When I was growing up in the 1950s, my mom, dad, sister and I would all sit on the couch and watch TV together. Most of the programs were G-rated, even though that was before ratings.
When we were watching and a commercial came on, I would ask my mom, “Is the show over?” I really wanted to see the end and feared I had missed it.
She often teased me about this because I asked that so often.
Now in my adult life I still have that feeling that I am going to miss the “heaven on earth” promised by the Golden Age of Aquarius. That passes quickly as I observe little things that are the beginnings of The New Earth, NOW.
This last Sunday I woke up to a moment of Heaven on Earth as I saw the sunrise and the full moonset. I don’t often get to see the sunrise here in the mountains, as there is often cloud cover or fog in the early morning. Seeing the Full moon set is also a rarity. We had what is called here “a bluebird day.” Spectacular clear blue sky with white barked aspens, which are leaf-less, giving a stark, beautiful backdrop to the Grand Tetons on the horizon.
I haven’t missed heaven on earth as it is here now in these serene moments that I get to receive into my awareness.
Thank you, Grandmother Earth and Mother Nature.
Sananda has taught me that we live in a holographic Universe. The great is in the small and the small in the great. Rumi has taught us that the one drop of water contains the whole ocean.
So, my dear readers, we can collect these moments and add them to the collective consciousness of heaven on earth until it is evident for all.
Don’t worry. Be happy. We didn’t miss it.
Be aware of the moments you are adding to the whole. My higher self often reminds me, “one grain of rice” — as a thought, happy feeling, compassion, joy, appreciation, being the love that you are — does add to the creation, no mater how small.
These small actions can tip the scale to goodness for all sentient beings living on earth.
So smile today– laugh, jump, dance or Love all the good that is here just for YOU.
Mother Teresa reminds us: do small things with great love.
You will reap the reward of feeling very good.
The videos today from Lorna Byrne demonstrate how we can help ourselves, and Mother Nature, by growing in LOVE.