How Sweet Are My Days

by Christopher Lovejoy on October 15, 2019

A most unusual prophecy was given by a poet of renown not so many moons ago. He spoke of days serene and bright, of love unerring as though a light, with and through a joy in life that would rise to the status of resting and flowing with and through its own sense of security.

This transcendent vision was captured brilliantly and expressed with great eloquence by the English poet William Wordsworth in his Ode to Duty (1805): Serene will be our days and bright, And happy will our nature be, When love is an unerring light, And joy its own security.

The simple words he used to describe our days and our nature in a future sweet and bright speak to a collective vision for humanity, but the words he used to describe a place for love and joy are decidedly impersonal, and yet, highly effective for being decidedly impersonal.

When love is an unerring light, And joy its own security. In Law of One terms, this is the language of fourth density, an entirely new octave of experience where harmony within and without are par for the course: Serene will be our days and bright, And happy will our nature be.

A variety of voices, both terrestrial and extraterrestrial, have been telling us that a quantum leap in consciousness on Earth awaits us in a future not so distant at the end of a minor, major, and master cycle, one where a solar flash signals the end of this world as we know it.

Paul Lowe in his audio recording, One World, describes a new way of being in community, as does Howard Storm in his video recording, The Future of the World. Both speak to an unusual social harmony for humanity in keeping with a unity that is cosmic in nature and origin.

Such a true world order is best captured by what I call simplicity personified …

simplicity
personified

who: us
what: life
where: here
when: now
how: love
why: joy

The implications of embracing this profound simplicity during this transition between third and fourth density and before the actual event are quite staggering in their nature and scope, so much so that entire volumes of discourse could profitably be written and spoken on them.

In what follows, I will shed some light on just a few of these implications.

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From the point of view of our Sun, in the midst of its brilliance, the affairs of Earth would appear very different than if this point of view were found on Earth in the midst of light and shadow. These contrasting cosmic points of view assume significance for the following reasons.

The solar perspective is timeless, from the point of view of timespace with its one dimension of space and three dimensions of time. After a solar flash, any major pole shift on Earth would merely appear to devastate the planet, along with many if not of most of its inhabitants.

Merely appear to devastate? Why do I say this? How can I say this?

As the earth follows the Sun to the next level of light in fourth density, any light body on Earth having the capacity to radiate this new light, with its higher density to convey more information, will transform, and thereby, fearing no evil, will walk in the valley of the shadow of death.

After the solar flash occurs, it won’t matter that any metals in the third density body will fry said body; it won’t matter that electrical discharges from the Sun will take out the power grids; and it won’t matter that massive earthquakes and tsunamis will devastate the planet’s surface.

As the light of third density (with its many artifacts) recedes into potentiality (invisibility), the light of fourth density consciousness will arise to take its place on this planet in a future not so distant. All will be well for those who are able to convey this denser light at a higher level.

Who are these people and what are they presently doing to be so able?

This is the question for our times. This is so simply because, and here I quote a channelled, enlightened source, “everything that is happening and will happen is not really of any importance. It will shortly be gone. We speak of a lasting creation, an unchanging but infinite creation.”

In light of this solar realization, what is truly important at this time?

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The enlightened sources are the voices of a confederation who speak their wisdom from higher densities of light. Those on Earth privy to receive and/or transmit them are so privy because their native frequencies match, more of less, those who speak the truth of creation.

The enlightened sources are en-lightened because the light in which they inhabit affords them a truer, wiser, higher perspective that conveys spiritual wisdom for those of us who are evolving and ascending in the midst of an ongoing transition between third and fourth density.

This global transition from one density of light (third) to the next denser level of light (fourth) has a paradoxical flavor: a denser light means that more can be seen, heard, felt, and done; a less dense light means that less can seen, heard, felt, and done (in a sense, more dense).

When the enlightened sources speak of “a lasting creation, an unchanging but infinite creation,” they’re speaking of an original creation quite literally made of light (the pixelated substance of holographic form, real and virtual) informed by “love” ever ready to be tapped and tuned.

I put quote marks around “love” because they don’t mean love as we normally think of it.

From a solar perspective in timespace, the original creation is lasting, yet unchanging; it’s already happening everywhere and everywhen, but because it’s infinite in nature and scope, the creation affords opportunities for its parts to freely tap, tune, and taste its many offerings.

The TV or radio offers a rough analogy: depending on the frequency with which you choose to watch or listen, what you see or hear depends on the frequency with which you tune. If you vibrate at the frequency of peace, you will draw encounters and experiences with peace; if you vibrate at the frequency of grief, you will draw encounters and experiences relevant to grief. In favor of being present to peace, you’ll be drawn to resolving conflict; in favor of being present to solace, you’ll be drawn to consoling grief.

These same paradoxical principles of “like attracts like” and “opposites attract” also apply to the catalytic pressures of provocation, temptation, and obligation: that is, to fear, doubt, wrath, and envy; to greed, lust, sloth, and gluttony; to pride, pretense, prejudice, and presumption.

Are you more inclined to navigate the pressures of provocation, temptation, or obligation? Who, if anyone, do you keep holding, drawing, or bringing into your life in spite of yourself? What, if anything, do you keep holding, drawing, or bringing into your life in spite of yourself?

If you can wrap your mind around this drawing action as “loving” action, you’re golden. Your original mind ~ always, already in tune with the original intent of the creation to encounter and experience freely and fully ~ exercises its freedom to draw whatever it pleases to encounter and experience. What it might not know, care to know, or care enough to know, is that not everything it draws is beneficial.

Not everything that a collective of original minds draws to itself is beneficial, in which case, what is drawn is more or less illusory in relation to the original creation. The enlightened sources often speak of the illusion (in contrast to the creation) for this reason: to the extent to which a collective of original minds finds itself lost in its own collective illusion is the extent to which it hinders its own ascension.


“We [the enlightened sources] are aware of all of the problems which confront you, for we are in contact with you at all times. It is not an easy place to exist, your world. But pay it no attention, for it is not a lasting world. Everything that is happening and will happen is not really of any importance. It will shortly be gone. We speak of a lasting creation, an unchanging but infinite creation.”

To these enlightened sources, the truth of creation is extremely simple.

The creation is a unity, a totality, made of light, impressed by love, expressed through love, in the sense in which I spoke of love above (see above). The original love and the original light is the original creation, with which, by which, and from which an illusion can be generated with and through and from desire, so as to learn and grow; to explore, expand, and express; to evolve and ascend.

Not all desires, however, are equally beneficial in light of the original creation.

And herein lies the challenge of living in the illusion in relation to the creation: do I, do you, do we, care enough to match the frequencies of the original intent for this creation or not? If no, then I, you, or we, do not (indeed, cannot) evolve and ascend to the next level of light, where more can be seen and heard and felt and done. If yes, then I, you, or we, fearing no evil, can walk through the valley of death.

How masterful do we wish to become at sculpting light with love? That is to say, how responsive and response-able do we wish to become at receiving ever higher densities of light in the name of love? In other words, just how far do we wish to evolve and ascend through the light?

How programmed and conditioned are we to swallow the collective illusion?

How free of programming and conditioning are we to embrace the creation?


From an enlightened source: “It is very, very important, my friends, that you seek an understanding of love. Do not be satisfied with your first interpretation of this concept, for it is much, much broader in scope than you might imagine. It covers everything that there is.”

For many of our decades, these enlightened sources have gone out of their way to instruct humanity from afar in the use of love, so as to, in their words, “rapidly gain understanding of the concepts that are of utmost importance in your present progression” (i.e., the transition).

Implicit in the will to draw, to draw forth, to bring forth, is love, a love of, a love for, a love to, and to do so with faith, in faith, through faith. Interestingly, paradoxically, the very best way to do this is simply to relax, to allow the mind (steeped as it is in illusion) to come to rest.

Making a daily habit of doing so, by way of communion, meditation, or contemplation, in macro doses or micro doses, makes it impossible to keep the original love at bay ~ the kind of love that remains true, fine, and pure, one that is forever and always exuding presence, promise, and power. With this love, one cannot help but be aware of the truth of creation and its meaning (in contrast to the illusion).

This simple daily habit is the basis for serving (the other) and giving (to the other) in the ways of love. You’ll know you’re on point and you’ll know you’re on track when the serving and the giving are drawing and bringing a return on love (your ROL in contrast to your ROI).

To the extent to which you can receive and absorb and retain this love is the extent to which you can evolve and ascend to a higher, denser level of light in the name of love. What this means in practical terms is that the serving and giving not be done to impress such serving and giving when neither are desired nor solicited, but to be responsive and response-able to need as the opportunity arises.

Simply make a daily habit of relaxing the mind to remain properly attuned and aligned.

The third way in the use of love is a little more controversial, as it involves giving what you have to those in need. Here, I don’t say “giving all that you have to those in need” (although the enlightened sources would recommend this from a certain perspective) for the simple reason that humanity has deeply programmed itself with the current illusion to transfer much of its love and desire into mere things.


From an enlightened source: “the third technique is to give all that you have to your fellow man. If this is done, then you will not be encumbered by material possessions. You will no longer give part of your love to material possessions. Giving love to material possessions is an extreme waste of your abilities. This is a mistake that is made by most of the people of this planet. It is necessary, if one is to attempt this method of gaining love, to divorce oneself from the desire for material things.”

In reading this passage, I am reminded of the beneficial social movement known as minimalism with its emphasis on decluttering, a kind of compromise to what is recommended above, which is to channel and circulate love and desire through enlightened giving and receiving.

In moving so much love and desire into mere things, the ROL (the return on love) is bound to come up short in service to others. The counsel here is not to deprive or deny yourself of things; the counsel here is to contain and sustain a loving, circulating resonance of give and take.

Here, the avenues of love and light are as simple as 1, 2, 3: (1) relax; (2) serve; (3) give.

Simple, though not easy, for if it were easy, we would all be divinely happy, where … to quote from the Law of One, book 4, session 82, page 55: “… where no love is terribly important; no pain terribly frightening; no effort, therefore, is made to serve for love or to benefit from fear.”

One might add: and no effort is made to serve for love so as to benefit from fear. Again, broadly construed, to love is to draw, to draw forth, to bring forth, and in so drawing and bringing, thereby learning, growing, evolving, and ascending in and through the light in the name of love.

Imagine a world where no love is terribly important, where no pain is terribly frightening. One of two such worlds is coming ~ one attuned to the creation, the other attuned to the collective illusion ~ but not before a battle of wills for the souls of humanity has been waged for this world.

The enlightened sources are well aware of how difficult it is to serve and to give in a world that is (a) increasingly embedded in its collective illusion, and (b) increasingly embroiled in its spiritual warfare, especially as this world undergoes its transition into a higher, denser light.

This higher, denser light is available to those who would covet this light for themselves, most of the time, by way of taking, and to those who would convey this light for the sake of others, more often than not, by way of giving. In this light, a conflict of interests becomes obvious.

The formula for those who would covet the higher, denser light is slightly different than the formula used by those who would convey this higher, denser light: here, the avenues of love and light are as simple as 1, 2, 3: (1) relax; (2) serve (yourself); and (3) take, take, take.

For those inclined to covet the light, giving is done for the sake of taking. For those inclined to convey the light, taking is done for the sake of giving. Admittedly, the difference here is subtle, and everyone is prone to doing both, by virtue of being a part of the collective illusion.

The mother of all questions for the reader is … are you more inclined to covet, where giving is done for the sake of taking, or are you more inclined to convey, where taking is done for the sake of giving? Wherein lies your orientation to serve? Wherein lies your polarization?

Having cosmic significance for spiritual evolution and ascension, these are not idle questions.

For those who would convey the light, it is difficult enough to be confronted by a world that favors, in many ways, those who would covet the light; it becomes even more difficult when the souls of this world are too busy (to relax), too distracted (to serve), and too sedated (to give).

Between those who would covet the light and those who would convey the light lies a barren spiritual wasteland that is vast in scope, inhabited or occupied by those souls who remain largely if not mostly indifferent to the truth, love, and power contained by the higher, denser light.

In this light, it becomes increasingly obvious what is required to serve and give, so as to convey the light, but again, the conflict of interests outlined above between those who would covet and those who would convey intrudes at almost every turn. Key word here: almost.

Again, the avenues of love and light available to those who would convey the light in the name of love are as simple as 1, 2, 3: (1) relax; (2) serve; (3) give. This numerical order has significance: first, relax (commune, meditate, contemplate); in other words, attune and align.

Where attunement benefits the heart of soul (resting, dwelling, and serving, in and with a soul of gratitude), alignment benefits the mind in spirit (moving, flowing, and giving, in and through a spirit of generosity). Relax ~ attune and align ~ relax into gratitude, relax into generosity.

Whenever, wherever possible, if, as, when it is your true desire to awaken and enlighten.

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The enlightened sources have told us that at a more advanced level of spiritual awakening, any appreciation of the self becomes increasingly unnecessary, for this presupposes that it is possible to separate the self from the entire creation. They go on to say that if one can appreciate any part of the creation, no matter how small, no matter how seemingly insignificant, one is also appreciating self.

This is a fine point to make, I admit, but one that makes all the more sense when we remember the underlying unity that infuses the totality of creation in relation to the source of this creation. The truth is simple: appreciate both source and product and you appreciate yourself.

Relaxing into this appreciation of value can only make it easier for you to serve and give, can only make it easier for you to know who, what, when, where, why, and how to serve and give of the self in view of the other, for the sake of the other, and, ultimately, for you yourself.

Serving and giving in unison with the original intent of creation (in contrast to the conditional intent of the covetous collective illusion), rather than from a space of discord due to a lack of confidence in the underlying unity that imbues the totality, is best facilitated, as we have already seen, through daily relaxation into communion with stillness or silence by way of meditation and/or contemplation.

Here, we “relax into the stillness of being” to access “the still small voice within.”

In other words, it is only necessary that service be given to self or other without condition, without expectation of return, but again, this is an advanced posture of awakening that presupposes a deep trust and faith in your relation to the unity and totality of creator and creation.

Unless and until this advanced posture of awakening can be faithfully applied, however, it is best that appreciation of the creation be accrued through being appropriately discerning with serving and giving.

Having said this, the main message remains: appreciate the unity of creator and creation ~ appreciate this unity in relation to the totality and you will come to realize that any and all other objectives in relation to the creation have very little if any value for your role in the creation.

The original intent of creator and creation is to act in such a way as to serve, while paying close attention, with intention, to when and where (and with whom) you covet the light or convey the light (and how often), to see just how far you can go to serve without expectation of return.

Understand, too: no particular service is specified; no demand for service is made; there is simply the opportunity to serve, making it quite unnecessary to seek out opportunities to serve; it is only necessary that service be given if, as, when the opportunities to serve arise.

One can only know who, what, when, where, why, and how to serve if, as, when one is relaxed. So relax. And then relax some more. And then relax some more to receive, reflect, and respond appropriately. In so doing, one fulfills all of the requirements required by the creation.

So say the awakened, enlightened ones from higher perspectives of love and light.

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Receiving (rather than resisting) and responding (rather than reacting) to the catalytic pressures of provocation, temptation, and obligation is tricky business: on the one hand, we don’t want to pay them too much attention; on the other hand, we don’t want to ignore them either.

That is, we don’t want to ignore, avoid, dismiss, bypass, or evade them willy-nilly.

So let’s bring some deliberate attention to the catalysts of provocation, temptation, and obligation to see if we can find ways to minimize their influence without shutting them out or shutting them off entirely.

Consider the following associations in a spirit of play …


root chakra: fear, doubt, wrath, envy flow into and out of provocation

sacral chakra: greed, lust, sloth, gluttony flow into and out of temptation

solar chakra: pride, pretense, prejudice flow into and out of obligation

Now consider your relationships to these associations.

Which of these associations grab you and won’t let go? Speaking personally, where provocation is concerned, wrath in reaction to injustice grabs me; where temptation is concerned, a lust for pleasure and power grabs me; where obligation is concerned, pretense grabs me.

This is extremely valuable information for one very simple reason: they expose the blind spots in my character, showing me when and where I need to be careful and when and where I need to give and take care; either that or they provide vital clues about my purpose for being.

This information offers me vital clues about my soul, my life, my fate (by way of karma, what needs to be addressed and resolved?) and my spirit, my lifestyle, my destiny (by way of dharma, what calls out to be cultivated, calibrated, consolidated, concentrated, and celebrated?).

My most recent post, For the Love of Holy Shit, was a challenging post to write, but even more challenging was the backwash that arose as a result of publishing it, and here I don’t mean unfavorable public reaction; I mean the backwash that arose in my personal life. Difficult.

Difficult, yet invaluable, for it cleared and clarified me in so many ways, and here I’m not talking about intellectual or spiritual clarity; I’m talking about visceral and emotional clarity in relation to issues of provocation, temptation, and obligation that tend to preoccupy me the most.

Which brings me to the questions I posed above (and I quote) …

Are you more inclined to navigate the pressures of provocation, temptation, or obligation? Who, if anyone, do you keep holding, drawing, or bringing into your life in spite of yourself? What, if anything, do you keep holding, drawing, or bringing into your life in spite of yourself?

A quick reframing of these questions provides a personal touch …

Overall, am I more inclined to navigate the pressures of provocation, temptation, or obligation? Who, if anyone, do I keep holding, drawing, or bringing into my life in spite of myself? And … what, if anything, do I keep holding, drawing, or bringing into my life in spite of myself?

Speaking for myself, I am more inclined to navigate the pressures of provocation in situations where I am treated unfairly; of temptation in situations where I am reminded of my love and lust for intimacy; and of obligation in situations where I pretend to be someone I’m not.

There’s a common underlying theme here, one that points to integration.

I just don’t know what it is (yet). In contemplating these frictional inclinations from a karmic point of view, what needs to be addressed and resolved? And from a dharmic point of view, what calls out to be cultivated, calibrated, consolidated, concentrated, and celebrated?

In posing these questions, I remind myself that karma (blowback) and dharma (purpose) are intimately linked. For now at least, it’s enough for me to pose these questions for my own consideration.

In the kindtime, I can see myself in fourth density subtly occupied with issues of fair treatment, a love and lust for intimacy, and the ways of pretense in relation to presence. Here is my personal spin on William Wordsworth’s delectable piece from his Ode to Duty, as follows …

how sweet are my days, and bright,
for as happy as my horny nature be,
my love serves as my unerring light;
my joy in life brings its own security

These words of mine serve to clarify and crystalize a vision of freedom and fulfillment, for myself and others like myself, in a fourth density social environment, in a fourth density community where presence, pretense, promise, power, and pleasure are prominent themes.

In the meantime, what to do in this not-so-sweet, not-so-bright transition from 3 to 4?

relax, and ye shall find; serve, and ye shall open; give, and ye shall receive;
to wit… who? us; what? life; where? here; when? now; how? love; why? joy

I must find my people, I must find my place: in view of provocation, a writer must write; in view of temptation, an author must author; in view of obligation, an actor must act. I must also remember to relax, to serve, to give: oh, dear reader, how sweet are my days, and bright …

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Suggested reading: Voices of the Confederation