(Concluded from Part 2, yesterday.)
Let’s look further at the notion that it may be useful to have our political coalitions and groups reflect the Divine Mother’s pattern.
One group might focus on creating the new; a second on preserving what’s honorable and valuable in the existing; and a third on taking what exists, or starting from it, and transforming or extending it, to see what’s next, to go where no one has gone before, to push our limit.
These would be natural lines of delineation, reflecting live and active interests, where our political coalitions today have failed to.
The three groups don’t exhaust the political spectrum. For example, my own political nest is in the center, the heart, so I’d be a centrist.
Nonetheless, these three divisions have a natural feel. We’ll probably have times when we feel affinity with each of the three.
If our desire is to create, then we may wish to congregate with like-minded people in a Creative Coalition. shall we call it. I can see artists, writers, musicians, spiritual teachers, inventors, venture capitalists, builders, transporters, and similar people drawn to this fold and finding common political ground. Liberals of all kinds might feel most comfortable here.
If our desire is to preserve, then let’s gather with the folks in the Preservative Coalition. (change the name if you like). I can see technical/IT, archival, museum, journalistic, educational, business, and similar people feeling affinity with this political group and voicing and meeting their needs. Conservatives of all kinds might feel most comfortable here.
If their desire is to push the frontier, explore, expand or transform, then welcome to the Transformative Coalition. Going where no one has gone before. I can see pilots, astronauts, explorers, geologists, divers, adrenalin-sports enthusasists, monks and nuns, and many others feeling the greatest pull to this gathering.
These three orientations are not competing for the same voters. They’re three parts of the same whole. They serve as resources to each other, rather than as groups to win over or plunder.
I’m aware of the point the Australian “‘No’ to the Voice” Movement are making, that our legislators and their councils can be corrupted. We’ve seen plenty of that, right down to municipal councils.
I’m banking on the Ring of Fire or planetary heart opening having happened by the time we’re contemplating these changes. Once the planet has been baptized in higher-dimensional love, I’ll have little fear of corruption.
Soon our survival needs will all be seen to by G/NESARA, replicators, med beds, or our own creative thought. (1) We won’t be competing with each other, but supporting each other.
In recognizing these three basic differences in temperament, we’d be aligning with the Divine Mother’s pattern. As a global community. I think that might be enough to create political representations that work and give our planet the boost it needs to return to a peaceful community.
This is just one example of redesigning our political structures and philosophies in ways that align with the flow of life.
Once again: The Mother’s Plan is spiritual evolution from God to God. For what purpose? So that God can meet God in a moment of our enlightenment. (2) And her pattern to accomplish this? Creation, preservation, and transformation. (3)
I encourage us to align our future political constructions (and all our constructions) with these features of life in mind.
- What’s Next? Vol. 5: G/NESARA at https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Whats-Next-5-1.pdf
- What’s Next? Vol. 6: The Reval and Building Nova Earth at https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/09/Whats-Next-6-2-.pdf
(2) See The Purpose of Life is Enlightenment at https://goldenageofgaia.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Purpose-of-Life-is-Enlightenment-3.pdf
(3) “The Divine Mother’s Plan and Pattern,”