Life reveals contrast. Life brings us conflict. Life can be a struggle that we resist or an eternal life we live. We can flow with the river or be a rock eroded over time. Life is like our body when it is trying fight a virus, there is an internal struggle, a war really, that is taking place to bring harmony back to the body. The way of life is as it is so that consciousness can experience perceived separateness to know oneness. When we are presented with opportunities to flow with life we get to choose which path we will take. The path of resistance is struggle but eventually leads to surrender. Life can be a fire that burns away what is temporal, revealing what is eternal. The path of eternal life is living as a human form in harmony with life to enjoy the miracle of life. As eternal consciousness, we manifested as form to experience the formless.
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Life is Easy
Life is Easy Did you know life really isn't hard at all? Life is easy. When we try so hard to control life, life is hard because life can't be controlled. But when we know life can't be controlled, life is easy because we are along for the ride. Then we see the ride has a … Continue reading Life is Easy
Call me crazy
I saw an image, a picture really, or maybe it was a video in my head. What I saw was Adam, inanimate Adam, the dirt man lying in the arms of God. This Adam was lifeless but looked like Adam. Arguably the whole Garden story is a poem and very metaphorical but hang with me … Continue reading Call me crazy
Fear never motivates
In the last post I talked about "What's your motivation?" The truth is love motivates you. Love is what you are. Love made you. We forget that truth. We operate out of the opposite. We operate out of fear. Fear never motivates. The word motivate is a form of the word motive. The etymology (word origin) … Continue reading Fear never motivates
Do you SEE me?
I and the Father are one...Do you not believe that I am in the Father and the Father is in me (Jesus) The lie of separation is why Jesus came. We humans believed we were separate from the divine. In this separation mindset we built societal structures, mythologies, religions, philosophies and more that assumed God was … Continue reading Do you SEE me?