Do you just talk the talk? Or are you truly willing to walk the walk. I notice that so many people are coming to the world of spirituality. Many are interested in knowing what their future will look like. Others love to hold crystals and practice putting their energy into these beautiful, beautiful stones. Many people are interested in connecting to their angels, their saints. Others are reading books, going to workshops, becoming a better person. Practicing how to expand their intuitive mind.
Out of alignment, would that be you? I know there are times it’s me. For all the work I’ve done, for all the information that I know, in my humanity there are still small pockets where I notice I’m out of alignment. You know, these places of being out of alignment, these are great opportunities to practice so many faces of love.
There is the time I practice compassion for myself because I notice I haven’t been kind. I practice patience because I so want to teach and I want my day to day life to be all about teaching so I need to practice patience as my teaching practice grows.
What will you choose? We live in a time when many people are hungry for connection to the divine. We don’t need to seek externally for that connection. Why? We are the divine. As we travel through our day, how we be, our choice of response to each situation, not just our words, but our attitude, the that we apply to each event, each relationship, that’s what brings our divinity into the physical world or blocks it from being experienced.
Loving what is. How is it that in our human consciousness, our being, our energy in human body, why is it we have such a hard time loving what is?
How do we use the stories in our life in order to grow as spiritual people? How do we not get stuck in the stories and how do we use them in order to move forward?
We are a society, a group of people of human consciousness that loves stories. I’ve spoken about this before. This particular message from spirit is meant to help us to have, to respect, to use our stories for the purpose in which they’ve been given.