When the portal opens on the day we agreed to journey to earth we forgot what we came here for. We know this to be true because most of us, not all of us, are always asking, “why are we here.” A nagging feeling that there is more than what we are experiencing now, especially when life is hard.
As for my meaning and purpose, I spent decades searching for the answers to the question of all the ‘Chit’ that comes my way, or the ‘Chit’ I create. But after every storm, every fabulous party, every good and not so great relationship, I take a deep dive into my interior castle, the dungeon of my solar plexus, the place in my body that connects it all. The fire of my essence. My expressions, my intellect, and that place that fuels my direction in life. My conclusion… In the end, it all boiled down to “Whatever the situation, solution or question, LOVE is what we came here for, and LOVE is the answer.”
Letting myself be guided by my Eternal Universe – that loving constant whisper – is the best decision I make all day long. I’m letting go and allowing myself to go with what is flowing at the moment, to draw from my well of kindness, compassion, and no bullshit. Not always easy, but a work in progress.
No matter how good or how hard my life is, I know it is always best to remain open to the highest vibration with the only answer in mind; LOVE.
Waking up is hard to do. Love is so BIG–so BRIGHT–so POWERFUL–so PRESENT that it eludes and blinds us from the truth about ourselves.
The words I have to say
May well be simple, but they’re true
Until you give your love
There’s nothing more that we can do
Love is the opening door
Love is what we came here for
No-one could offer you more
Do you know what I mean
Have your eyes really seen
You say it’s very hard
To leave behind the life we knew
But there?s no other way
And now it’s really up to you
Love is the key we must turn
Truth is the flame we must burn
Freedom the lesson we must learn
Do you know what I mean?
Have your eyes really seen?
Lyrics by Lani Hall
“Relationships without a Divine Aim always “break up,” for they are based on nothing. Divine Purpose could be described as forgiveness — the undoing and releasing of the ego. Belief in the ego prevents awareness of True Union and Intimacy. The underlying fear of Intimacy and Union is the ego’s fear of loss of itself, the ‘personal self’ and the ‘personal world.”