“Remain with me here, for here do I abide. The only difference between us is that occasionally you believe that you abide somewhere else. When you journey up those stairs, to begin to be distracted by the thoughts on the surface of your mind and by the sensory feedback of the energy field that comprises your physical creation, I remain in our shared heart, patiently waiting for your return.” (“The Way of the Heart,” WOM, Lesson 11, Page 138)
We are all One, and this includes Jesus, who many believe channeled this message through Jayem. Here Jesus refers to our “shared heart,” and the Self is indeed the One to which he refers.
We often leave this shared heart to go about our business in the world. We don’t touch base with our interior nearly enough. And touching base with our interior is the best way that we have to make wise choices in life. This is communing with the Holy Spirit (as described in A Course in Miracles) or the Christ-Self (as described in A Course of Love).
When we lose touch with what is inside of ourselves, we lose touch with that which can give us solace and peace. We are cut adrift.
Turn to the quiet center of the Self today. Don’t try to go it alone in a hostile and cruel illusion of a world.
We won’t succeed in living a good life if we seek to be independent and self-sufficient.
True wisdom is recognizing that turning to our Creator is the wisest decision we can ever make.