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https://pixabay.com/static/uploads/photo/2015/01/08/15/49/cloud-593161_960_720.jpg“Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature. And that is because, in the last analysis, we ourselves are a part of the mystery that we are trying to solve.” ~ Max Planck

We are all agents of consciousness.

In Australian Aboriginal tradition, one of the oldest religious beliefs still practised today, Dreamtime (the Dreaming) is how the world is continually created. The sacred Rainbow Serpent—a creator god—connects the rainbow and the snake who share a common shape, distilling the season’s cycles, representing water as an essential part of life, and reminding us of God through the vastness of the sky.

The Serpent is viewed as a provider and creator of life through water, its lyrical shape and movement is its life-force, its power to strike is the immense force of Nature. A Rainbow seen across the sky is the rainbow serpent moving between waterholes. An angry or vengeful serpent will bring natural disasters like drought, flood, thunder, lightning and bush fires. The Serpent deity rules via water, meandering across the landscape creating rivers, streams, waterways and lakes on its journey from the hills down to the ocean.

The immense Serpent created the Earth fashioned from the ground up into sculptural forms, ridges and gorges.The Australian Aboriginal people feel the full force and thrust of Nature—it is alive in their tradition. “Everywhen” denotes the here and now, which is past, present and future co-existing as one without separation.

Mystery is always tangible for them, it breathes into their souls, it animates them.

The concept of dreaming creation into being is not only an Aboriginal one, it’s common to many ancient cultures.

Only God and Man can create out of dreams.

Ancient Egyptians used dream temples, which were healing centres or hospitals under the guidance of Imhotep, High Priest of Ra, the sun god. These dream temples apparently focused on the psychology of the mind, chanting for trance or hypnosis, dream analysis, meditation, fasting, and sacrifices to the spirit gods. Similarly, the ancient Greeks and Romans built sleep temples. Greek healing temples were called Asclepieion, which focused on healing prayers to Asclepios, the God of Medicine.

When we explore our cultural history and lost civilisations, we can unearth something about ourselves, perhaps forgotten in layers of subconscious miasma. We can rediscover our profound connection to Nature and our own role in the creation of our inner and outer worlds. We can explore dreaming and consciousness and engage with our power of now. Aboriginal rites may have been painted by Western historians as “primitive”—yet that only diminishes us if we see the world through such myopic eyes. In fact, the author and scientist, Fred Alan Wolf, has a theory that dreaming is the basis of consciousness—through dreaming, we are able to create and manifest a sense of ourselves. Perhaps our Aboriginal fore-bearers had the more accurate understanding of the world, and Western ideology was really the “primitive” one?

The dreamtime is alive and well and we are always invited to experience its eloquence.

Imagine for a moment being released by all acquired identities and transported into the dreamtime. Stepping out of body, going up a few levels to a place of spirit beyond space and time, where there are no definitions of right and wrong and definitely no “should” or “shouldn’t,” “ifs” or “buts!” I like to describe this infinite space of possibility as the mind of Creator. In this wonderful playground of consciousness, I am no thing, nothing. I can play, dancing with the infinite, being a Game-master. Since there are no rules, I cannot make mistakes. I float freely in pure spirit—weightless and formless, I dance without a body, with no agenda, without gender, history or future, and all is fun. I am at one with all Creation. In this space, there is pure harmony.

Holding a sacred space with Creator, I am in the Divine womb being purified. In this way, I spiritually experience myself and the world in a new way, so I may come out elevated and my consciousness expanded. I may come to understand people and myself from a new, higher perspective. I may have many realisations about how I have been viewing and etching my reality.

Coming down a few levels, I return back to my Earthly body and get sucked back into this vortex and ground myself into the Earth, embracing my human-ness. I may still go back into the dreamtime whenever is appropriate. What is important to take from my experience in the dreaming, is to look and see with my heart, to lead in all areas from the heart. If one sees from the heart, one will find it all. Compassion and devotion will expand naturally.

In this earthly realm, we believe in space and time (past, present and future). Everything about this planet seems so real. However, if we take ourselves up a few notches, we realise we are spirit having a human experience, and the entire creation is a hologram of consciousness.

Our cognitive empowerment does not always equate to our physical, emotional and spiritual selves. There can be a disconnect between manifesting our ideal life and the pivot point of the present, where we meet this moment in time. In other words—whilst we may feel ourselves as spiritual beings, the reality we meet may differ vastly from the peace, tranquility and love we wish to experience.We are a human vessel within the hologram. We are a cell within the Gaia consciousness, within the collective mind.

Since there are so many aspects to our beingness—to who we are as human beings—we are always playing a balancing act, sculpting our reality like fine masters, yet also succumbing to the physical structures and events in place, and the agendas of other sets or clusters of consciousness. Since the time we think is real is pure illusion, it’s like our whole world that seems so real, is actually merely a mask created by and for consciousness, constantly changing and infinite in all directions. All that remains is the power of now—the now that is really eternity.

The “human” experience of “reality,” identification with the ego, and the carrying of so many symbols and thought-constructs of who and what we are (none of which are real)—involves a temporary body living on borrowed time. The physical world we create for ourselves is a self-deception. It is only the soul that we take with us, it is only the soul that is long-lasting and our link to the infinite, the Divine.

Whatever dramas we face are always and perpetually self-created to facilitate growth and healing.

Whatever experiences touch our lives, however complete they may seem from our point of view, are part of the narrative of the mind. Experiences are moods of the elements, like the movements of the moon and the sun. As seriously as we take life, from this point of view, life is change itself—consciousness at play and becoming aware of itself. Infinite creations and infinite alternatives exist in all dimensions.

We are merely vessels of consciousness.

To be human means to live within a created reality, that although technically is an illusion, feels so densely physical and plays according to physical rules like gravity. Masters of creation could play with this unity field, as they knew it was not real. Since we think it is real, it shows itself to be very real. If you run through a wall, you may find yourself on the ground in pain. Be careful with these ideas, as only someone who has not invested in this construct of reality, the belief that we are physical, is able to shape-shift, to levitate, to walk on water.

Game-changers are not attached to the illusion and therefore can move beyond the collective energetic matrix.

The energy we have collected communicates to us in thought-forms that align with our belief system and soul consciousness. How does one break through from these belief systems?

In awareness, we may release identification with those aspects of ourselves out of harmony, healing all dissonance and creating new frontiers that are already here in other dimensions. Knowing is not enough—we have to embody and live it too—we have to understand the signature of the reality we wish to create.

Since all that we experience is a function of consciousness, all energy that is created by consciousness may become part of the eternal now. Consciously creating is simply believing something and expecting it to be realised—the timeline is up to what we believe it should be.

As we weave ourselves through the Divine matrix, we become more self-aware and gradually co-exist with change as masters of creation.

Enjoy the dreaming!

 

 

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https://pixabay.com/en/sunset-peace-solitude-calm-nature-1207326/Another day, another massacre.

An explosion of innocence, as fear spreads to the collective, and darkness falls—there is little escape from the maelstrom.

Whether gay, Jewish, Hindu, Western, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist or secular, there is always a new target and justification for unjustifiable violence. How can we dance when the sky is burning?

Why do we pretend our religions are perfect and beyond reproach? Humanity’s evolution is slowed by religions more than any other factor. Every religion struggles to understand the new environment of terror. Muslim sympathisers struggle to come to terms with the hijacking of their “peaceful” religion, and confusion descends in the West.

How do we understand inherently violent religions and come to terms with them, sanitise them and gentrify them for Western tastes? Have we tested our left-wing theories and actually studied religious texts and history?

Christianity has somehow emerged more palatable in the West. The violence and ethnic cleansing seen in the Bible on the basis of the claim of divine revelation to murder inspired the Crusades and and other atrocities. See: https://www.ushmm.org/research/the-center-for-advanced-holocaust-studies/programs-ethics-religion-the-holocaust/articles-and-resources/christian-persecution-of-jews-over-the-centuries

Are religions a force for good in the world?

The misconception that we shouldn’t judge a religion by its followers needs to be critically evaluated. The relevance of religions that include hatred and extremism in their “holy” books also requires careful analysis. Is it appropriate to whitewash Islam, which is the quintessence of multiplicity, having little knowledge of Mohammed, the Qu’ran and the history of Islam?

The truth is we are all victims of extremist religions, their dogma and our out-dated obsession with so-called revelations and words fixed in “holy” books from hundreds or thousands of years ago. We are all suffering directly due to the effect of ignorance and disempowerment sparked by religions. Blind faith can only seem attractive if one is unable to think for oneself, to seek evidence and apply common sense.

There is an inherent danger when we turn to religions for answers without applying critical analysis. What is to be gained by clinging to old ideas, cultures and religious cliques that have held back progress for generations; suppressed women, education and scientific advancement?

Within the Judeo-Christian tradition, we have a clear biblical justification for sexism, genocide, ethnic cleansing, racism, homophobia, and slavery. (See below)

The Bible contains numerous references to human rights abuses. It also elevates men into positions of power over women, and condones overt or subtle oppression of women, at least in the consciousness of humanity. It spreads the message of domination over nature—forming the nexus between Western capitalism and globalisation of Western values (i.e., Consumerism).

If a religion calls for murder in the name of God, then find a new religion. God is not perverted. God never favoured men over women, nor issued final prophecies or revelations to the “chosen” elite. God never told us to destroy nature so that we may achieve short-term wealth. We are all children of a higher power. As the offspring of creation we carry the divine spark within. As messengers with a soul, we are the harbingers of new possibilities, change and a new consciousness spreading and emanating from love. This evolution would be a revolution of love if we took religious distortions out of the field. Instead we are going through a violent reformation.

We feel a sense of disconnection and hence seek to belong. Spiritually, if there is no developed sense of identity, role-modeling and embodiment of spiritual values, the void is filled by emptiness and false prophets.

We belong already—we are already whole, sacred, divine, complete.

Cascading fears and doubts arise to the surface whilst young disaffected youths cry out for freedom, and lured in by the passion of extremist ideology, they are deceived into fighting for the apocalypse and destroying the “infidels” of the West. Fueled by testosterone and the need to find expression and fight oppression, they only become victims of ignorance and dogma, victims of nefarious clerics of hatred.

Religions have traditionally played an important role in spreading fear and suppressing people from reaching their true potential. Whilst some good has been done in the name of religion, overall most religious rhetoric seems to disconnect people from their divinity and disempower their spirits. It teaches people to follow “truths” because prophets walked the stars and were “above and beyond” them. Always, the message is to be found and clarified within a book, within the words of the “sages.” Always, religious leaders come along and interpret the words for their own agendas. Always, ignorance is victorious and people cling to the “words” out of blind faith, or desperation.

It does feel safer to know that the truth is written in a book. It means not having to think for yourself. When God came along and chose your people and your religion, then you are “chosen” by God, you are special, and more special than other people.

So we see more ignorance and hypocrisy and the disconnection and removal of common-sense, self-responsibility, equality, harmony, self-empowerment.

If you’re forced to follow some laws written by some “guru” from thousands of years ago, it’s hard to feel your own authority. Rather than being our own authority figures and learning to think and differentiate for ourselves in a plural and changing environment, religions teach us not to think for ourselves, but rather to follow a dogma that is the intractable “word of God” according to them.

Even the most intelligent people fall for the aura of religious authority. We are all the victims of religions that deny our humanity and seek scapegoats for their own indiscretions, instead of teaching and practising self-responsibility. We may be collective victims, yet we are individually responsible to spread awareness, as you cannot enslave a liberated mind.

Humanity’s evolution is being hijacked by the traditional forces of religions countering progress and advancement and celebrating old-world philosophies and dogma. We are not labels (black, white, gay, Muslim, Christian)—we are human beings. Even the Bible selectively proclaims our divinity:

“I say, ‘You are gods;

you are all children of the Most High.’”

~ Psalms: 82:6, Holy Bible, New Living Translation

Our role on the planet is to raise the frequency of peace, love and compassion from within. As Mohandas Gandhi taught, “Each one has to find his peace from within. And peace to be real must be unaffected by outside circumstances.”

Outside of the energy of fear, we have bountiful reminders that expand our ability to worship the Creator, to raise one’s affirmations to the stars. The only true religion is love. Uniting against hatred is not to pretend that hatred doesn’t exist—it is to raise and elevate human possibility, to reach for greater achievements—more love, more forgiveness, more grace—not for ephemeral, vain and selfish attainments like revenge.

Now is the time to be the elevation.

Illumination comes from stillness. Peace arises naturally after a storm has swept across the landscape. One cannot force peace. It’s important to recognise that spreading the message of peace expands the vibration of peace. Then it follows that peace lives in our actions.

We will arise like doves again from the ashes renewed and reinvigorated, ready to love all that is with our passion undimmed. We will step into the light again, this time taking all of humanity with us.

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Selected Biblical Quotes:

Sexist?

“Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord.

For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the head of the church, his body, of which he is the Saviour.

Now as the church submits to Christ, so also wives should submit to their husbands in everything.”

~ Ephesians 5:22-6:9, New International Version

Ethnic Cleansing?

“You must completely destroy the Hittites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites, and Jebusites, just as the Lord your God has commanded you.”

~ Deuteronomy 20:17, New Living Translation

Genocide?

“Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy all that belongs to them. Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys.’”

~ 1 Samuel 15:3, New International Version

For more information, see: http://atlantablackstar.com/2014/04/30/10-biblical-scriptures-that-sanction-slavery-rape-and-genocide/

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FURTHER ANALYSIS:

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Photo: Katia Romanova/FlickrThe mind projects the universe onto the screen of awareness that is consciousness.

The mind is a filter of this consciousness, allowing us access to our soul knowledge and higher knowledge of the realms beyond.

The sequencing mechanism is the brain and central nervous system.The brain is a physical component of the body whereas the mind has no exact physical location. The mind encompasses far more, the mental aspect that includes the body, self-awareness and subjectivity.

When physical stimuli enter the body, they are converted into electrical or chemical signals and sent to the brain, where neurons in turn release signals which may produce mental signals like thoughts or perceptions. Essentially, a physical component is converted into a mental signal that creates a subjective response—thought or feeling.

The wisdom and feeling centre is the heart. The gut is the physical and primal gateway into life (our physical life-source from foetus to birth via the umbilical cord into infancy and beyond).

Our breathing is part of our mind consciousness. The breath is our constant exchange with our immediate environment, the atmosphere around us. Most people make an average of 750 million breaths in a lifetime. Each time is an opportunity for effortless relaxation, for awareness of life’s constant ebb and flow and ongoing changing nature. Impermanence is the signature of the breath.

The mind has a vision and ability to bring to life that which one is as a creative consciousness. The mind will not always support people to envision and manifest what it is they want—it has the mission to reflect and mirror the creation of what is.

There is no coincidence in reading (or writing) these words—nothing is accidental or beyond the infinite mind. The self is not separate from the Higher self or soul being. The body is a temporary vessel for our spiritual essence and through knowledge comes expanded understanding of our innate abilities and potentiality. Do we respect this vessel, guide it, treat it with love, honour and respect?

Some might wonder, “What am I supposed to be doing?” The answer is in our name—human beings. We are not human doings. Innately we are of purpose, of value, integrity and worth just by our being—our very nature is part of the Divine and sacred essence. When we seek this purpose outside of our soul’s plan for us, it can lead to feelings of disconnection, confusion and loss.

This means we can relax, breathe, take it easy. It means the burden vanishes, disappears and we no longer need to carry it with us or revisit it ever again. We are all learning to soften our labels and judgements and expand the love vibration.

All human beings currently incarnated have strong lessons of judgement to work out, as we expand our consciousness. When we realise that we are all unique expressions of the Divine blueprint, and no two beings are created the same, it unlocks an important understanding of expansiveness and a vast multifarious natural world.

There is nothing to seek—it is all with us already. We are love and we are never separated from God.

The feeling of separation is common to people and leads them on a search. This feeling is an illusion. All feelings are valid but so are illusions. We do not need to seek to suppress feelings or illusions, just choose different experiences and expressions for ourselves.

There are many different levels of soul knowledge; we are able to access this knowledge through our crown chakra if we allow for an opening to come through. We are the ones that develop this channel so the wisdom from the infinite realm can penetrate. It is much like a stream that is there just waiting to be tapped into.

We are also all linked to the collective mind or what Jung called the collective unconscious. In our ascension to higher levels of awareness, also known as humanity’s awakening, we are starting to consciously evolve and be aware of all the darkness that has held us hostage for so long—the pitfalls of ego consciousness—selfishness, fear, alienation, separation, greed, control, lust, abuse of power and an endless desire for material possessions.

For too long the original loving blueprint has decayed and the powers of selfishness have over-run the planet. A person always has the opportunity and invitation to move beyond this plague of materialism and enter into a pure state of awareness where the authentic soul essence is revealed.

Many of us currently incarnated have been busy liberating and clearing our karma from previous lifetimes. The law of karma is in essence a spiritual law of consequence, that says that everything we do to others will be done to us. Every event that occurs will create a response directly relative to its cause.

“Who you are” is reflected in what you have brought forth into fulfilment as a being of light.

In each person, there is God consciousness, which is love. God is pure love, and purity is without doubt. The prism of density with which we understand the world is encumbered by the Earth dimension. This places a limitation on our ability to connect to God, yet it does not make it impossible.

We are not separate from each other, nor is the world completely illusory. God is revealed within the illusion, as well as being part of the illusion. Once we make the leap into feeling, we can feel that we all are alike, we all are from one Source, we are all part of God. There is a corollary to this insight—God created us as we created God. The universe is within. In Mahanirvana tantra, there is a saying, “In truth, every body is the universe.”

This connection to eternity holds great potential. By loving the self and the world as we project it to be, we have the power to change it all.

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Photo: Joshua Earle/Unsplash Dharma is like karma…it’s unavoidable.

The moment you’re born, you’re given an identity—a sex and a gender, a race, a name, a nationality, a religion. You’re even given a surname and status based on the family you’re born into.

In the birthing process preceding this moment, you may have been exposed to brutality via well-meaning doctors and nurses, toxic pain-numbing drugs, harsh unnatural lighting, even pulled out by cold metal forceps, your umbilical cord severed the moment you entered human life, and so on. Our society places most value on a quantitative medical approach that highlights shock-first avoidance of imminent dangers, and dealing with the consequences later. Environmental and qualitative factors have been neglected in the medical establishment to make way for clinical “efficiency.”

Without your consent, you’re given pharmaceutical vaccines that may or may not affect you within the first months or years of your life. In some cases, depending on culture and the personal beliefs of your family, you are circumcised, a surgical intervention for life. Most families create a scenario for you that includes the type of style and design of your life, from room colours, to crib design, to scents, toys, even down to your clothes.

You may be given a brother or sister, a father or mother, or all of the above. There are factors at play based on where you rank within the family, for instance whether you are first-born or the youngest, and on and on.

So many identities are imposed upon you without your agreement.

All these identities are false at worst, or incomplete at best—due to the body being a vehicle for the soul. Empty your mind of all these false identities that reflect circumstance and karma, shape your destiny and every aspect of your beliefs. Imagine for a moment being formless, having no identities applied to you. Consider your true essence that is beyond identity or ego. Whatever the identities given to you, you are actually a soul housed in a human body. That’s the most important aspect—not the sex bit or the religion bit, or any other bit for that matter.

The more we have been sucked into conventions of the false identity and the ego-created self, the more we feel “lost.” Our disconnection in itself is an illusion fashioned by the mechanisation of our spirits. It is not an actual loss, but an imagined one. We are the ones who have created this separation between us and our nature, us and the maternal Goddess, our Creator. What we are is beyond all notions of separation or non-separation. As Adyashanti said,

“The Truth of what you are is beyond all duality and all notions of non-duality. Yet it includes both. Like an ocean that is waves and stillness and yet un-definable as either one of them.”

How has this loss of power and understanding occurred and how can we get back our soul connection? How can we feel and operate from unconditional love for ourselves and others and re-introduce the sense of brotherly and sisterly love that was experienced by our ancestors living and surviving in communities?

How we understand ourselves is essential in philosophically facing this question.

When the Buddha described the concept of dukkha in his first teaching, he was talking about the nature of life being unsatisfying based on his experience of wealth and status that didn’t fulfill his heart. It was his destiny to see beyond the opulence of his kingdom—to see and feel the suffering of his brethren, and take that personally, take it on himself to enlighten their path. The Pali word “dukkha” has many meanings, including that everything is “temporary” or “imperfect.” It is our dharma to perfect the world, and not sit by and surrender to ill-will, distortion or suffering.

Our culture has bred consumers that are half-asleep and numbed out by drugs, alcohol, television and systemisation. The more you’re sleeping, the more you will follow each other like sheep, without questioning. Our society takes away the love, meaning, soulful connection and joy of being, and replaces it with the myth of consumerism. We are so hungry for soul love, for divine love, for feeling “whole and complete,” that we will keep buying things, and endlessly consuming to fill these insatiable needs. The void can never be filled with consumable things, status, money or drugs. It can only be filled by love, peace, connection and presence.

Our very divinity or connection to spirit is the harbinger of joy, because as spiritual beings, we are infinitely connected and never alone. The keeper of happiness is not the banks, economy or monetary system. It’s not in working harder.

Awaken, dear friends.

We are all collectively creating this dream of life. We are creating our happiness, our wellness, our world as it is. As co-creators, we thus have the individual responsibility to create a peaceful and harmonious world. If we each imagine our world as safe and filled with the joy of all life, it will be so. And so it is.

If our world is not as we wish, it is our duty and responsibility to change it in living action, not just as wishful thoughts. It is actions that make a significant difference living in this, a material world. Kindness in action will shift our entire reality—not only in how we behave toward fellow human beings, but also how we treat the animal and plant kingdoms.

Many are so afraid, even terrified to be themselves. They would rather choose not to be visible than to be seen, than to be who they are. One of my most important missions is to empower people to be themselves. If we are naked, then we reveal our true selves. Our soul essence arises from this space of authenticity, non-pretense. Revealing all, all is revealed to be. What this means is that in revealing all, we allow all parts of ourselves and others to be okay.

It is not our differences that define us. We are far more similar than we realise—feeling, breathing, dreaming creatures. We are all the same—as the poet Rumi wrote,

“Longing to find our way back.
Back to the One,
The Only One.”

We don’t need to suffer—we are not here to suffer.

The spiritual teacher, pragmatist Byron Katie writes in Loving What Is, “The only time we suffer is when we believe a thought that argues with what is. When the mind is perfectly clear, what is is what we want.”

Pure acceptance of what presents itself removes the power of the suffering mind. When we accept what is happening, and accept whatever experience presents itself, whatever conditions we encounter are just so, conditions that will always be changing in the current of existence. All conditions are changing, all of life is transient. All of life is a teacher of impermanence. Streaming awareness is a dance that can transform in an instant to be something completely different.

Hate can metamorphose into love when awareness shifts.

The suffering “victim” asks, “Why me—why is this happening to me? It shouldn’t be happening this way. This is unfair. Why, why, why…?”

There, often in our nature, we feel an unfairness when we face challenging circumstances, particularly if we are not used to being resilient or not used to life being hard. If one is the recipient of a difficulty, particularly those that are unforeseen like an accident, or the sudden loss of a loved one or one’s own imminent death, it’s almost a natural response to resist, to ask “Why me?” and to question God. Our society does not teach us how to encounter grief and loss, how to process suffering, how to accept change.

We tend to create a lot of drama from the why me perspective. This trait is common to all of us, as it’s one of the fundamental archetypes. Important to note if you observe it in yourself, is that you are the creator of this conceptual framework and you are its victim. Seeing oneself as a victim prevents one from taking responsibility. It creates dependence and a lazy mind that surrenders—instead of taking action.

I do believe there is an implicit order and every story is a slightly different tune played with the same instruments or theme. We will all have to face the demon of unfairness at some point in our lives. Out of suffering, have emerged the likes of Helen Keller, Martin Luther-King, Gandhi, Mother Theresa, Nelson Mandela and so on. The famous psycho-analyst and holocaust survivor, author of the classic self-development bible Man’s Search for Meaning, Victor Frankl, believed that everyone has a specific purpose in life:

“Everyone has his own specific vocation or mission in life… Therein he cannot be replaced, nor can his life be repeated. Thus, everyone’s task is as unique as is his specific opportunity to implement it.”

If we view life from this perspective, it helps us to see and accept experience for what it is. It helps us to realise that each person has a unique karma, a unique journey—we each have a specific and important part to play. All that is happening is part of the Divine plan, a wondrous energy of love beyond our understanding. When the heart is opened, all else disappears and we become one with love, one with one’s purpose.

The moment your mind is connected to your heart, and you become clear and present in the experience and embodiment of love, you will know your purpose, because it will cease to live just in your thoughts—it will be felt, known, experienced and lived.

Will you take ownership of your own happiness and start being a person of purpose and integrity—orientating yourself to come from a heart space?

What is your purpose? will you write your dreams in the sky and make them a reality by taking action today—or wait for an eternity for a flash from the heavens?

 

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