Being Centered

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013Whenever we are unfriended on Facebook and feel hit by that rejection, or crushed by a heart-break. That feeling we’re having comes because we are looking at ourselves through the other persons eyes, and in doing so we see judgment, faults and ego. In identifying through the ego, that identification has us responding from the belief of scarcity, and from this we are easily knocked out of balance by the behaviors of others.
When seeking validation from people, what we get in return is a projection from their emotional life experience, and not always a good thing. No matter how good their intentions can be. Other people’s experiences will always differ from our own, and it’s important not to be pushed or pulled by other people’s feelings.
Whenever we look at ourselves through the eyes of God, we see joy, love and perfection. This attention to connection with God keeps us emotionally centered. So when someone close to us crashes emotionally, we don’t fall with them. Or when someone “unfriend” us, we simply bless them on their way.
Being centered with thoughts of self-love and self-loyalty while also in the presence of Source Energy, brings forward life affirming experiences.
I am no longer knocked out of balance, because God in Action is my center, and I’m no longer as effected by something outside of myself.

So when you feel yourself falling into the crushing depths of rejection, wrap yourself in the warm blanket of God’s presence. Beyond a thought or an idea of God. See Him as a friend in the room with you, allow this connection to fill the body with the emotion of belonging to His group. Or whatever that is for you. This keeps us centered and grounded in the present moment, and has our presence empowered by our own design of happiness.

My blessings to you…

“I Love You”

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The term “I love you” is used nearly everywhere, and not always in a nice way. She says it, so he feels obligated to say it back, and if he doesn’t say it she feels rejected. Or when he says “you know I love you”, and the words and the look in his eyes tell two different stories. The phrase “I love you” can create both positive and indifferent qualities, depending upon the emotion behind it. When we use the term loosely it begins to lose it’s luster.
Part of knowing how to provide a nurturing relationship is knowing when it’s the perfect time to say “I love you”. The best time is when the other person is doing, or saying something that nurtures and supports the gift that you are. When our actions are in alignment with our words, we come face to face with purpose. “And like a light kindled from a leaping spark, finds it’s way into the heart, and the world starts making sense”. This becomes god in action in you, because this gives the relationship / marriage shape.

* While he is taking out the garbage, shoveling the driveway, hauling firewood, fixing that squeaky door,  she says “I love you”, because she values that “can do” energy about him.
Or when he stops what he is doing, and gives her his undivided attention. Or he helps her to process through an emotional issue, without he himself engaging in emotion…
We only need to say it when we feel valued in that moment. By saying it every time, it loses that sparkle.
* While she is cooking an amazing meal, when he returns to a warm inviting home, knows his needs before he does, has the clarity and understanding to help him to navigate his emotional world…
This is apart of the action of sacred sex; giving purpose which sculptures the landscape of the wisdom that is performed.

Saying “I love you” can be a very powerful thing, especially when it’s said from the response of the action that produced it. You’re no longer just wondering through life, and trying to guess what your partner’s needs are. They are giving you direct feedback, and a great sense of what it is that they love about you. This in turn gives you direction and purpose. Providing grace and ease in an otherwise unpredictable environment.

My blessings to you…

Notes:
* Sometimes explaining what an “I love you” means can be helpful as well, because what it means to you, and how they may be perceiving it maybe two very different things. Especially in the beginning of relationships where you’re getting to know each other.

Processing the Path

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On the cusp of the Golden Age we are
a time of the ego it is
a test of one’s character we follow.

God’s test to us it is
finds an open heart it does
worthy of the earth it will.

Once a week before the altar they may,
every day others will awaken
to find themselves they do.

Devotion brings guardianship is reached,
the vocabulary of a time-tested relationship.
A key we hold.

A threshold is crossed we do
by the actions of the heart we must,
something to which one is devoted to follow, we are.

Blessings of time tested…

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