Written by Steve Beckow, the Golden Age of Gaia,http://goldenageofgaia.com/2014/01/the-everyday-saints-among-us/
As we rise in vibration, I’m encountering people whose words and behaviour I can only characterize as “saintly.” I’d like to spend a moment looking at what that means – for me.
We’re the Ascension ground crew. And we’re also the crew that’s not only assisting with Ascension but assisting with a ground-breaking Ascension.
This time around we’re ascending with the physical body, which has never been done before.
What that means is that what we do here may have an inordinately disproportionate impact on other worlds. Some of that may be correcting the mistakes we make. Some may be taking further what we initiated but didn’t fully develop. But a lot of it may be following the path that we lay out.
I personally don’t consider myself behaving anywhere near saintly. I’m still a jukebox, with all my records (or vasanas) playing. But some wayshowers have freed themselves from their vasanas and are behaving naturally – not in a contrived way – in a saintly manner.
I’ve had brief experiences of saintliness. Anyone who’s attended a ten-day Vipassana workshop will know what I mean when I say that there’s a twenty-minute period at the end of the workshop when we come out of silence and began to talk to one another and, for that short period, it feels like two saints conversing with each other.
Then the mind kicks in and it fades. But that short period is enough to inspire us and show us how we’d like to be.
But there are some people who naturally act that way. Knowing their reincarnational backgrounds helps because these people have often led saintly lives in other lifetimes. That’s why some of them are here.
What is it they demonstrate or manifest? I could say they live the divine qualities and end the matter right there. But I’d rather give a fuller picture. So let me do that.
They’re resilient. They’re naturally joyful. They have patience and don’t judge others.
They’re aware of and own their missions. They’re pro-active in their work. They don’t wait to be told to take up a technique that the Company of Heaven offers (as St. Germaine did yesterday with the torch or has on so many occasions with the violet flame). (1) They begin practicing a technique the moment it’s discussed. And they continue on, faithfully practising these techniques.
They’re open to love, adventurous, fun to be around. They’re self-effacing.
These everyday saints fit in; they listen well; and they contribute what moves the whole group forward. They’re high-energy, high-vibrational. And none of this is an act or mask.
When they walk into a room and begin to speak, their tone is high but stable. Others seem to turn around and want to be part of the conversation.
They’re able to put their agendas aside effortlessly when occasion demands it. They aim for higher and higher standards of conduct.
They take care of their bodies, realizing they are the vehicles of their Ascension.
I once had a secretary who was this way. We say that cream always rises to the top, but this person had no desire to be the top of anything. She was committed to serving in a very humble manner. She may never “rise to the top,” so to speak, not like she cares, but she always left an indelible impression on me.
I guess what I want to say is that I admire such a person. It’s beyond my reach at the moment but I’m inspired by their example. And I want to acknowledge the contribution they make, even if their reticence, which I also admire, would probably have them deflect the compliment, if made.
I do think that that’s where we’re all headed and these people are leading the way. And I guess I want to say that their example is noticed and appreciated.