When we speak of love in the transitional sense, we are not speaking of the romantic love that appears in novels and on TV,
We are speaking of unconditional love.
When I first came across this Buddhist concept, I, a heterosexual
man, could not conceive how I could ever love a man as much as a
woman, but I had completely the wrong idea.
Unconditional love is brought about by being in love with "All
There Is", or the biggest thing we can conceive of.
Once that occurs, then we know that everything we experience is a
part of all there is, which we love. So we are more able to
overcome the normal ups and downs of the lower dimensional living
of those who have not yet transited.
More people every day are getting the idea that "Love they
neighbour" really is a great idea. It does work, and it produces a
far superior form of living to one controlled by hierarchical
man-made arrangements, such as governments.
If governments were able to display unconditional love, the
world's problems would end immediately. But a government is too
insentient to muster love, and is
therefore now outdated, because it cannot take part in the
transition to the era of Love.
Look out for our next article on transition, "Are you slowing your
I recently met a long-lost spiritual friend, and her first words
to me were"Isn't it peculiar being in this world, but not of this
world." She had transitioned years ago, and found the world as
depicted in the TV/Newspaper world a mystery that she visited once
in a while.
But Mike Adams of Natural News has gone further by stating that the majority of the general public is insane. Readers who have followed this blog for a while will know that is is very likely true, but certainly true of those we appear to elect as leaders.