I have an Ego tendency. I know it’s there, yet I still am influenced by it. If I listen to news and think much about it, I get all urgent. Urgency, in the sense of a hurriedness because of either a threat or a missed opportunity, usually ends in confusion, with bad decisions, with alarm. None of this contributes anything positive to me or those around me — not even to my readers.
My Heart warned me about the sense of urgency this morning. I was obviously thinking about it because I mentioned it last night in reference to the ongoing situation in Syria. Of course, the abysmal conditions in places like Somalia, North Korea, and many others is no less concerning.
And these things highlight the reality that humans either operate through Ego or Heart. The more people awaken to core Self, come to know their own Heart, the better this world will be. The life energies emitted by those following their Heart raises our collective frequency, i.e., we are as a whole enjoying increased happiness.
This reconnection with eternal Spirit in us, Heart, is no more urgent now than it has ever been. We come here to reconnect. This becomes a process of remembrance, a remembrance I call awakening. We remember we have the Heart operating system. We remember why we came here: to have a physical experience in order to enjoy the wonders of this creation, including one another. Others’ habits or looks or mannerisms may not be ours, but that doesn’t mean they are inferior or superior. They just are. We should all just be. I am.
And the most powerful, dynamic, joyful, blessed way to be is to know and live our truth, who core Self is. Part of our remembrance comes in the form of creation. We come to know our power as creators, and we create Purpose, the means of expressing our Heart-identity in a journey of happiness. And the other elements of Awakening follow that, and we work those out in our daily experience: Vision, Goals, Fellowship with our Heart, the Fellowship of the Heart.
This is a journey, and because we never will fully arrive due to physical limitations of our bodies and Ego, there is no cause for urgency. For me, urgency interferes almost every time with keeping my own truth. Our personal truth presents our beauty to all else. When I get rushed, I don’t express some of my truth that I know includes kindness and patience.
In fact, I love the Heart-truths and -qualities of who I am. Our expression of that noble Self-love, the one that allows free expression of our passions, developed talents — and created Purpose and Vision that contain those passions and talents — reveals how powerful that love is. Others see and feel our love. It’s one of the energies of life, one of the high frequencies that carries us into our future as a species. It’s part and parcel of that which I write daily.
We, deep down, want the connections of love with fellow souls, one not defined, interpreted, or shadowed by politics, nationalism, or cultural constraints. All of these are fragments we strive to remember, the reconnections we attempt to make, part of the outworking of core Self. We know we are supposed to love self and love others. We know we want to share and enjoy life with others.
Those who don’t, at least on some level, are those walking in willfulness of Ego, and that means unhappiness. It’s a sad state to be in. But what a contrast when we release Ego-drive and allow Heart to operate. We discover parts of Self that we came here to live; we reconnect with our eternality, our divinity.
I have written and am working on rewriting my novel because sometimes stories are just easier, more realistic ways to show big ideas. In my novel, The Fellowship of the Heart, Eric and Anne Lafarnge have recently reconnected with their own Heart. They are experiencing some of those discoveries of the Ego-blanketed but beautiful Self. I will share some of that tomorrow.
For tonight, blessings!
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!