Tips (Purpose- 1.2.8)

Copyright Tam Black 2018
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Guiding Thought

I erase all I think I know of my Inner Divine Mind. I am changing. I am changed. All is new. With a blank slate of pure luminescence, I simply wait, feeling my inner glow.


I want this. I invite this. I welcome this!

I allow myself to change, to become more attuned to my Self, more aligned with my Self, and more congruent with my Highest Purpose. As I wait and watch my Highest Purpose appear in my activities as people and circumstances, I breathe, I smile, and I live.


You see, this–this change, this transformation–is happening now, everywhere, with everyone. We are all caught up in an amazing, unprecedented shift in humanity and consciousness.

It’s happening whether you are onboard with it, or not. Whether you believe it or not. Whether you think you have a role to play or not (and I assure you, you do have a role to play).

There are three things I see as essential points today:

  1. Approach everything as a blank slate. Judge nothing on old terms–they are outdated, extinct, and no longer effective. Approach nothing on those pre-judgments; rather approach with your luminescence, which is the truth of you and connects you to everyone and everything. With this attitude your advance will align with what is coming, not what is passed. You will transition into the new more smoothly, more easily, with greater harmony and less turmoil.
  2. Want this. Invite this. Welcome this. Make the choice. Just give in to it. It’s happening. You might as well get on the raft that is in the rapids, rather than shaking your fist from the water and telling the rapids to stop.
  3. Wait and watch. Be patient. Here is something I read just last night that sums this up:

Generally, we see Nandi sitting directly opposite the main door of the temple, where Shiva’s idol or Shivalingam is located. He is not waiting for Him to come out and say something, he is in waiting.

Nandi is a symbolism of eternal waiting, because waiting is considered the greatest virtue in Indian culture. One who knows how to simply sit and wait is naturally meditative. He is not expecting anything. He will wait forever.

Nandi is Shiva’s closest accomplice because he is the essence of receptivity.
Before you go into a temple, you must have the quality of Nandi – to simply sit. So, just by sitting here, he is telling you, “When you go in, don’t do fanciful things. Don’t ask for this or that. Just go and sit like me.”

The fundamental difference between prayer and meditation is that with prayer you are trying to talk to God, with meditation you are willing to listen to God. You are willing to just listen to existence, to the ultimate nature of creation. You have nothing to say, you simply listen.

That is the quality of Nandi – he just sits, alert, not sleepy. He is not sitting passively. He is very active, full of alertness, full of life, but just being – that is meditation!

That is Harmony with the Divine.

~Raguvir (Albert Boll)

In emptiness, with outstretched arms, welcome what is here, now; welcome what is coming. Don’t try to understand, don’t think you know what things mean–you don’t! Just be with your Self, invite the inevitable, and wait for the Presence of God.

Bless you for your current and ongoing participation in the Life we Are.

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