Freedom

. . .[W]hen you look upon another person or another situation or another thing and realize that nothing in this world has the power to hurt you and nothing in this world has the power to take anything from you, you are free. . . The seeker is no more and only Christ walks this Earth. (“The Way of the Heart,” WOM, Lesson 6, Page 78)

What would it take for our Self, as the Christ Self, to walk this earth? We do have to release barriers, within ourselves, to Love. We have to let Love pass through us. Our experience of energy, through the chakras, changes. We realize in such moments that nothing in the world can hurt us, for we are enthralled by God. He is calling the shots. He is in charge.

We are free when we extend the Love that He has first given to us. We would not know how to love if we had not first experienced it from God Himself. “Because He first loved us,” which is a quotation from the New Testament. We can do all things now, because we are ready for living as created beings created to love. We are free to experience the world in a new way. Jesus even says that we have transcended birth and death, and that we seek no more.

Seeking is a constant thing for us, until we recognize that Love is all that we want. When we surrender to the Love in our heart, we are surrendering to God. A necessary step that will make everything that follows palatable. Our lives will smooth out.

We will be at home.

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3 thoughts on “Freedom

  1. A lot of things can / will hurt us. That is just a fact of life. No amount of belief / prayers can prevent that. The success is purely coincidental at best

    Including believing in an entity that may or may not exist. But as long as we “do the right thing“ it will feel the right way.

    Well… no kidding. How convenient is that ? It’s like selling diet pills that work provided you cut down on food and exercise….

  2. Andrea Frazer

    Yes. I had some words with my teenager today that, if I had prayed first and had better perspective, would not have happened.

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