The event: do we really want to know?
by Sophia Love, published on June 18, 2018
We are sitting around a campfire. The brown-eyed 5-year-old blurts out “Neptune is one of the farthest planets in the solar system”. His parents, visibly surprised, say “Where did you hear that?” “In school”, comes the reply (he’s been in day care since birth). “Why don’t you tell us the things you learn in school when we ask you how your day was?” “Because, he patiently asserts, “this is relaxing, around the campfire time. It’s not fast drop off, pick up time of usual. The is the relaxing time, when we talk.” There is a moment of silence as we all take this in.
I spent the weekend in the woods with this remarkable, brilliant child and the rest of our family. Although his wise words could lead us into a lengthy conversation about the “rat race” of 2018 family life and what that is accomplishing, instead let’s take another direction.
This “rat race” contributes not only to a lack of communication within families. It offers up an expectation for quick answers that are given to us within designated pre-planned time allotments. We think that what will satisfy us is a controlled plan of things we can count on. Yet the moments we remember are those that delight and surprise us; the two tiny paws of a racoon on our arm as she peeks at us over the hammock’s edge, the butterfly on our tent stake, the shooting star seen through the tent screen. It’s the stuff of our best recollections; these moments make our memories.
Our deepest truth is the moment not called forth with thought, but instead resting within.
These are our drivers, pre-installed into our human form and consistently fueled with delight. This is love expressed and bliss in human form. It’s what draws us back to this little planet over and over again. They rule the playback of the events of our life. You’ve seen this message on your device, haven’t you? “The driver for ___ must be re-installed.” Nothing happens without it.
Consider then creation. The manifesting of anything begins with your intent, belief, imagination and core-self. In this self is held the ruler of your life; although invisible, it drives everything. Nothing happens if not driven by your core self.
Consider “the Event”. Months and years pass with the same questions. When? How? Where? Who? How long? These are questions for dialogue perhaps, yet they do not begin in our core self. Instead, our driver insists on surprise, joy and wonder; the emotions fueled with love.
As we move closer to discovering our inner truth, we simultaneously create a life built on that truth. We’ve imagined the event to be a single moment that will surprise us and infuse us with love and occur at an expected time so we can be prepared. So, we can quit or not quit our job, move or not move from our current location, leave or not leave our current lover. To some extent we’ve all asked these questions.
They’ve been answered unsatisfactorily every time. Either because a date or an answer was given that didn’t transpire, or because a date or event was never even given.
This, I’ve come to believe, is because we are creating it all and our deepest truth and core aspect, the driver of this life, wants a memory worth remembering, a surprise “Event” infused with love that we’ll carry with us always.
Our evolution demands increased awareness and pushes us ever forward. It takes us to ourselves, our inner light and unspoken imaginings. As we evolve we create as well as experience physical ascension right where we stand on solid ground. No one can tell us how this Ascension is done – it remains un-manifested until we believe it into reality.
This core belief, the driver of your dream, operates on what enchants you; it is fueled with passion. Expect the “Event” and subsequent Ascension to be bliss-filled and wonder-full. It is this self that holds your truest longing, and your ego persona that clutters all of that up with fear, judgment and anxiety. Seek not answers to your worry-filled requests, but responses to your full and perfect heart. It is these that create for us a life worth sharing in campfire stories; that emerge during our “relaxing times”.
Our anxious opinions and fret-full inquiries serve to slow down and interrupt what is a natural evolution that is happening seamlessly, in each and every “now”. We need only believe it, intend it, and wait for it. This requires trust; trust in ourselves.
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