Written by Steve Beckow, the Golden Age of Gaia,http://goldenageofgaia.com/2014/01/drowning-in-the-sea-of-love/
St. Germaine spoke yesterday of “the tsunami of love, the trickle that becomes the wave, that becomes the warm bath that you can all relax in.” (1)
One feature of that trickle is that it’s resulted in a lot of people experiencing fatigue. Two days ago, many people that I spoke to were feeling either fatigue or exhaustion.
I was surprised on one conference call to see how universal this feeling of fatigue was. That cannot be a coincidence. It must be that we’re all feeling the first effects of this blanketing of the planet with love.
Another feature of it that we may need to take into account is that it’s evidently not going to be a steady wave, but will come and go, with interludes between. Archangel Michael said of it: “The initial tsunami will be brief. We will say, hmm, about a 24-hour period in your reality. Then there will be another wave, and then — and you will adjust — another wave.” (2)
We haven’t experienced the initial tsunami but we’re experiencing the first trickles. And some are also experiencing the interlude effect in which nothing seems to be happening. And it’s moved them to question whether anything is happening at all. When we believe we’re becalmed, we may need to remember that this planetary event will come in waves, allowing us time in between to assimilate, integrate and rest.
The Divine Mother said that:
“We bathe you, we infuse you, we lift you up so that this discernment is so powerful it is like the tsunami of love. And you are carried gently and softly on the currents to a new home, where you can rest in the … sharing of that ecstasy with each other.”
“Because you did not come to simply live in singularity. You are a unified whole, as are we.” (3)
People who’ve moved into sacred partnership may be the first to experience this “sharing of ecstacy.” I can tell you from my experience that I’ve felt such an outflowing of love in partnership that it doesn’t seem possible to hold it all in my body. I feel as if I’ll explode if I don’t send that love outwards.
For me love seems always to present itself as a flow. If I don’t express it, move it outwards, send it out into the world, I feel as if I’ll burst. As fast as I send it out, more love replaces it. It seems that love has to be shared. It feels unbearable at times not to share it.
When love really starts to flow, I feel giddy and even foolish at times, reduced to a six-year-old child, dancing like a fairy on a four-leaf clover.
If we’re fortunate enough to be around people who know what’s happening to us and accept our love, it’s a great blessing. If people are unaware of it and closed to it, that love, unshared, feels like it’ll drive us insane. And we haven’t even begun the wave of love proper. I can’t imagine what it’ll be like when it gets well underway.
St. Germaine yesterday asked us to begin the celebration of Valentine’s Day, still a month away, early. It is like Valentine’s day. He talked about being a romantic, but this wave of love is not simply romantic; it’s transformative.
Love is transformative. Love is the essence of God, the essence of life. It’s the substance from which all is built, the glue that holds it all together, and the solvent that transforms it. And this wave of love will transform us. I have no doubt of it.
It showed me in November that separativeness cannot exist in the face of love. It showed me in January that worries and anxieties cannot remain in the face of it. And Archangel Michael has said that it’s a vital part of our Olympic sprint towards Ascension “so, grab your torch and run.” (4)
Aisha North, in her excellent article Thursday, said:
“As you have perhaps already noticed, this continuous ebb and flow of energies has laid bare so much land within you all that has hitherto been left barren, but now, the time to till, sow and plow this land has come, and the crops from all of this arable land will soon come to fruition. …
“But just like a fledgling bird, perched on the edge of the nest that seems to sit on a dizzying height, the temptation to hold on a little bit more before it takes that plunge into the unknown and untried is a powerful one, so you will all instinctively try to hold yourself back just a little bit more.
“And that is why we are here, to give you that little push in the back, and be that voice in your ear saying JUMP!” (5)
As I sit here in my room, in the early morning hours, away from everyone and yet still feeling this transformative, ecstatic love, I say, after Sanat Kumara, “Shoo!” to worries and concerns and “Jump!” to my ready but timid mind. Jump into the unknown sea of love and drown yourself in ecstacy.
(1) St. Germaine on An Hour with an Angel, Jan. 16, 2014, athttp://www.blogtalkradio.com/inlight_radio
(2) “Archangel Michael: Swept Away in a Tsunami of Love — Part 2/2, channeled by Linda Dillon, January 9, 2014 at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2014/01/archangel-michael-swept-away-in-....
(3) “The Divine Mother: Be Prepared to Move into Measured, Concerted, and Modest Action,” channeled by Linda Dillon, December 6, 2013 at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/12/the-divine-mother-be-prepared-to...
(4) “Archangel Michael,” ibid.
(5) The Manuscript of Survival – Part 387, channeled by Aisha North, January 16, 2014 athttp://aishanorth.wordpress.com.