Question: I have a question. Yesterday in the Great Divine Director’s dictation he mentioned that Jesus had finally said, “That’s enough.” and then he was able to act. So do we have to appeal to Jesus to commit to the idea of that’s enough? Because Jesus said “Enough is enough” in a particular situation, then the Great Divine Director was able to remove it on his request. So now do we have to appeal to Jesus to have enough of something before it can be cleared out?
This answer was given by Kim Michaels at a conference in Holland.
Kim: If you have had enough?
Question: No, if Jesus has had enough.
Kim: No. I think we have to decide individually when we have had enough of something on earth.
Comment: Jesus had made the comment that enough was enough.
Kim: Yes. But he also said that it was because Jesus had been in embodiment on earth. That’s why he had the right to decide this was enough on earth with these fallen beings and their opportunities.
Question: So he was talking about the fallen beings at that time of embodiment and not at that particular moment when we were doing the decrees?
Kim: It was just that Jesus had given them an opportunity during the Piscean Age, even to lead the Christian churches. But he had now decided, because cycles had turned, that this was enough, that they should no longer be given an opportunity, and that’s why they could be taken.
We are also in embodiment, and I think we have a right to look at the earth and say: “This particular issue here, I’ve had enough of that. It’s simply enough, and I’m demanding that these forces will be given that judgment: Will you choose the light or choose to hold onto the darkness?” And if the darkness, then Archangel Michael must come in and take them.” I mean, we have a right to command that. I think that’s what he was trying to say: We can do what Jesus did. We don’t need to be ascended.
Comment: I understood that differently. I understood it was because Jesus gave the Great Divine Director the authority to step in. That’s what I understood.
Comment: That’s how I understood it.
Comment: I like how you explained it because that’s how I understood it. I thought that Jesus had had enough, and that was it.
Kim: I think you’re both right in a sense. It’s just that there are different things we’re focusing on.
Comment: I thought that Jesus thought it was enough, and that’s why the Great Divine Director came.
Comment: It’s like we are giving the masters the authority to act because of our calls.
Kim: I think both are right. Maybe what I was saying was going beyond what he was actually saying, but I just sense that he wants us to see that we also have that right to say: “Enough is enough.” It’s a planetary thing.
Comment: We have the authority but not the power.
Kim: Yes. So we really have to say: “No, I will not tolerate that on this planet.”
Comment: Then we need the crucible of the numbers to be able to have that effect.
Kim: I still think it’s effective when one person does it. It just won’t maybe remove all of the fallen beings, but it will remove some. And then it will gradually start growing.
Comment: It seemed like Jesus saying this was enough was also part of a certain number of currently embodied people saying they’d had enough, that he wasn’t just arbitrarily picking this particular moment.
Kim: Yes, because enough people had started to wake up. It wasn’t just his decision. So that’s probably where it ties in: The more we wake up, the more we can remove.
Comment: We have to remember that it’s a schoolroom, and until certain lessons are clear for us, the dark forces are also teachers of us.
Kim: Yes, and probably we won’t be able to say “enough is enough” until we’ve transcended the consciousness, because otherwise we’ll still be justifying it.
Comment: We do have the power.
Kim: Yes, we have the authority to tell them to remove something.
Comment: In many cases we can feel and say we deserve better.
Kim: Yes, and that’s what I was saying earlier with loving yourself. You have to come to the point of decision where you say: “No, this is enough. I will not accept more of this.” Think how adaptable we are as human beings. Just think how incredibly adaptable we are, and we can get so used to something that we don’t even see that it shouldn’t be there. So we have to come to where we say: “No, no, this evil just isn’t right. It’s just not acceptable to me.” And before we do that, we are in fact accepting it. Silence means consent.
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