Thursday, August 16, 2012

Facing the Unknown

One of our greatest challenges in third dimensional reality is facing the unknown. We have created all sorts of rituals and magical thoughts to try to control and tame our fear of the unknown. The mind wants order and finds it frustrating to deal with what she cannot see or predict. But we are surrounded by the Unseen. I choose to believe that Unseen forces surround me although I cannot prove this using the mind. Sometimes believing in something Unseen and unprovable is uncomfortable but believing in nothing but what my five senses tell me is even more disconcerting to me. If we look closely, pay attention to subtleties and nuances, we can gather hints of the existence of the Unseen. We can have transcendent moments where belief is enough and love sings in our hearts and we feel connected to everything and everyone. And these tiny moments of light in a life of uncertainty are enough for me - for now. In the meantime, I am searching for ways to increase my access to transcendent moments in the hope that they will eventually convince me of that which I so long to know.

GS: You doubt because you cannot see and you have been taught to only trust what you can see. To only trust the logical planning of the mind. To do what is expected of you. To do what others will find acceptable. However, as you are exploring, there is another way to look at life, at your reality in 3D. Look at yourself with eyes of love. You are not alone. You have our help and support always. You have asked, are asking, for our guidance and help. We are providing it. Know this, just relax and let us do our job. Trust. When you cannot see the path before you with your physical eyes, you must take a step forward anyway and trust that the ground will support your foot. We are your ground. We are your support. Feel the shift that is occurring inside of yourself. Let your heart lift you, raise you up. Look at the world with heart centered eyes. You will be amazed at what you can now see.

1 comment:

  1. I would love to hear more about getting out of the "pull yourself up by the bootstraps" mindset, finding direction in how much effort is required to achieve goals while relaxing into a state of trust.