Chuck in Santa Monica I recorded this three years ago when people were just beginning to discover we were going into the “Crazies”. Even I felt like I did not want to go through this process. Now three years later, we have actually made progress and we can see some light at the end of the tunnel……but there is still a long way to go.
Here is the text of this Note:
“Hi, this is Chuck, and today is Thursday, May the 20th, 2010, and I’m sitting beside the water in Santa Monica, California where I’ve been working all week. I’ve had time to think about some things.
The thing that I thought most about is this change that we know we’re going through. It’s not an elective. It’s a demanded change. It’s part of life. Some of us are approaching it with fear. Some of us are approaching it with excitement, and many of us are approaching it with the knowledge that we are on this planet at this time to be part of this in a special way. Most of those, myself included, don’t know yet what that is.
But something that I’ve learned this week is valid for all of us, and that is this. We’re coming to the end of a culture and a period of time, maybe 5,000 years, that could be called the Warrior Culture, and we’re going into a time that could be called a Cooperation Culture. The Warrior Culture has been dominated by masculinity and a masculine God. The Cooperation Culture is going to be more like feminine divinity and nurture and caring and sharing. We’re seeing the whole concept of borders being challenged. We see the whole concept of how we’re taking care of our world being revealed as not so good. We are seeing the whole concept of understanding how each of us has power beyond what we know at this point.
But there’s one thing that I think I have learned this week, and I believe in it, and that is this. This applies as I understand you as well. I am God in this body, in this world, without limit. We are without limit. There’s not a lot to be afraid of, primarily because each one of us is an entire, complete eternal soul. We’ve been here before. We’ve sat by the ocean before. We’ve walked through the mountains. We’ve been in the deserts. We’ve been in the cities and the poor places and slums. But we’ve been here before, and we’ll be here again. And because of that, we know that whatever comes doesn’t need to be met by fear or anything else other than asking the question, “How can I be of service to others through this time of incredible change?” Join me, won’t you? Just like John Lennon says, “We hope you’ll join us, and we will all live as one.” Thanks.”