As I have begun to write more, and speak more, regarding the Truths that I am consciously experiencing, I have been examining the way in which I deliver these messages; and the reason for why I want to deliver these messages. This has also caused me to examine the behaviors of others and the reason for their deliverance of these messages. Obviously I do not fully understand the reason for their words, but I can see patterns that arise that I resonate with.
When we speak, what is our general intent? Do you ever think about that? When I go out and I am speaking in a group I generally like to carry the conversation. Do you notice that as well? Do you like to be the “expert” on the topic that is being discussed? Do you like to have all eyes focused on you as you titillate the audience with your intellectual prowess? Or perhaps you are one of the individuals in the room that enjoys standing back and listening, perhaps looking to learn from the speaker, or possibly just tolerate him. 😉
When you speak in a group what is your intent? Even behind the reason that you wish to share knowledge? We all want to share knowledge, but what is even further behind that? Do you notice yourself forcing your way into a conversation at times so that you can add your opinion, or Truths that resonate with you? What is that? What is it that makes us want to be “seen?” Or, what is it that makes us want to hide?
Well my dear brothers and sisters, that is our ego. It’s that little part of our mind that wants the glory. That little part of the mind that says, “Hey, these are MY thoughts, and they are right, and everyone should hear them!” Oh the ego, how you make me giggle. Think about it my friends. When someone says something that you agree with or disagree with isn’t it almost a natural response to get in the middle and be like, “Hey everybody, check it out I’ve got something to say…now get your eyes and ears over here!” Or, on the other hand, “What I have to say isn’t good enough and everyone will laugh at my statement.”
Can you see that in your life? Can you remember experiences when that has happened? I for sure can think of about 1,000 instances when I have acted that way.
Why is it not enough that we silence our mind, our ego, and listen? Is that okay? I am not writing this because I am judging, that is the ego’s doing ;), but because I see it happening in my experience so much…I see myself doing it quite often. I would like for us to just be aware of our behaviors. This is a new age, the age of unity, collectivity, oneness, understanding, compassion, and unity ;). Many of us are now consciously becoming wayshowers, beams of Light, and it is important to realize that we, as individuals, are not the only teachers. If we allow our ego to interfere with our growth then we will slow our progress.
We are a collective, experiencing through our subjective reality, here to co-create with our beautiful brothers and sisters. It is important for us to find silence within ourselves and be open to teachers along our path. These teachers may come about in the unlikeliest of ways, our children, friends, family, acquaintances, animals. We must be quiet enough within ourselves to recognize when our teachers appear. If we are always forcing our way into the situation, when will we have time to allow the message to sink in? We must bring awareness into every aspect of our life, understand when it is time to listen and when it is time to speak. The ego will always strive for acknowledgement, but our True Self is always content knowing that no amount of words can compare to a heart full of Truth. We do not need to shout and force someone to realize their Divinity, when we demonstrate Divinity, that is all one needs to hear.
So, as most of you have figured out, this was mainly Me writing to myself, but I think it is something we can all begin to bring about in our own lives. To remain conscious of the reasons behind our words and actions, as well as when silence must be explored, and in turn bring about quicker growth. Wishing you Love and wellness on your journey!
With All My Love,