Inspiration about Finding your purpose (A MUST SEE) - YouTube
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If you want to help another human being, you always puts your attention on what it is that they can do to improve, rather than on what is wrong.
What is necessary to change a person is to change his awareness of himself.
If you have any other thoughts about it, then you really have to work about it, because it's an insult to that from which that you came.
When you trust in yourself, you trust in that very wisdom that created you.
An inspiration is about having that.
Motivation is getting an idea to its own conclusion, and not letting anything interfere with that. Highly directed to a particular goal. To carry out an idea. It comes from within.
Inspiration is the exact opposite. It's when an idea get the hold on you and takes you where you were intended to go in the first place.
Young Composer: "Herr Mozart, I am thinking of writing a symphony. How should I get started?"
Mozart: "A symphony is a very complex musical form and you are still young. Perhaps you should start with something simpler, like a concerto."
Young Composer: "But Herr Mozart, you were writing symphonies when you were 8 years old."
Mozart: "Yes, but I never asked anyone how."
The reason Mozart didn't have to ask anyone how to write symphonies is that symphonies presented themselves to him, invented, enlarge, produced, all at once in what he described as "lively dreams". Dreams that were so forceful that he had to stop what he was doing otherwise, and write down what he heard, almost as if somebody behind Mozart's consciousness desired these symphonies to be written.
You can find your calling by just being someone to listen.
Awareness: there is something that is calling you. When an idea gets the hold of you, you get to this place of surrender. You let go. You allow this great spirit to infuses you. It becomes this thing bigger than your life. That propels you in direction that you're willing to listen to.
But you have to change the awareness of yourself.
We are pieces of God, we came from a divine source. We have to trust in our divinity. We have to understand that we are not this package of bones and skin: that's the false self, it's an illusion. Who we really are is what we came from, it's eternal, it's kind, it's unlimited, it excludes no one. We are here as spiritual beings having a human experience.
You Edged God Out (EGO).
Belief system: who I am is no longer this infinite diving being who can step outside and observe.
We bought in an idea that who we are is what we have, is what we do, is what other people think I am, is separate from everybody else, separate from our source.
Inspiration is moving back into spirit. In a way that you no longer accept yourself as anything else but divine.
Rumi: The morning breeze has secrets to tell you: do not go back to sleep.
When you are inspired, by great purpose, extraordinary projects,
1/ all of your thoughts break their bonds.
2/ your mind transcends limitation
3/ your consciousness expands in every direction
4/ and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world
5/ Dormant forces, faculties and talents come alive
6/ and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than you ever dreamed yourself to be.
1/ thoughts that keep you disconnected from your source, out of harmony with spirit
Imagine a ladder, with on top "My desire aligned with spirit".
What is it that I offer up to this top rank desire? It needs to have thoughts, feelings and behavior that match.
Thoughts is energy.
Einstein: nothing happens until something move.
"Ask and it is given" (about desire): we attract what we don't want (because our thoughts focus on what we don't want), or what's missing in our life.
It's on his way.
By believing passionately in that which does not exist, we create it. That which is nonexistent has not been sufficiently desired.
Mark Twain: Forgiveness is the fragrance that the violet sheds on the heel that has crushed it.
My daughter had been a trouble maker. I called a family meeting. Each on of us told her how her behavior was affecting everyone else. How I couldn't sleep, how worried, how upset.
That night, she went out and behaved in the same way she did all along. As to say: I just don't need to hear how bad I am any longer.
In the Babemba tribe of southern Africa, when a person acts irresponsibly or unjustly, he/she is placed in the center of the village, alone, unfettered. All work ceases.
All gather around the accused individual. Then each person of every age, begins to talk out loud to the accused. One at a time, each person tells all the good things the one in the center ever did in his/her lifetime.
Every incident, every experience that can be recalled with any
detail and accuracy, is recounted. All positive attributes, good
deeds, strengths, and kindnesses are recited carefully and at
length. No one is permitted to fabricate, exaggerate or be
facetious about accomplishments or positive aspects of the
The tribal ceremony often lasts several days, not ceasing until
everyone is drained of every positive comment that can be
mustered. At the end, the tribal circle is broken, a joyous
celebration takes place, and the person is symbolically and
literally welcomed back into the tribe. Necessity for such
ceremonies is rare!
Dear Steve and Anita,
Rachel finished her work on earth, and left the stage in a manner that leaves those of us left behind with a cry of agony in our hearts, as the fragile thread of our faith is dealt with so violently. Is anyone strong enough to stay conscious through such teaching as you are receiving? Probably very few. And even they would only have a whisper of equanimity and peace amidst the screaming trumpets of their rage, grief, horror and desolation.
I can’t assuage your pain with any words, nor should I. For your pain is Rachel’s legacy to you. Not that she or I would inflict such pain by choice, but there it is. And it must burn its purifying way to completion. For something in you dies when you bear the unbearable, and it is only in that dark night of the soul that you are prepared to see as God sees, and to love as God loves.
Now is the time to let your grief find expression. No false strength. Now is the time to sit quietly and speak to Rachel, and thank her for being with you these few years, and encourage her to go on with whatever her work is, knowing that you will grow in compassion and wisdom from this experience. In my heart, I know that you and she will meet again and again, and recognize the many ways in which you have known each other. And when you meet you will know, in a flash, what now it is not given to you to know: Why this had to be the way it was.
Our rational minds can never understand what has happened, but our hearts – if we can keep them open to God – will find their own intuitive way. Rachel came through you to do her work on earth, which includes her manner of death. Now her soul is free, and the love that you can share with her is invulnerable to the winds of changing time and space.
In that deep love,