2012 – some more

More and more there are many that think 2012 will be the end of days, or the end of humanity.   I am not seeing any of that at all.  While it is the end of a cycle, which has to happen sometime – and it just so happens that it’s now – it’s not the end of existence of the Earth.

Yes, there will be a few difficulties associated with the placement of the planets, the stars, the Milky Way galaxy and even …. the effect that other galaxies have on this galaxy.  But, that’s a topic for another millennium.

The difficulties will be along the lines of magnetic fields being unpredictable, and therefore causing electronic problems – satellite problems, solar problems, electronic signal problems.  Because the impact on the magnetic fields will fluctuate according to position and location, the problems will not be 100% over all areas at the same time.   We will have an opportunity to see how vulnerable we are to satellite problems, again.

The serious problems are not to do with 2012, they are to do with the years 2025 through the end of the 2030’s when there will be 7.5 billion growing to 8 billion people on the planet.  At some point, the resources will no longer be enough for the number of people on the planet.  The late 2020’s will be when the masses of people will see what is happening.  They will cry out for help from their governments which will try but have little to help them with.  I see the 2030’s being a seriously difficult time.

How far away is 2025?  From today, it’s as far away as 1995 is.  Who remembers 1990?  That’s as far away as 2030 is – when today’s children begin to have children.

What will help?  Doing today what we think will help the generation of tomorrow.  This can mean hundreds if not thousands and millions of things, in addition to putting forth prayers and meditations for the future generations.

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Visitors from other Realms

What can  you tell me about the visitors from other realms – planets, dimensions, planes?

They are here also to learn and evolve.  They are on their own evolutionary paths, and visiting here observing us is part of their learning and evolutionary path.  They have things they can learn while here.

While many have higher understandings of technology, they don’t necessarily all have a greater understanding of the nature of the heart as the seat of God and Love.  They don’t necessarily all have an understanding of patience, forgiveness, love, kindness.  They’re very much like humans in this respect, aren’t they?

They also want to grow and learn.  In the same way that different human cultures have different things to learn from and teach each other, different cultures/species from other planes have something to learn and teach one another, also.

They have different paradigms than ours.  They have different backgrounds, beliefs, understandings, knowledge, and considerations.  While some may think that one group has greater consciousness than the other, this isn’t necessarily true.  All groups have members at all different levels of consciousness in the process of learning and evolving at these different levels.

So, for us and “them”, we have much to learn and teach.  They have much to learn and teach.  As it says in the movie, “Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves” – ‘Allah loves variety’.  And for me, this includes the variety of species and cultures in the universe and what we each have to share with each other – both teaching and learning.

Commercial or Spiritual?

There’s some criticism that occurs around this time of year. Some think that the season has gotten commercial, commercial, and more commercial. A person can definitely perceive it as such. And many want to, thinking that criticizing the purchasing will heighten the spiritual message.

This never works, though, does it. Regardless of the disgruntled, the season of giving continues. Still, it is the Spirit of Worship that leads some to feel commercialism isn’t what the season is about. And in a sense, selling things isn’t what the season is about.

But, the Spirit of Giving is what the season is about. The giving of gifts started not with the three wise men, but with The Father. Our Father, who art in heaven, who has given us the gift of His Son, Christ. And three wise men followed suit.  (Following God’s example is why they may have been thought wise.)

Then the legend tells us that the giving of gifts secretly started with one man hundreds of years ago, when he gave helpful gifts to the needy, during the silence of the night. And the Spirit of Giving became alive again. With the Spirit alive again, it made that silent night, also a holy night, for the Spirit of Giving – the Spirit of Christ came forth again.

But, it is the Spirit of Giving that is inside us when we are at the stores, even if in only a small spark. We all want to participate in the giving of something that is appreciated and needed. We want to give something to those we think most of and feel most close to. We take this time, whether willingly or sometimes disgruntledly, to remember those important to us by giving a gift showing to them that they are thought of fondly, respectfully, or in high esteem hopefully giving them happiness.

The spirit is catching, too. During the Christmas, or holiday season (whichever is preferred), there really is a better feeling towards others, perhaps even a greater consideration of others. Sure, business and life goes on, but within the heart of the individual the feelings come forth whether we realize it or not with the thoughts of those close to us and what would make a nice gift for them – what would make them smile.

Who doesn’t like receiving a gift, which demonstrates that someone was thinking of their well being and joy? We know in our hearts that the receiver of our gifts, bought or made, are going to have some good feelings receiving the gift. So, commercial or spiritual, the Spirit is alive and well in both – in different ways, but still in both – maybe hidden to the other point of view, but within them both anyway.

I would rather have this world with Spirit living in both of these points of view, than a world with only one point of view, or neither. Be joyful, for this time of year the Spirit of God lives inside us more, whether in great ways or small, and regardless of the symbols we use. Then we can say what the dream told me to be true… indeed, “if Santa Claus didn’t come once a year, this world would be in terrible shape.”

So, we may give in whatever way we think will bring happiness to others.  In doing so, the Spirit of Goodwill lives inside us.  And while we’re out purchasing gifts, consider also adding “under the tree” the gifts of understanding, tolerance, forgiveness, mercy, and patience with others.  We have these gifts to give from an infinite source which lives inside our hearts if we so choose, especially during the Christmas and holiday season.