“You either live in unconditional love or just survive in delusional baseless fear.” ~ Jacent Mpalyenkana
When we dwell in unconditional love, we live: meaning that when unconditional love is our inspiration of being and doing, we are more connected to life and less influenced by fear, which is delivered by the egoistical delusional mind. When love is our inspiration, we base our decisions and actions on love. We go with the flow. We allow everything to come and go, and attach to nothing. We trust in divine wisdom within us. We have confidence that we are unshockable by conditions. We know that we are always supported, protected and loved beyond conditions.
You may demand to know, love for what, or who? The love I am attributing to is the love for your SELF. And by SELF, I am not referring to your body, identity, what you have or want. I am referring to you, the one looking behind those beautiful eyes: the shapeless, massless, undefinable, infinite you.
The next question then is, do you love your “SELF”? Which leads to other questions; who are you? How can you love someone or something you do not know? For now, just know that you are not your identity. You are not your body or race. You are “something” that can not be known by the mind. “Something” is in quotes because you are not a thing. You are of the likeness of God. So, when your inspirations are founded on unconditional love, they are anchored in God. And in God, you are always led to your next course of action. And as you know, God is all knowing, all healing, all loving, all satisfying and always the same.
I am assuming that you also know that God is not this huge guy with a beard in the sky. God is in you, expressing as you. With these facts you realize that when you know who or what you truly are, you live fully. However, when you believe that you are your body, or your identity, the ego becomes your master. There is no doubt that fear will often show up to inspire your decisions and actions. And with that inspiration, you will always lose out on what you truly want. You will often end up settling for less of what you want. You will continue relating with people who promote the ego’s works—and these include everything negative that you can imagine. It becomes hard to let go of whatever doesn’t really serve you especially when you are afraid that you cannot replace what you are holding onto with something or someone better. When you believe that all you are is your body or identity, you will live a very restricted, fearful delusional life.
So, are you afraid to walk away? Are you afraid to let go of that job, partner, relative just because you believe they can not be replaced? What is holding you back from walking away from that pain? Do you know your power? Because if you are of the likeness of God, then you have infinite power, solutions, wisdom, and eternal goodness within you, as you.
Solution: Remember who you are. Wake up.
Love and light