I was reading the statement from a candidate who is running for U.S. President in 2020, and they talked extensively about morality. About governing from a place of conscience and morality in business, in social programs, with our allies, all across the board. I liked her perspective, because I could see she was coming from a place of more enlightenment than many of the previous administrations, with a few exceptions.
Her use of the word morality was tied to more enlightened and progressive ideas, and not to religion. But still, I was having a hard time relating to the word morality. It rang hollow. Not that she was being disingenuous, because she could be just the right person to help uplift where much of humanity is at this time.
But for me, morality just didn’t register as a word that I could honestly embrace in my life. Along with other terms, such as good and bad, right and wrong.
Even the idea of light and dark feels passé to me at this point.
This particular candidate is from the spiritual community, and it’s easy to see they are advanced on a spiritual level, and understand the soul and the eternal nature of that soul. So they could be the perfect leader considering where the Nation is at.
They may very well represent the new consciousness at a level that most people are beginning to relate to. Of course it remains to be seen if in fact the citizens ARE ready for that kind of progress.
Or are they needing more time in an old, patriarchal energy? Again, time will tell.
But meanwhile, politics aside, it really had me considering how many of us are now outside the 3D world in a way we may not have imagined.
Many of us are not considering what we are doing, at any point in our day, as right or wrong, good or bad, moral or immoral. And it’s because we are at a place where our actions are a byproduct, or an expression, of a balanced being.
We don’t need to ‘regulate’ our behavior based on any arbitrary code of ethics, because as balanced beings, we naturally are not going to harm anyone else. It doesn’t mean we don’t have issues, and physical imbalances to deal with, but we are no longer using the duality system as feedback the way we had before.
And by balanced, I mean an integrated masculine and feminine, light and dark, human and divine. And when I say, we are not going to hurt anyone, that doesn’t mean our radiance isn’t going to potentially disrupt others’ energies.
I have said many times that not everyone loves our company, and they will feel the discomfort of our presence because they are not willing to look at their own self and their own inner emotions.
And becoming more conscious requires that we face and allow all of those so-called dark emotions, so that they can transmute into a higher state of consciousness. A consciousness of joy and freedom.
Not taking any of those emotions personally is key.
And it doesn’t mean we don’t find some experiences more pleasant than others. Some feel better than others. And it doesn’t mean we are not going to get angry at things or people or situations. Being here with so much awareness can be quite uncomfortable.
But we knew that coming in. That we were ahead of our time. So be it.
But it is clear that many of us have moved past so many old systems. Past religion, past the New Age, past even spirituality. All of these had their place but we are shedding all of those 3D concepts and moving more and more into a new place.
As we move out of a dualistic system that is based in polar opposites, where does that leave us? That system had anchors for us to hold onto. We were able to evaluate ourselves based on the range from good to bad, right to wrong, ethical to unethical, selfish to selfless, honorable to dishonorable.
Beautiful to ugly. Strong to weak. Sane to crazy. Conforming to misfit.
Without those organizing categories, who are we? We seem to be left in kind of a void. Without the old definitions in place, and categories, and qualifiers, what’s left?
Whats left then? The only thing that really mattered to begin with. The transformation from a human who was temporarily lost in the illusion of limitation to a divine human. To being In our natural state of consciousness.
And to walk around in that state of consciousness more deliberately. Why? Because it feels so damned good. Because it’s our birthright. Because then we have the best of both worlds. We can enjoy the sensual aspects of the 3D world but now from the perspective of our soul and not from just our human personality.
We no longer risk getting lost in the illusion, and in the drama, unless we want to play in it. Which is a very different way of experiencing it.
In many respects, it’s a great relief and joy to be out of duality with all of its drama and ancestral baggage. But it’s also immensely challenging because our human personality feels lost without some outer definitions of who we are in place.
It seems being unconscious is a prerequisite of playing the game of duality and polarity. And the less conscious, the more morality is used as a regulator. And outside the game, a moral compass is moot.
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