Take a moment to go inward, opening to a vision of your life as yet unexperienced, a vision for something born of pure wisdom of one who knows nothing, a vision that awaits the simple, quiet act of becoming absolutely still in the complete presence of love. Seek only to find perfect stillness, remaining in quiet gratitude. For […]
“Wise men don’t need to prove their point;
men who need to prove their point aren’t wise.”
— Tao Te Ching – Lao Tzu
Thinking with love is a blessing to ourselves and the world we inhabit. Being loving is not meant to prove a point. It is an action that is whole and complete. Using Lao Tzu’s words and heart, the undertaking of a Love Movement as sharing, not enforcing has been the whole enchilada. Everything is offered up with love for your consideration. You have a choice to be wise, to live in the center of your divine inner wisdom, to experience the grace and ease of source flow of all knowing in complete service to your gifts to our collective humanity.
As inspiration Emanuel Swedenborg’s Divine Love and Wisdom in its preface talks about the sketch of a Roman Garden that adorned the title
page of each of Swedenborg’s books under the phrase Cura Et Labore “with
care and work.” The image of a beautiful garden with a cherub like Angel
watering the plants tending to the well loved garden’s growth and harmony
strikes to the core of any process.
commitment in realizing the fruits of our labor. It represents the opportunity
for us to make manifest the joys of a life fully lived in divine Love. When we
enrich each moment with care and work, making conscious choices. Free of the
energies that keep us bound. We allow nature to take its course in harmony without
calling out the struggle, we effortlessly step into the full beauty of existence.
Life is not always like a box of chocolates, sometimes you do know what you are going to get. There are signs and wisdom designed to give you instructions on the way forward, to guide you with love into new realms. Here are a couple of great wisdom pieces from some of our most loving Wisdom Masters that have helped me.
“Life is like a door: if it is written “pull”, please don’t push.” — Paulo Coelho (@paulocoelho) November 24, 2013
“If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?” ― George Carlin
What matters is you keep your heart open and stay in movement in the divine dance of possibility.
Lots of Love, Mel
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