Sacred Road of Freedom
2007-01-20 0:00

By Christopher Moors | creativecosmos.org

Perhaps one day we will convene a meeting to discuss our successes and failures while on the Earth. There will be no judges, just lively conversation about the happenings encountered while incarnated in the body. No longer encumbered by the density of gravity, our ability to see clearly will pierce the illusions which often sway those on the ground disconnected from their soul. With chuckles and shrieks of horror we analyze and extract the lessons from the experience. The throbbing heart of the living Gaia makes it all possible and spirits from across the galaxy flock here to live her lucid dream.

With Christs, Krishnas, and Buddhas to forge a path, we have some reference to the sacred road of freedom. Dear people, realize that they would not want you to worship them, but to follow their example. How messages get distorted when told millions of times to millions of people for thousands of years! Strange as it may seem, often exactly the opposite of what is intended becomes the meaning attributed to the original sage’s divinely inspired messages. These truths do not come from the clouds, but are already written deep within all of our hearts. We are constantly told to look outside; nay, look in.

What we normally think of as life on Earth is merely the absolute surface of what is possible to comprehend. The dangers of constant entertainment are that you become occupied for every second of your waking life to the neglect of the extensive inner world just waiting to be awakened and cultivated. Every bit of light you shine inwards changes what is possible outside. Strength, courage, and determination will help you to find what it is you seek. There is no chance of failure if you keep going. Only if you give in to the pressures and demands of worldly ways will you lose the precious jewel of your soul.

Once you have come to know the character of your spirit, there is nothing that can ever take it from you. No matter what you come across, you will be able to negotiate the circumstance with dexterity and the fragrance of your grace will leave blessings in its wake. Flowers bloom in the aura of the enlightened one. If you are lucky enough to find a being with these heavenly qualities, drop everything and go to them. Try not to bombard them with trivialities. Instead sit with them, and turn your whole energy to soaking up their vibe. Drink deeply of this profundity and you will find that within you is the same.

~Christopher Moors

Article from: http://www.creativecosmos.org



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