Michael once said to me that I didn’t like to repeat myself very much and I agreed. He then asked me how I thought he felt.
He must repeat himself a million times a day.
Well, I’m about to repeat myself. But this for me constitutes the most important thing I can conceive of saying so I feel quite justified in doing it.
We’ve misunderstood things and our misunderstanding denies to us the thing that I consider most precious in all the world.
Let’s start with the end first. What do I regard as the most precious thing in the world? Love. But I mean higher-dimensional love, not what passes for it in our ordinary 3/4D world. (1)
Why do I say we deny it to ourselves?
Because we misconstrue how love operates.
We think: I get love from you. We may or may not, but I don’t get a river of love from you.
Whereas I do get a river of love from another source. And that’s the source I want to look for it from.
That source is my very own heart and, for you, your very own heart.
No, not your physical heart. Not your heart chakra.
The heart behind the portal, whose non-physical door Hindus call the hridayam. Two digits to (our) right of the breastbone. Once open or once we’re on the other side of it, love flows copiously.
As long as we’re immersed in the tsunami of love, all is well. But, when the heart opening wanes, we then have to do a bit of work.
Stop the recording. At this very place, we either create the misunderstanding or take effective action.
I say “I want love.” At this moment, I either think, “I get love from Mary” (the misunderstanding) or “I get love from my very own heart” (much truer picture).
If Mary, we then begin to knock ourselves out doing everything possible to “get love” from Mary. (Think of the dance of the Birds of Paradise.)
Over here, for heaven’s sake!
If Mary responds, then the love we see in her eyes, so to speak, inspires us to draw love up from our very own heart in response, thinking all the time we got it from her.
We experience our own love and say, “She loves me.” Oh my.
If Mary doesn’t respond, we feel disappointed. In fact, we may even say, “I was disappointed in love.” No, you misunderstood the way love works.
You actually never need to be disappointed in love.
But, so far, it’s only me talking. Let me bring Michael in because he states the situation clearly and authoritatively:
“Love is the energy of the universe. It is the energy of the Mother. And it moves constantly, continually, eternally, infinitely. So, to have an experience of love, it [must move] through you.” (2)
Love moves and we experience it as it moves up through us and out to the intended recipient or the world.
Let me add June Meek’s recent experience of higher-dimensional love. This is the love I’m referring to:
“Then I moved up from the 5th into the 6th dimension and was overwhelmed by the pure, unconditional love that I was feeling. …
“I found myself standing in a room with a large opening that didn’t have doors. …
“Then I turned around and looked into the room. The walls and ceiling were golden. This room was filled with every human being who was ready for and had moved up to the 6th dimension. And every single one of them was crying in happiness. They were overwhelmed by the pure, unconditional love flowing into them, which was in stark contrast to what is experienced in the 3rd.” (2)
There’s no hiding the fact that you’ve experienced this all-satisfying form of love if you have and there’s no pretending that you have if you haven’t. Yes or no is crystal clear.
Love is not just a feeling. A feeling happens inside of us; a divine state we’re immersed in, as Michael explains:
Archangel Michael: When I say Love, I do not simply refer to what you think of as emotion. It is a state of being. It is a state of being that sustains us. (3)
Thus, it’s meant, designed into life that we experience the flow of love as it moves through us to others. That gives a whole new dimension to Jesus’s advice, love one another, doesn’t it? If we want to experience our love, it will mostly come from loving one another. I’m going to let that sink in with me for a moment.
Effectively that means that love must be shared – not for you to feel my love so much as for me to feel it. (4) I feel my love as it moves through me. Out to you, yes. But your major source of love is your very own heart. It moves through you as you share it with me.
So for heaven’s sake, let’s agree this New Year to stop looking for love so much from our partners and a whole lot more from our very own selves – from our hearts
Let me let Michael have the last word on what we’ll find:
Archangel Michael: So what you do when you bring the love up and out, when you begin to send, to share, it is as if you have in fact activated what we call the wellspring. The visual you may think of is the volcano.
It is not that you empty out. It is that you discover that that wellspring 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! (5)
Never has to cease. We may take our attention off it and it may seem to disappear for a time. From our view perhaps. But the universal river of love itself never stops flowing.
And with Ascension our ability to permanently feel that eternal wellspring of love will begin.
On that kind of love, see Love Like We Never Imagined It to Be at https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Love-Like-We-Never-Imagined-It-to-Be-R13.pdf
(2) “June Deborah Meek: Journey to the Higher Dimensions – 1/2,” January 7, 2023, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2023/01/07/june-deborah-meek-journey-to-the-higher-dimensions-1-2/.
(3) “Transcript: Archangel Michael – The Life of an Archangel, June 25, 2015,” July 22, 2015, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2015/07/22/transcript-archangel-michael-the-life-of-an-archangel-june-25-2015/.
(4) “Archangel Michael: Go with the Ebb and the Flow of Love,” channeled by Linda Dillon, April 3, 2014, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2014/04/05/archangel-michael-go-with-the-ebb-and-the-flow-of-love/.
(5) I remember what Jesus said, which I regard as true:
“I came to know that to give someone love, even when they despise you, is a gift to your own heart.” (“Jesus Through John: Sorrow,” October 14, 2020, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2020/10/14/jesus-through-john-3/.)
If we hate someone, we condemn ourselves to feeling that hatred. That can’t be fun. Loving them instead means we get to experience that love as it flows from our hearts through us, to them.