Monday, September 26, 2005

Let it be.

Remember the how is not up to you. This is something I've struggled with off and on for many years. It is only recently because of my meditations on thoughts coming into form that I realized this important principle. The weight of worry is removed when you stop your thoughts from engaging in how. You do everything you can to set up your vision and to act upon it daily. After that the process is out of your hands except for one thing and this is the most significant thing.
During each day remember your heart's desire with certainty.
We can find the reason for this inside of the Ten Commandments:

1) Thou shalt have no other gods before Me.

In this case Me is your heart's desire. This is what your thoughts keep coming back to. This is what is highest in your mind and moments of your daily experience. In others words don't be distracted or attracted to something that isn't your heart's desire. Don't settle for less. Only One is on high and that is your heart's desire.

2) Thou shalt not make unto thee a graven image, nor any manner of likeness, of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth;

Do not dwell upon something that you do not want to experience. Do not let take shape in your mind's eye that which is not your heart's desire, that which is not what you want to experience. Do not groove anything which does not come from the soul of your heart's desire.

3) Thou shalt not take the name of the LORD thy God in vain

Do not take for your heart's desire something which has no meaning to you. Do not put your efforts into foolishness. Do not waste your time in this way by envisioning that which does not have a deep meaning for you.

4) Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.

Let your vision go. It is the out breath. See your heart's desire, this is the in breath. Let is go this is the out breath. Yes think about it to remember it and then let it go for it is in this instant of thought that the forms are being prepared for you. Do not dwell as I said above on how this takes place. Just remember and then let it go even if you remember a hundred times a day, also let it go a hundred times a day.

5) Honour thy father and thy mother, that thy days may be long upon the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee.

Again we are to remember our heart's desire and that it has come from the heart of our soul. The father and mother of our being, the vision and listening of our spiritual self. When we are able to do this then we can make each day in perfection that which is ours.

6) Thou shalt not murder

Don't work against yourself. Don't find reasons to destroy that which you love. Your heart's desire is alive in the imaginings you have. Keep it so by remembering it and letting it go. Do not find reasons for it not to be and therefore destroying it before it has a chance to become.

7) Thou shalt not commit adultery

You have a dream, your heart's desire. It is yours alone. Another's is not suitable for you. It doesn't fit you because it did not come from you. That which another desires is theirs alone. Work within your own purpose and see revealed before you that which you are in truth.

8) Thou shalt not steal

When your thoughts go astray you may be tempted to think about something which is not your heart's desire but has come from someone else but now you are working on this as well. Chaos is the result of thoughts which do not center in the maker truly. You are the maker. It is your thoughts which produce your heart's desire and not another's. Give of yourself; that is give of that which you are bringing forth into this world.

9) Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour

See the truth as it is. Many are those thoughts which come through each day alongside of the one's which depict your heart's desire. Use the power of discrimination to see what it good each time. When something comes in that feels right and then another thought argues with your feeling, do not discount your feelings because they are there to guide you.

10) Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house; {S} thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife, nor his man-servant, nor his maid-servant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour's.

Make your own visions. Another's will never do for it cannot fulfill like the demonstration of watching your heart's desire come to life all around you. The story is given about the wealthy man who is constantly sick. You do not want his wealth because you may also have his sickness. Keep what is yours and allow others to do the same. Ultimately thoughts are are exchanged between us so it is important to focus on your own thoughts. The thoughts of another come from a place you know not and are better off not tuning in to.

In summary. Remember your heart's desire, let it go and don't worry about the how of manifestation.
Let it be.


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