If we only live a small part of the life that is available to us, what happens to the rest?
If we are to live every moment in the fullness available why do we sometimes feel our life is empty?
Are there two worlds? One completely orchestrated and created through our mind that constructs form, the other the world of nature. Our mind’s world is definite, linear, stops and starts, has hard, sharp edges and exists in the physical duality where everything is judged good or bad. Our feelings have been trained to follow our mind and hence our world is created based on a physical reality.
The other world is nature. This reality is infinite, endless, has round edges, is expansive , spirals, is purposeful and felt. It is accessed through the heart and our natural awareness grows to become conscious of the existence of something greater, unknown until it is known.
We are nature and when we work with it we are in tune. Nature creates space for inflows and outflows which help us freely move from one experience to the next. Just like the ocean when it comes into the shore and retreats back to itself, it flows freely and is what it is. No matter whether displaying huge threatening waves or sparkle topped ripples, we love it.
As spiritual beings we do not attach to anything, emotionally or physically. In nature everything is free to follow its natural cycle and things just are. Our natural energy flow as free spirits is giving and receiving and while this may seem too simplistic, the power of operating authentically is enormous.
We are naturally drawn and connected to people. Some connections may be obvious, others unexplainable, but an inner sense of knowing keeps the link in place whether it is acknowledged or not.
You know when you meet someone for the first time and you feel you know them, perhaps you do know their energy, just not the way they look this time. Our attention may be focussed on the physical and the actual words spoken, rather than what is behind these veils.
When meeting people and connecting with them maybe it is far simpler than we think. We complicate exchanges by trying to work things out. What if we closed our eyes and tuned into their energy, we would probably come up with a whole different story.
The universe is nature and is on our side, it is like our father’s truth and mother’s love and this union creates children. Children free to explore and discover life on this wonderous planet. To be able to interact with everything yet not be attached to having to have everything. Maybe the purpose of us being here is to consciously come back to our simple child-like nature and be able to hold the integrity of carrying the power of the truth.
Life determining moments happen in the simplest of ways. While we are focused on making big things happen, off to the side, the little moments occur that carry the deepest meaning.
At times we are not aware they are happening. It’s like something has been in front of us all along, but we’ve looked up, down, side to side and given up, or thought we were wrong.
In that sweet moment of surrender we find ourselves.
It’s like our mind forms beliefs of how things are to look and we only look for that.
What if we were meant to be tuning into natural experiences that come easily to us and are recognised as a simple stepping stone to the next? We have to lift our foot off the stepping stone to reach the next one. No holding on to anything.
Everything changes, nothing is meant to be permanent. We are meant to move freely from one moment to the next and not attach to any particular emotion, feeling or experience. It is to simply enjoy the experience with no judgements as we freely flow to the next. It is surprising how deeply satisfying every moment becomes being present to it, not the past or the future, just present.
This aligns us with all of nature and we find our natural place and connection in such a way that it ignites our purpose of being.
It creates a true natural vibration that aligns us with our home reality.
As spiritual beings we are all having one experience where all flows are connected and when this flow is acknowledged it helps activate us all.
Inner peace is found when we no longer have to go outside ourselves to find joy. When we can truly be with ourselves and love who we are regardless of what we do. In one way there is nothing to do…other than to love ourselves and let go. In that we love the whole planet and let go of trying to control nature so it works for us. We trust nature to lead us home.
We are free, when our spirits fly and our mind is our friend who works with us.
Our endless life beats with the heart of the universe. Our nature is eternal love.
Published Living Now Magazine 2014