By Steve Beckow, Golden Age of Gaia
For the second time in my life, I’m in a particular space.
It’s deliciously blissful. There’s tremendous release in it, a relief from anxiety.
Every good memory I have comes flooding back in – Miami at 8 years old, Montreal at 10, Disneyland at 14, all the scenes come flashing across the screen.
I call this space “Abundance.”
The last time I found myself in it, I invoked the Law of Give and Receive and asked to receive “abundance.” But I forgot to say “physical abundance” and instead found myself in the space of abundance. Archangel Michael referred to the experience in my next reading:
“When I have said ‘spiritual currency,’ you’ve had a glimpse of this in the knowing of mastery and abundance and so you know it isn’t about money. It is about spiritual currency. And I say to you, ‘congratulations.’” (1)
No, it isn’t about money, as he says. It has nothing necessarily to do with it. Money could not buy an experience of the space called abundance.
But it is about this blissful space. It carries one away, wafts one aloft, so to speak. One wants for nothing.
It settles all scores and dismisses all debts from one’s consciousness.
But as with so many other spaces, I cannot come up with a definite statement about anything essential to the space of abundance itself. I can only describe its effects. It’s the same with any other divine quality or state that I’m aware of: I can only describe their effects.
If one had a lot of money and yet didn’t feel this way, I wouldn’t describe that person as being in the space of abundance; just having a lot of money. Money can’t buy abundance.
This space is the same higher-dimensional space that we sometimes call love, sometimes bliss, sometimes peace. We keep ending up at the same destination no matter what direction we take – the divine state most fundamentally known as Love.
Remember that Love is not – and cannot be – contained in the word “Love.” We use the one word “Love” to cover many things, things at different degrees, etc. While we’re struggling to comprehend Love, it flows outside and inside us oblivious to our difficulties in comprehending it.
In the end, Love cannot be comprehended; it has to be experienced and realized to be known.
Love in limitless abundance? That would be Ascension, Heaven, Nirvana.
(1) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon, Aug. 2, 2017. The experience of mastery as a space occurred on a separate occasion.