Monday, December 06, 2010
Being heart centered serves us in a Divine way. When we come from the heart, and be the heart, we have access to Divine guidance. We always have access, it's just in the heart that we will quiet the mind so we glean the messages.
Many messages are flowing through me, and I have to stop and listen. We have a great deal of energies coming here to assist us, and through this Infinite Intelligence, we are hearing our road map :).
Today I was with nature simply listening to her whispers...she doesn't scream :). The trees were telling me that we are the opposite of what we thought. For example, we may have thought we were supposed to work 50 weeks a year and have 2 weeks off. Well, this message told me this is the opposite. We are designed to play, to have fun, to nourish ourselves in nature for the 50 weeks a year. Interesting, huh? Your mind may not convince you of this :).
Many years ago we engaged ourselves with all the elements available to us on a regular, sustainable basis. And we used much more of our bodies, our brains, our hearts, to communicate with all these elements. Through our evolution, we separated ourselves from ourselves, and moved into a small part of our brain to reside. I call it the cul-de-sac syndrome :). Just moving around the cul-de-sac...circling around forever and ever :).
Now, we are being asked to return to that who we are, and come from our hearts and our expanded self. Thus, we will do things that may not be logical as the heart doesn't think logically. It knows what it is and thus only is it when it communicates.
A way to help ourselves remember our heart-centered awareness is through meditation. A meditation that may assist you is remembering you are Mother Earth and Father Sky. Go to:
Come from your heart the best that you are capable of doing right now. There may be much fear that comes up and that's okay. The breath is designed to quiet the fear so breathe.
Fear can certainly come up for me, and I'm understanding this fear in a whole different light :). The more that I can quiet my cul-de-sac, the more I'm able to move to the light and wide open spaces. Moving can be challenging, right?