Heaven on Earth

“My field is your field.  This is what I am helping you to see.  We are together now to save this world so that Heaven on Earth can come to be.”  Mirari

This is a message believed to be from Mary of Nazareth, who inspires Mari Perron to write her newest books.

We do need a Heaven on Earth, and it seems that this is possible, however much we see conflict and disarray on Earth now.  We can reach the tipping point for this blessing of Heaven on Earth.

Many of us are waking up as from a long sleep.  First we wake up in snatches, then longer times, and then we sustain Christ-consciousness.  When enough of us (and all of us are moving right along, however much this seems incomprehensible) have sustained Christ-consciousness, this world will be transformed along with us.

Ask for the blessing of a glimpse of Awakening today.  The glimpse is very peaceful, and will reassure us that this peace is what we really want.

Joyous Praise

“What a joy it is to know that through expression we can know being!  How much joy there is in our hearts now that we recognize that the Creator speaks to us through creation.  Each cloud will speak to us of love.  Each gust of wind will sing melodies of love.  Every drop of water will show the purity of love.  The whispers of love will no longer be dim like moonlight, but like melodious songs that the mind and heart hear with gratitude.  As never before, everything we see will tell us of God.  You will recognize that love surrounds you everywhere, that you live, move, and exist in it.”  Choose Only Love, bk.7, 5:III

This quotation, from the last volume in the series–newly published–we see our love for God as a palpable thing. In effect, we are saying hosannas to God, thanking Him for the beauty of our world. Mary, in Mirari, has also commented on what a beautiful world we inhabit. Praising rising to God becomes easy when we live the being that this volume encourages us to inhabit.

In A Course in Miracles, Jesus tells us that our praise of God does not mean that we tell Him how wonderful He is. He has no ego with which to accept such praise. But we ourselves need the discipline of gratitude. It warms our heart. Appreciation, or gratefulness, goes hand in hand with love.

This quotation lifted my spirits very high. When we feel close to God, we naturally want to say “thank You” to Him. And our day goes better as a result, for we are thinking positively, letting go of the many negatives in the world as we are living it today.


 An Appreciation of Mirari: The Way of the Marys

Mirari, Received by Mari Perron

Review by Celia Hales

Previously published in Miracles magazine (Jon Mundy, publisher).

            In Mirari, Mary of Nazareth, Mother of Jesus, returns to one of God’s faithful to herald the feminine face of God.  Mari Perron announces in a dialogue with Mary a new beginning in which newly empowered feminine voices join with enlightened masculine voices to transform what we experience as “life.”  This new life is brought about solely by the power of love in the hand of the one who rocks the cradle. 

            For too long women have been seen as victims in a world dominated by men.  This is due to change, as the meek inherit the earth.  Women are naturally seen more easily as the “meek,” for their role in the background and also their genes have given them a gentleness that men have not often manifested in their own makeup.  So women now step forward to take their part in the world as the second coming of Christ is heralded.  Jesus in A Course of Love first announced the comprehensive change; he said that the “way of Mary” was gradually coming into focus. He contrasted his own contribution, one of doing, saying that there would be a period of overlap now, but eventually all will walk the way of Mary.

            In my understanding of Mirari (a word that means “wonder”), now women everywhere are the “Marys” of which Mary of Nazareth speaks.  We must assume a leadership role in which we do not feed egos, for egos are the province of a time fading away, a time of unconsciousness.  And egos have brought us to the desperate straits in which we find ourselves.  Mary talks of male egos as “wild dogs,” but also says that there are plenty of female “wild dogs” as well.  Mary would have us turn aside from feeding all egos, and presents this as the only way that we can hope to occupy a new world, to bring in the New (the “New” first heralded by Jesus in ACOL).  She says that those individuals still possessing of ego need “training,” but that there are not enough trainers, will never be enough trainers.  So we who are women, in assuming a new role, must cease feeding egos.  We nurture others through what love has taught us because we are ideally suited for this new female face of God.  We have known, of course, that the Divine is both male and female, for divinity is composed of both genders.  But we have not lived that truth, and we are on the cusp of a new age in which this truth will be lived.

            Mari Perron’s faith in God and her trust in both Jesus and Mary shine through everything she has taken down, typing on her computer.  The words are absolutely beautiful, flowing and endearing.  Often Mirari takes the form of a dialogue between Mary and Mari, a dialogue in which Mari unveils her insecurities with an honesty that is disarming and moving.  She usually writes in solitude as the dawn is breaking, the sun seen through a window in her cabin, a cabin located out back of her home.  The dawn becomes a motif throughout the book.  It is a fitting metaphor for the dawn of new beginnings.

            If read narrowly, Mirari would be perceived as a new feminist manifesto, but Mirari is saved from this secular fate by its divine truth that love will inform every new direction taken. We are to unite the masculine and the feminine in a union that will transform our world, a union in which women will be more evident than previously in all the years of our Earth.  Women in this new feminism are seen as necessary catalysts for the transformation that must occur if we are to save our world.

Jesus & Mary

“[T]hroughout the history of humanity I have manifested as a self separated into two realities, that of Jesus and Mary.”  Choose Only Love bk.3, 8:II

Edgar Cayce, perhaps speaking metaphorically, said that Jesus and Mary started out as Adam and Eve.  We can’t know what this means, though we know that Adam and Eve represent the advent of human beings on earth.

Here Jesus is raising the feminine to new heights.  We have lived so long in a masculinely oriented world.  But the feminine has great value, and recently channeled writings—A Course of Love, Choose Only Love, Mirari—have said much about greater leadership, leadership of being as opposed to doing, coming from women.

We would all hope for a soulmate relationship such as Jesus enjoys with Mary.  Perhaps we all have such a relationship, if not here on earth, then waiting for us on the Other Side.

Let our minds play with the benefits that a feminine concept can give.  For one thing, feelings are often transcendent in a woman, feelings rather than the thinking of the mind. 

See what that idea can do for us today.