As integrated beings, you will begin to remember yourselves as extensions of the Divine. The practice then becomes to see those you still consider yourselves to be separate from as Divine as well.
As you start to bring this understanding deeper into your consciousness, it allows you to unlock more and more of the knowledge of yourselves as Divine. The opening to the flow of Divinity and seeing it in all is a very large step. This is one that comes from an open heart and a heart that loves not only itself but all that is before it.
You will find that the greater love for yourselves offers greater love for all. They go hand in hand because you are part of the all, just as you are individual.
The moving from a third dimensional individuated being with the full awareness and personality of what that individuation is to a being that recognizes itself as part of the All and Divine brings a perspective that is radically different than a being who has always known its Divinity. This expanse of self-understanding is being presented into the Divine flow. It is adding dimensions to the Divine awareness that expands it.
July 4 comes each year for those of us in the US. A day that reminds us what we stand for and how many of us identify ourselves.
The first Americans are those native peoples who have lived here and honored the land for centuries. The ideal of working with the earth is an underlying part of this country. Even if we have seemingly forgot this.
The colonists came from Europe. The US’s first immigrants. They came looking for a better life, commerce and religious freedom. They took up residence and grew in numbers.
The American Revolution and our Declaration of Independence was hard won in 1776. The desire to be free from tyranny. The desire to work as a nation that was “One Nation under God with liberty and justice for all”.
We find ourselves today divided, angry, frightened of each other and far from free. Maybe we need to recognize the humanity in each that transcends race, place of origin and religious background. For aren’t those things secondary to honoring and finding compassion for our fellow humans?
My guides commented on compassion yesterday:
Compassion takes stepping outside of person interest and recognizing the need of the Whole. This does not negate the individual or your needs. Compassion is inclusive. Compassion is the response of an open heart.
Thanks for celebrating your July 4 with an open heart! Lots of love, Linda