The raw Gaia Portal update is first, followed by my extrapolated meanings in black.
Storms of compliance erupt, then fade.
Collective fears are viewed, then released.
Emanations of Inner Greatness of Spirit come to the fore.
Posthumous ramblings comply.
I do not have an insider or direct source for the meanings below. This is my interpretation of the update, based on extrapolation and contextual usage of the terms. The meanings provided are not the only ones that can be gleaned; in my view, all meanings have value, especially when shared and discussed openly. Please comment below if interested, I’d love to hear other’s thoughts on this material.
Interpretations: “Storms of compliance erupt, then fade.” – The term compliance refers to the act of conforming or adhering to a command. A subordinate who performs an action in accordance with a command given is said to have complied. A storm of compliance would be many individuals agreeing to perform some kind of action. The statement makes no mention of what is being complied with, whether it is beneficial or deleterious, but given the latter portion of the statement referring to fading, it could indicate that individuals were following these orders and then, via a process of inner discernment, decided not to. In this case, the order or command is most likely from a human source or close to it, as in a government or institution. An individual’s ability to make a judgment call about a command is what differentiates a slave from a freeman. Soldiers follow orders without question, even if they are immoral and destructive, but a warrior evaluates a command and chooses to comply only if it harmonizes with their ideal. A spiritual warrior is one who is subordinate to the universal spirit or the creator. A spiritual warrior evaluates a command against the spiritual laws of the universe (Natural Law), listening to their inner voice of spirit to determine if it is valid and just. And when a spiritual warrior discovers that an order is not moral, they choose not to comply. Quite possibly this statement is referring to this process of inner evaluation because often times following immoral orders leads one to conclude that they would not do so again in the future. For example, some soldiers who experienced combat during the War on Terror have seen the truth behind their actions and now choose not to fight in these wars. I have a personal friend who shared this experience with me, as verification.
“Collective fears are viewed, then released.” – A collective fear could be any socially enforced or promoted fear. For example, the media actively promotes fear of “terrorists” which have become a social norm. It is now socially unacceptable not to fear terrorists. Another example is the fear of death. One who does not fear death and actively shares this perspective is considered strange or abnormal, and one who wants to choose when their life ends is labeled insane. Society as we know it is shaped and molded by collective fears because fear is something we’ve chosen to remain ignorant of, something we turn away from, and as a result, controls us. If we fear knowledge about health, we’ll never learn to be healthy. But when we face our fears, we do more than transcend the emotional state of fear, we actually gain knowledge and wisdom, which provides the basis for personal empowerment. For example, if one fears the smell of their own body, they will form habits and behaviors which attempt to avoid this smell. They will use soaps, perfumes and deodorants to remove and mask their natural odor, which leads to poor skin health and exposure to toxic compounds. But when one begins to embrace their own body, seeking to understand the vital oils and substances it produces, a new way of being can be embraced. I recently went through this transition myself.
“Emanations of Inner Greatness of Spirit come to the fore.” – The term emanation refers to an abstract yet perceptible thing that comes from a definite source. For example, the sound of a girl singing can be thought of as a vocal emanation. In this case, the emanations are of Inner Greatness of Spirit, which we could further define in several different ways. Firstly, the term spirit refers to a quintessential quality or essence of a thing, which is non-physical. For example, the spirit of fellowship, is the quality social creatures have in making contact with their fellows. Or the spirit of awakening is the quality of opening oneself to the truth and being transformed as a result. These qualities are manifested in material forms, yet the principle behind them is beyond physical. Inner Greatness we could define as the potentials of an individual, their unique attributes, which are vested only within them and no other. For example, while everyone can sing to some degree, the quality and character of your voice, is unmatched. No one can sing with your voice, only you can. Expanding this idea to its ultimate end, each individual has a unique potential or life path. Each individual embodiment came into the creation for a specific purpose, usually encompassing a seemingly infinite number of quintessential (spiritual) goals, which from an outward perspective may not seem different. But if we consider that the most unique component of ourselves is arguably our personal perspective, then even the act of standing witness to a thing is a supreme and ultimate act of Inner Greatness. Again, your perspective is unmatched, no one can see through your eyes, no one can imagine what you imagine, no one can be you. As a result, each moment of life is quite literally a supreme expression of our unique spiritual essence. But when we actually choose to see the truth of this, when we really know and understand that every moment and every space is sacred, then an emanation of Inner Greatness of Spirit comes to the fore.
“Posthumous ramblings comply.” – The term posthumous refers to something appearing or being rewarded after the death of the originator. For example, if a mother and father couple to produce a child, but the father dies before it is born, when born, the birth would be referred to as a posthumous. The term rambling means speech or writing that is inconsequential or lacks substance, and also refers to the growth of plants or vines that climb up walls or trees. Given the meaning of these two terms, a posthumous rambling would be the rippling after-effects of one’s deeds that come after their death. And if we expand the concept of death to include ego transformation, acts of personal growth attendant with making contact with the truth, then a posthumous rambling would be the changes in one’s life resulting from conscious ego death. These changes would comply with the truth in general or Universal Law, but more specifically be in harmony with the emanations of Inner Greatness of Spirit realized as a result of acting on new knowledge.
In other words, when we finally let go of old beliefs that no longer serve us, we are literally changed, and as a result, our behavior also changes. The effects which follow the causes of inner change pour out as ramblings of secondary causal events. For example, when you finally recognize the truth about toxic chemicals in fast foods, you’ll most likely never want them again. This inner change is reflected outwardly as a change in your behavior when being presented with the offer of fast food. Before you would eat the fast food when seeing it, now you do not. The person who desired fast food is now dead, and in their place, another being was born, who does not desire fast food. This new being complies with the essence of the transformational moment, meaning, this new being won’t want fast food any longer because the new identity emanated from a moment of inner realization.