Life, this existence, amazes me. Even though I have down times and tough times — overall, woo hoo! Why? Because I know, beyond the shadow of a doubt, my truth, my Self, and my Purpose. I’m living it every day.
I have called my philosophy the Grand Unified Theory of Humanity. A grand unified theory brings together rather disparate dynamics via many mathematical mechanisms of which I have no freakin’ understanding; however, those formulas based on observations and known laws reduce those dynamics back to a common, original state.
Coming to know core Self, Heart, holds that key, is the unifying force of the dynamics of humanity: relationships, society, purpose for existence. However, without that knowledge, it all falls apart for the individual, which means it ripples to society. Life falls apart in terms of having all the awesome experiences we come here for. It doesn’t mean that people aren’t valuable and worthwhile and loved, but it does mean they never put their lives into perspective, never feel quite right about themselves in many capacities.
This is why I desire to help people discover core Self in any way I can. It’s too much to pass on the possibilities we hold within these bodies. It’s not a matter of right or wrong, but it is a matter of living a full, significant, happy, satisfying, connected life of Purpose. The Heart we come here with, that piece of Spirit that is personalized by all the rest of our being — ego, mind, body, soul — desires us to awaken to the fulness and magic and miracles and joys and wonders of this Universe in our own special ways and live those in our everyday life.
Heart desires to connect with the totality of our being, and once that happens, we desire through the operating system of Heart instead of Ego to reveal in love our core Self, who Heart is. That is the way of the Heart. We know what to do because we co-create Purpose with Heart; we have regular fellowship with the Heart.
Continuing in my computer operating system (os) analogy, once our Heart os is working smoothly, it will keep sending our mind and soul prompts to connect with a network. That connection, that network, is The Fellowship ofthe Heart.
Fellowship with the Heart is sacred and blessed, but as I have said before, Hearts know things. They love unity — the unity of our being on a personal level, the unity we can have with those around us, whether they operate through Ego or Heart, the unity with the Universe and Spirit — these result form fellowship with the Heart.
Hearts discern, though, and they sense those others who have chosen their Heart as primary operating system. They delight to be close to such others. Those people who we share with in deep, constructive, productive ways, who we share with in love and joy and laughter, who know the path of Heart and the opposition of Ego and those who live in Ego — those people in the same network engage us, motivate us, delight us; we need that kind of fellowship.
The Fellowship of the Heart is Step 8. This step is also sacred, full of the magic and mystery of the energies of life, those things which can only be understood by others who have known fellowship with their own Heart. Such connections are relatively rare, but when they occur they are marked by an unmistakable bond.
If you have those with whom you can share the magic and mysteries of life, with whom you could speak for days about Purpose and Mission and Goals, with whom you can laugh and share a meal, with whom you can enjoy a beer or drink and laugh some more, never, ever let those connections go cold. If you do, you will not feel good about it; your Heart will see to that with appropriate error messages, just like our computers give us.
I got to share in such fellowship today with a young friend, and our Hearts know that we need and deserve to enjoy the journey with those who are like-minded. My friend and I shared in all of those things I mentioned in the previous paragraph.
Do you think I had a good day?!
Blessings in The Fellowship of the Heart!
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Questions to consider:
How many times have you asked yourself or simply thought about the following questions?
Who am I, really?
What is my truth?
How do my actions reveal what I really feel and believe?
What would I do with my life if I could do anything?
What is my passion?
Why am I here?
How can I discover answers to any of these questions?
If you have considered any of these questions, I hope that my experiences and writing will give you some guidance. Please read my blog and comment and share your thoughts. I would love to hear from you!