Yesterday we spoke of our AWESOMENESS and how we are not tethered to original sin. Today we are going a bit further and asking: How long will we wander?
In order to really embrace our spirituality we must face our darkness. We drive ourselves into a personal abyss when we refuse to look at how we are processing our world. Our courage to be MORE brings us to our own precipice of consciousness as we allow ourselves to face that within which does not carry the light. This journey can often be painful…only because there is so much resistance to letting go of all the false stories and accusations. We hold our stories so very dear. We have spent much time on and with them. We have added chapters. We have encouraged our own suffering because we feel we are Right!
We know better now. We are beginning to truly understand that we are the authors of our life’s story and we no long need to suffer in resentment, self-righteousness and victimization. We no longer need to wander and then wonder when the sorrow of old will be replaced with the joy of today.
This quote from Carl Jung states the truth of enlightenment so well: “There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own soul. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.”
How long will we wander, avoid, deny our own brilliance? How long will it take us to understand there is no sin except from our own refusal to be this incredible BEING. To bring the Light to our darkness, Forgiveness to our victim and Love to the anger, resentment and fear.
I believe in you…all of you! And I know that you are finished being the Wandering Soul. You are now ready to go home…and become your original expression of the Divine.
Please check out John Denver’s: The Wandering Soul on Youtube. He never recorded it but performed it several times. It is a beautifully written song about our struggle to understand how to “get there”…to be LOVE.
What an enlightened soul… I love you…Please forgive me…I am sorry…Thank you!