Do you want to have the last word?

Ascended Master Elohim Astrea, December 17, 2009 through Kim Michaels.

The question then becomes: How do you want to live the rest of this embodiment? How do you want to live future embodiments—or do you want to ascend? And the question you must ask yourself is this: Will I continue to play the games, the myriad, innumerable games that can be played with words? Will I continue to seek to get the last word among men, or will I reach for the ultimate Word of God, that I may be one with the Christ Consciousness. And therefore, I not only speak words—I become the Word. I become the Word in embodiment, whereby I may be the open door for the Word of God to be spoken on earth, the Word that is not the dualistic struggle of point counterpoint, proof and disproof. The Word that truly cleaves the real from the unreal—not by the words spoken, but by the vibration carried by those words, and by the person speaking them, the vibration flowing through that person who is the open door, so that people who are willing can sense the vibration, go beyond the words—and therefore contact the Word, the living Word, that is a Living Spirit that flows – always – always transcends, always accelerates into greater and greater expression of the God qualities.

This is indeed the question; to be an open door for the Word or not to be. Consider how many people have lived for decades in this lifetime, and for dozens of lifetimes before this lifetime, engaging in the game of seeking to get the last word by proving yourself right, by proving another human being wrong, by proving how clever you are with words or jokes or sarcastic or ironic statements—that supposedly puts someone else in their place. And what place might that be, where you put someone else, when you put them down with a vibration that is less than love, that is less than purity? Well, it is the same place you put yourself, when you enter into that vibration of talking down to another, of seeking to put them down, rather than seeking to raise up the All by being an instrument for the Word, that with its purity can only raise up life.

Look at the life of Jesus and how he interacted with the scribes and Pharisees. You can go in with the outer, analytical, linear mind and look at the words that have been handed down to you in the Scriptures. And you can analyze and evaluate and even judge Jesus’ words. Should he have said that? Should he have said it that way? Was it wise of him to say this? Did he really have a point, or did the scribes and the Pharisees have a point?

Surely, you can do this, for you are reading the words of Jesus. You are not hearing them spoken as he spoke them back then, when he was indeed the open door, and when there was far more streaming out of his mouth than the words that could be written down. There was the Word streaming forth, the Word that with its vibration gave people an alternative to the vibration of the scribes and the Pharisees. So that people who had never encountered a higher vibration than the dualistic polarities were suddenly, if they were willing, quickened by Jesus, quickened not by his words, but by the Word itself. And they saw in him something more, something that the scribes and Pharisees did not have – something that they could not have – given their dualistic states of consciousness and their attachment to having the last word, to proving Jesus wrong, to proving their own tradition right. And thus, as Jesus said, “Ye have made the word of God of no effect by your tradition.”


This is an excerpt from a longer teaching. You can read the full dictation HERE.



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