How—or rather, why—dear Ones, do we separate ourselves from our divinity, and each of us from Oneness?
How do we create the mental/psychological rift that allows us to judge another, regardless of his / her situation and level of evolution?
These questions, as well as some others pertaining to how we build community, have been on my mind lately as I witnessed ‘separation in action’ in our environment.
Community, which may well be the opposite of separation, starts with getting to know one another, beyond the superficial platitudes of everyday living.
This is how the rift disappears, so to speak, as we discover how human the person is, how ‘just-like-us’ he or she breathes, moves and struggles in the world.
The excerpt from this week’s Arcturian Group message offers some examples of separation; yet these ‘separation traps’ abound in the world and it is up to us to exercise self-reflection, wisdom, and possibly compassion, when we encounter them.
That being said, how do we offer compassion to a system which indeed creates separation?
I am talking about a ‘big machine’ system here, one of those we would consider obsolete by tomorrow’s standards because it doesn’t put humanity at its center; serving, at times, the interests of special stakeholders; at other times, existing for the sake of efficiency.
What do you think, dear Ones?
And how do we transmute these energies of an old age, personally and collectively?
The three-dimensional belief system based in duality and separation has created gods, saints, and royalty. It has taught for eons and still teaches that some individuals, as well as a nebulous male god in the sky, are better than you and must be looked up to and even worshipped. In reality, these designations simply represent facets of separation, the belief that those who have attained some “man ordained” qualification, either by birth or experience, are more valuable, wise, loveable and “holy” than everyone else.
A “saint” is nothing more than a person who has fulfilled certain three-dimensional concepts of spirituality. Many of those declared saints were not awake to real spiritual truth. Because you are creators, a person who spends 24/7 thinking about and concentrating on the stigmata, or some concept of a God experience, will easily create it for themselves.
This is why it is important to let go of all concepts regarding what spirituality must look like in order to be authentic. Allow your personal evolutionary process to unfold, trusting that your Higher Self knows what is right for you and when, which may be totally different than someone else’s experience.
Three dimensional titles mean nothing in the larger scheme of things because even though there is individuality, all life is in and of the ONE and only life. This does not mean that you cannot give honor and respect where it is deserved, but to worship and seek to emulate some saint, famous person, or three-dimensional concept of God at the expense of one’s own divine nature is idolatry.
Most souls do not incarnate for the purpose of becoming famous or to attain that which will make them valuable, loveable, or important to others according to three dimensional standards. However, most incarnating souls forget and lose sight of their purpose when entering into the denser energies of earth.