Sharing this treasure from Dr. Sue Morter...
Do you ever wonder how to allow a greater sense of sacredness into your daily life?
Allowing is key, because all of who we are, including what we feel, is already sacred.
As we allow and embody this truth, we change the vibration of consciousness. Because as you allow the cosmic energy you are to drop-in, rise and reveal more of you, the love you are lands here in this dimension.
How do you recognize what the vibration of sacred feels like in daily life? My invitation for you is to drop-in now and allow the vibrational experience of this moment to be tender. Allow it to reveal your own tenderness.
If there is doubt, fear, angst, or sadness, soften and allow a tenderness. Those vibrations, ones we perhaps label as bad or wrong, are actually a contraction that is the Soulful Self attempting to more fully land here.
We’re here to train the mind to support the embodiment of our true magnificence. As you allow a tenderness to be available, the mind opens and more of the Soulful Self can land.
When it does, the entire bandwidth of humanity, the animals and earth, is impacted because you allow more of this deeper love that you are to drop-in, rise, and reveal.
We start to allow the sacred in daily life as we embrace all feelings with tenderness, as you would a new-born. As you do, aspects of you unify, similar to bits of mercury from a broken thermometer merging back together.
There is nothing that you are not.
As we consciously remember this state of wholeness by embracing every vibration that runs through our personal system, we no longer feel a need to protect ourselves and a byproduct is that our vibration rises.
Instead of deciding a vibration is good or bad, be present with it and embrace what rises and you become a unifying presence.
When the consciousness of your mind lands on what you feel, and you accept and embrace the feeling, love is there. And in a loving embrace, everything is transmuted.
When we deflect, rather than embrace and love specific vibrational frequencies, thoughts or emotions, we generate duality. As you embrace all, you unify and the solution reveals. You're here to embrace the mystical and the sacred and merge them into the practical aspects of daily life.
Copied to share here, from an email from Dr. Sue Morter
We are curious creatures. Here I sit in first class on an airplane (bumped up no less) and I’m having to redirect my mind to be grateful for all the wonderful parts of flying first class rather than focus on the negatives that are also present - those that I struggle to NOT list here in order to justify or explain. Why the comparison? Why the focus on the unwanted? What benefit is there, perceived or imagined, hoped or intended? Why are we so often discontented? Just like in the parable about the field hand hired early in the day receiving the same payment from the farmer as the last hired hand who worked less. Why are we so easily unsatisfied by what we didn’t get or didn’t happen, when just earlier we were perfectly happy with the same. The first field hand hired was happy with the wage offered UNTIL he knew that someone else that worked less got the same. Nothing about his effort expended changed, only the awareness that someone else got a “better deal”.
Comparison. It’s a dualistic world we live in. So comparison seems almost inevitable. We know what we have by what we don’t have. Or might it serve as a mechanism for striving or longing, that keeps us moving forward - not fully content equals not stationary. If we were too content, might we sit in boredom or worse, fall into a depression due to lack of motivation. Because that state doesn’t sound like contentment, I doubt it would be a long term tool for our evolution. We are constantly in an expansion contraction cycle, with many different experiences a necessary part of our growth experience. The sooner we recognize an unhelpful focus (comparison, on what is unwanted etc.) the sooner we can get to a more peaceful state - still holding the growth opportunity as presented, leaving more room/time for expansion in this life time.
So no need to berate myself as it’s part of the journey. I noticed when it was happening and shifted my focus. Awareness sooner shortens the time spent unhappy. Allowing this to be the learning opportunity it is, and getting back to happy with what is as soon as I could - it’s the game of life. Moving through experiences and enjoying the journey, including the sticky and challenging parts, is ultimately what is going on here. This is where growth occurs! I have to remind myself of this rather than feel discouraged or worse, hopeless in a tough situation. But I have been practicing and it is getting much easier and I spend much less time ruminating about unwanted things. I am beginning to love this journey more and more!
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