Peace at Last

By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia

I’ve reached a new plateau and I don’t know how to describe it.

It’s peace. That much is certain. But how did I get here and will it last?

The originating event was sitting at my desk looking out over this now snow-blanketted landscape.

I felt such peace. I saw that I had no memories of violence associated with this area, nothing but the very best of memories.

More specifically, the memories go all the way back to the beginning. I’m able to tap into a not-often-consulted bank of peaceful and happy memories going back to a time before the nastiness began, when innocence reigned and happiness existed.

You can bet I drove a solid golden spike into the ground right at that place and, for a second go-round, (1) pushed the intervening time of family upheaval into outer space.

And it worked.

I anticipate asking Michael about this in my next reading and hearing him say, as he did the last time, that they saw that I meant business and therefore aided my efforts.


I now understand what Werner meant when he said “come from peace.”

Feeling peace now, and feeling a complete absence of issues related to family violence, I can “come from peace” 0ut into my interactions with others. Before there was no peace to come from. At most I’d have been faking it till I made it.

But there’s no need to fake this. Peace exists. And my experience of becoming aware of it was just as I thought: It lay underneath all the issues of the mind – the vasanas, conditioning, looks, gestures, rackets, numbers and other instances of “aberrant behavior,” as Michael called it.

Werner Erhard was surely looking behind the dimensional curtain. Everything he described correlates with the higher dimensions.


“Now keep the peace,” I hear, in my inner ear.

Yes, once the peace has been attained, for heaven’s sake, don’t do anything further to jeopardize it again.

Stillness, peace, and bliss are roommates. They go together.

If I have one, sooner rather than later I have the others.

So, yes. Keep the peace. Aye aye, Captain.


(1) For the first time, see “System Restore” at

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