Think & Grow Love

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Think & Grow Love


January 8, 2012
The key is to ‘quiet the mind’, and be free of thinking!  Thinking is a tool, but should not be misused to open thoughts which don’t generally meet the measurement of the practical, and positive. There is nothing other than human beings that can find infinite ways to communicate, thinking being the most popular way. Being able to think is a double edged sword. On the one hand, it allows infinite ideas to improve situations and things, and on the other hand, it has the negative ability to harm yourself, and others intentionally or unintentionally.

You can think and grow rich, or think and grow in a myriad of ways, but thinking has to know when ‘energy’ of the heart and being needs to be left to steer the chosen intent to the highest possibilities. Inner thinking is often attached to past programming. You need to let go of dependencies, and to be independent of them, and any kind of a slavery. Religious slavery is the worst kind of all. No help is needed from anyone as you have the absolute capacity to grow from within. Growth comes from within, and does not come from the outside.

The healthy mind must be capable of removing itself from a fear based reality to take a back seat with ‘no mind’, and be vulnerable, accompanied by an open heart for love to be nourished and activated within. The mind leads to a flat, one sided view of the world, and perceived personal needs that are never enough. Use of the ‘empty mind’, with awareness, is imperative for springing open the floodgates of the heart. The mind is an door opener to the heart, or one that locks the door while the mind accrues more and more clutter. The heart filled with love will always be satisfied, and willing to give of it’s energy.

If you’re going to be a slave to any outside influence, let that ‘slavery’ be in synchronicity with the heart, and freedom from attachment to all beliefs, dependencies, and addictive behaviors. If you can be someone, be a Christ, but never a Christian. Why be humiliated by worshipping someone who died 2,000 years ago, and who credible historians say never existed? The living need no more follow the dead, but seek the answers to bliss and godliness within themselves, and by themselves. Love is universal, and impervious to who can access it, but with an open being and heart. Love is in your very heartbeat. Quiet the mind and listen to your heartbeat! Arhata

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