The Innate Pleasure of Transformation
"If you really get who you are, you get that your particular transformation is literally, not metaphorically, in direct line with all previous transformations from the moment of the Big Bang.
Imagine the first nanoseconds of the Big Bang, then all the way through from the first integration/differentiation, when the first elementary particles come together and create subatomic particles. The subatomic particles differentiate. The original matter differentiates as a subatomic particle. Each one of these is a complete transformation. It’s a momentous leap. Then one leap builds on the one before it.
If you read the mystery traditions carefully and you read the modern mystery tradition of science carefully, you actually realize that what reality is, is not, abracadabra, it’s there. It’s actually a series of transformations.
All constituent elements of reality, exterior and interior, actually live in you, all previous stages of evolution live in you. We’re literally stardust. We’re literally elementary particles. Literally when we breathe in, we breathe in every breath that’s ever been in reality until probably about two years ago and then we catch up. It’s all in us. All of interior consciousness lives in us.
So when I transform, my transformation is in direct line with the whole process and my transformation evolves the whole process. It moves the entire thing forward. The whole thing moves forward. My transformation transforms the whole thing.
You’ve got to expand into an open, free consciousness, an open, free space so you can actually begin to imagine my evolution is the evolution of God, literally. My transformation is the transformation of God. God says, “I can’t transform without you.” “I love you so much,” says the infinite quality of Kosmos, “that I can’t do it without you. So I’m waiting for you. Let’s hold hands. Let’s transform together.” That’s what it means to be madly in love.
There’s an arc of intention in Kosmos. You were born because Kosmos intended you to be born in a particular place, in a particular time, to a particular set of parents, with a particular social context, and there’s great mystery.
Let’s hold our attention on the beauty and gorgeousness that lives in the world and on the pain and suffering and hold them together, because there’s no contradiction. we have to step out of the polarization and actually realize that which unites us is so much greater than that which divides us. my success is: Within the context of my life and my lineage and my life story, have I transformed? We are not in competition.
We have a shared story. Let’s take the next step, evolve love, evolve culture, evolve consciousness, and let’s not take it from a place where we say, “We’re going to transform the whole thing. It’s a mess. That destroys society. It took us literally the entire evolutionary spiral to get to the momentous breakthrough of due process, for instance, that every human being, regardless of the color of their skin, based on the content of their character and available evidence, is judged by careful information gathering and evidence in a fair system.
Now, are the systems fair for everyone? No, they are not. We have to demand its justice and it’s fairness. we’re excited to heal suffering, evolve consciousness, have every human being live their unique story. We know that the world hangs in the balance, so we’re passionate about this, so let’s be passionate together."
This blogpost is a direct quotation from Dr. Marc Gafni from our weekly Live Global Communion Service on Sunday at 10 am PT.
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