When the ten days of broadcasts come, we’ll be expected to stay indoors while the clean-up on aisle three takes place.
I’m getting out the arts and crafts and laying on some hobby-style things to amuse myself during the white-hat lockdown.
My latest diversion is painting bottles, like the one above. That’s glitter glue on top and irridescent blue nail polish on the bottom. I’m turning everyday objects into objets d’art. (1)
If you could see the upside-down Tanqueray crest, you’d see it says “Q.” This is my Q Army.
The thing of it is, when I’m painting the bottles (no, I don’t drink) (2) with glitter glue, I totally forget the cares of the world.
It’s very tactile. I’m swooshing paint around and having fun.
As a result, I feel peace, just as we’re aiming for in international affairs.
There’s a saying that there’s no peace outside without peace inside. (As within, so without.) And I’m exploring that abstraction.
The question I have is: How can I translate this peace I feel when creating artful bottles into my outer work?
The answer comes: By doing what I love, inside and out.
That statement has two parts. (A) Doing. It’s the act of creating that seems to cause the love to well up inside of me at this moment. (B) What I love. That cinches the matter. Doing what I love causes the love to flow; it primes the pump.
I think that coming from love and doing what I love would be the same as making every moment sacred.
When will I make the big break and just come from love 24/7/365?
I have to be creating something I feel joyful to create for this to work. Something as simple as applying glitter glue to bottles brings up the love as much because I’m creating as because I’m creating what I love. (2)
That brings satisfaction as well as joy and satisfaction brings peace.
I think we’re going to need to find some way to relax during the ten days because some of what we see and hear will challenge us to the extreme. We may need ways to release the tension.
Ways like shouting into a pillow, shouting in the (parked) car, chopping wood. etc.
Some people (not informed lightworkers) may feel they’re going insane; it’s a good time to be indoors.
It’ll be the end of the charade and the revelation of Earth’s true history. Why not direct our jubilation into building something beautiful? (3)
(1) When I was at the National Museum of Man (now the Canadian Museum of History) in 1973-4, I started a future history or contemporary conservation program. It was a consumer-products collection that eventually became the largest at the museum.
To warrant a place in it, the object or its label had to say something of significance about contemporary society, such as the “proper” place of women — in the kitchen! (Don’t murder the historian!) Examples, not from the collection and reflecting perhaps the early Fifties:
In fact, this year would be the 50th anniversary of the founding of that collection.
(2) When I take out the trash, I’d see bottles of interesting shapes and sizes. I often wondered what they’d look like fancied up.
(3) Divine Mother: Build what is divinely beautiful. I give you my divine authority to do so. I will guide you. I will help you. But I entrust this to you as well. …
We are helping you. That gateway is open and you are being flooded and you are being assisted and you will be assisted every step of the way. (“Transcript ~ The Divine Mother: Take Up Your Divine Authority, AHWAA, February 23, 2017,” February 28, 2017, at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2017/02/28/transcript-divine-mother-take-divine-authority-ahwaa-february-23-2017/.)