Today we erase all we think we know of the Inner Divine Mind. We are changing. We are changed. All is new. With a blank slate of pure luminescence, we wait, simply feeling the inner glow.
We want this! We invite this! We welcome this!
We allow ourselves to change, to become more attuned to our Self, more aligned with our Self, and more congruent with our Highest Purpose. As we wait and watch, our Highest Purpose appears as activity, as people, and circumstances. We breathe, we smile, and we live.
Ohhh yes! I don’t want to think. I don’t want to figure out. I’ll just erase.
I’m tired. I’ve been working hard, perhaps too hard. I wonder sometimes, if my eagerness to move myself, to learn, to grow, to get it, at some point becomes a hindrance. I have been champing at the bit on this Journey and I’ve been feeling lately–that I need to STOP, that what I need to “do” is more of nothing, instead of something, that I need to be patient and let the Journey do the work.
Erasing is perfect for today. It feels relaxing, unburdening, freeing. It feels like “rest”; it feels calm. It feels like I don’t have to do anything…except erase. I have a picture of a window cleaner in my head. He’s washing the windows of my mind, “erasing”. He’s very content, just washing the windows. I feel content letting him.
I feel the strength of the erasing, and its connection to transforming. Erasing may not be necessary for transforming, but it makes the process easier. Why walk through 3 feet of snow, if you can remove it and walk down a clear path? Erasing hindrances, or obscuring thoughts is sometimes more efficient than trying to insert purer thoughts on top of them (which is like trudging through snow); erase the obstacles, then add the purer thoughts. They’ll be much more effective that way.