Enjoy the Scenery– Worth (1.3.15)

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Guiding Thought

There is only one Will. That Will is Love: your Love, my Love, our Love, together. Only when you will in Love is the outcome assured in Love. Only when you will in Love do you know the results are truly beneficial to all, including yourself. Only when you will with Love are you Free and can affirm with certainty “All is as it should be”.

Reflection

There have been two predominant themes so far for this Journey, subtexts of my intention to dig deeper into a relationship with the Holy Spirit and Divine Mother. Those themes have been: change and connection.

This came across my path earlier today:

You will find great changes as time compresses. Much will be accomplished in less time. Events around you are changing in this fashion. Be aware of these changes. Be alert to this changes. Be careful. Observe carefully in silence as events and circumstances are in a flux. Be alert to emotional changes. Be alert to behavioral changes. Observe these changes through an unconditioned mind. Do not judge, nor be critical. Just observe through silence, through a quiet mind, and you shall see change. Now chant the mahamantra. Place all observations through the filter of Truth, Simplicity and Love. Observe the truth of change. Observe the simplicity of change. Observe the love in change. Place truth into change. Place simplicity into change. Place love into change.   –Babaji

And, did you know that the full moon on April 30 was in Scorpio, which is the sign all about change: birth, death, regeneration?

Change is everywhere.

How does this relate to the Guiding Thought today?

It seems to me that being able to say, “All is as it should be” is like saying every second that I trust Divine Will, through whatever is going on at the moment, which changes from moment to moment.

Divine Will, in a sense, is the constant through the change: it is what is moving us through the moments of change. Divine Will is the train we ride, while we watch the countryside roll past. We don’t have to get caught up in the change of scenery. We don’t have to identify with it, or think that because it is changes there is something wrong or “bad”. We can just watch it, and enjoy it, and just stay on the train. If we jump off the train to stop the scenery from changing, then we just get stuck in the middle of nowhere.

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