Life is our reflection

In any given moment you can ask yourself, “How can I bring love to this situation?” This constant flow of conscious response allow you to realize how much you contribute to the way your life unfold.

When things are going well, your choice to demonstrate love will likely take the situation to the next level of consciousness. During a challenge, love may prompt you to be more altruistic, patient, compassionate, take action, wait, listen, accept, rejoice, pray, hug, support, reach out, let go or remind yourself that you are loved.

Love has nothing to do with desire or neediness, only giving. It is a powerful flow of energy that attaches to nothing but resides openly within the present moment. It does not fluctuate based upon events because it isn’t dependent upon external factors. It has the capacity to create dramatic change due to the purity of the energy.

When we rise above the limiting perceptions of the personality and seek wholeness from a global perspective, barriers dissolve. We consistently find ways to support and reframe events in order to bring our perception to the highest level possible.

Ways to facilitate the lessons of unconditional love and acceptance:

  • Trust in your own journey and insights
  • Be ruthlessly honest with yourself
  • Realize that everyone is right where they need to be and accept and honor their path
  • Be responsible for your own joy
  • Realize how powerful you are and choose your thoughts and actions accordingly
  • Rise above fear
  • Truly experience surrender in order to discover its power and control within any given situation
  • Humility

Love isn’t fully possible until you love and accept yourself. Otherwise, we are simply projecting our dysfunction only whomever and whatever is available. Each moment provides an opportunity to seek and strengthen your ability to refine this empowering attribute within your experience.

Today my intention is to remember that the only thing I control is my response to life. I choose to live in the vibration of love.

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  1. On Friday we were vising some friends we hadn’t seen in some time, sharing our thoughts and views about the Universe and the nature of “reality”. One of them immediately perceived that the conversation was starting to become negative (I wish I had her keen perception!) and nipped it in the bud by explaining her belief that we needed to focus on the world we wanted to create instead of the one we want to leave behind (with which I fully agree!)

    I then shared my experience that while it is upsetting that so many negative things happen in the world, it also affects me very negatively to be caught up in discussing them. My boyfriend, who is always on a tangent about something that is wrong (but he is getting better) struggles between the two, believing that people need to be awakened to what is going on in the world, and knowing that we need to focus on the world we want to create. Yet he gets so angry when he sees the hurt that is in the world.

    I shared with my friend my belief that while it is upsetting to see that hurt and the damage that can be and is being done, I also know that no damage is permanent; that, as you said in your message, everyone is where they need to be, and in the end, everyone will end up at the top of the same mountain. The best I can do is respond to situations out of love and kindness…and if I get too close or become too involved with those who are negatively-inclined or activists, it negatively affects me. My boyfriend often won’t hear the message straight from me, but I’m hoping he heard it in this indirect message. LOL His response was that the Dalai Lama was one of the best role models there was, and I agreed, he is a great inspiration to me in learning acceptance and loving kindness.

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