Your True Purpose
FOR YOUR SOUL, SPENDING A LIFETIME AS A HUMAN BEING enclosed in a dank and cumbersome physical body feels strange and uncomfortable at first… until you get used to it. As time passes and you forget where you came from, you settle down and accept your body and this world as being reality.
But it is not reality. While you are living a life as a human being, you are separated from your true home, and because your memory has faded, you can no longer be certain that it even exists… and if it does, that you will be able to return to it.
In the physical world you must learn to cope with conditions that are harsh and unforgiving. You will experience intolerance, anger and sadness while searching for happiness and love. You must try and not lose your integrity along the way by sacrificing your compassion and goodness for selfishness and spite.
Your soul knows that living in an imperfect world will help you learn to appreciate your home and the true meaning of perfection. You must realize that in reality you are perfect in every way and learn not to take this physical life to seriously.
You should laugh at yourself and the foolish predicaments you get yourself into along the way. Life is full of conflicts, and the struggle and the pain, as well as the happiness you experience are all reasons for your being here.
Take heart and know that you are more special than you realize. You have come here for an intelligent purpose. All that you love, all that you enjoy, all your pains and all your sorrows are also being felt by the ‘Collective Consciousness’ which adds to the expansion and perfection of the ‘Physical Life experience’.
So next time you suffer some misfortune, or even when you experience some joy, know that it is being shared by the ‘Collective Soul’ (God?). You may think that this world is callous, hard and unfair… Oh if you only knew just how much your soul desires such experiences…
Dan’s Quote: “The trick is to remember what you can’t remember.
______________You are an Eternal Soul… Remember?”
Part of this post was inspired by the writings of Michael Newton.