Life is ultimately a win-win. (1)
What does that mean?
Let me back up for a second.
The task each of us was given on our “birth” or “creation,” the mission for each of us, embedded in our spiritual DNA, so to speak, is to know ourselves. (2)
In the course of finding out who we are, we travel from God to God: Out from God into the realm of matter, mater, Mother and back to God again.
Jesus said, lo, I came from the Father out into the world and now I leave the world and go back to the Father. He just described the spiritual parabola or circuit we all follow.
And when finally we know ourselves, we realize that we ourselves are God. God is everything, including us.
In that moment of realization or enlightenment, God meets God.
God is seen. The One without a second experiences Itself. For God this is a moment of great pleasure.
For us it’s a moment of paradise. We both emerge from our reunion fully satisfied.
For God, simply watching each soul traverse the circuit from God to God is a source of pleasure as well. Apparently God enjoys Its creation through us.
Hindus call the whole affair a leela or divine play. It is maya or the play of illusion. A holographic world, devised by God for Its own enjoyment.
Both God and I want the same thing: Reunion. For both of us, it’s the agreed-upon goal.
We as lightworkers and as a world are headed for a consciousness shift or vibratory ascension to a more-refined dimensional frequency. In wanting this, both God and we want the same thing. We’re aligned.
When we lightworkers realize we’re God – or consciousness, or love, etc. – God will meet God in that moment of our enlightenment. We will join in joy.
It all works out in the final reel. Life is ultimately a win-win.
I will be on two weeks’ holiday after Christmas.
(1) I arrived at the same point after my vision of Feb. 13, 1987, expressed as “it all works out in the final reel.” See “The Purpose of Life is Enlightenment – Ch. 13 – Epilogue,” at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2011/08/13/the-purpose-of-life-is-enlightenment-ch-13-epilogue/
(2) Just as the make sperm unites with the female zygote to form a foetus, so the divine spark unites with a human form or body to create the individual. That individual has a mission: To know its true identity (as God).