I picked up my first new age book at 10 years old… It was, “You Can Heal Your Life”, by Louise Hay. My mom and I saw her on the Oprah Winfrey Show back in the 80′s… My mom found her intriguing, so she bought the book, but, I was the one who actually read it from cover to cover. My first New Age movie was “Out on a Limb”, it was based on Shirley McClaine’s early shift into awakening and consciousness… I’m pretty sure I was either a pre-teen, or in my early teens when it was released. But, the point I’m making is this… My entire life has been about getting to where I am now. And, where am I?? I’m in the midst of my Masterhood… That’s where I am.
I’d also like to mention, there’s no happiness in the world of “entitlement”. I mean, while you’re demanding things from people, you must realize, you are demanding, because you aren’t likeable enough to be given anything.
Recently, I’ve watched as so many deceits, lies and deceptions, have finally made their way to the surface–to light. The thing about being a liar is, your ultimate victim will always be you. No matter how long it takes, the truth will find its way to the surface of consciousness, and sometimes, its so loud, it’s so huge, its so in-your-face, that it may almost “seem” ugly. But, again…that isn’t so… When truth enters the consciousness, and it is embraced you can bet your ass… healing is holding its hand. They come together, they work together, they are partners. Truth brings healing… Lies bring hurt. You could argue with me, but, again… the proof is in the living. And, that cannot be disputed.
Love is an energy that is so amazing because its all ecompassing. Love allows freedom of expression. Can you truly love yourself, if you aren’t honest in how you express yourself? Can you truly love yourself, if your entire identity is built upon the ideas of someone else? …Hm… Can you truly love someone if you keep attempting to mold them into who you want them to be, rather than who they’ve chosen to be. See, I love a lot of people–some of them I can deal with, some of them I can deal with from afar, and some I cannot deal with at all. But, because I love them–I love them where they are, even if that’s far away from me. Love doesn’t require a leash–just so you know.
In the silence, all of your various you(s), aspect, or fragments, etc… come to ask for healing, and eventually integration. If you’re currently scattered, you can bet in your silence moments, there will that part of you that says, “I’m tired of being sad, afraid, perfect, angry, lonely…” They will come to you and ask that you heal them. And, in order to heal, you will have to recall all the emotions that come with healing.
Being alone–cost nothing. Being alone, without distraction will allow you to come to the realization what you need most in life, is always available to you–tax free, no membership-fees, or co-sign necessary. What you need is you. There are a myraid of ways to find the silence within.
I’d like to tell you people won’t judge you-but, they will. And, hey, you know what?? Let them. But, you don’t have to make that part of your equation. And, you definitely do not, have to have them in your life. If you’re doing your best, and you give your all–that’s it, that’s all there is to give. So, there’s nothing to apologize for. In the end, it’s you that has to walk your road, live your life and deal with the consequences of your choices. That’s not a light-weight existence. That’s all the time, every where, every day, until you are no longer embodied. That’s real.
There are no victims here. There are insecure people who are now paying for looking outside of themselves to resolve their issues. Every person of power understands that as a species we have insecurities and fears. And, in order to gain control over the masses, people who want power inflate, fan and prey on those insecurities and fears. And, that is how the world became the way it is.
There’s been this running theme in my life, where I’m going on my merry way, living, learning, loving and laughing. And, then, all of a sudden out of nowhere I’m being emotionally, verbally or psychically attacked by some small, insecure person who needs me to pay attention to them. I want to make this clear. I have no tolerance for the insecure person, who wants to play victim in an imaginary situation with me. It’s becoming more and more clear that there are a lot of people out there who see light, and instead of appreciating it–they attack. Okay, I [...]