by David Nova
As some readers may know, I follow the posts of our feline friends over at Schrödinger’s Öther Cat. I have the greatest respect for the work they do, however I don’t always agree 100% with every conclusion. Normally I just keep my opinions to myself. However, their latest post, Building the New, er… Waitaminute, kind of irked me. I suppose it triggered me in a good way.
Here’s the main quote from the post in question:
So. At the behest of a commenter, some of us thought it might be a good idea to start planning for how the New Earth (NE) would look and work… but on second thought…
…fully 80% of CATs thought this unnecessary… and quickly convinced the other 20%. Here’s why.
The general consensus is that we need to trust SOURCE: on all things NE, and… well, for everything else. SOURCE and ONE (Spirit and Guides) know what we need, what’s going to make us content (note we didn’t say “happy,” that’s up to you), and what makes up our greatest good. Everything is unfolding perfectly, so… we’re gonna just stay tuned and be as flexible as possible, doing what we’ve done all along. And trust in SOURCE.
While I absolutely agree with the sentiment: “Trust in SOURCE,” I was still irked by our feline friends basically teasing us with some juicy info on New Earth only to quickly pull the rug out and say, sorry, we’ve changed our minds. I’m sure a few other readers had a similar response. And while changing one’s mind is certainly very cat-like behavior, I find their sudden absence of natural curiosity to be very un-cat-like. But how do you argue with “Trust in SOURCE?”
Well, I’m about to do just that (not really) so hold on.
I humbly and amicable have to disagree with the feline friends on this issue. It’s certainly their prerogative to do what they think is best, and write or not write, share or not share whatever information they choose. However, their decision not to explore this topic has helped to solidify my resolve to do so instead. This is something that I have already been thinking about doing for some time, yet I was hesitant until now. I’ll explain the source of my hesitation in a little bit, as well as the motivation that changed my mind.
First, let me just randomly add that I’m a cat-person. I grew up with cats. I love cats. We have two adorable furry boys at home. I know them very well.
Let me give you an example.
If you were to close a door in your house, say close off a bedroom, your dog might think: “the human doesn’t want me to go in that room. That’s fine. I trust the human. There’s a reason why the human doesn’t want me to go in that room. I’ll just follow the human to another room.”
However, your cat is probably going to think: “Why did the human close that door? Why doesn’t the human want me to go in that room? What does the human have in that room? I really want to go in that room now. It’s my feline prerogative to be in that room. Open the door, human!”
If you have cats, you understand this all too well. I’m making an allegorical point here. So this un-feline decision from our feline friends mystifies me. I would perhaps understand if this were a matter of divine secrecy and human security being at risk, but I don’t believe that to be the case.
Let me give you a different example.
I was raised in a Christian family, in a very Christian environment. As a kid, I always had a lot of inconvenient questions about Christianity. One of my biggest concerns about Christians was their apparent lack of curiosity about Heaven/Afterlife (or basically anything about the Universe for that matter). They certainly talked about Heaven a lot, talked a lot about being saved, about going to Heaven with Jesus, and yet there were very few details provided about what Heaven actually is. Certainly there were silly images of harps, halos, and clouds, but Christians painted an image of Jesus on a throne next to his Father. So as a child, I had to assume that all we did in Heaven is what we did in church – sit on pews, sing really old songs, and worship God. Pretty dull. These Christians had absolutely no curiosity about Heaven/Afterlife. They didn’t ask any questions. They didn’t use their imagination or try to speculate, nor look elsewhere for answers. They just accepted their own ignorance of the topic, believing that they should simply “Trust in God.” God knows best. I think you get the point.
That answer didn’t sit well with me then, and it doesn’t sit well with me now. It was the combination of my natural curiosity and the need to answer some of my own questions about the Universe that propelled my own spiritual awakening, to explore other belief systems outside of Christianity, to explore New Age beliefs. I never stopped asking questions, and I probably never will. The universe is chock full of questions and mysteries, and they are endless.
So I get that we should probably put our minds at peace and simply Trust God, Trust SOURCE. But I also get that our natural curiosity is integral to our work as an evolving human and spiritual being (and for being a typical cat.)
If you are preparing to relocate, to move to a brand new country to live, would it not help you to know a little bit about what to expect there? How you might live? How else would you know how to prepare? (I mean emotionally and spiritually.) Half of any preparation is trying to figure out what you should prepare for. The other half is winging it.
The Christians have a sayings: “God helps those who help themselves.”
The Muslims have a saying: “Trust God but tether your camel.”
I think you get the point.
I believe human beings can fall into different distortions when it comes to Trust. We can trust in some Divine Authority completely, as most world religions would have us do, never question, never ask, never color outside of the lines. Or we can trust only in ourselves, in our flawed and illusory Earthly ego. Or… we can trust in our Highest Self, the Self that is also an aspect of SOURCE, the Self that is one with SOURCE, as a divine co-creator with SOURCE, who is here in this Universe for a reason… to express, to explore, to wonder, to dream, to love, to create, to play, to exist.
Don’t get me wrong. Trust in God, Trust in SOURCE, Trust in the Universe is a VERY important part of our spiritual makeup. Only in a state of complete Trust can we remake ourselves in pure unconditional love. Trust is one of the hardest lessons to learn in this world, and probably the most valuable. So I understand why the feline friends advice us to “Trust in SOURCE.”
Yet what is often lacking, what often holds us back, is complete Trust and Faith in Oneself, that we are beings of unlimited power and creativity, particularly clothed in our human wardrobe. It is perhaps the reason why I’ve hesitated in sharing some of my own insights. Who am I to write and share these things? Who will believe me? I don’t have a huge following. What business do I have to share them?
Are these not silly concerns? From whom am I awaiting permission or approval? I’m usually not such a spiritual wallflower, but the question of sharing certain insights still feeds my self-doubt. And self-doubt is a road-block to spiritual self-mastery and self-expression. So I banish self-doubt.
More and more, I feel that our choice is either to continue to aim our mental focus upon this splintering 3D world or to begin to shift our mental focus to the emerging 4D world. But what does that really mean?
Some of us will be faced with a choice to either return to 3D as a higher density light worker or to continue on to 4D. I’ve decided that I’m basically done with 3D. There’s nothing more I need to accomplish here, as I alluded to in a previous post.
I’ve become quite tired and bored of this 3D Carnival with it’s tacky, childish illusions. Like many of you, I feel antsy, anxious, more than ready for the next phase. The only way that I know how to do that is by exploring it, understanding it, and preparing for it, offering my service. That begins with exploring, expressing, and sharing some of my spiritual insights. Readers are free to dismiss them completely if they choose. I don’t mind.
I will not be describing elaborate details about what 4D looks like, where you’ll live, what you’ll eat, what you’ll do, or any other meaningless guesswork, which would be pure fantasy anyway. I don’t have a magic looking glass. The Ra Material attempted to describe what 4D is, but our human language likely lacks the concepts to accurately describe it.
Instead, I will focus on some of the prominent psychological and spiritual attributes that makes a 4D existence very different from a 3D existence. So stay tuned.
My attitude now is basically, what the heck, who cares what anyone thinks, just do it. Be a cat.
Next Post: New Earth Insight #1: 4D is Telepathic
About the Author
David Nova is the author of the metaphysical fiction series “Season of the Serpent.” He is a truth-seeker, a Wanderer, a blogger, and was the moderator of Deus Nexus: Messages For An Entangled Universe.
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