See own vision, be with that
If we can be perceptive enough to be more aware of our thoughts and their processes, then we easily see how our thinking sets our mood; we can realize how very tied together this whole process is. In simple terms. . “as a man thinketh in his heart – – so is he” has ever been, and will always be true. No matter how many issues we have, or how many experiences we have gone through, there is generally a main thrust — “something” which drives our boat as we wend up or down life’s river.
How deeply does intolerance spring from hatred? Biases are generally learned rather than instinctive — as in recoiling from a hissing snake or wild animal. . . tho, it may be that these all spring from fear. Childhood, without partiality leaves marks upon us all. . we learn in time to discern truth from fantasy or falsity; un-cluttering the dross and even the demons hiding under the bed or in the closet as we imagined. Life itself has a way of teaching us that which more beneficially instructs us to achieve those more worthy, effective goals. These become our desires, ambitions. . . our hopes,. . . and reason to be. We know these deep inside, familiar with how they look and feel, and it is good, makes us happy. When we dwell even briefly, fleetingly on these desires. . . we become more motivated – drawn toward them. This is how it should be, when we are free to see with open eyes, dreaming our own dreams (no matter what they are). This is living from our core – outward, toward what we really want. Seeing it (feeling it) as if it were already here. Herein, we sense and experience . ‘happy’.
Each of us gets to have our own perspective from which we desire or prefer, and Source Energy answers every single one of us. There’s no shortage of Source; there’s no shortage of answers; there’s no shortage of substance. There’s no shortage of all of the stuff or non-stuff that any of us wants – there’s no shortage of it. It expands proportionately to our ability to desire it.
Excerpted from: Philadelphia, PA on May 03, 2004
Esther (and Abraham and Jerry)