This excerpt is from Ashtara, the 6th “Voice” of the 12 “members” of the New Earth Council and part of the series of Messages and questions and answers, that are being transcribed and will become a book. This message was given September 20th, 2020. For excerpts from the first 5 Voices, see below for the previous blog posts or visit the Archives.
All of you are here because you are ready, because you have been preparing for a long time, and what you are preparing for, very simply put, is forgiveness. It is your greatest challenge to be in that space of non-judgment where you recognize the woundedness (as was written at the beginning of this session) that it is woundedness that determines for many people their emotional responses and how they have treated you or treat another. And when you come to that place of non-judgement and compassion, you recognize that it is the woundedness speaking and it does not affect you any longer. You come to that place where you can forgive, whether it be all the harm that was done to you, or that is done in the greater society to others, or to those who cannot speak for themselves, whatever. You recognize that there is a need for forgiveness that can reach back towards the ancestors, for the ancestral patterns that are still running rife in the world. And for your own forgiveness, for your own so-called mistakes, of your own so-called failures, knowing that there is no such thing any longer; that there is no good or bad or right or wrong. That which you call “good” is that which you feel you like, “Oh that was a good movie.” “What made it good?” “Oh, I liked it.” There is no real criterion for what is good or not good, except that which is harmful to life, or not harmful to life. And we do not relate to that from that stance of good and bad, right or wrong, because immediately implies that somebody has to cringe in guilt or shame because they have done something that needs punishment, or that they are somehow at fault and cannot ever be forgiven.
The whole concept of sin, of “Original Sin” is a great, great, great illusion. There is no sin, there is only the heart, there is only the Truth of Union and there’s only Love, and where it is absent it needs to be found, it needs to be conjured up through the Magic and Miracle of ease and grace and your faith and your trust and your connection to us, to your guidance, to your inner wisdom and to the inner truth that you espouse, and that you feel through your intuition. So, we are giving you a little pep talk. We are wanting to encourage you to recognize that it is possible to live with ease and grace and forgiveness no matter what the apparent cause, the apparent situation or what is the apparent illusion that is being touted as Truth.
It is very important for you to think for yourself, to examine, to explore, to Google, shmoogle the answers of the questions you have in your heart and see what alternatives there are to the standard mass media answers to those questions. It is vital for you to think from outside of that box and it is important for you to educate your children, to value love and connection, and forgiveness, and to recognize how important the use of words is, how important is their belief system. “Does it stand? Does it make sense in the creation of a cooperative world of love and harmony and peace and a world in which everybody has enough and has a roof over their head, and has a loving family or a loving community that cares for them. These are the foundations for the New Earth and you are here to help to establish them, from your heart.
So, we want to remind you of the importance of forgiveness. It is, in many ways the key. We talked about the Ego as the enemy in this little reading that we did in the beginning. Do not disparage any aspect of yourself, your physicality, your ego system, your personality system, your consciousness, your unconsciousness, or your subconsciousness. The mind, the heart, the body, the Spirit, the Soul, all are one unit, masculine/feminine. It is a convenience only that you separate them in order for your mind to be able to talk and analyze and share about them. But the more you begin to see everything from a perspective of wholeness, the more you begin to release the judgments, you begin to recognize the Truth that Love is the unconditional acceptance of the reality of another.