Written by Steve Beckow, The Golden Age of Gaia, http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/09/bursting-at-the-seams/
I probably shouldn’t say “this is my last word on the conference” because it’s affected me quite a bit and much of it’s below awareness and just bubbling up. So this is not “the last word” but “the latest word.”
I just spent three days with a group of people who were all engaged in the same lightwork, apprized of the same baseline of events, and equally dedicated to serving the Light.
Now if you don’t think that was some kind of portable feast – and a rare occurence – then I don’t know what would be.
You know how we often say that we can’t find people around us that we can talk to about our lightwork? So many of us live double lives – this outrageous life and then restraining ourselves and walking around as if the world is falling apart and there’s nothing we can do about it.
It reminds me of a Far Side cartoon I once saw where the cow was saying to the lamb: “No, Einstein’s theory was one of special relativity. He didn’t claim to be accounting for, say, some phenomena which are now being explained by string theory.” Then they both spot the farmer coming and together chime in: “Mooooooooooo.” “Baaaaaaaaaa.”
Well, last weekend we openly discussed string theory. And Ascension and a new life.
I’ve written a lot about listening and shared how, if a person is listened to long and deeply enough, they solve the problem they may have been experiencing, themselves. Goodbye, problem-solving therapy. Goodbye working yourself to the bone for your dollar!
We so, so seldom get an opportunity to get all of what’s there for us out on the table.
Well, similarly, when we gather as a group of lightworkers like this, it’s as if we all have a chance to get it all out on the table (whether we speak a word or not – paradox).
And that has an integrating and inspiring effect. It’s as if we all expressed ourselves completely on this common, global, interdimensional enterprise we’re all engaged in.
Even if someone else expressed one point and we did another.
It was like the effect of the ancestors assembling and retelling the history of the tribe.
I cannot think of a more affirming experience that I’ve had in a long time.
Sedona before it. But these events are few and far between.
A gathering like this validates what one is up to and gives one the courage to go the next mile and to go it exuberantly.
I cannot say what the effects of the Fall Equinox may or may not have been because I lived in a connected, affirming community for a time and that in itself accelerated my personal process. What may have occurred on the Equinox is invisible to me.
I’m bursting at the seams, which is nicely timed because the Reval could be here any day.