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TWO WORLDS 27…
BEFORE we take on a new physical life experience, we/our soul, chooses the script, for want of a better word, that will make up the story for the life movie we wish to experience. The script contains the lessons with their positive/negative contrasts our soul needs to learn on our journey towards full conscious awareness. But at the same time, physical life was meant to be enjoyable – unless we take it all too seriously of course.
Before our incarnation, we know the physical world and the human life form we are about to enter is only a dream, but we want to get fully involved so as to experience all aspects of that particular life journey, so during, or shortly after physical birth, we purposely forget who we truly are, believing for the duration of the life term that we are this fictitious ego with a body and a name.
This enables us to fully immerse ourselves in the physical drama. Once our life term comes to an end, we re-enter the light and remember the truth of who you really are – eternal and indestructible. Experiencing physical life whilst believing we are this ego with a body and name has caused us some problems however.
We tend to take it all too seriously, suffering negativities like anger, anxiety, frustration and the fear that we will suffer either physically or mentally, or that our very existence may be jeopardized at any time. So then, how can we possibly relax and enjoy our life movie?
Not by any physical or mental effort, that is only our ego trying to do what is impossible for it to do. We need to stop trying to control our life, instead have the courage to trust in the process, become aware of the now moment and unconditionally accept whatever is happening in our life, without trying to change it – for the truth is, we can’t.
We must stop thinking so much. We should try to just enjoy the movie. We are someone entirely different to who we think we are. We will remember the truth when our present ‘life movie’ ends and we return to the light. Then, with a sigh of relief we’ll exclaim “Wow, why was I so anxious? Everything is really okay”…
Dan’s Quote: “Tread softly because you tread on my dreams.”- William Butler Yeats
Inspiration for this article came from the writings of Eckhart Tolle, Joel Kramer, Vernon Howard, ACM, CWG, Abraham, Many others and life itself.