A New Message from The Seer
I have often been asked what quality, more than any other, is the most important to cultivate during life in the physical. (This prioritizing of qualities changes when entering the soul realm after death.) The answer is: gratitude. It is the lack of grateful acknowledgement that caused the descent of life into the physical, in the first place.
The second most important quality is humility. It is the lack of humility that can trap the Original Ones in the cycles of death and rebirth that humanity endures, which results in their becoming more like mortals the longer they live in forgetfulness of their true potential. The definition of humility has been emphasized a lot by me during the years of teaching, but I would like to expand its meaning at this time.
Humility is to acknowledge the unknowableness of the ever-newly unfolding nature of existence; to avoid thinking that we can know anything, but rather to approach life with the receptive willingness to learn from the newness of the moment.
I would like to augment this previous definition specifically for the godbeings among men, by adding the following:
Humility also entails the applied recognition that the details of life are as important as the whole; that there are no unimportant aspects of the One expressing as the many. In other words, a mighty master is no more important than the deluded fool. The only difference between the greater light and the tiniest spark of light, is that greatness demands that you live it, or it dwindles into a mere spark. Greatness is as greatness does; where much is given, much is expected. There is no superiority when life is lived in mediocrity; no sense of entitlement because of who you are. But rather, life must be appraised by what you do.