When we give ourselves permission to be where we are, without judgment, we begin to see our true nature – and possibly the true nature of love. Can we love where we are? Are we willing to love this here and now experience even when it doesn’t feel ‘good’? Especially when it doesn’t feel good? Something magical happens when we follow through with this. If we’re always trying to get ‘there’, we’re never okay with ‘here’, and guess what? ‘There’ keeps alluding us because when we get to where we thought ‘there’ was, it extends off even farther still.
The True Nature of Love and Momentum
If we allow ourselves to be ‘here’ and accept and surrender and appreciate and feel this now ‘here-ness’ without conditions, we’re back in the flow of Intelligence; the flow of well-being. We’re in that ‘I am’ state of being, and then ‘there’ becomes ‘here’ because it’s a frequency thing. If we lower our vibration through judgment, expectation, or past imprints that we refuse to forego, forgive, or move forward from – then we aren’t loving ourself nor can we be fully open to love from others.
It’s a beautiful thing to surrender to where we are and see what we feel about it. This is the opposite of the judgment that kept us bound to the past; kept us feeling stuck. We want to go as deep as we can; to where there’s no depth left. Absolute surrender – that is true love. True love doesn’t need an object or a person – it just is. That is your true nature. ~ John Newton from “The True Nature of Love” Weekly Call Series Topic
John Newton considers his work to be complementary to the work of doctors, therapists, and other health care practitioners, not an alternative to their care. http://www.johnnewton.com
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With gratitude to Daniel B. Holeman for his visual creation “Light in Shadow” found on awakenvisions.com