I’ve been thinking about the end-of-the-world vs. the birth of a new-world subject. Apparently, we all have this week. How could we not? And how could I not? I asked to understand what’s happening and have been inundated with information from many sources, some of which I’ve shared here. Much of it could be summed up this way: With some percentage of us living from loving hearts and actions, the world and we will shift in that direction and perhaps all of us will be led into the new consciousness by those who chose the path of Higher Love. Some of it is advice for those who want to lead: Be still, go within; listen to God/Universe/Higher Self, and always, no matter what, practice kindness.
I haven’t kept any of the ‘wrath of God/Armageddon’ materials. I always run away from the wrathful, fearsome God. I’m not drawn there, and if the only God is the God of payback, I’m sixty and I guess I’ll find out soon enough. We are responsible for our thoughts and actions–I guess it comes down to HOW responsible are we?
We have been shook up some. Even if we haven’t lost loved ones, our jobs, homes or possessions due to insanity, the economy, or disastrous Mother Nature events, we’re not blind. We can see the pain on the faces of people we know or those in the news. I was wondering recently: Will Mother Nature shake so hard, almost all of us are gone? (And what does it mean to be ‘gone’ from earth?) Will we suffer through three days of darkness? Will our homes and businesses be ransacked, our stored food and water, stolen? I suppose all of these things could happen, but what if all those possibilities aren’t the point? What if each of us is supposed to be shook up enough that we awaken one day and say, “Oh, my God! I have totally misunderstood why I’m here, why we’re all here. I see! I see!”
I like to think that a group awakening is the truth—that things don’t have to escalate to the point of total destruction. I ask myself, ‘Why do I feel that way? I know there’s an afterlife, because I left my body once and was called back for my children. We’re all going to die sooner or later, so why do I care if everything is totally destroyed now?’ And the answer came: Because total destruction means we humans have failed miserably at understanding who we are and why we are born on earth. We are born to be Higher Love and to be loved, to share our lives with each other and to lend a hand to those who need it. We’ve become so attached to our own piles of gold, from mini-piles to maxi-piles, that we believe we can’t share—that there is simply not enough. There is enough. There is more than enough if we’re all in this together.
Try not to worry about the world ending on 12.21.12. The truth is, we humans come and we go and most of us will return to the great wheel of time to try again. Leaving our bodies is not the end. It’s simply a doorway to bodiless being, where we can review the lives we have just lived, to learn where we left ‘The Path’ and how we can do better next time around.
Look into the eyes of everyone you meet tomorrow and sense them. How are they doing? It’s not about us as individuals or families or protecting our stuff—it’s about all of us, in this world and life together. Perhaps all these troubles and fears are an invitation to a better way to live and maybe that’s the point.