Everything that we sense is continuously in a dynamic state of motion. Yet we tend to want things to remain in a static state of ‘the way it is’. We become comfortable with events, occurrences, situations, circumstances and people when we feel we benefit from them and uncomfortable when they don’t. Our concepts tend to remain static while our experience unfolds in a dynamic expression of polarity in the perceived dualistic reality.
We observe, analyze and evaluate expressions in our environment as to whether or not they affect our survival instead of dismissing erroneous beliefs and trusting completely in the Divineto allow us to thrive. We enter this dance with hopes, dreams and wishes only to have them crushed in the cold hard reality of truth when we rely on the beliefs and constructs of others.
Our Divine purpose can only be manifested in Divine order when we discharge erroneous beliefs and completely trust In the Divine. It is NOT an impersonal relationship with some ‘energy’ or ‘spirit being’ that we ‘believe’ is there. The Divine is a living, vibrant and dynamic Creator that has bestowed the gifts of grace, free will and agape on us. The Divine has given us everything for us to co-create a life that reflects the seeds of greatness that were planted in our hearts from the beginning of our lives.
It is up to usto operate from those gifts and act out the manifestation of those gifts in our lives. No one can do it for us. Then why do we believe what others believe without questioning their motives or being true to ourselves? We accept complacency, mediocrity and what others say as ‘the way it is’ because it is more convenient for us than doing the work to ferret out the truth.
Instead of dancing through life focused on what we can get from others we need to move graciously through life serving others with our talents, skills and abilities in order to help them become whom and what they were created to be. We are all in this together and until we serve each other with Divine love we will never be completely fulfilled.
Being true to ourselves means the discharging of erroneous beliefs of others that we have accepted as true and coming to a complete understanding that trusting completely in the Divine is truly expressing love to our Creator. Anything else is a selfish acceptance of the illusion of the dance as being what is truly real. ~Dean A. Banks, D.D. (Spirituality Guidance Channel)