“I think the human angel thing can get confusing, especially when people associate angels with religion.”
This is not that kind of party.
Nor is it a pagan anti-religion thing. This is about oneness.
What Does Being a Deva Avatar Have to do With Human Angels?
Well, not much. Except that when I was first told, “You are a deva avatar,” it came with the explanation, “It’s the highest form of human angel,” and that was that.
I didn’t really think much of it at the time. I figured more information would come.
Since then, the Internet happened and I’ve searched for those people from Mudgee who gave me the title, deva avatar, and for any references to deva avatar human angels … nothing. All I get is the secret We Are Human Angels group, who I referenced on the Angel Attributes page here, and the history of Hindu Vedas.
Not An Activist
I proffer what I call, Intuitive Activism. It doesn’t require me or anyone else to be part of the good fight. You might say it’s a gentler version of events that allows the universe to know best.
Basically, I sit back and allow my instructions to tell me what I am doing right now instead of designing a plan to make the world the way I think it should be. This is allowing at its simplest – I trust that if it is (what I’m meant to do) then it will be (what I’m inspired to be doing right now).
No Transformation Required
Obviously, I can’t speak for anyone else but the idea of transformation never quite made sense to me. If I trust all that is then what needs transforming? More to the point, if everything is perfect then whose version of “better” are we buying into?
Anyway, the truth is, as a deva avatar I’ve not felt the pull to transformational, revolutionary, or change-agent status. I’m more of an explorer, in surrender.
The Natural Explanation
I said to someone once that there is a natural explanation for everything. An explanation that recognises the inherent balance and harmony of all that is, where everyone and everything are on purpose, including whatever it was he was confessing to me at the time.
His comment was, “You believe there is too much judgement in the world, don’t you?”
“I believe there is the exact amount” was my reply.
No matter how I say it, people will (always) hear what they hear and not what I say. No matter how I explain it, oneness gets turned into a judgement on what’s wrong with the world. Sigh.
It’s All Perfect
If there was one way to describe what the world looks like for a deva avatar, I would say, it’s all perfect.
All the judgement, all the non-judgement, and everything in between, it’s all perfect. All part of the perfection of this moment.
Oneness, the cosmology of perfection, is a spectrum where everything is valued equally, not a ping-pong match of good and bad causes.
The Difference Between Nondualism and Oneness
One of the things that became apparent to me after writing for an advaita vedanta blog was how nondualism is not the same as oneness.
Nondualism is against something, namely dualism. It focuses on how to be free of the illusion and takes for granted the phenomenal seemingness of life.
Oneness, on the other hand, is inclusive. It does not stand opposed to dualism or nondualism. It simply allows all that is.