Heart Wide Open

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The earth mother is the symbol of this generous womb that gives nourishment, life and vitality to all that live in it. Nature is actually the silent witness of intuition.
Nature is interested in teaching us about the inner eye, the inner ear, the inner capacity to make sense out of something which external consciousness might consider chaotic.
Our disrespect of earth translates into a kind of disrespect of the feminine.
What is blocking our intuitive connection in this world, is a LOT of noise. Distraction from the practice of intuition… The egoic mind calls that entertainment.

The average time a person spends close to running water or surrounded by green is just a sliver against the time immersed in concrete and steel, and constantly confronted by sharp (physical, mental and emotional) edges.
Heart wide open is a practice that brings rhythmic balance to this sharpness of life. Lets get together and reshape this world.

Around about the 27th of this May 2017 we will be experiencing another big shift toward the movement into the 4th dimension (the 5th dimension is the beginning of the Angelic realm). Moving away from ego’s chaos, and into union and harmony.
The more time we give to love and gratitude, the easier this transition will become. The more that we have a connection with heart-full intuition, the less of our outside world can effect our inner happiness. The big solar flair coming from the sun in the next year or 3 will knock out most of our communications, and force us back into nature. For it is only nature that can rescue the intuition.

Blessings…

Unconditional Love

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People talk about unconditional love ALL the time, because it’s about as high as you can go in expressing the value of love to another person. However the notion of unconditional love is a concept and only a concept, it is NOT possible to express pure unconditional love. The moment the thought of love becomes an action, it becomes a condition. Love is a state of being. When you express what it is that love is for you, you are describing your conditions of love. Because we are talking about how we want to be treated. When we talk about deal-breakers in relationships, what we’re really doing is bringing into alignment our conditions, “are we a match”? The only place where we will find the expression of unconditional love is in the emotion of our heart, or the God realm, an environment without contrary. When we are in the Spirit world we are Gods, and when we are on Earth we are humans with very conditioned expressions. We don’t do something without a reason. So why promise something you know you can’t perform?!
To describe unconditional love: You are a stone, and your partner is the wind. The act of unconditional love sets your partner free to dance across the open field and over the hill never to be seen again, and your only thought is to bless them on their way. That is unconditional love. [A one-night-stand is not love, it’s just sex.] To keep someone close to you is conditioned love, because you’re asking them to stay in the box. “I want you to love me like…”, or “I will love you if…” that is a box.
Conditioned love has me backing you up especially if you are the one who stepped out of line. Unconditional love has me calling you on your issues; I don’t back you up if you’re the one who stepped out of line, because I want you to be a better person. I want you to grow from your mistakes; I don’t want to keep you stuck in them.
It’s all because of ego that we’re not able to fully express unconditional love. Animals don’t have ego, and their ability to act out unconditional love is finer tuned simply because they are fully present. Still it’s not complete unconditional love, because you can break an animal’s spirit and have them turn on you. Unconditional love won’t break; it is constant and an unlimited amount of it. And in the human experience everything has a contrary; an opposite. So to expressing unconditional love without its contrary sneaking up on you is impossible.
Say your partner is leaving you, so as they are going out the door, you are blessing them on their way because you are excited for their journey. You have always been excited about the success of their journey, as it takes them away from you. THAT is unconditional love!!! That is spiritual love. Spiritual love is more concerned with the inner personal development and growth as a spiritual being, then how we can stay together. Deeper than flesh and bone. God loves us unconditional, and the only reason you’ll say it’s not, is by your perception of what that definition is. Which again is all about conditions.
When we use the term unconditional love as an action, we are using it simply because we know of no higher expression for this immense feeling exploding inside us. The practice of selfless devotion brings us that much closer to the clarity of spiritual love. So with all honesty, speak truth to power; know the weight of your words, and act responsibly.

Blessings…

Notes:
When we are unable to be honest in the moment about love, our character begins to wonder way out into left-field; when we describe our passionate love to our partner, and we do so by what we “think” the other person needs to hear. In so doing we create unusually dysfunctional relationships. So when we are able to acknowledge the limitations of relationships, we can better talk about the things that are difficult to speak about, and forgive the inconsistencies that come with the egoic human experiences.
Love is creation, and when we speak truth to love we tap into the wellspring of prosperity’s abundance on multipal levels.
Understanding limitations gives us a clear perceptions of what we can do, and this is one of them. Passions of the Heart

“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.

To Be or Not To Be

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We need to stop using the word or term “fight”. For every time we use that term we attract to ourselves that which we are fighting against. “We can’t attract love and balance when we are in the mode of fighting”.

The Here and Now

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Part of the shift of 2012 changed how we perceive time. Instead of the perception of time as with a face clock, where we had a wide sense of time. Our perception is more like a digital clock, where everything happens here and now. Our emotions are also stacked in the present moment, where before we felt we had time to pull ourselves together to comfortably say it clearly. So now when something happens to us, we react instantly because all of our emotions are stacked here in the present moment. All this comes from our instinctual behavior. It’s when our emotions aren’t squeezed that we have the time to respond from clarity.
A fear response is very explosive in this immediate space, and a love expression is oh so powerful in this immediate space.
So be gentle to those around us as we learn to navigate this new environment.

The next five years is going to be a little testy, so strap on your boots it’s about to get western.
The polarization between those who respond from fear, and those who respond from love is nearly complete. So it’s absolutely important for those lovers out there to protect your precious heart from the intensity of fear.
So continue with what ever you do that recharges your batteries, yoga, meditation, walk in the park, wilderness time, or an evening with good friends. These are challenging times, and it’s so important to surround yourself with friends that nurture and support the unique you. Be mindful of the emotional reactions of both yourself and those around you. Deliberately avoid negativity, and follow your happiness. Meditate on opening the heart, because a full open heart may equal ten or twenty unopened hearts, and help to tip the scales.
It’s not about having God/Love in your life, it’s about allowing Love to act through you. First for yourself, and then the overflow from that to those around you.

My blessings be with you…

Love, to me is…

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“Love”, to me is not hard work. It is where I have done the inner work of disengaging with the ego, and from that void bubbles up the joy of love. Without ego, I find love has no conditions, no limitations and no form. Beyond the stage of romance, love and trust become one, and not before then. Real love is sown together with trust in a way that you can’t tell them apart. And real trust is “that” without jealousy. Even when you’re angry with each other, you don’t loose that sense of being in love. This love has gifted to me the clarity of balance between time together and time apart, as well as the gift of honesty. No locks, no bars, and no holes for miss communications.
Blessings…

True Love

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True Love is something in you to express, it’s earned by the practice of devotion. It doesn’t happen between two people, it happens within you and therefore it flows out of you.
Within the human heart is the god seed, which has multipal functions. Intuition is one, the knowing of love to be true. Then when you find another person who is as passionate about this as you are, then you have bliss.

Love comes after romance and about a month or 2 after shifting into partnership. If the love and fascination of the other person has the momentum to carry you beyond romance, then it has a profound chance of becoming love.
If you can joyfully get beyond 4 years your chances are better than most. Unfortunately most people see romance as being compatible, when in fact your compatibility happens when you can stay steady while the other person is showing their disagreeable side, as they will with you. If his anger is more than you can tolerate, than it would be said that you’re not compatible.
Everyone has a disagreeable side, and for some reason most people completely avoid it. When in fact that is what you want to see and experience before committing your life to them.

Take the time to “know thy self”. Know where your tolerances are, the quality of relationships you desire, and have the integrity to hold steady to what you want to accomplish in the course of your own life.

True love happens when we know, understand and honestly take responsibility for our own dysfunctional ego. Love is the polar opposite of ego. So if we are expressing love, and we call it true, it simply means we clearly understand that we are not expressing anything associated with ego. 

Blessings…

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