March 12, 2017
Be excited all day! You’ll need a clear mind, and everything will fall into place. All thoughts and emotions are part of life, and when the mind is clear, the right ones will be right. I’m remembering one of those phrases that are used occasionally without much thought of their meaning, ‘he’s got rocks in his head’. What it really means is someone is perceived as not thinking or seeing clearly, and the ‘rocks’ are obstructions to that. Start with knowing that it’s pretty exciting that you’re here especially at this phenomenal moment in time of the flowering of everything from human psychology, spiritualness, opportunities, technological breakthroughs and more exciting things than can be mentioned.
There was a song from a movie by Barbara Streisand that is for the mind and heart, ‘On a Clear Day You Can See Forever’!We have energies within us sometimes created by the outer osmosing into our inner, and sometimes just energy from the inner. The inner, when of a clear mind and heart is a cool, constant energy that may have no name, but could be identified as one of well being, blissfulness, or a cool steady sense of excitement, but not the kind that is overwhelming and filled with joy. That ‘excitement’ comes unexpectedly or in anticipation of something coming.
Spiritual excitement happens when you are fulfilled. Excitement that is new, especially coming unexpectedly is temporary. Know that there is a difference between bliss and happiness. Happiness is excitement; bliss is excitement without happiness, but not that you don’t have a sense of being happy. When people ask me if I’m happy, my answer is always, I don’t think about it since I am mainly in a space of a cool sense of blissful excitement. An example of a fleeting high intensity excitement is when two people meet when ‘all the lights of attraction begin shinning’. That kind or level of excitement is always for a short time. When two people are very centered, a blissful excitement for each other never stops no matter what.
The honeymoon is over usually in two or three full moons if not before, then most marriages and relationships meet the phrase, of having ‘fallen in love’, which is exactly what it says – falling into a lower state of the person with the least heart energy before they met. ‘Rising in love’ is moving with the bliss that always has it’s lights on. Cool excitement must prevail or boredom sets in after the rare moments of excitement.
You and everyone has a ‘tool kit’ to adjust the mind and heart to flow with soft running energy that is the ‘excitement’ of the angels or divine godliness. Once turned on and tuned into bliss, it never stops but for challenging moment, that fortunately have underlying bliss in them. Let go, lighten up and bliss comes of its own accord.