Keeping, once we have found them, successful ways of being within the inner/outer connection (the magical gateway) such as with meditation and mindfulness techniques etc. can bring a helpful rhythm and order in life and a gradually encompassing sense of peace. Focused breathing is a useful addition, bringing a calming and much welcomed stillness, letting the ripples in the busy pool of life still upon our gaze and breath. A sense of wholeness and well-being can then expand, that is beneficial to ourselves in challenging and difficult times and to others around us, when the way is tough and uncertain.
Feel this healing then extend and wrap around the whole planet as a rays of golden heart-centred healing and as each person working for the good of the whole is likewise touched and uplifted in spirit, adding their unique contribution of goodness. Their environment helped in positive ways too. The qualities of courage, strength and determination come into play within our meditation and Service to the Light in whatever way that expresses. Nothing worthwhile being easy and in the path of the Mysteries, the way is often uphill and needs a steadfast application of personal effort – but the Light is always there – and the wonder of a new golden day dawning, beckons us onwards as the clouds of doubt and negativity so loved by the media part!
A comfort is felt, a learning and growing of our strengths through compassion and help to others and in Service to the Light as the cosmic and earth Mother and Father remind us, All is One.
John O’Donohue offers uplifting words of guidance..
“If your soul is awakened, then you realize that this is the house of your real belonging. Your longing is safe there. Belonging is related to longing. If you hyphenate belonging it yields the lovely axiom for spiritual growth: Be-your-longing. Longing is a precious instinct for your soul. Where you belong should always be worthy of your dignity. You should first belong in your own interiority. If you belong there, and if you are in rhythm with yourself and connected to that deep, unique source within, then you will never by vulnerable when your outside is qualified, relativised or taken away. You will still be able to stand on your ground, the ground of your soul where you are not a tenant, where you are at home. Your interiority is the ground from which nobody can distance, exclude or exile you. This is your treasure. Where your treasure is, there is your heart also.”