“Greetings. We are the Arcturian Council. We are pleased to connect with all of you.
When you are ready to explore your consciousness to the greatest extent that you possibly can, you are going to uncover a litany of aspects of who you are. You are almost ready to experience your whole selves and to become your whole selves. What blocks you from doing so is the fear that you will uncover something about yourself that you cannot reconcile, that you cannot forgive, and that you cannot love.
To be a whole being means that you must accept all aspects of you, and that means uncovering the parts of you who are lingering around because they have not yet been forgiven, accepted, and loved. You hold the power to do this, and it’s easier than you might think.
When you see someone in the outside world doing something that you find abhorrent, you can rest assured that there is an aspect of you that has done the exact same thing in another lifetime. So in order for you to move forward with the integration of all aspects of self, you must be able to forgive the person that you have become aware of, and their actions. It is not easy.
You often determine your goodness by how you are capable of refraining from doing such things. That makes it easier to look down upon someone who is doing the thing, or who has done the thing, that you would never do. But this is your mission. This is what it means to be unconditional love. This is what it means to be compassion in action.
There must be something, some condition, some action that you find reprehensible in order for you to make the shift. We are not talking about the big shift here. We are talking about making the shift from judgment and condemnation to compassion and unconditional love.
That is in essence what the big shift is all about. It is an opportunity for you to leave all the baggage behind, the baggage of the third dimension, the baggage that contains your judgments, your condemnations, whether they be of yourself or others. Recognize this, however. When you experience a judgment, or a condemnation, or both, of someone else, you might as well be experiencing it of yourself, because you cannot become aware of something that you are not already in some way, shape, or form yourself.
When we ask you to love yourselves, we are asking you to love all aspects of yourselves, and we know it is not always easy. But it is always worth it.
We are the Arcturian Council, and we have enjoyed connecting with you.”