In one way or another, every form of life is compelled toward certain things during its existence. Bees are compelled to build hives, salmon are compelled to swim upstream, and butterflies are compelled to migrate 1000s of miles. These urges are built into their design. So what about humans? Yes, we have the standard physical urges that guarantee continuance of the species, but we also have urges to seek, and grow, and connect, and evolve; to explore and discover new possibilities. And who, or what, is the greatest beneficiary of these compulsions? (At the end of this post there are instructions and a link to download this recording to your computer.)
John: And in this other [dream], I wish I’d written it up straightaway because, again, I have this at such a deep inner level, when I hear it from this place it makes so much sense, and is so simple, to me that I don’t bring it through and write it up in manifestation, so to speak, because it seems trite. But when I do, it’s meaningful.
So I just remembered the one thing, and that was I am told that it is a crime to be merely swept away. And there was another line that preceded this, and it was like a type of poem, and what I realized that we were talking about, and what it meant, was that in creation you’re there for a reason.
You don’t just then complain and try to get out of it and go to the expanse of things, to seek that, without taking on what you’re here for, which is to be able to bring all of that into play. To go to where you’re swept away into the expanse is a crime.
And so I’m just sitting here and pondering various statements that have been made that kind of portray that. And I remember that it has been said that the angels quest for a human body so they can come closer to God. So I guess if you get in a human body and blow it, then that’s like a crime because you went to all of this effort and then when you got here you were too dumb to know better.
It has also been said that we want union, God wants separation, so we accept what God wants trusting that there is a promise of both. And that’s the noodling inside that happens where you have the quality of a union when you let go of the limitations that you take on, that holds you back, that happens in a dense world where you’re always contending with things and are contending with them with the senses. You can get caught thinking that that’s how it works.
And then there’s that union state, or that state where there’s an interconnectivity where the soul expands, and from that is the access of everything that you need.
It is also said that God holds a soul between two fingers. One minute he turns us away, and the next minute he turns us back to him, which again is like going to the inner on the in-breath in, back to a home, and then the out-breath back out into creation where it can be confusing and bewildering again – and the yearning and longing start up.
There is also the statement that to be able to be in God when he is not present is the deepest state a human being can reach. In other words, how can you be in God, when he’s not present and reach such a deep state, if you refuse to accept that and only want it your way as a union, and therefore reject the creation of things?
So to sum up, we are in a human body and while in this condition need to accept the greater purpose of such a state. To throw it away is like a crime in that this blows a golden opportunity to be in a oneness, and the opportunity to bring the eyes and ears of the creator into his creation.
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