What follows is the “Introduction” to a new booklet on the Mother’s Tsunami of Love, designed for lightworkers new to Ascension topics.
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The inner Tsunami of Love moves us from here (wherever we are) to transformative love, then to bliss, and then to ecstacy. I can vouch for it.
The purpose of this short booklet is to provide an introduction to the Divine Mother’s Tsunami of Love.
The Tsunami of Love is the major means by which the Mother is raising our vibrations in preparation for Ascension and through Ascension itself.
The question many people new to the subject may have is: Who is the Divine Mother? Is she (“She” or “she” – see 1) a guru? An alien? A goddess?
The Divine Mother is the active face of God; the Heavenly Father is the passive face. They are One God. The Mother herself explains, step by step.
“Let us be very basic. My essence is love. The Father and I are conjoined as One, our love. And it is from this union that all is born.” (2)
We cannot approach the Father except through the Mother:
“I am your connection [to the Father]. When you are with me in the fullness of union, as full as you can know it while in form, then you are connected, and in, not only my creation, but my wisdom and my love. And in that is all. It is all you need to know or can know or will know.
“It brings you beyond the human experience.” (3)
Beyond the human experience means beyond the twelve dimensions of the physical universe.
She tells us that she is active; the Father is still:
“I am All. I am One. … When I am Father, there is a stillness, complete. …
“This is something that the human race is simply learning now. It is the union and conjoining of stillness with movement, and how that is the balance of everything. When I am in the Father, I do not require that movement, for that is not the way that I have created the Father. So, they are the two halves of the whole.” (4)
“Creation comes from movement, and it is movement into form, into energy, into substance, into essence — however you conceive of that. But do not negate the role of the Father, of the masculine, because in that is the stillness of the moment of creation, what you think of. So it is the combination.” (5)
Let’s hear a Hindu description of this same relationship, from Sri Ramakrishna, perhaps the Mother’s most renowned devotee:
“When I think of the Supreme Being as inactive — neither creating nor preserving nor destroying — I call Him Brahman [God] or Purusha [Supreme Person], the Impersonal God.
“When I think of Him as active — creating, preserving, and destroying — I call him Sakti [Creative Energy] or Maya [Illusion] or Prakriti [Creator or Procreatrix], the Personal God. But the distinction between them does not mean a difference.
“The Personal and the Impersonal are the same thing, like milk and its whiteness, the diamond and its lustre, the snake and its wriggling motion. It is impossible to conceive of the one without the other. The Divine Mother and Brahman are one.” (6)
Jesus also gave a nod to this relationship when, having been asked for a password, he said, “A movement and a rest.” (7) The Mother is that movement; the Father is that rest.
Keep in mind before reading this next passage that the purpose of life is for us to know who we really are. The Mother’s material world (matter, mater, Mother) is our school for learning the answer to that burning question:
“Consider with me for a moment what the Mother Energy is. There are reasons why you have this paradigm, this archetype.
“It is the Mother Nurturer. It is the Mother Disciplinarian. It is the Mother who ‘course corrects’ you as you grow. It is the Mother who sees you grow into the truth of fulfillment, the evolution of your maturity on every level. …
“I am not a thundering, punishing Mother – nor is the Father for that matter!” (8)
When, during an interview, I tried to connect a few dots with her and establish that she was the same as Shakti, her reply startled me:
“When I have spoken about … Shakti, I have spoken about a part of me. … She is not the totality of my being. My being is bigger than you can fathom, dear one. So I do not simply mean that she is an aspect manifesting. But it is simply larger than any of you can imagine, particularly at this point.” (9)
So the Divine Mother is not a guru, not a being from eleventh-dimensional Arcturus nor the incarnation of the goddess Hera. The Divine Mother is God-in-motion. Mother and Father are two faces of the same golden coin.
So I say that to set up our listening for what follows. The Mother explains to us how her Tsunami of Love works and what it’s doing to and for us.
Linda Dillon is the channel. I never stop admiring Linda’s channelings of the Mother and I’m sure you’ll enjoy them and benefit from them too.
Someone once criticized Linda in my presence and I said if Linda were speaking instead of the Divine Mother, she deserves an Academy Award. The Divine Mother’s teachings through Linda are, in my view, profound.
(1) Is it “She” or “she”? Michael says: “We do not want anything capitalized.” (Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Aug. 12, 2016.)
(2) “Transcript of the Divine Mother: Density is Unloving Emotion; Love is Lightness of Being,” March 6, 2015, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2015/03/06/transcript-of-the-divine-mother-density-is-unloving-emotion-love-is-lightness-of-being/.
(3) “Transcript of the Divine Mother on An Hour with an Angel, May 7, 2012,” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/the-2012-scenario/what-role-are-the-angels-playing/transcript-of-the-divine-mother-on-an-hour-with-an-angel-may-7-2012/.)
(4) Loc. cit.
(5) Loc. cit.
(6) Paramahansa Ramakrishna in Swami Nikhilananda, trans., The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna. New York: Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center, 1978; c1942, 32.
(7) In response to his disciples’ request for a password, Jesus said: “Tell them a movement and a rest.” (A. Guillaumont et al. The Gospel According to Thomas. New York and Evanston: Harper and Row, 1959, 29.)
(8) “Transcript ~ The Divine Mother: New Year’s Message 2017,” December 29, 2016, through Linda Dillon, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2016/12/31/new-years-message-2017/.
(9) “The Divine Mother: Come to Me as I Come to You – Part 1/2,” Oct. 17, 2012 at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2012/10/the-divine-mother-come-to-me-as-i-come-to-you-part-12/.An Introduction to the Tsunami of Love 6