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The human mind tells us “Stop!” when it comes to our doing so many things in life, while the impulse of our heart tells us to go for it (whatever “it” is) because our heart knows we are created to fly far beyond the limited, opposing concepts of a world that would try to keep our spirit grounded by fear. The Love that lives in our heart is a fearless Love that fills the Whole Universe with life. It places no limitations or conditions on our self-expression. The moment we allow our heart to take the lead in our life, its impulse inspires our thoughts, words and actions.
When Love is confined to the mind, and defined by our personal requirements for its expression by us and others, we confuse our definitions of love with Love, Itself, and we miss the Free Spirit of Love altogether. Love defined by the mind is seldom allowed expression because the very same mind that offers us reasons to love gives us plenty of reasons not to love. Everyday somewhere in the world unloving thoughts, words and actions take place (sometimes by us). But, it is when they seem to be more destructive than our own unloving thoughts, more harmful than our own harsh words, and more damaging than our own unkind actions (In other words, it is when they become news-worthy) that we begin to notice something isn’t quite right with the world in which we find our self.
When unloving, harmful, and damaging actions take place close to our dwelling place (i.e., in our country), and when those actions of “un-Love” involve the young as they did in Florida on Valentine’s Day, our attention seems to be more “personally” drawn to the hole in the collective human heart caused by the belief that we are separate from Love and each other, need reasons to love one another, and have good reasons to fear one another. Fear, and all it gives rise to—feelings of unworthiness and actions of rage, feelings of unlovability and actions of fury—are judgments of the human mind, not impulses of the heart. (Read more…)
Sociologists say the indwelling presence of Unconditional Love is evident at every birth in the hand of every newborn baby. It doesn’t matter whose finger is placed in a newborn baby’s hand—regardless of age, education, religion, gender, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation—a newborn baby will gently clasp that finger in what is referred to as a primal finger-hug that unconditionally honors whoever has placed it there. Yet, a baby holds that finger without holding onto it, so the baby just as gently yields to the visiting finger’s departure at the instant it is taken away. It is believed that this universally offered finger-hug reveals the primal absence of interpersonal friction at birth, i.e., it reveals the absence of judgments and opinions at birth. They say the finger-hug is an instinctive greeting that demonstrates how free we all felt (in the beginning) to join with one another without barriers or resistance. (Read more…)read more
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Life Enrichment Center is a spiritually positive, life-affirming Center. We believe God is Good and created life to be good! Our purpose is to empower people to live the joyous, abundant, and unconditional loving life they were born to live. If you are looking to enrich your life through positive thought and action, and discover the power of God within you, come join us on Sundays. Your soul is welcome here!