prelude to oneness
by Sophia Love, published on November 19, 2018
Answers arrive immediately, seemingly synchronized. It’s as if there is a maestro, unseen, directing this piece that is your life.
Mistakes and unexpected movements seamlessly blend with all of those that were expected. The result? Music humming outside of any genre, yet a part of them all. Unity.
Some words to describe it…
From someone as they open an unexpected box received in the mail, a beautiful Nativity set: “I just saw this two days ago! I was wishing for it, but it was really pricey! I never told anyone!”
From someone struggling with self-love/forgiveness: “I had a dream. I can’t remember the details but I woke up feeling so much better somehow. Then, I received 3 messages from people I’d lost touch with. These were people who I always felt bad about the way our relationship ended. We are re-connecting now!”
From someone wondering why they are here: “I had given up hope. I received that same day an email acknowledging the positive difference I had made for someone. I never knew that what I did was important to this person. Maybe I do matter.”
From someone feeling isolated and alone: “I thought there was no real love left in this relationship. Today, out of the blue, there is talk about wanting to fix the hurtful things that have happened in the past. Amazing!”
Too many to enumerate here, each of them stands as evidence for ONE song, in harmony, yet composed of seemingly unrelated, improvised and isolated parts.
Watch for the notes. They will appear as the stuff of your life – mail, a comment, a dream, a package, an instant message, an email. This is what oneness looks like in human form.
Appreciate them and watch them multiply, then blend and harmonize.
These are the practice notes. That time, just before the concert, where everyone takes a turn to play and tune their instrument. The maestro does not bring them together yet – but that moment approaches, and everyone is preparing.
We are stretching our wings before flight. Be conscious of every contribution and focus only on what lifts you up – discard the rest. All of that excess and unnecessary weight will only drag you down.
You’ve got this.
We are the ones. We have anchored the light. It is done.
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