There was nothing in my being – once flooded with an inner tsunami of love – that prepared me in the slightest for the experience of a heart opening. I could not fully appreciate beforehand what would occur.
More to the point, I had to face the fact that, given what I now knew, I also knew that I had never loved in my life until that moment.
I entered into “commercial” relationships. In return for love, I’d ingratiate myself to my partner by paying for things, doing things, and otherwise being a good boy.
But, when they ran out of love, the relationship collapsed. I didn’t know what they wanted or why it collapsed. They’d always say, “You’re a nice guy but….”
Now I knew what, why, and how.
But that’s only one facet of this experience. I assert that humans are most motivated to experience the best they can feel. Well, it’d be hard to imagine feeling better than taking a dip in this ocean of love.
So Michael has reduced our recommended standard of conduct as lightworkers down to one simple guideline: Does it feel like love?
Now we need to take it on, actually use it, and plan what comes next in rebuilding Nova Earth in accordance with it.
That’s one, respectable level to the game. But there’s an even higher level for me and that’s treating every moment as an opportunity to love – to feel love and share it. That’s the real challenge. I believe it’s ultimately where the road leads that Michael is pointing at.