That’s my sense of things, at least. I’ve just had a chance to see a couple videos, one of which implied we are at a type of “choose it or lose it” point. Another was about some kind of “Holy crap ‘they’ are trying to take us all down and so watch out because this is real and it could happen to you right now so be afraid be very afraid (…and pay attention to what I say!… dammit!)”.
To the former, I say, “Each and every moment is one in which we have the choice of stepping up or stepping off the path… And we always have the opportunity of stepping back onto that path.” Oh, yes, and “I am free of any fear of making a mistake.”
To the latter, I say, “Stay in the Light, and no matter what happens, you will be guided to a solution.” I also say, “Bullshit! ‘Doom and gloom, be very afraid!’… Yes, I’ve heard that one (many times) before. Doesn’t apply to me, baby!”
Now it is always possible that “The Event” is about to occur, so if I have to be “humanly (in a 3D way) perfect”, then I’ll likely never get “Evented”. I suppose I’d rather get “Eventual-ed”.
And sorry, I do not see “Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Savior”… I see the “Christ in me” as a possible “Savior”, but I do know my Higher D self is what is unfolding. No matter what… as I let go (release the baggage) and allow “The Ascension” to proceed.
If I am told I have to become the perfect [Christian, Buddhist, Monk, hockey player, Cubs fan, Hawaiian guy, surfer, blogger] to ascend, then I guess I never will.
I’m having (and I’m going to continue to have) a JOY-full time with all of this, and not get all “serious as hell” about anything.
I’m going to continue to enjoy my journey, now, as it is, and as it becomes, no matter what “other people” say I have to do, or have to be.
Especially if it’s some staid and stale old remnant or rule of the “1856 Victorian Church of England’s Stiff Old People” or the “Puritanical Missionary Church of Eternal Suffering” or the “‘If you do Anything that’s not written in the Bible you’ll go to Hell’ Church of Perfect Purple Parishioners”.
BE IN JOY IN THIS MOMENT. SHARE JOY IN THIS MOMENT. That’s all I need to know. Right now.