Happy Canada Day, Canada! Time to organize again!
Non-cooperation with evil is as much a duty as is cooperation with good. – Mahatma Gandhi
In my view, it’s time to become globally organized in the furtherance of world peace. To assist with that, I repost a collection of Gandhi’s sayings for any who wish to reflect on them. But first, may I comment?
I assert that halting war will not come from our governments. Surely we see that by now.
They’re focused on blowing up pipelines and derailing trains, burning down food-production plants and causing weather catastrophes.
They’re after world control and depopulation. In my view, there’s no satisfaction to be expected from that quarter.
The peaceful and effective opposition to them will have to come from a peaceful but organized We the People.
We need to show our governments that we demand peace. We demand an end to war. We demand the defunding of all black projects and unnecessary military expenditures. We demand an equitable redistribution of the planet’s wealth.
We demand, after the establishment of world peace, the founding of one unified global military defense force, under the direction of a civilian planetary council, and the destruction of all nuclear and other offensive weapons. (1)
We need to use the Internet much more fully to globally organize ourselves and build momentum for a world that works for everyone. We need to draw more fully on Starlink, the Quantum Financial System, and white-hat tech resources.
We need to get the word out. So you can’t write. Can you post pictures?
“A world that works for everyone” (the phrase is Werner Erhard’s) (2) is a description of a higher-dimensional world. The love that flows there entirely satisfies and makes the world one that cannot but work for all.
But we’re here now. And between now and then, we need to dismantle the power structures of the deep state and the doing of that needs to be peaceful and legal.
This is not tumbrils and guillotines. While there is a hidden war going on, and people are dying, the hope of the white-hat military is that the rest of us will stay calm and out of the way of what amounts to the removal teams.
Obviously the legality of removal derives from the American Constitution in the States and G/NESARA, the Global/National Economic Security and Reformation Act, in other places that lack democratic foundational documents. (3) G/NESARA mandates a return to world peace.
Who better to turn to for inspiration and guidance than Mohandas (Mahatma) Gandhi, whom we know to have been a reincarnation of St. Francis of Assisi? (4) The article, below, from 2017 gives us some of his brilliance, born of the divine state of peace.
Having tasted higher-dimensional peace myself, I know the secret of his solidity, his immovability. (5) Higher-dimensional peace makes a person immoveable.
What is there to move? Gone is the divided mind, the house that cannot stand. We’re embarked on and rooted in the Mother’s service. What better anchor could we attach to? At this time we see the spiritual strength of peace.
Remember Murray and Goethe? When once the mind is settled, Heaven moves in support of us? (6)
When there are no issues, when no hatred or anger arises, a person’s will transforms and becomes solid. It remains so as long as we choose peace. When we choose violence – or untruth – this strength and solidity quickly erodes and disappears.
I’ve often said the present moment is a portal. In the same way, the experience of true peace is also a portal.
All that as an intro to Gandhi!
For Gandhi’s considered wisdom, born of immoveable peace, see the next post.
(1) None of which will work anyways. See There Will be No Nuclear War for the World at https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/No-Nuclear-War-R4.pdf
(2) “Each of us has the opportunity, the privilege, to make a difference in creating a world that works for all of us.” (Werner Erhard, A World That Works, 1980, cited at https://www.worldthatworks.org/.)
“Transformation does not negate what has gone before it; rather, it fulfills it. Creating the context of a world that works for everyone is not just another step forward in human history; it is the context out of which our history will begin to make sense.” (Werner Erhard – A Shot Heard Round the World: A World that Works for Everyone at https://www.scribd.com/doc/143329822/Werner-Erhard-A-Shot-Heard-Round-the-World-A-World-that-Works-for-Everyone.)
I owe a huge debt of gratitude to Werner Erhard. Of all the teachers I listened to, I benefitted the most from his wisdom, despite the attempts by his detractors/competitors to spread false rumors about him.
(3) See What is NESARA? at https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/03/What-is-NESARA-R2.pdf
(4) Steve Beckow: Were you Mohandas Gandhi?
St. Francis: Yes, I was.
SB: Oh, my! I’m so overwhelmed to hear that. I feel so affected. Thank you.
SF: You know that you are ferreting out my secrets, do you not? But yes, I am glad to share it with you. (“St. Francis Reveals at Least One of His Later Lives: As Mohandas Gandhi,” at http://the2012scenario.com/2012/09/st-francis-reveals-at-least-one-of-his-later-lives-as-mohandas-gandhi/)
Note: Some have asked about the spelling of St. Germaine as reflected here. Linda has shared that St. Germaine requested that the “e” be added to the end of his name to honor the divine feminine. (Suzi Maresca in “Transcript: St. Germaine on Heavenly Blessings – the Violet Flame and the I AM Presence,” Dec. 2, 2012, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2012/12/02/transcript-st-germaine-on-heavenly-blessings-the-violet-flame-and-the-i-am-presence/).
(6) “Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too.
“All sorts of things occur to help one that would not otherwise have occurred. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favour all manner of unforeseen incidents and meetings and material assistance which no man would have dreamed would come his way.
“I have learned a deep respect for one of Goethe’s couplets:
“’Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it!
Boldness has genius, magic, and power in it.’”
(W.H. Murray, The Scottish Himalayan Expedition, and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.)