In any war – and make no mistake, we are at war, a hidden war – everyone has to deal with uncertainty.
A practised opponent works to create and increase that uncertainty, taking advantage of our weak spots and fatal flaws by floating disinformation and making ruses and feints.
For many years, our tax dollars financed the very governmental agencies who were arrayed against us, hiding as “terrorists,” blowing up buildings, causing hurricanes and tsunamis.
Their sophisticated weapons of media control, MK Ultra persuasion, interruption of vital services, use of clones and actors, but most of all, their use of a bioweapon of mass destruction – the Covid vaccine – are all being employed against a populace who still little suspects anything malevolent or malicious.
What to do in such a situation, where we cannot look to the outside world for certainty?
Well, for me, it’s the same as asking where can we look for love? To ourselves in both cases. (1)
I look to the power of my commitment would be my answer.
We build our certainty for ourselves and for others on the basis of our commitments.
We build our certainty on the basis of our own created reality with our commitments as the mortar between the bricks.
Obviously what’s of value here – our currency – is our word, our bond, our promises. If our word is weak, that’s a contributing factor to uncertainty. If our word is strong that increases certainty.
Commitment to what? Well, that’s up to you. Most parents will be committed to their families. Educators to the truth. Artists to beauty. Etc.
But I’m recommending we use commitment in an uncertain setting to actually craft certainty. I can give you an easy example.
I serve the Mother and Michael. That’s my primary commitment. All else flows from that. I feel clear and certain.
Meanwhile, I know that nothing happens, especially to one of her servants, without it being the Mother’s will:
Divine Mother: I know very clearly, sweet one, as do you, if it is not [in] my Plan, then it will not occur. (2)
All of this chaos is in her Plan. The miller is sifting the flour through the screen and removing any remaining chaff.
It’s important to me, in a time of uncertainty, to remember that, if it happens to me, it’s her will.
If she can invent a new species of humans, if she can create a new region of space, if she can relate to me what my commitment was in coming into form, (3) then I believe I’ve made a really sound and wise commitment.
It allows me to face into what happens knowing that, if it happens, it’s her will and serves a divine purpose. And simply accept whatever occurs and address the challenge in it.
Michael once said to me that he put out a kitchen fire I caused because it served no purpose to burn down the building. And I watched that fire reach the ceiling and then shrink until it disappeared. There may as well have been a magician in the apartment.
But, OK, the evidence is right there before my eyes that they watch and intervene. What more basis for certainty do I need than that?
I’m committed to serving the Mother and whatever comes is what the Mother brings me. That gives me certainty and confidence.
If we worship rugged individualism, what I’m doing is seen as subservient and weak. But if I want the certainty that allows me to take on bigger and bigger challenges, then knowing that the Mother sees all and intervenes where necessary is a source of strength.
All other commitments flow from this prime directive, so to speak. Having recently seen how maturity can be experienced as a definite space, (4) I see how and when I’ll be equipped to meet the challenges coming down the pike. How = divine intervention and when = when I need it.
The more I see examples of it, the more confident I feel – and the more certain.
(1) The love that feeds me lives in my heart. I draw it up with my breath and send it out to the world and experience it as it passes through me. I know. I know. I’m repeating myself. But there is no more important message.
Michael once observed that I didn’t much like repeating myself. “Can you imagine how I feel?” he asked.
(2) The Divine Mother in “Enter the Delegations – Part 2/3,” May 5, 2019, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2019/05/05/enter-the-delegations-part-2-3/. Reading, April 30, 2019.
(3) Divine Mother: You have said to me, “Mother, what if they forget? I will remind them. I will communicate with them through words, through my passion, through my heart, through my knowing. I will communicate the love to them.”
This is your task and it is a task of change as this planet, in this great chaos, in flux, chooses, yes, by this wonderful instrument of free will, as they choose and as you choose to simply be the love. It can have an infinite, literally infinite number of expressions. (Divine Mother in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, April 30, 2019.)
(4) See “Dissociation – What a Long Road Back!” May 17, 2023, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2023/05/17/dissociation-what-a-long-road-back/ and “Maturity as a Tangible Space,”