was the rule. …The concrete floor was our mattress. We had to make our beds out of old, dirty, torn, smelly blankets stamped “Parirenyatwa Hospital.
“We went round the room sharing the charges that had brought us in. Curious, I saved my story till last. Murder, murder, murder, murder, armed robbery, theft, armed robbery, lockdown, curfew, lockdown then “tweeting.” They laughed. So did I. … I made many friends because humanity is wired towards positivity. People in distress tend to make the most of tough situations.
“Every day at lock-up time, I sat at my window and watched the skyline change from blue to a beautiful golden-peachy hue. The quiet beauty of the setting sun descending below the horizon was a peaceful reminder that the whole thing would eventually end. At least I hoped. … I also remain hopeful that one day, the sun will set on injustice and repression. Until then, I will always choose courage over inaction. I will never stop imagining that Zimbabwe will one day be free.”
“Ours must always be a story of hope. Of citizens who, knowing how ruthless and repressive this regime is, chose courage over inaction.”
Advocate Fadzayi Mahere, Journalist Hopewell Chin’ono and Lawyer Job Sikhala consistently show us the Zimbabwe that we can be.
Until next time, thanks for reading this Letter From Zimbabwe, now in its 21st year, and my books about life in Zimbabwe, a country in waiting,
22 January 2021
Invoking Sanat Kumara, Keeper of Universal Law,
and the Universal Law of Give and Receive
for Peace and Love on Gaia
Also, I’m starting a Zoom class
7 – 9 pm PST Wednesdays,
beginning January 27th, 2021,
“How Things Work in the Higher Realms”
If you’re interested,
please email me
through my Contact Page
on Voice of Freedom.
Cost is $20 per class.