“Together we plant the seeds of a new harvest. Now we ascend to the uncommon. Now we awaken our extraordinary capacity to love each other. This love has always been here, and now we awaken our courage to let it show.” – Joshua
The Seventh Major Understanding reminds us that All That Is exists in a state of perfection as it is; yet we hold an innate desire to change the reality of our society. Our desire for change brings us to a point in time when we playfully and joyfully manifest a global reality of peace, love, abundance, and understanding.
This new reality is desired by us, and this production is a worthy challenge to our collective creativity. Now is the time of a global reality based on love and trust. Now we transcend a global reality based on fear. The mass consciousness is shifting in order for a love-based reality to emerge. The transformation is happening now. Seek it and you find it. Look, here it is. Now.
The unfolding of our new way of living together is supported by our acceptance of diversity. Our fear of different cultures, governments, religions, ideologies, lifestyles and more, seeds our mistrust of one another. Rather than embracing the benefits of diversity, it is common for people to trust the people who are like us. Then, we are cautious, or even fearful, of people who are not like us. This is the “us vs. them” model of human nature. Fear, masked in many disguises, is common in the collective human psyche. Now we ascend to the uncommon. Now we awaken to the extraordinary capacity to fearlessly love each other. This love has always been here, and now we awaken our courage to let it show.
Clearly, unconditional love held in the mass consciousness would alter our global reality. Can you imagine a global society that is not afraid of diversity? How would the world change when we don’t fear differences? How amazing will life become when any person or group stops all effort to control another person or group? Do we have blind spots to the fear of others that we hold? If you or I look out upon society and call any group, “them” – listen carefully to these thoughts. Be aware of any thoughts that “they” are wrong and “we” are right.
Affirm this: I release all fear that any other person or group controls my reality. Water the seeds that say, “They are different, and we can live together peacefully.”
As you change, the world changes. That is how it is. I love you.