Stopped Fighting It – Steve Beckow @ Golden Age of Gaia

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Cat and Forget-me-not Flowers

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Stopped Fighting It

When we think of Ascension symptoms, I can think of none more challenging for me than the progressive loss of my Third-Dimensional memory.

Archangel Michael discussed it in March of 2015:

Steve Beckow: I am having tremendous memory problems, really bad memory problems. What should I do about that?

Archangel Michael: Part of what you are experiencing is Ascension problems. This fogginess of memory and brain and mind is being experienced by many because it is part of the interdimensional reality until you are fully attuned. (1)

Rather than abating, memory loss has grown.

It’s coming up today because I join Sue Lie’s webinar in three hours and I realized that I cannot serve as a resource person on the air. I cannot remember what I heard the Arcturians say two days ago when I listened to their homework message. If interrupted, I can forget my train of thought.

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This month, we discussed the matter extensively. The discussion may apply to you as well.

Steve Beckow: I feel greatly handicapped by my inability to draw on my memory. I also fear some large financial thing will happen because I’ve forgotten. Is my memory slated to return?

Archangel Michael: Are you at all guided?

Steve: Well, yes. Alright, that is the answer. That is good.

AAM: I am not just teasing you. We will ring the bells and blow the whistles but you will not make the kind of financial folly that you are fearing. Now understand, because we do not want you in fear.

We want you in the flow and the ease of that flow. Your memory as you call it will return, adjusted yes, somewhat adjusted because there is a great deal that human beings spend all their time remembering…

Steve: …that they should forget.

AAM: That is correct. When we say it will be adjusted, that is what we mean.

You may remember very clearly what happened 600 years ago and not remember what you had for breakfast two days ago and that is absolutely fine. (2)

It’s interesting that he should say that I might not remember what I’ve eaten for breakfast because the worst it’s ever gotten was over a meal.

I sat down to dinner the other day and, as I did so, I remembered that I had cooked the same meal a half hour earlier and had already eaten it.

That explained the dinner dishes that were already in the sink.

Eating the same meal twice shocked me, as if I’d stepped through a time warp. I definitely did a double-take. (It didn’t stop me eating the second meal however.)

I could tell you so many stories. Well, come to think of it, no, I can’t. I can’t remember them.

I turned down a video interviewer a few weeks ago because I couldn’t possibly answer questions live.

So no more interviews please, until this Ascension symptom lifts. Or Ascension itself, whichever comes first.

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To rephrase Ram Dass, we used to consider “Be Here Now” as a luxury; now it’s become a necessity.  (3) There’s nothing more I can do than be here now.

While AAM will keep me from an unwise financial decision, nonetheless, all my business negotiations will have to wait to be concluded until I have a written agreement before me to sign because I won’t be able to rely on my memory. Unless it improves (and it probably will).

No backroom deals. No private conversations. Well, all conversations now are private because I never remember any. Tell me anything. I’m an ideal listener.

I’ve sweated my way through meetings and negotiations, feeling at an irreparable disadvantage.

But now I have to allow the waters to sweep over me and stop trying to stay afloat. I declare: I have no working memory any more. I’ve stopped fighting it.

I need now to explore how life works without a functioning memory. There’s no clinging to the old ways here, it seems.

I need to go with the natural flow of whatever this process is and allow to emerge what wants to emerge. But it feels maximally disorienting to me.

Footnotes

(1) Archangel Michael in a personal reading with Steve Beckow through Linda Dillon,, March 25, 2015.

(2) Ibid., May 10, 2017.

(3) He originally said that telling the truth was once a luxury and it had now become a necessity. His most famous book was entitled Be Here Now.

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Cat and Forget-me-not Flowers

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