Inevitable Truth, continues :-)
I want to let you know that I will be giving sessions in London Fri – Sun this week. Please call or text to book, or to arrange distance sessions on other days.
It occurred to me that I left out something important in my last email on the subject of dynamic truth and intuition. It is very important to be aware that issues within can cloud even intuition. When this happens, we could easily be hearing what we want to hear for the ego / fear / etc., rather than the real truth about a situation. Discerning between the two takes clarity of heart, stillness, practise and experience. It is no small feat. And yet, what to do? Go back to the old way – to the mind and the conditioned patterns – and is that even completely possible the more one wakes up? My sense is that, in the end, the intuitive way of living life takes over totally, until one is living life from and as truthfulness, without ever needing to turn back to the old conditioned ways.
Either way though, we end up in Truth, in Divine alignment. Because, in fact both conditioning, and even trauma, have a purpose – a function. That function is to carry us back into the Divinity within, even if that requires hemming us in so completely that we have no choice but to surrender. So, there’s no way out 🙂 🙂 🙂 Then if we want to, if we feel it, it’s really only a matter of aligning ourselves with truth at all times and in all situations. In the end, we get what we value. We really do get what we value most in our lives, in the end.
I would like to leave you with something I heard in the vicar’s speech at a funeral I attended recently. It moved me to tears. It sounds so simple, and yet I think it is one of the most profound things I have ever heard anyone say. He said,
“For every joy which passes, something beautiful remains.”