Seek no More: A Journey of Fulfillment: 03.06.03

Copyright Tam Black 2014 Designed for susanwithpearls.com
Copyright Tam Black 2014
Designed for susanwithpearls.com

Guiding Thought

What is fulfillment but knowing my Self as an expression of Divine Love? My Self wills to create! My Self wills to share! My Self wills to extend itself! My fulfillment is creation; my joy is sharing; my peace is extension.

Sharing

Last night I did a meditation on my Soul’s True Purpose. It took me “down” within, to where my highest purpose resides, where no outer disturbance can reach it, and then aligned my outer world with that purpose.

During this process, I had a series of thoughts that came all together, as they do sometimes in meditation. Here is the summary of those thoughts, “Yeah, what is my true Purpose? I used to know my purpose– my purpose used to be focusing on seeking God, seeking the Divine. I’ve spent almost my entire life seeking the Divine, becoming an individualized expression of the Divine. My “I”dentity has been colored by the seeking. Who am I as someone who has found the Divine?”

It was an “I”dentity crisis of sorts. Who am I now? Who am I without seeking?

What is my purpose, now, if not to seek? What is my purpose now without the seeking?

But that is what I am now telling myself to do: Seek no More. Find. Know. Be.

 

 

6 thoughts on “Seek no More: A Journey of Fulfillment: 03.06.03

  1. People need to figure things out for themselves. Or they can let some external source tell them, that is Bhakti Yoga, the yoga of devotion. It is a temporary solution, but there are infinite temporary solutions.

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  2. At the risk of quoting from a book I know you don’t particularly…care for(?)… I would like to share a breakdown of the following, “Be still and know that I am God.”
    -Be still and know that I am.
    -Be still and know.
    -Be still…just be still.

    We often arrive at the same “place” despite our seeming differences, do we not?

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