We hold the Truth within our Minds. Truth is Love. It is the Light of God. It is in us, around us and throughout. It is everything. It is the only thing.
I am aware of Truth.
Anyone can be aware of Truth. You don’t have to be special. You do have to be courageous. You have to be willing to question everything you believe and were taught. This part is not fun.
How do you know if you are open to Truth?
Ask yourself a simple question:
Do I believe I am more than a body?
I know I am more than a body. I sense it within me all the time. I feel the energy of our collective Oneness at all times. It buzzes through me and overwhelms me.
No one else around me seems to feel this Oneness. Everyone seems fully immersed in the framework that we are all individual selves.
This makes no sense to me.
We are One.
We are Truth.
What does Truth feel like?
It’s as if all the air and noise are sucked out of a room and all that remains is Total Peace and Love. It’s the loudest silence I’ve ever known. When I allow myself to break through my need for conformity and belief in external belonging and fulfillment, I am Whole.
There is no lack. There is no fear. There is only Love.
The best way to find the Truth in your individual story is to look at the places you feel the most love. Some good places to start are a parent/child relationship, immersing yourself in the quiet of nature or any time you feel joy or wonder in your life.
Real Love is trying get our attention all the time.
Here’s the tricky part, since Love is trying to find us at all times and in all circumstances, it uses everything in our life to awaken us. This means even heartbreak and tragedy are a call for Love.
There have been times when my heart has been so broken, that my suffering was so great, it pushed me to the edge and I have fallen into Oneness. These have been the moments when my individual self gave way to Total Love.
“It takes great learning to understand that all things, events, encounters and circumstances are helpful.”
-A Course in Miracles
While these moments were often fleeting, they also clearly showed me that I am more than this life.
I am more than this body.
So are you.