He who knows doesn’t talk. He who doesn’t know, talks.
Here are some questions for all of you to consider and your responses/answers are for you alone to contemplate. No one else needs to know your answers.
When our minds are running full speed ahead, for instance, with the details of our point of view, very often they are distracting us from our own pain. Our ego comes from our mind, and it is a master of control. How many of us are sharing our opinions as a means of ducking our issues/pain?
Perhaps the larger questions is: Do we even know enough about ourselves to answer that question?
When we get involved in detailed, factual or opinion-type discussions, I’m thinking that we aren’t able to hear the quietly powerful messages that come from Source that are meant for us alone and are about our life paths and our personal healing and growth. Let me remind you all that the only person we can change is our self.
This morning I’m reading that you are discussing discernment and our great need for it. When we have emotional clarity; that is, when we have healed our emotional wounds, we gain the ability to discern the truth, lack of it, or even the fact that it isn’t available to us – yet. Emotional clarity means that our heart is not blocked up with our pain. When our hearts have open access to us, we are able to hear the ‘real’ truth and get the valuable messages from Source to us.
How many of us now have emotional clarity? That is, how many of us have removed the memory of our wounds from our emotional, energetic body?
The healing of our wounds brings with it the gift of truly knowing ourselves. When we know ourselves, we will automatically know others. How many of us truly know yourselves?
The answers to these questions should tell you something of the value of our blog exchanges here this morning.
Answers to these questions could also give rise to a whole host of other questions. For instance, I know we come to this blog to feel a sense of community with others who are on the same path. So – is it possible to feel a sense of community without dealing with the nitty-gritty details of the shift? Would it be possible for me to post info about what is happening – without so much discussion concerning it? Could we just observe it and let it go? In some degree, could we experience community in a different way?
It seems to me if we will all stop and feel the vibrational change on the planet, we will know all we need to know about the change that is upon us: change is happening, and it is speeding up. The energy alone tells us this. Do we really need to know and discuss all the details?
Is it possible for us to relate to one another in a different, perhaps deeper way on our blog? If so, how?
For instance: What could you share about your own healing process that might be helpful to others? Have you had any insights in these last days that you have found helpful? Would you be willing to share them?
If you use “I” statements in sharing, whatever you say will be acceptable. You would be sharing your point of view, your truth, knowing full well it might not ring a bell with everyone. The important thing to realize here, however, is that if you remain silent, you do not give even the slightest opportunity for someone else to learn and benefit from your experience. Perhaps your words only trigger an idea, one that may hardly be related to your words, in someone else, but that idea may be profound.
For instance, some of you have spoken about your experience with gurus. My experience has taught me that we need guides to support us, to reflect clarity to us, who may just happen to be called gurus, but it’s pretty clear to me that we no longer need those gurus who make us dependent on them and too often take our power from us. Have we arrived at the place, however, where we can even tell the difference?
When we speak personally and from our hearts, we begin to communicate in a different and very profound way. While facts remain important, when we are ‘in our hearts’ instead of our ‘heads’, we use facts in total service to our hearts!
Do you all get my drift?
I will be delighted to hear any hopefully ‘heart-based’ thoughts you may have.
Please consider my words . . . offered in love to each one of you.