Team Earth


Team Earth

Posted by Steve Beckow

We know what a sense of unity and community looks like within a
nation, but what does it look like for a world? It seems to me that
humans like us (as opposed to humans like our galactic friends, about
whom I probably cannot speak) crave identification. Look at how many of
us are proud of our high schools, cities, sports teams.
So one of the things that entering into a new, wider identification
as Earth dwellers seems to involve is letting go of all the smaller,
older identifications, the suit of clothes we’ve outgrown, the sense of
ourselves that no longer serves us. It seems to mean letting go of or
forgetting all the memories, trophies, victories, and lesser
graduations, which, all wrapped up into one, make up our sense of who we
were.

Nonetheless, in creating a new identity as Team Earth, we’re settling
on yet another temporary identity. We’ll have to abandon it too at some
point. The purpose of life is not to realize ourselves as Earth
dwellers, but to realize ourselves as God. Or if that offends you, then
one with God. Or if even that offends you, then as one of God’s
children.

So expanding our identity from being a Peruvian or a South African to
being a terrestrial human, as useful as that will be in 2012, remains
only one step in the total evolution of our consciousness. It’s a
desirable one because it prepares us for what’s coming next (Ascension),
but it’s by no means the end of the story.

We identify ourselves as Team Earth to prepare for Ascension. From
now until Dec. 21, 2012, or whenever Ascension happens, we’ll need to
see to the wellbeing of Earth, her human population, and her animal
kingdom.

Once in a reading with Archangel Michael, he discussed the work of
the animal kingdom. Many animals, he said, are doing the work of
transmuting the negative energy of human beings. He explained that
animals are way ahead of humans. In fact humans are the last to clean up
their negative energies. The animals, by contrast, are already prepared
to ascend.

(We for our part will probably have to stop eating them soon. We are
after all the world’s top predator, its foremost slayer of animals. If
we think of the human race as heroes, and various negative alien races
as villains, we may wish to stop and think what most animals must think
of us.)…

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