“The invasion is an intrusion of The New into the old, a force meant to quicken the passing of all that lingers of death in the living. To end living death and welcome living life. To end division and become one with what is being birthed. To mother The New into existence.” Mirari
Here Mirari, Mari’s new book, takes up where A Course of Love left off. Still talking about The New, the new world that we will all create together, this new book goes a step farther. It counsels that we do what we can to bring love into our world, big time, for there are still too many of us who are bringing negativity into this world.
We need to be sure that we don’t encourage negativity by our own actions. We must stop feeding egos, and here I know Mari’s new book is preaching to the choir. All of us who have discovered A Course in Miracles and A Course of Love know of the detrimental effect of egoic and egotistical thought.
Listen to our heart. Mirari is also a heart-centered book, in this way like A Course of Love.
2 thoughts on “To Mother the New into Existence”
“Negativity” seems to be a word used all too loosely. I’ve long questioned its usage.
Criticism, however, is not at all driven by malice. Some people, I’ve noticed, are so far seemingly helpless that the best of friends must perform metaphysical surgery on their conscious, being the only way to get them through a terrible time. Those friends can see the road ahead, clearer than the one in their trauma. Their vision is clearer, because they’ve been there, once before.
This, I believe, is a way to love someone. Sometimes, to change get another person who is stubborn enough to see what danger they are in, you even have to endanger the friendship/relationship. Sometimes, even by threatening to leave, that person might come to their senses. They’ll begin to see what is truly valuable and was not made to be lost.
This method may be “new” or it may be “old”. All I know is that it works when you are not in your relationships with people only to keep them in their suffering. As in, to keep them there through unending coddling and soft words. These methods may seem brutal. However, so is life.
As I once heard from somewhere, “It’s always easier to pat someone on the back, telling them all is fine, than it is to face the truth.”
the greatest mystery is to know yourself so it is a long journey to begin to love that self. It is enough for starters to KNOW yourself and what makes it tick and what makes it deviate. But as you progress in life it eventually will dawn where the angels and demons exist. not easy.