Let us Walk Together as Beloveds to Be the Embodiment of Divine Love
Apr09

Let us Walk Together as Beloveds to Be the Embodiment of Divine Love

*At the end of this piece, there is a link to listen to what is written here via MP3, if you prefer to listen to the vibrations* As a young girl, I remember asking my mother, “how do I know how he is feeling?” when asking about someone I had feelings for. My mother responded, “well, how are YOU feeling?” How profound and accurate my mother was. Every relationship is a reflection upon self while it also brings you beyond the identity of self. You are a being, a vessel of love. When waves of this love come up inside of you and desires to find an outlet outside of you to share the love with, this love naturally comes back within you, increasing this flow of love. Everyone is a reflection in essence and a piece of the Beloved. Beloved is God. Beloved is to be love and be loved simultaneously, balancing the giving and receiving of the love that you are. The giving and the receiving is always in balance. It’s only the perceptions that it isn’t or the actions that can bring about a blockage of either being the love or receiving the love that can make it seem like it is not in balance. God has both masculine and feminine energies flowing with each other in harmony. As the masculine comes out, moves through more strongly, more prominent at certain times, and the feminine energies comes through more prominently at other times. We can liken this to the image of the scales, where one is going up, then the other goes up. They always meet together in the middle in balance before they one becomes more pronounced than the other. That balance point is the making love point. However that point of making love is always present, even when the scales of the feminine are up, the masculine is down, the masculine is up and the feminine is down. At that making love point, brings both the masculine and feminine into balance. This balance, this union of what we term as duality, as opposites is the union of it all, is the union of all things. On this ladder of love, on this journey of love, we have many relationships, not always romantic. We have many relationships that reflect our love back to ourselves. We are love. The way that you, in particular, shine this love forth, be this love out, connect with this love inside, is your own unique vibration of love. As you treat every person that you come in contact with as your Beloved, as the Beloved that matches you, you enhance...

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The Number 69: What it Truly Means
Oct23

The Number 69: What it Truly Means

The number 69 has gotten a “bad” rep for many years because of the perception of separation between man and woman, as the focus used to be on the supposed “differences,” yet the truth is that we merge and become one together so easily as we see that the differences that have been highlighted are only what have been “learned” through society yet not the truth of our essence. People perceive 69 as being very sexual…but think about the images you receive when thinking of this number – if you are like many, you may see a woman and man (or any combination of sexes as partners) both physically/sexually *equally* giving to each other at the same time, hence the balance. In this vision, not only are the partners giving, but they are also *receiving.* Balance is about both allowing yourself to give but also to receive. This is truly what the number represents, the yin yang or balance. Therefore, we can take away the “sexual” connotation that the number has and take this *balance* into all of our interactions, and loving with our partner. And I also have to say that the physical intimacy is about loving deeper than just the physical parts…it is about balancing to include the physical (while knowing that sharing such is completely limitless) and all parts of a being…we are truly more than our bodies. Want to post this about what the yin yang symbol means…as the number 69 is yin yang, the balance. “In Asian philosophy, the concept of yin yang which is often referred to in the West as “yin and yang”, is used to describe how polar opposites or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other in turn. Yin yang are not opposing forces (dualities), but complementary opposites that interact within a greater whole, as part of a dynamic system. Taoist philosophy generally discounts good/bad distinctions and other dichotomous moral judgments, in preference to the idea of balance.” You can read more here: Yin Yang It is about balance…the merging of female and male to become one, knowing that we are already as such and allow ourselves to let go of what we can perceive to separate us, as well as bringing the attention to the deeper connection in all...

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