Questions — From My Heart
Sometimes I focus on the steps I can take to make something perfect.
Or I hold myself back, worrying that I might share something before it’s perfect.
I wonder: Am I the perfect father?
The perfect partner?
Is the message I’m communicating perfect?
Do you ever wonder: what is perfect?
We regularly hear that everything is divinely perfect, just as it is.
But I have to tell you that when I was struggling to pay my bills, it didn’t feel perfect to me in that moment …
Until I release all attachment and surrendered.
Then it felt perfect.
Exactly as it was.
The source of resonance is within you.
So too is the source of dissonance.
These details are easy to forget, no matter how powerful or compelling they may be.
Even after we have had profound experiences of their truth – we forget.
Why is this?
Are we fundamentally flawed?
You gaze at a baby or a flower or the sunrise and see perfection.
Do you see the same when you look in the mirror?
When you were born, you inhaled and received.
When you die, you will exhale and surrender.
Is one more important than the other?
Kindness flows from connection.
Could there ever be way for the connection to be severed?
My mind desires complexity.
My soul is simplicity.
What does it mean to be whole?
Is happiness predicated on mental discipline?
What is really meant by: What you resist, persists?
Is the Divine capable of disappointment?
If we explore the ineffable, what is the value of communicating about our experience?
What does it mean to transcend?
What does it mean to transmute?
What are the serendipitous events of your life?
How have you been experiencing Divine Resonance in the last week?
These are some of the questions I’ve been reflecting on this week … From My Heart.
What comes up for you when you reflect on them? I’d love to hear from you.
I’m grateful we’re connected in this way.
The Soul Archaeologist
Experience the Divine Within