If there’s nothing to be done to become what we already are – is there anything to be done to realize what we already are?
Just as we don't have to add anything to what we are to be what we are - we don't have to add anything to what we are doing to realize what we are.
Realizing what we are is more of an undoing or a relaxing out of misperceiving what we think we are. When we 'perceive' Life directly rather than filtered through programming our true Self comes into focus.
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the way we live and relate within this amazing human experience.
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The conversation that the Time's Up movement began has the potential to move into something very profound - as long as we don't get stuck in fear and blame.
Here is an excerpt from the Thrive Global article below:
"Breaking free collectively, however, will not be easy. It will be very ‘messy’ –
not because of those who are as yet unaware that fear and blame are not the way
but because of the pull, for those of us who are aware, to go back into fear and blame."
In a hundred years I can envision humans looking back on the 21st century as
'The Great Remembering'.
It is my hope that this short video story about Emma is in service to that.
An audio interview about how the sense of lack does not feel natural
and how the sense of Wholeness does:
(Interview begins three and a half minutes in)
Article about Home - with a capital H ....
It is all very simple. Instead of seeing things imagined, learn to see them as they are. When you can see everything as it is, you will also see yourself as you are. It is like cleansing a mirror. The same mirror that shows you the world as it is, will also show you your own face."