August 7, 2013 by Jerry Alatalo
We are taking the risk of being misunderstood, persecuted, ridiculed and accused of having a messianic complex. A messianic complex is a psychological state in which an individual perceives him/herself as the savior of the world. We are willing to take the risks. We are willing to take any blows in the effort to create a better world.
As we are all souls with a body and not bodies with a soul, there is the realization that our true essence is our soul. Our souls are forever and eternal. There is no end to our essential being. As we are all going to make the inevitable transition, it matters not at what point that transition comes. We may live in the body for another ten years. We may live in the body another twenty or thirty years. At this time we are attempting to communicate with others in a way that results in a better world for all.
What we shall experience after transitioning to spirit is something that can wait till that time comes. For now creating a better world is our purpose. Will our efforts be successful? The omnipotent power of love most certainly guarantees that Heaven on Earth will become a reality. Omnipotent is defined as: having unlimited or universal power, authority, or force; all-powerful. Love is infinite and the most powerful force in the universe.
We have given thought here on how to go ahead with this work so that the message conveys enough power to overcome any obstacles to creating Heaven on Earth. Our words have hopefully been recognized as sincere and that the motive behind the words is totally benevolent. Please understand that we are trying to help create a better world. This is the sole purpose of this work.
We do not want to judge anyone. All of us will judge our own actions when we transition to spirit and witness our life review. One could go into all the specifics of the problems that we as humanity face and name names, pointing the finger at the guilty parties. Many of you are aware of the fact that humanity has created a world of systems and arrangements over the centuries that have been unable or unwilling to end humanity’s problems. We are in agreement that there is much work needed, physical and spiritual, to bring about Heaven on Earth.
Some believe that a change of thinking must come about where, instead of being against actions, systems and issues, people should always be concentrating on what they are for. For example instead of being anti-war perhaps one could try to be pro-peace. The thinking that is transformed in this way accentuates the positive (peace) instead of the negative (war). Instead of being anti-hate perhaps one could be pro-Love. Instead of being anti-greed perhaps one could choose pro-sharing. The emphasis is therefore changed and placed on the positive qualities of humanity.
So we will then see pro-peace rallies, pro-love conferences, etc. The idea here is that being “anti” anything somehow gives energy to that which you are against, and perpetuates the very thing you are trying so hard to end. If one instead chooses “pro” then that which you are trying to create is given your energy, and builds momentum for that which you are for. The divisions between people vanish while unity is built. This idea is somewhat subtle, but seems of some very significant value.
In this work we could have gone the route of identifying mankind’s particular, major issues of concern and laid out the specifics by naming names, dates and events. We could have gone the traditional route of those who prove their case by blowing the whistle. These cases have already been proved. Everyone on Earth with their eyes open now understands that the time has arrived to create a better world. We have concentrated on the spiritual solutions because we have concluded that there is no other way.
Mankind’s history has shown that absence of spiritual wisdom when determining the course of human events has not eliminated chronic problems, the time is now to create a world where spiritual wisdom and unconditional love are the basis of every human decision. When enough people agree that this is a wise choice, then creating a better world is guaranteed. Then the idea of unconditional love and Heaven on Earth will become the perpetually new condition for the planet and every human, animal and plant that resides on it.
This perpetually new condition on planet Earth will become a reality because humanity will have chosen to create it. There will be some who will say that this is science fiction and that the world just does not work this way. The goal you are envisioning is totally unrealistic and impossible. Is it unrealistic and impossible? Or is attempting to create a Heaven on Earth absolutely realistic and possible? Is attempting to create Heaven on Earth crazy?
Or is it the only sane option?
Think of all the magnificent accomplishments of men and women throughout human history. Think of all the times that you have experienced anticipation, joy, love and happiness. Think about all the moments when you were moved to tears of laughter or sorrow, and taken to an extremely emotional and moving place. Are not these personal events evidence of something unseen yet of a profound, great power? Are not these personal events evidence of unconditional love? There is no other term that can describe the feelings that move us during such memorable moments.
Who is to say that the creation of a world based on unconditional love is out of the realm of possibility? This would mean that evolving by the human race has an endpoint. Humanity must continue to evolve as evolution is the entire purpose of life. Now we would look broadly at how humanity has evolved until now. We would ask ourselves: “where is the next destination on the human evolutionary journey?” There seems like no other answer to that question but unconditional love and Heaven on Earth.
Imagine that every man, woman, and child on this Earth was asked the question: “Would you like to see the world be based on unconditional love?” Take a minute here and just ponder what percentage of the people would say “yes” and what percentage would say “no.”
Take just a minute to think about this…
Continued in Part 10…