My Source is not my job, money or the people and things that surround me. My Source is deep within me speaking in silence and moving in stillness. It is the birthplace of the well-spring of thought that bubbles up into my consciousness. My consciousness is the aggregate of biological energy know as my mind. It ‘feels’ the electro-chemical processes in my body and translates them into images and words that I understand. It projects my understandings of my life onto the omniversal stage of shared existence by the feelings and beliefs I have accepted as true and passionately pursue.
AsI receive the reflections from my projections I come to realize that what I put out comes back to me to increase my understanding of what is. The balance and order of my experiences are a direct result of what I share and don’t share. Do I choose to share nothing and hold back what I perceive as being good only for myself? Or do I share Divine love with everyone I encounter? Whatever I hold back holds me back. Whatever I treat selfishly, limits my perceptions of the bounty of the omniverse. Whatever I claim to be mine and mine alone is the rock under which I hide from reality.
My Source is within me and it supplies ALL of myneeds, wants, desires and expectations when I allow it to be. I have been given the free will to go along with the grain of life or go against it. The lessons I learn from life are the guidance I receive when I understand that I am divinely loved. The Divine Infinite Creator Spirit of God is my Source and all existence comes from that Source. If I am a child of the Most High, then why would I choose to live in anything else but the blessings of the Divine?
It is my ego that chooses that and my job is to keep it in check so that it doesn’t fool me into believing that it knows more than the Divine. Listen to the voice of divinity and not the voice of selfishness masking itself as the voice of reason. It only works if you ‘believe’ it is the truth without testing its validity.
Listen to the silence and move toward the stillness. It is there that the absolute truth of life exists. Not in the yammering of the selfish ego. Be ye therefore perfect! ~Dean A. Banks, D.D. (Spirituality Guidance Channel)