All the world’s religions have an idea of higher dimensionality, if even just a vague idea such as “heaven,” “kingdom come,” or “the afterlife.”
After the vision I had in 1987 – which was wordless – I had to find words to describe the transdimensional realities I’d just seen. (1) What I’d seen went way beyond the existing models of enlightenment I was familiar with. The dimensional world was just one “isolated” part of it.
My vision did not show me what was happening internally for the little golden star; only the outward stages of its journey.
Always one of the features of the search that I noticed was that it was goal-oriented.
There was a starting place and there was a finishing place.
The starting place was God. And the finishing place was … God. We travel on a sacred arc from God to God through innumerable lifetimes in a world of matter, mater, Mother.
Another feature of what I found: When we move from the starting place to the finish, life gets progressively better.
I expect to find that the biggest leap in improvement is between the 3rd and 5th dimensions. The improvement lies in the experience of love.
A third feature: No matter what I saw or didn’t see, “I” persisted. I could go to sleep but “I” wakes up when … errr, I … awaken. It’s confusing.
But what’s not confusing is that “I” persist.
I’ve been outside my body. “I” persisted. My body was on hold. Excuse me? What? I said my body did not keep going, like a car without a driver.
That body could be smashed to smithereens and I’ll bet … I’d persist. Not like I’ll test out that theory.
Interesting, isn’t it?
The destination turns out to hinge on what we know about this “I.” The whole drama revolves around it. (2)
This was not directly communicated by my vision. My vision only showed a single soul, born from God, going out into the world, as Jesus said, and then realizing itself (God meets God), and returning to the Father.
Returning to the Father, as far as I knew and as far as any enlightened master I ever read knew, was the end of the journey. Period. Full stop.
That was 1987. Since 2011 – and the readings with Michael and the Mother and the radio shows (3) – I’ve learned that the end of my vision is not the end of the story for individuals. The Mother and Michael explain:
Divine Mother: Now, in this journey — for some of you it is millennia, for some of you it is eons; it matters not — there is a drive and an understanding, an intellectual and spiritual understanding that your drive is to make the U-turn and to come back Home, to return Home to the Heart of One where you are so welcome until such time as you choose to emanate again. (4)
Steve Beckow: Now, Mother, you have just referred to you bringing them back. You’ve just referred to mergence have you not, or union? And you’re saying that after they return in union, they go back out into the world. Is that correct?
Divine Mother: Yes. If they so choose, yes. Now, is it in the timeline that human beings tend to think of? No. But eventually there is re-emergence. (5)
Michael adds more detail:
Archangel Michael: When you go home, and you can reunite in the Heart of of One, do not think that you go off on another tangent or another journey simply because you feel like it or because you are earning your way back to that linear path. You go back out into the universe as a brilliant spark of pure light!
So you come, you return, you gain not only understanding, wisdom, knowledge – what you can think of as spiritual regeneration – and then, in concert with many, including your guides and guardian angels and, many times, whoever you are going to be working with – for example, myself or Archangel Raphael – you emerge again. (6)
Among the notions of what constitutes “the end,” I prefer the idea that we end up in the lap of Mother/Father One and then, when ready, come back out into the world again.
I’m going to hold this view of reality until I need to let go of it as well. Say, next year.
If this lifetime were about enlightenment, which it is not for me, I’d cite St. John of the Cross here:
Without a foothold you must seek Him out-
no face nor form, alone –
tasting there something I dont know
that one may come on randomly. (7)
All my theories will have to go. “Without a foothold you must seek him out.”
Or Lao Tzu:
“The Way is gained by daily loss,
Loss upon loss until
At last comes rest.
“By letting go, it all gets done;
The world is won by those who let it go!
But when you try and try,
The world is then beyond the winning.” (8)
Let go, let go, let go. Even of trying.
Ah well. I’m a servant this lifetime and need to stay conscious of this unreal world.
Sometimes I think the apt mantra for a servant is hold on, hold on, hold on.
(1) Look how many words I’ve found!!!!!! Look what a bonfire a little match has kindled.
(2) In other words, enlightenment turns out to be the purpose of life. God meets God in a moment of our enlightenment and for that meeting was all of this made. See The Purpose of Life is Enlightenment at https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Purpose-of-Life-is-Enlightenment-3.pdf
(3) See Kathleen Mary Willis, “HB & AHWAA Transcripts & Audios: Divine Beings, Universal Laws, Blessings & Virtues,” at https://goldenageofgaia.com/2019/06/30/hb-and-ahwaa-transcripts-on-universal-laws-and-blessings-and-virtues/
(4) “Divine Mother: My Desire is that Every Being on the Planet Falls in Love,” October 3, 2014, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2014/10/03/divine-mother-my-desire-is-that-every-being-on-the-planet-falls-in-love/.
(5) “The Divine Mother: Each and Every One of You Carries Divine Might, Part 1/2,” June 17, 2013, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/06/the-divine-mother-each-and-every-one-of-you-carries-divine-might-part-12.
(6) Archangel Michael, An Hour with an Angel, March 26, 2012, at http://the2012scenario.com/2012/03/archangels-michael-and-gabriel-on-the-angelic-realm-hour-with-an-angel-transcript-march-26-2012/.
(7) St. John of the Cross in Willis Barnstone, trans., The Poems of Saint John of the Cross. New York: New Directions, 1972; c1968.
(8) Lao-Tzu, The Way of Life (Tao Te Ching). Trans. R.B. Blakney. New York and Scarborough: New American Library, 1955, 16, 68.