The Ultimate Catalyst

by Christopher Lovejoy on September 18, 2016

As I made clear in my recent post, The End of Our World, a time is coming on earth when people will (naturally) be equipped to love others unconditionally, but to love universally, without condition and without expectation? What could this possibly mean for us today?

Before I respond to these questions, I am guided to broach the notion of catalyst, as it is used in the Law of One material, to set a context of discovery to ponder and practice universal love (I recommend reading Book 2, Session 33, starting with question 33.6, to get an overview of catalyst in third density).

When I speak of catalyst, I am not referring to any substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical change. I am simply referring to any subject or object that precipitates (spurs, sparks, stimulates) an event that compels someone to react or respond.

Here, I use the terms subject and object in the most inclusive ways possible to include all living beings everywhere (subjects) and all appearances in consciousness (perceived as objects), including all things, all places, all situations, and all circumstances that can serve to precipitate events in consciousness.

Here, also, I offer a clue to coming into productive, constructive, creative relationship with catalyst: serves. A catalyst, as I am using it here, serves to precipitate an event, as in “some one or some thing serves to goad me (or guide me) into saying or doing some thing that is contrary to my will.”

My response to any goad, to any catalyst, that is most in keeping with giving and receiving love, unconditionally and universally, revolves around a life-changing notion known as polarization.

Here is a snapshot of what I mean by polarization:

STO: to be in service to other, to be of aid or use to other

the mandate of serving the other is “integrate and release”
positively polarizing (or polarized): what can I do for you?


STS: to be in service to self, to be of aid or use to self

the mandate of serving the self is “separate and control”
negatively polarizing (or polarized): what can I do you for?

Here, “positively” and “negatively” are not meant to convey good or bad choice, right or wrong action, but to show that the energy of service can move, at any moment, in two opposing directions.

I hope you realize that it is most useful to view either side of this equation in view of the other and, for the sake of extending, expanding, and expressing love with compassionate wisdom, I also hope you realize the folly of branding either of these sides as positive or negative.

The choice of polarization (orientation) is the ultimate choice that anyone anywhere in Creation can make in third density, serving as it does to orient the subject of this choice to move in one direction or another, moving either towards the radiation of love or the absorption of love.

Radiating love towards the other, through a personal mandate of “integrate and release”, at least 51% of the time, polarizes in one direction; absorbing love into the self, through a personal mandate of “separate and control”, at least 95% of the time, polarizes in yet another.

From the Law of One, Book 1, Session 17:

Questioner: […] In the book Oahspe, it states that if an entity goes over fifty-one percent service to others and is less than fifty percent service to self, then that entity is harvestable (able to graduate to 4th density positive, the density of love in service to others). Is this correct?

Ra: I am Ra. This is correct if the harvesting is to be for the positive 4th dimensional level.

Questioner: What is to be the entity’s percentage if he is to be harvested for the negative? (4D-, the density of love in service to self)

Ra: I am Ra. The entity who wishes to pursue the path of service to self must attain a grade of five, that is five percent service to others, ninety-five percent service to self. It must approach totality. The negative path is quite difficult to attain harvestability upon and requires great dedication.

Questioner: Why is the negative path so much more difficult to attain  harvestability upon than the positive?

Ra: I am Ra. This is due to a distortion of the Law of One which indicates that the gateway to intelligent infinity be a gateway at the end of a straight and narrow path as you may call it. To attain fifty-one percent dedication to the welfare of other selves is as difficult as attaining a grade of five percent dedication to other selves. The, shall we say, sinkhole of indifference is between those two (the questioner did not shed any light on this apparent contradiction: it is much more difficult to attain harvestability on a service-to-self path than a service-to-other path, but it is equally difficult to attain the requisite dedication for each path towards harvestability).

Note: the significance of these questions was brought to light in my post The End of Our World

What Ra is saying in answer to this last question is extraordinary: the evolution of our souls through the octave of densities, from third to seventh, must follow a straight and narrow path if souls are ever to pass through the gateway of intelligent infinity in seventh density.

Our portion of this straight and narrow path in third density is defined as that portion where we must choose one of two paths (if we are to be harvested): at least 51% dedication to the welfare of others or a grade of no more than 5% dedication to the welfare of other selves.

For an extreme example of the first, imagine a nurse dedicated to serving her patients like an angel; for an extreme example of the second, imagine a scholarly bodybuilder serving himself like a master of his realm with all the latest data on preserving health and extending life.

For the angelic nurse, a catalyst could be the request of a difficult or demanding patient in the midst of following a busy schedule, and for the studious bodybuilder, a catalyst could be the challenge of making a difficult or demanding lift in the midst of competition with a lot at stake.

For the nurse, integrating the request with her other duties serves to release her from the request; for the bodybuilder, remaining separate from others for as long as it takes to make the time and space to build up his strength and endurance serves to exert control over the outcome.

For the nurse, the question, “what can I do for you?”, puts the self into service to the other.

For the bodybuilder, the question, “what can I do you for?”, puts the other in service to self.

Knowing what you know now about this nurse and bodybuilder, do you feel more inclined to extend unconditional warmth towards the nurse or the bodybuilder? Careful, because this is a trick question; unless you are willing to love them both equally, your love remains conditional.

It is easy to extend love to the nurse for her dedicated service to those in need, just as it is easy to admire the bodybuilder for maintaining the discipline to attain a peak physical and mental condition.

Now, here is where things get more than a little complicated with respect to polarization.

Not everyone has polarized in one direction or another, and even if polarized, not everyone is balanced enough to maintain the polarity of their choice. Many have begun polarizing radiatively in service to others and many have begun polarizing absorptively for the sake of themselves only (and not even know it). Some have even depolarized because of a catalyst that proved to be too much.

Consider: are you …


polarizing, STO?
polarizing, STS?

polarized, STO?
polarized, STS?


Why is polarity so important?

Question 33.8 from Book 2, Session 33 sheds some more light on this question …

Questioner: […] the orientation (polarization) in mind of the entity is the only thing that is of any consequence at all. The physical catalyst that he experiences, regardless of what is happening about him, will be a function strictly of his orientation in mind […] Is this correct?

Ra: I am Ra. […] It is completely true to the best of our knowledge that the orientation or polarization of the mind/body/spirit complex is cause of the perceptions generated by each entity (emphasis mine). Thus a scene may be observed in your grocery store. The entity ahead of self may be without sufficient funds. One entity may then take this opportunity to steal (attempting but failing* to polarize towards service to self). Another may take this opportunity to feel itself a failure (depolarizing or depolarized). Another may unconcernedly remove the least necessary items, pay for what it can, and go about its business (no polarity evident). The one behind the self, observing, may feel compassion (polarizing or polarized towards service to other), may feel an insult because of standing next to a poverty-stricken person (polarizing towards service to self), may feel generosity (polarizing or polarized towards service to other), may feel indifference (no polarity, unpolarized).

*Nota bene: violating the free will of another is a form of cheating that retards polarization

More fundamental than “perception is reality” is “polarization determines perception.”

The appearance of any event in the experience of an individual can serve as a catalyst for the learning and growth of this individual, but the way or ways in which this catalyst is perceived by an individual is determined by the status of this individual with respect to polarization.

Watch a baby when someone takes away the candy. The polarity that characterizes the soul of this baby is clearly evident when … the baby cries in distress (depolarized), when the baby smiles and coos peacefully (polarizing or polarized in service to other), when the baby doesn’t respond at all (unpolarized), or when the baby reacts angrily or aggressively (polarizing or polarized in service to self).

Now watch yourself when someone takes away your “candy”, when someone take away your time, your money, your energy, your clarity, your vitality, or your peace of mind, for example.

In your experience, how do you respond much if not most of the time? And how do you react some if not much of the time? Or do you not respond or react at all (or very little)? In third density, the Density of Choice, you remain free to choose a polarity – and free to maintain your polarity of choice.

Universal love applies to everyone, regardless of polarization.

The angelic nurse does not discriminate based on whether one patient is unpolarized (indifferent to, or unconcerned about, the service) and another is depolarized (cynical about the service) and another is polarizing toward absorbing love for self (treating the nurse as a servant, at least some of the time).

Who is to say the angelic nurse is not affecting the unpolarized to begin caring for others, is not affecting the depolarized to be more forgiving of others, is not causing those who are polarizing towards love of self to switch polarity (or at least depolarize towards switching polarity)?

This question goes to the heart of universal love in its power to effect change, but who among us are truly equipped to love others universally, without condition, more often than not? And what steps can be taken to extend such love to ourselves and others, more often than not?

I will address the latter question first, because when we get a glimpse of what it takes to love others (without the imposition of condition), we will then begin to realize what is required of us when we set the intention to become a vibrational match for extending this kind of love. In rising to the challenge of sustaining loving kindness with everyone you meet, keep in mind that this may seem sacrificial to your sense of personal value. Rest assured, I will share an antidote to this seeming sacrifice.

In what follows, I outline seven ways in which love can be extended without condition, drawing on principles developed in 7 Ways to a Higher, Happier Life with the One you Love, by Guy Finley.

This is my own interpretation of these acts of love (in 4D):


3D: interrupt while listening

presume to know better than everyone else;
insert yourself assertively into every moment

4D: listen without interrupting


3D: accuse and abuse when speaking

reinforce the part of you that craves control
through separation, domination, and exclusion

4D: speak without accusing and abusing


3D: punish, even after forgiving

bypass the pain within; blame it on others;
punish, and, if necessary, defend yourself

4D: forgive without punishing


3D: pretend when you attend

feign interest when you listen to others;
remain intent on sharing something better

4D: share without pretense


3D: complain without gratitude

indulge that part of you that never stops comparing, that
never stops judging and complaining about every little thing

4D: appreciate without complaint


3D: shilly-shally without trust

doubt the good that sees the moment;
stay in the dark about what is revealed

4D: trust without hesitation


3D: resist while forgetting

resist those moments when you feel helpless
so as to forget the cost of expanding your view,
which is to give your awareness over to that
which seeks to expand your awareness of you

4D: recall without resisting

note: 3D and 4D are references to third and fourth density consciousness,
which can be understood and appreciated through the Law of One material

I invite you to use these 3D suggestions to set paradoxical intentions to expand awareness.

As we can see, there are more than a few ways to extend love to others without condition: listen without interrupting; speak without accusing and abusing; forgive (without further punishment); share without pretense; appreciate without complaint; and trust without hesitation.

The last of these ways – “recall without resisting” – is a culmination of sorts of the aforementioned ways, prompting you to recall your innate truth, love, and power to expand your awareness of what is presented in your experience so as to embrace those relatively rare moments of resistance to helplessness.

In light of these preliminaries, here is what I recommend:

In your encounters with others, listen to them, be attentive to them, especially if you sense that they have something of value to share with you; be gentle as a dove, but be wise as a serpent when you feel deep down that the time has come to say to yourself, firmly yet kindly, “no more” to the interaction, and then excuse yourself without apology. If, in your interactions, you feel goaded, and you feel the rise of anger, observe this, allow this, make space for this, asking: do I use this anger as a means to “separate and control” or to “integrate and release”?

When you forgive, do not forget, but remember to give yourself the gift of peace by not persisting in punishing the other (for other perceived wrongs) for that which was already forgiven. If you have something to share with someone, share it, but be prepared to speak your truth when the other shares something with you for which you have no interest. By all means, note the bothersome exception to an otherwise perfect moment, but do not be so stubborn as to rob yourself (and another) of your enjoyment of what is otherwise perfectly acceptable or appropriate.

Do you trust the good that sees the moment or do you doubt it? Are you calm and centered enough within yourself to meet those moments of helplessness without resistance so that you can grow in your awareness of what calls out to you to be accepted, embraced, and balanced?

I never said that loving the other without condition or expectation was easy.

Ra offers a 6D perspective on what it means to serve the other in 3D at 4D:

Questioner: If an entity wants to be of service to others rather than service to self while he is in this third density, are there “best ways” of being of service to others, or is any way just as good as any other way?

Ra: I am Ra. The best way to be of service to others has been explicitly covered in previous material (see book 1, session 15, questions 15.6 and 15.7). We will iterate briefly.

The best way of service to others is the constant attempt to seek to share the love of the Creator as it is known to the inner self. This involves self  knowledge and the ability to open the self to the other-self without hesitation. This involves, shall we say, radiating that which is the essence or  the heart of the mind/body/spirit complex.

Speaking to the intention of your question, the best way for each seeker in third density to be of service to others is unique to that mind/body/spirit complex. This means that the mind/body/spirit complex must then seek within itself the intelligence of its own discernment as to the way it may best serve other-selves. This will be different for each. There is no best.  There is no generalization. Nothing is known.

Law of One, Book 1, Session 17

Loving another without condition in 3D is impossible with a 3D perspective; when we rise to the challenge of loving another in 3D with a 4D perspective, it does get a little easier, but you would do well to recall that the next challenge is always, already around the next corner.

a new, fresh definition of sacrifice:

the act of giving up something valued
for the sake of something else that is
regarded as more important or worthy

How important is your peace of mind?

In the light of these practical ways of loving another unconditionally, we would do well to ask ourselves: are we equipped (physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually) to love others in these ways?

Certainly, we have the way, but do we have the will?

Daring to move consciously, practically, and spiritually from the love of power in 3D to the power of love in 4D, in the light of truth that makes room for both, is best approached, in my view, by understanding and appreciating the evolution and transformation of love in 3D:


The youngest souls among us (and there are many) are only beginning to learn about the ways of love – please do not expect them to know much, if anything, about the consummation of love in 4D (or even devotional love); they are much more focused on the attractions of love.

Bless these lovely young souls, and be in awe of their relative innocence, but know also that they are being drawn, daily, to the shiny surfaces of things, to the lure of more and better and faster, to the everpresent truth and beauty within that calls out for confirmation from without.

What better way for these relatively new and fresh souls to be, know, see, and feel themselves more wholly and more fully than through their love of attraction (and attractive people, places, and things), even at the risk of being burned alive by that which bruises and betrays?

Eventually, they will tire of these constant pursuits, but they must be given the space and the freedom to find their own fatigue, to realize there is something more appealing than attraction, as and when they begin to discover the blessings (and burdens) of love in devotional form.


The younger souls among us (and there are many) are only beginning to learn about the ways of love in devotional form – please do not expect them to know much, if anything, about the consummation of love in 4D, as they are much more focused (even obsessed) with love in 3D.

Bless these lovely adolescent souls, and be in awe of their relative caring, but know also that they are being drawn, daily, over and over again, back to the source of their devotional love, back to the object of their concentrated love, which sustains them through good times and bad.

What better way for these relatively seasoned souls to be, know, see, and feel themselves more wholly and more fully, than through their love of devotion (and to the people, places, and things that remind them of this devotion), even at the risk of being consumed by their exhaustion?

Eventually, they do collapse, but they must be given the space and the freedom to find their own depletion, to realize that there is more to life than devotion to that one object that feels real, and true, and good, when they begin to realize what it means to be in love as love itself.


The seasoned souls among us are learning the ways of love as consummation. If you have read this far, you have likely reached this stage in the evolution of your soul. We are learning (or recalling, as the case may be) to love as love itself for the sake of all, not just a select few.

We seek a consummating love of and for the entire soul, so that we might radiate this love to others, while being mindful of the dark side that would have us embody love at the expense of ourselves, or in moments of frustration or desperation, at the expense of those we love.

The people, places, and things that we bear to love truly and deeply and purely produces the ironic effect of making our hearts and our steps lighter than they were before, bringing a lightness of being that does not embitter us, that does not cause misery to ourselves or others.

At this stage of the game, love is not a trade; it requires an investment of the self to bring love to each and every moment, regardless of circumstance, and regardless of convenience, and the greater the inconvenience to us, the greater the sacrifice that is required of us.

We are the way showers to those who have been scarred by the many attractions this world has to offer, to those who are losing interest in such attractions, to those getting burned out by devoted love, and to those beginning to realize what it means to be in love as love itself.

Please understand and appreciate that mastery at this level of love cannot be wholly and fully realized in 3D, in third density (which is not, I repeat not, the density of understanding); such love as this can only ever be practiced in 3D with intent to master, over and over again.

Rumi said it best:

your task is not to seek love, but merely to seek and find
the barriers within yourself that you have built up against it

~ Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi

As I said …

Daring to move consciously, practically, and spiritually from the love of power in 3D to the power of love in 4D, in the light of truth that makes room for both, is best approached, in my view, by understanding and appreciating the evolution and transformation of love in 3D.

In consummation, attraction and devotion still have their desires but also their dangers:

love the attraction (but beware the seduction)
love with devotion (but beware the obsession)
love to completion (but beware the compulsion)

Again, how important is your peace of mind?

In light of the practical ways and spiritual stages of growing ever more informed and inspired to love without the imposition of condition, we would do well to ask ourselves, yet again: are we equipped (physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually) to love others in these ways?

Many “light beings in high places” are keen to serve “the shift between third and fourth”, and so, anything anyone here in 3D can do to serve those who are keen to serve will be appreciated. Not many among us will understand, or even care to understand, what I just said here, but if you are one of them, then you are well placed to appreciate, and put into practice, what I am about to share …

Are we equipped (physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually) to love others universally?

Are we handling the basics of physicality – quality food, quality rest, quality sleep? Are we eating light? Are we balanced with respect to acting and resting? Are we waking up feeling refreshed?

Are we handling the basics of mentality – attending to what really matters while juggling shifting priorities? Are we following our polestars? Are we bringing into balance what arises in experience?

Are we handling the basics of emotionality – buoyancy of mood, serenity of outlook? Are we watching our shifts in mood, making adjustments where necessary? Are we positive in our outlook?

Are we handling the basics of spirituality – knowing when to be poor in spirit and when to soar in spirit? Are we attentive to the natural rhythms that affect energy, clarity, buoyancy, serenity, vitality?

The 3D game is complex, but it need not be complicated, if it is your intention (quoting Ra) “to open the self to the other-self without hesitation”, radiating love of the One from the essence of  your heart.

Your ability to exert influence, using the turkey triggers of reciprocity, consistency, social proof, liking, authority, and scarcity, as well as your ability to sidestep those who would use these triggers in underhanded ways, are central to playing this game with the requisite skill.

Your charisma – in your presence, your power, your warmth – is absolutely central to playing this game mindfully, skillfully, artfully. If you do nothing else to be wholly and fully equipped in loving others with poise, without the imposition of condition or expectation, this is it.

For practitioners of the Law of One: in presence, the red ray is handled; in power, the orange ray is handled; in warmth, the yellow ray is handled; with charisma, the green ray can be handled with poise, with uncommon grace and ease, in presence, power, and warmth.

Aside: the skills for cultivating charismatic behavior are beyond the scope of this post. I would, however, recommend the following source for learning more about this under-rated subject: The Charisma Myth, by Olivia Fox Cabane. Hints: you need not be outgoing; you need not be attractive; you need not be someone you’re not; and you need not be a leader (or a follower); almost anyone can cultivate charisma with a balanced focus on presence (so that others can feel good about themselves), power (so that others can feel good about you through your body language), and warmth (so that others can feel good about your capacity to care). With charisma, you make it easy for people to say “I like you, I trust you, and I see that you can take the lead.” State of mind is key; it is wise to learn how to process and release discomfort.

This last point is worth developing at some length.

Why is it wise to process and release discomfort?

The short answer is this: because we live and serve in third density, the Density of Choice – do I serve the other (more than 51% of the time) or do I serve the self (more than 95% of the time)? The less comfortable answer is this: because we learn and grow through the use of catalyst.

As you may recall from the start of this post, a catalyst goads us into saying or doing that which goes against our will to say or do, but if used efficiently, a catalyst can serve to get us to learn, to explore, to learn, to adapt, to grow, to evolve, to grow, to ascend from 3D to 4D.

The efficient use of catalyst does not, indeed can not, bypass feelings of discomfort. By the same token, we need not consciously invite feelings of discomfort, unless we’ve reached a level in our development where doing so is advantageous to our learning and growth.

In discomfort, we put ourselves out there by putting our personal charisma on the line, to make efficient use of catalyst to learn what we must learn to adapt, to grow as we must grow to evolve, so as to evolve and, eventually, to ascend to the next quantum of the octave (4D).

Catalyst is a fascinating subject in its own right when viewed in the light of catalyst intersecting with charisma – all the more fascinating when you realize that catalyst has been categorized:

Questioner: … [What] I would like for you to do is list all the major mechanisms designed to provide catalytic experience that do not include interaction with other-self.

Ra: I am Ra. We grasp from this question that you realize that the primary mechanism for catalytic experience in third density is other-self (the primary way we get to learn and grow, realize and actualize, in 3D is through interaction with others) The list of other catalytic influences: firstly, the Creator’s universe; secondly, the self (Note well the order in which these three categories of catalyst are presented: (1) other selves (other beings, including people, pets, animals in a zoo, pesky insects, animals in the wild, spirit guides, guardian angels, archangels, ETs, EDs, and UDs); (2) the Creator’s universe in which we live and learn; and (3) the self not yet made manifest through experience).

Questioner: Can you list any sub-headings under the self that would – or ways that the self is acted on catalytically to produce experience?

Ra: I am Ra. Firstly, the self unmanifested (e.g., latent talents, inner wounds). Secondly, the self in relation to the societal self created by self and other-self (which includes social conditioning that enables us to act on automatic pilot in ways that are perceived as socially acceptable to the society in which we live, but that eventually disempowers us with its constraints through consensus by way of contract and consent in view of certain conditions and considerations). Thirdly, the interaction between self and the gadgets, toys, and amusements of the self – other-self invention (do we use them or do they use us, and to what extent do we get lost in their use?). Fourthly, the self relationship with those attributes which you may call war and rumors of war (this is what I call “relating in and to the realm of heroes and zeroes”).

Questioner: I was thinking possibly the catalyst of physical pain. How does this … Does this go under this heading?

Ra: I am Ra. This is correct, it going under the heading of the unmanifested self; that is, the self which does not need other-self in order to manifest or act (a clue here to the nature of catalyst serving a twofold function: (1) manifesting the soul; and (2) goading the spirit to act)

Questioner: Do we have enough time left to ask the second part of this question which is to list all major mechanisms designed to provide the catalyst that include action with other-self? Do we have enough time for that?

Ra: I am Ra. You have much time for this, for we may express this list in one of two ways.

We could speak infinitely (the number of ways in which the catalyst of other-self can goad us into manifesting and acting in our best interests is infinite), or we could simply state that any interaction betwixt self and other-self has whatever potential for catalyst that there exists in the potential difference between self and other-self, this moderated and undergirded by the constant fact of the Creator as self and as other-self (emphasis mine); this last point is quite interesting; I will now attempt to clarify)

Reference: Law of One, Book 2, session 33

For more on the nature of catalyst: Catalyst

I emphasize this last point for its instructive value:

… any interaction betwixt self and other-self
has whatever potential for catalyst that there exists
in the potential difference between self and other-self,
this moderated and undergirded by the constant fact
of the Creator as self and as other-self …

This part of the answer invites some interpretation.

Whereas moderated means “made less intense, less extreme, less rigorous, less violent,” undergirded means “supported firmly, securely, and reliably from below”; to wit: we will never be given, by virtue of the fact that “I am you” and “you are me”, more than we can handle.

Which is not to say we won’t feel, at times, that we’ve been given more than we can handle.

Whether the catalyst be …

  • other selves (involving countless examples from which to craft many principles of right conduct)
  • the Creator’s universe (not our version of this universe, but the universe in the Omniverse from which we are free to draw and create our own version of this universe)
  • the self not yet made manifest by experience (pleasure and pain alert us to the hits and misses)
  • the self in relation to the societal self created by self and other self (beware the con in conditioning)
  • the self in relation to other-self invention (and the tendency of toys, gadgets, and amusements to consume us, but also to engage us, serving to develop us and fulfill us)
  • the self in relation to war and rumors of war (operating in what I call “the realm of heroes and zeroes”)

… we are constantly being acted upon from all directions, constantly being goaded (and guided) to manifest ourselves, to realize ourselves (soulfully) and to actualize ourselves (spiritually) as a spark of infinite potential provided by the one infinite Creator of this universe.

Catalyst serves us in having us polarize in third density, the Density of Choice (STO or STS), on a straight and narrow path towards fourth density (the Density of Love and Compassion) on our way towards (eventually) entering the gateway of intelligent infinity in seventh density and returning to Source.

In light of this understanding of catalyst, and in view of what I’ve shared in this post, the ultimate catalyst becomes evident. The ultimate catalyst is a vast potential that beckons from within and without end – the potential in quality and ability yet to be made manifest, to be realized and fulfilled in soul and spirit, respectively encompassing and involving the use of all catalyst as efficiently as possible, serving to remind us that our potential learning and growing in 3D is infinite. Conceivably, you could remain forever in 3D, from octave to octave, never making the choice to ascend, moving from planet to planet, incarnating over and over and over again, depending on how much you enjoy the challenge of finding your way through this dense quantum of the octave known as 3D, but the option of ascension to 4D is ever present to the soul who grows weary of meeting 3D challenges.

We are free to claim full use of free will by (a) using up any catalyst that was programmed by our Higher Selves before we incarnated (“enjoy your suffering while you can to the fullest extent possible by extracting as much value as you can from it”); (b) reaching a point where we can begin programming our own catalysts for our own evolutionary learning and growth; and (c) finding our peace in ultimate fulfillment when at last we know and see and feel that we no longer need any more catalysts in this lifetime to realize any more of our potential in this lifetime.

Tapping into the ultimate catalyst with uncommon grace and ease is our touchstone for approaching a realization of ultimate fulfillment, but also for arriving at a deeper appreciation of what it means to love without the imposition of condition and expectation, and maybe, just maybe, these two – realization and appreciation – can be approached and assessed together in harmony with unity.

In my next post, I will explore, examine, and elaborate on this ultimate statement.

This post has been filed under Integration in the Ultimate Outline.

Note: my evolving outline on approaching a realization of the ultimate in personal fulfillment can be found here, accessible from the nav menu under the page “Be Here Now”.

Note: this ever growing perspective began here: Ultimate Perspective

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