Everything, every interaction, every situation is enhanced and transformed by the divine qualities.
They’re like the sauce, the dressing that makes the dish come alive.
But they’re also like a finely-guarded treasure. We seldom get to experience them under normal circumstances.
When our attention is able to be gotten perhaps by a serious loss, an illness, or an injury, we may for a time have cleared enough inner space to experience a divine state. Now imagine living from one.
In the ascended state, one lives from the divine states. That’s what we ascend to.
In that state, as Archangel Michael once said:
“It is not that you empty out. It is that you discover that that wellspring [of love] is SO full and overflowing that it is a steady stream. That steady stream does not ever, ever (think of what I say!) … it never has to cease!” (1)
The flow of love never has to cease. I wonder if we really let that in. Never mind NESARA. Never mind a universal basic income. The flow of love that we then experience satisfies every urge and desire. Even if we were the poorest of the poor. (2)
Imagine fleeing into your front door because there’s a serious storm brewing behind you. You put the groceries down and take off your coat. You go to the back door to bring in the chairs and all is sunshine. In amazement, you walk out onto a Caribbean beach in high season.
The difference between the two is sort of … somewhat … like the difference between our ordinary state and our state with the transforming sauce, the uplifting dressing of a divine state. (3) (Pardon the mixed metaphor. We were on a Caribbean beach….)
Michael, I said I’d be writing about love and the heart a thousand times. I’m probably up to 100. But I can’t stop talking about it. When I draw it up from my heart, everything changes. Instantly, life is good again.
Pills can’t do this. Exercise can’t bring it on. Money can’t buy it. And yet here it is, free and limitless for the asking.
Don’t go looking for it. You’ll only busy the one you’re looking for. Draw love up from the heart, where it awaits us, endlessly flowing.
When we find a good restaurant or a good movie, we want to tell others about it. Can you imagine the pressure to share having stumbled upon what some people regard as the fountain of life? Michael calls it the wellspring – the tsunami of love that flows beyond the heart door, the hridayam, awaiting us.
(1) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, March 13, 2015.
(2) We may not choose to stay if our circumstances are unendurable. But the experience of love would still be that which buoys us up.
(3) That may be a good way to describe it.