Vi har aldri vært atskilt fra den åndelige verden, sier John Smallman, og fortsetter; våkne opp og bli med på moroa som skjer rundt deg ... . Vi får tilsendt kjærlighet i en evig strøm nå, og vi får vite at vi aldri har vært skilt fra den åndelige verden. Han forteller oss at vi velger å se hverandre som venner eller fiender, framfor å se forskjeller. Det er på grunn av denne frykten, at vi har bygd opp vegger rundt oss. Nå skal vi imidlertid våkne! Våkne opp og bli klar over situasjonen slik den virkelig er. Kollektivt har vi problemer med å slå øynene opp ennå, men valget om å våkne har vi allerede tatt individuelt. Det kollektive valget henger fortsatt igjen og derfor velger vi å se trusler eller fiender når vi observerer fremmede.
Who you truly are is of an order of magnificence that is impossible to describe adequately - August 30, 2013 by John Smallman
"Here in the spiritual realms, from which, in truth, you are not and never have been separated, we who are awake and watching over you as you sleep are sending you Love in a constant stream, or more aptly like a river in full flood. We are encouraging you to wake up and join in the fun that is going on all round you, because we do not like to see you missing any of it, even for the brief moment that you have chosen to spend in your illusory dreamworld. Waking up is not hard, and with our encouragement you will make the choice to do so. In fact, you have already made that choice; you are just having difficulty collectively in choosing the most appropriate moment – the moment when you drop all those defensive walls that are protecting your fears, and allow Love to pour in and sweep them away, awakening you into your natural state of fully conscious, alive awareness.
Fear is an aspect of the illusion that has strengthened over the eons as you became more unaccepting of those whom you considered different from yourselves – those who did not “belong” to your tribe, village, church, race – an ever-expanding selection of identifying features that you used to define others as either friends or enemies. And enemies could, at any moment, attack and destroy you, or so it seemed, leading to your underlying sense of fear. Not too much has changed: you still choose mainly to see threats or enemies rather than just differences when you observe strangers.
Nevertheless, great progress has been made in recent decades to change this mindset, and there is still much more to do. However, the progress that has already been made has paved the way for the enormous changes that are still needed and that are being pointed out by newly formed organizations of caring and compassionate wayshowers. Change is in the air and many are looking ahead with excited anticipation as they foresee the old unloving attitudes being replaced by new ones that will understand and integrate your worldwide, multicultural societies into one grand and loving community, replacing the divisive and separatist beliefs that have for so long brought such extensive pain and suffering to humanity, so that all may know themselves to be welcome, accepted, and essential parts of the larger whole, as they truly are." forts.