Love is our new reality

Plato via Jacquelyn Fox, April 6th, 2019

April 6th 2019

Session with Plato for Sananda

Channeled by Jacquelyn Fox (J)

Plato is speaking:

“Greetings Light students. I am going to begin with an introduction that is likely not necessary, however, I feel it is right-minded to introduce today’s topic with some visiting about how it was opened. J wished to make herself more familiar with my writings from my life as Plato. She insisted on listening to my dialog called The Republic. I told her there really was no need to spend time on that, since I speak of such notions to her daily, but J is hopelessly stubborn and so I relented. The pristine notions of which I wrote in that dialogue hold some mistaken ideas that I have corrected since returning to Light. In my life as Plato I was afflicted, as all are in life, by misguided ideas of Truth. In life, I suffered as do you all in illustrations of night-light. Night-light, you will recall, is the illusion of separation from Light. The long-gone life of Plato fascinates J now because of our Light bond. Honestly, I nix the idea of holding onto old lives, and express that to J. Lives are only illusions, intended to log lessons of Light. J is now receiving wisdom from the higher levels of Light in which I dwell, so to overly ponder my writings as Plato, created while my mind was suffering the illusion of life, seems a bit silly to me, but I would not intrude upon the exercise of her free will. Opening up that dusty old dialogue has opened this lesson and so perhaps it was not time wasted after all.

The topic I pondered in The Republic was the topic of justice. Though I used solid reasoning to come to my conclusions, my reasoning was influenced by my life illusions, so now I will correct my misguided life reasoning with this very much simpler Light reasoning: Justice in Light is simply the most benevolent outcome. Holding justice to a more intricate meaning than that is not necessary. Holding ignorant ideas of justice and its purpose is the cause of much turmoil in life. Nominal ideas – widely promoted and accepted in life – of right-minded fairness is not justice. Is an eye for an eye justice? No. Justice is holding a situation up in Light and healing it. Justice is promoting illustrations that are in alignment with God in Light. Opening Light into life is justice. It is that simple, which is why I questioned J’s opening of my old, incomplete ideas.”

J: “I’m not sure that was so ‘simple’ to many of us. To make this a little clearer, could you give a life example of what you just spoke of?”

Plato: “I will try to explain it more clearly. In Light, great notions of God are recognized as Truth. In life, no such inherent truth is presented. Light existence opens Truth, while life keeps truth veiled, for obvious reasons related to the learning of one’s chosen life lessons. Nominal, incomplete ideas of truth therefore open in life, based upon the nominal experiences of life. Pinning life experiences to truth is a mistaken but understandable outcome of this situation. Minimizing one’s understanding of Light wisdom is minimizing one’s issuing of properly applied notions of justice.

Properly applied justice heals plight in life. This is quite in contrast to how justice is commonly applied in life, however. The honest application of justice in life is also a problem. Mighty, much-needed honesty is lacking in life right now. Not just right now, however, it has always been so. Nominal life experiences create nominal character in those living them, positioning them in life as they are intended to function in order to promote the lessons they have agreed to experience. These agreements are made in Light in accordance with their souls’ growth goals. In life, the creation of poor illustrators of honesty and good character is a necessary and important part of the lesson learning process. Now in life, promoters of honest, much-needed Light wisdom are few, while those of questionable character are many. In such conditions, justice is difficult to achieve.

No vital understanding of justice as it exists in Light can be offered without understanding the goals of the human life experience. How can one understand the opening of justice if one does not understand the goals of Light? Just as one cannot fully understand an experience while one is fully immersed in that experience, one cannot fully understand justice as it applies in a life experience while one is fully immersed in life. Prudent minds in life understand this is the case and often voice openness to simply accepting the experience more than hunting for the justice in it. In life, all is as it should be for reasons promoted in Light.

J has been questioning me in her mind as I am sending her this lesson, storming my pristine notions of Light with questions of the mundane. She wants to know, if all is as it should be, then why is Light pushing its proxies in life to change the world. My answer to her is that right-minded Lightworkers are now on Earth for a reason, issuing in a time of great change and growth in life. More in hope of lifting this change very quickly than in furthering any sort of opening of wisdom, we in Light are just making this process easier. In Light, hope in humanity’s growth is lifting. We promote it. We do not judge it or apply it.”

J: “So you are saying that every experience in life is an expression of justice, because these experiences are planned by our souls in Light so that lessons can be learned, Karma balanced and spiritual growth can happen? Even situations that seem extremely unjust to those of us living in life are manifesting in the best and highest good of those involved?”

Plato: “No, J. Honest issuers of Light, still open to Light’s influence, enter life for a reason. Promoters of healing injustice flow into kinder life paths, while promoters of injustice flow into paths of strife and denial of justice to others.”

J: “But wouldn’t the person on the receiving end of the injustice have a soul contract with the issuer of the injustice? Isn’t that how you were saying this works?”

Plato: “Quite often, the questions you pose remind me of the mind of Octavius, J.” (Octavius was one of my previous incarnations, a contemporary and friend of Plato in his life.) Octavius was inherently open-minded in life, but equal in his nominal ideas to you and in his oppositional reasoning. I still recall his life ending. He bet his life on his strongly held ideas and lost. J still lifts his independent life notions, but has learned from his life experience and is much more open to correction.

Much in life is set in Light, however, not all in life is aligned with Light. Kindness is opened when instances of need are lifted. Compassion blossoms in the light of suffering. Life must contain instances of injustice for instances of kindness and compassion to mold themselves in right-minded response. So, J, in your own summation of justice, how does grace and compassion open if one believes that the sufferer of injustice has chosen that experience?”

J: “Grace isn’t only reserved for those in life who are suffering unjustly. It should be extended to anyone who suffers.”

Plato: “Look where higher Light has led this lesson, J. It began focused on justice and it is now lifting the idea of God’s love. My question to you gifted you with the opportunity to lift God’s love. In unconditional love lies the answer to all issues in life. Monolithic ideas of higher Light enter into every logging of life’s injustices. History is littered with injustice, but humanity’s destiny need not be. Now J, stirrer of my pot, let us end this lesson by issuing hope for justice in life, hope for kindness and grace in life as well, and that our conversation has stirred the pots of those reading this. Humanity is poised for great change. Hope for the most benevolent outcome gifts it in life. Until next time, my friends, be well.”


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Glossary of common terms and their meanings:

Energy Flow – Another term for aura.

Light – This term is used in multiple ways. Often it is used to describe the existence beyond physical life, commonly referred to as “Heaven” or the afterlife. They also use it to describe spiritual energy or consciousness, the energy that makes up everything that exists. They also use it to describe a state of positive, enlightened existence in alignment with God. They also tend to use it as a name for the collective enlightened consciousness, the guides, teachers and masters in spirit who reach out to us.

Long-in-Light – Is another way of saying “enlightened” or possessing a great deal of spiritual Light. It can also be used to describe one who has existed in spirit for a long time, an “old soul.”

Night-Light – They use this term to describe anything, living or in spirit, that is not in alignment with God. It is the illusion of separation from God. “Night-Light spirits” are spirits still under the illusion that they are separate from God. They are not aligned with the peace and happiness of Light yet and are in need of healing.

Light Pondering – Light pondering is the quieting of the mind to allow ideas of spirit to enter, through meditation, divination or dream work.

Light Minds – Light minds in life are those people living who have a mind-connection to spirit and spiritual truth: mediums, intuitives and other Lightworkers. Light minds can also be those enlightened minds in spirit. They are aligned with Light, not night-Light.

Loitering Spirits – Spirits in a state of night-Light who are attracted to the energy of the living.

Logging – A term that describes the pinning of intention to effect change in one’s experience. Logging, in teaching vernacular, is the sending of intention toward a goal.