What Else Does Expansion Bring? October 24, 2016 by Steve Beckow


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mosquitoIn my opinion, our western society, for the most part, does not believe that any one of its members short of the President of the United States can make a difference.

I stumbled over that last sentence because the cabal has shown that a sitting President can be neutralized by its dogged undermining of President Obama. (1)

If no one makes a difference, what are we all getting excited about? Let’s all go home and watch the Raiders game. Hey, I’ll get the beer.

… But we can make a difference, now more than ever.

More than ever? We lightworkers and loveholders know what’s going on behind the scenes.

We know the consciousness shift that’s happening.  We know of the ending of the Illuminati’s reign. We know of the preparations that have been made for the main events. And we know that, though they seem to be taking time, they’ll get here.

More than ever, the opportunities to make a difference are becoming available to us, as hungry as we are to get to work.

Therefore, we need to question such a self-limiting belief as no one makes a difference. Is it true?

I say it’s utterly false. I think of Gandhi, Mother Teresa, the Dalai Lama, Ammachi, Werner Erhard, Adyashanti.

If a difference is made, it always starts with a single individual – Malala Yousafzai, Mohamed Bouazizi.

Our difference-making history is replete with people who’ve stood aside from the crowd – St. Francis, Pope Francis, John Kennedy.

Isaiah, Rumi, Vivekananda – all people who stopped, reappraised the situation, and stood against the tide.

Now we’re told that a whole generation of Vivekanandas is here.  We’ve been expecting you and we welcome you. You’ve been spared Third Dimentia. Pardon us while we clean up after the chaos.

What I’m suggesting is that getting to the place where we can fulfill our lightworker missions comfortably and successfully will involve (A) opening our hearts and letting the energies in and (B) allowing a natural and innocent process of emergence to occur – or, as Michael (2) prefers to call it, expansion.

We’re emerging now. The Reval will see a huge emergence or expansion for us.

Meanwhile, we’re not blessed with a lot of opportunities to emerge while we’re waiting for the big events. It’d be nice to meet them with the job of expansion already done, rather than what Michael recently called “on-the-job training.” (3)

Most people around us haven’t a clue about what we’re discussing and won’t until after the events. Now is the time we’d have needed their help.

Emerging is best done among friends, people who know that, while we may look like the Alien for a moment, we’re actually shucking our shell and stepping out of the egg we’ve been in since infancy. We’re growing, evolving, in real time. Friends who can “be with us” during this process of birthing a new, unconstructed self are few and far between.

We’ll need listening (no advice please). We’ll need re-creation. We’ll want to know that somebody sees us and knows what we’ve taken on and what we’re going through.

As I said in another article, (4) emergence can be a gawky affair. “What just happened to you?” Oh, I got bigger. “Nice.” [Translation: This bird is whacko.]

So, at least wherever we can, allow the people around you to emerge. Allow yourself to emerge.

Dream bigger. Commit yourself. Follow your bliss. These are all activities of the soul and cause a stirring.

When you boil dehydrated vegetables on a camping trip, they come to have qualities they didn’t have when dry. But for a while they look like nothing at all.

We’re getting hydrated by the energies and we can help the process along if we allow ourselves to respond to them with a heartfelt desire to emerge, expand, grow bigger  … in love, of course. What else does expansion bring?

Footnotes

(1) Plus what I consider a flaw in the American political system, in which the President does not sit in Congress, does not command a majority there, and so can only use moral suasion (the “bully pulpit”) to get his or her legislation passed.  No one has been hurt by that flaw more than Obama.

(2) Could I dispense with the rather long “Archangel Michael”? We all know and love him. We’re all family here. I don’t think he’d mind.

(3) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Oct. 11, 2016.

(4) “The Significance of the Bridge to Now for Me” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2016/10/22/significance-bridge-now/