Monday, November 3, 2014

Creating the Hub: The Time Has Come by Steve Beckow

Thank you as always, Steve, for your Guides leading you toward the Golden Age of Gaia!
I AM excited to create and/or be a part of the Denver Hub!!  Email me, my fellow Coloradans.

Kathleen and Julie
Julie, Seattle (with Kathleen), and Sitara, Bellingham, had the same idea of the “hub”
Please allow me to continue my remarks on the state of the lightworker community by looking at an idea that rearranged my commitment and my lightworker world-view.
Sometimes an idea comes along that crystallizes things, that shows up like the missing piece, the object of the Eureka! moment.
When Sitara in Bellingham explained to me her vision for what I call a “gathering place” – she might call it a “hub” or a “meeting place” – I knew I had just heard the answer to all the nagging questions in the back of my mind.
I acknowledge that Kathleen had heard the same idea from Julie in Seattle the previous night, but I wasn’t present to that conversation. Listening to Sitara was the first I’d heard of it.
Let me explain it this way. Until now, we lightworkers have been isolated and trying to relate our ideas to anyone who’d listen. We have missions to carry out but no one was listening. In fact we experienced ridicule quite often if we talked about our point of view.
Bellingham 1
Bellingham group: First row, left: Sitara, Tom, and Fran; second row, left: Kathleen, Cyndy, and Stephen
We lacked the backing of a community. We lacked affirmation. We lacked influence.
But Sitara and Julie recommended that we abandon trying to influence society from a scattered position.
They advocated that lightworkers come together, in a common building, or in a close group of separate locations.  Instead of working in isolation, lightworkers would be invited to work together, to focus their love, to combine their voice.
Another lightworker on Whidbey suggested a global directory of lightworker services. That would be one of the useful tools for a connected lightworker community.  We’re considering providing that service but it very well may be beyond our current means. Someone else may need to do it in the end.
Building a hub would increase our confidence and lend us the support we need to make inroads in areas that remain Third-Dimensional.
Instead of positioning ourselves defensively and protectively, warding off ridicule, we could turn matters around. We could take the initiative, reinforce each other, and create momentum. Always peacefully and lovingly of course.
We could give each other mutual support, communicate with each other, share the burden and share the load when we work outwards from a central hub.
Sitara and Julie’s idea is the key to helping lightworkers to really get down to work dismantling the old order and ushering in the new. I recommend there be a “Hub” or “Gathering Place” in every city and town.
As Kathleen pointed out to me, the creation of a hub doesn’t have to wait for the garnering of a large building or series of buildings. Every meet-up is a “hub.” The central idea of it as that we now need to come together in groups.
Now is the time. As one lightworker put it: “So many hearts are opening up now and it’s important that we all connect.” I couldn’t agree more.
If we’re wondering what advantages we have, we have a team and we have a game plan. We may be the only group in town that does.
And we know that our plan is destined to work. In fact, it’s unstoppable in the long run. We know the direction society is headed in and what the rules of the game (the universal laws) are.
Our focused light and love may just be what’s needed to turn the tide on this planet from the violent, lower-dimensional behavior we’re addicted to to the noble, higher-dimensional behavior that the builders of Nova Earth are committed to introducing on this planet.
Coincidentally (as if there are any coincidences), just this morning I was reading an email from Inelia Benz where she announces that she will expand her travels around Europe at the moment, down to South America later.  The drive to meet and connect seems to be the order of the day.
Kathleen and I are already discussing our next venture, but it may have to wait. The farther we go from home, the more the costs go up (rental car being the main one). Nonetheless the urge is there and it must be coming from somewhere.
by Steve Beckow

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