Ascended Master Serapis Bey, December 18, 2009 through Kim Michaels.
Take note of the quote from Revelation about the accuser of the brethren. How did they overcome the accuser of the brethren? Was it by counteracting the accuser’s arguments, by proving every argument wrong? What does the Book of Revelation say? “They overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the Word of their testimony.”
The blood of the Lamb is the purity of the Christ consciousness, that has no value judgment but sees only the reality, that behind any sense of identity that a being has taken on, there is an extension of God’s Being—that conscious self that is pure consciousness, and therefore is more than any identity. And “the Word of their testimony” is not the dualistic words of counteracting another’s argument, but the Word—the Word that does not seek to condemn or prove wrong, but seeks to raise up all life by making the statement of truth, as best can be done with words but still carrying that vibration of the oneness of the Christ consciousness.
Do you understand, what I am saying here? It is possible to speak words that may have some truth to them, but nevertheless you speak them with a vibration that is less than the purity of the Christ consciousness. You speak them with some form of value judgment, where you are seeking to put another person down, to put that person in his place, to prove his arguments wrong, to prove your arguments superior. And therefore, you seek to raise yourself up by putting another person down. And therefore, it is possible to be technically right with the words you are speaking, but your vibration is not right—and therefore you are not right with God.
You may be right – and you may be seen as being right – among men, but you are not right with God, because your intention is not to raise up all life. Your intention is to raise up certain parts of life in contrast to other parts of life, that you are putting down. And that is not the ascension spiral. It never can be the ascension spiral. And you may qualify it with your impure perception, that makes it seem like you are righteous and that you are justified, for you are doing this for some greater good. But the greater good is the greater good defined by one of the epic dramas that spring from not just the duality consciousness, but the consciousness of the accuser of the brethren.
For that consciousness is what originally came up with the concept of dividing beings into those who are worthy, those who are not, those who will be saved, those who will not be saved. And therefore, it seeks to pull some people into believing in the reality of this division, whereby they would be pulled into an epic drama and the downward spiral of seeking to condemn some form of life—and raise themselves up in contrast to those who are condemned. Instead of being in the purity of the Christ consciousness, seeking only to raise up all life and leaving it up to the free will of the individual, whether they will be raised up or not.
And therefore, you have no need to judge or condemn anyone. You set them free to make their own choices, and thereby you set yourself free to accelerate your sense of self, regardless of the choices made by others. You have no false sense of responsibility.
This is an excerpt from a longer teaching. You can read the full dictation HERE.
Copyright © 2009 Kim Michaels