Credit: Kathleen Mary Willis
By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
As we spend a week in peace meditations and love transmissions, let me share my vision for a world that works.
The vision I have is that a world that loves is a world that works.
Moreover, a world that loves is a world at peace. The divine quality of love and the divine state of peace go together.
What we as lightworkers need to do, in my humble opinion, is to lead the way, confidently, in the direction of that kind of a world. Hopefully the rest of humanity will follow.
We’re a hundred monkeys and we’re making a significant change in our world.
And we may need to lead, even though not all lightworkers will have experienced the kind of love that’s really being talked about here, but left undefined and unspecified.
Recently the Divine Mother called it “sacred love.”
Divine Mother: Why (laughing) can we not call it ‘Mother Love’?
Let us call it Sacred Love. …
Your sense of limitation, and each of you in your unique divinity, in your expression of us, have your own parameters based on many lifetimes and this lifetime, of what you think of or feel as love, and it has been restricted and hemmed in.
Now, you have yearned to know love and this yearning has expressed in many simply as yearning, but many of you – most of you and this is part of your ascension – are breaking through that barrier as well, and coming to what you, dear Steve, have called ‘Bliss’ – what many call awakening, expansion – it matters not. But into that knowing and that experience of such unlimited, unconditional, unrestricted bliss, exuberance, joy – all of this is love. (1)
Bliss, joy, all of it are just forms of love.
Everything I’m saying here is based on you understanding that, when I say a world that loves, I mean a world that knows and experiences what the Mother meant by “sacred love.”
How to picture it? Imagine the room suddenly and instantly filled with something that swallows you whole in a flash and leaves you on fire with love for the world.
That’s what the experience of sacred love – what I used to call “transformative love” – is like. I can’t call it explosive because the whole transformation occurs in an instant whereas an explosion happens over time.
One second I’d sense love over here or bliss over there and the next second I became them. Or perhaps it’s more accurate to say they filled me up, swallowed me up.
I set out to become what Ramakrishna called bait for some great Fish and a great Fish swallowed me whole. Us two becoming one caused a transformation in me.
Moreover, this very strong love would keep any untoward feelings at bay. Rather than being overpowered by negative emotions, transformative love would transform them.
For both these reasons, I called it “transformative” love. But sacred love is a much better term.
I’m not in sacred love any more, but I can’t forget its impact.
Sacred love is experienced as arising in a person. Where does it arise from? What’s its source? Its source is the heart.
Columbus discovered America. Einstein discovered relativity. And I (thanks to the celestials) discovered my own heart.
Remember Krishna saying: Fools pass blindly by the place of my dwelling, there in the heart? (2)
We walk by the house of God continuously. The heart is the real ark of the covenant, which houses the soul, “the light always burning on the altar.” The heart is the source of a torrent of love, an endless artesian well.
“The treasure buried in a field” has many spiritual meanings. It’s a metaphor that suggests relationships.
In the version of it I’m using, the heart, with its endless flow of love, is the treasure box and the endless flow of love is itself the treasure, buried in the field of the body. (3)
Most of us look outside for love – and we then complain that we’re not getting enough from our partner or we worry that we’ve lost our partner’s love. On and on we go seeking love outside, keeping our own personal ledger of losses and gains. Our partner becomes our security plan for a life filled with love. Lose them and we lose love.
We spend our time asking: “He (she) loves me. He loves me not.” All of this goes on while an endless fountain of love exists in our very own hearts – the last place we look for it.
Eckhart Tolle tells a story about a man sitting on a box at a crossroads, begging. When asked what was in the box, the man looked and discovered that it was filled with gold. (4) The box is the heart. The gold is love, bliss, joy, peace – the qualities of the Divine.
Buried deep within us is the answer to all our problems.
I went through most of my life never knowing what love was, no matter how many people did or didn’t love me. After I experienced sacred love from March 13, 2015 until it was subsumed in bliss on Sept. 27, 2015, I was completely blown over. I had no idea what it was, how all-consuming it was. I had no idea about anything. I laughed and cried in turns.
Then love and bliss receded again and I’m now back in everyday consciousness. Another state I can visit but cannot reside in.
But there’s no cause for worry. The experience of ascension – and with it, sacred love – is guaranteed to all lightworkers and everyone else who can adjust to and stand the more refined vibrations of Fifth-Dimensional consciousness.
After ascending, we’ll live in an environment permanently soaked in sacred love. Saul and Jesus through John Smallman have been describing it for years. Mike Quinsey referred to it the other day:
“If souls just knew or comprehended how great their potential was, they would apply themselves to finding out the way to evolve which is simply expressed as Universal Love [sacred love, transformative love]. It sounds hard when you have not reached that level….”
“Heaven is a place of Harmony and Love where all is in a state of complete Love. It may be out of your reach at present but is the end of a journey you have just commenced. Some souls have touched such energies and tell of the ecstasy they have experienced. (2) Joy and Happiness come through holding the energy of Love and as you give it out you are helping all others by lifting them up.” (5)
I could not have said it better. I totally agree with Mike.
What ascension is all about, in my view, is an enhanced experience of love and an expanded existence within its enfolding arms. And the folks behind ascension mean it to be inclusive, not exclusive. All are welcome.
Sometimes I want to shriek out: “That endless supply of love you’re looking for? It’s in your heart.”
But none of that would have very much effect, I fear.
So I channel all that energy into building a new world, knowing full well that with just the passage of time everyone will come to know this best of all possible worlds – who knows in what dimension it resides? Who cares? Just keep the love coming.
Run into the lake. Fall into the lake. Get pushed into the lake. Immerse yourself in the lake of sacred love. Allow it to fill you completely and flow through you like a torrent.
(1) “Transcript ~ The Divine Mother: New Year’s Message 2017,” December 29, 2016, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2016/12/31/new-years-message-2017/.
(2) “There in the ignorant heart … I dwell.” (Sri Krishna in Swami Prabhavananda and Christopher Isherwood, trans., Bhagavad-Gita. The Song of God. New York and Scarborough: New American Library, 1972; c1944, 87.)
“Fools pass blindly by the place of my dwelling
Here in the human form, and of my majesty
They know nothing at all,
Who am the Lord, their soul.” (Ibid., 81.)
(3) There are many roads to God. The experience of love in the heart is one of them. Another would be the sight of a Light brighter than a thousand suns. In that version of enlightenment, the soul/Christ/Atman is seen, rather than love or bliss being experienced. Others may see a form of God or clouds of consciousness.
(4) A beggar had been sitting by the side of a road for over thirty years. One day a stranger walked by. “Spare some change?” mumbled the beggar, mechanically holding out his old baseball cap.
“I have nothing to give you,” said the stranger. Then he asked: “What’s that you are sitting on?”
“Nothing,” replied the beggar. “Just an old box. I have been sitting on it for as long as I can remember.”
“Ever looked inside?” asked the stranger.
“No,” said the beggar. “What’s the point? There’s nothing in there.”
“Have a look inside,” insisted the stranger.
The beggar managed to pry open the lid. With astonishment, disbelief, and elation, he saw that the box was filled with gold. (Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now. Downloaded from http://www.inner-growth.info/power_of_now_tolle/eckhart_tolle_chapter1.htm)
(5) “Mike Quinsey’s Message from My Higher Self,” April 21, 2017, at http://www.treeofthegoldenlight.com/Mike%20Quinsey/Mike_Quinsey_home_page.htm