The calls for Australia 

Question: Can the ascended master please comment on Australia? What are Australia’s strengths and weaknesses in her path to manifesting the Golden Age of Saint Germain? What calls do the ascended master students need to make for Australia to raise the collective consciousness toward facilitating a manifestation of the golden age in Australia?

Answer from the Ascended Master Saint Germain through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2021 Webinar – Ending the Era of Ideology.

We have given, although it is some time ago, some dictations in Australia about Australia. And those teachings are still valid. The calls we gave at the time are still valid. You could even make new calls. For example, you could take what we have said previously, and incorporate it into an invocation to Astrea, for the nation of Australia.

Those things are still valid, but what you can do today for Australia is realize that Australia is one of the nations we call the modern democracies. Basically, everything we have said about the modern democracies can benefit Australia as well. The invocations that we have given that relate to this, including the invocations on dictatorships, fanaticism, and elitism are also applicable to Australia. Because Australia as a modern democracy is one of the forerunners for overcoming this consciousness on a planetary scale.

As we did say, in Australia, you need to overcome this, what you call the convict mentality. That those who founded Australia were the ones who were thrown out of England because they were criminals, and they were, therefore, in a lower class of people. This is of course complete nonsense in modern Australia, where many souls have embodied who are mature and advanced souls and certainly capable of taking Australia higher.

Naturally, you can work on some of the same issues that you see in other democracies. One is that there is a certain tendency for Australians to be very independent, very individualistic, and very suspicious of the government. You see some tendency to think that the government is out to get you, that there is a secret conspiracy behind the government, and so on. You can make calls on this. I am not saying there is a secret conspiracy. You can make calls on the mentality that causes many people to distrust the government.

Australia is also a very large nation, a continent. Many, many people live out in the outback, where they live very isolated lives. You need to recognize that a nation like Australia attracts the kind of people who are very independent minded, and who want to isolate themselves from society. And these people are, by definition, in a mindset where they are very suspicious of authority and society. And this is not really a constructive attitude to have in a democracy.

You can see the same thing in America, to some degree in Canada, because of the size of the country. But you can see that it is not constructive in a democratic nation to have some people who distrust democracy or distrust the government. It is better in a democratic nation, that people are willing to engage in all levels of government in order to improve things instead of standing back and only criticizing or thinking that there is nothing you can do because they are all bought, and there is a secret conspiracy running the country behind the scenes, and there is nothing you can do about it.

Well, if you think there is nothing you can do about it, there is nothing you can do about it. But if you think there is something you can do about it, there is something you can do about it. You can make the calls for more and more Australians to overcome this mentality, where they are actually also willing to overcome this not only distrust of the government but distrust of other people, the tendency to want to isolate themselves, because there is not as high of a level of unity and oneness in Australia as there is in some other democracies.

And this is definitely something that would be a benefit to Australia and a necessity for Australia moving further into the golden age. Otherwise, what we have said, generally about the golden age and being able to receive new ideas, of course applies to Australia as well.


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