The Art of Beingness

Dear Ones,

The excerpt below made me think of (our) beingness and what it possibly means. It is not an easy concept to fathom, and perhaps it is even more difficult to accept and integrate it.

Does it have something to do with ‘being’ and nothing to do with ‘doing’?

I am not so sure any longer.

A little blue

Yet it is the idea that came to me a few years ago, the importance of doing. I was part of a retreat in the south of France and shared openly my desire to do something, to be of service, to contribute to humanity’s transformation. I had nothing concrete on my radar then.

In response, a friend of mine said,

“Why don’t you be, Gilles?”

If that’s the case, dear Ones, and possibly the opportunity, why don’t we …let it Be!

“Your beingness is so much more important than you realize, and when you’re tuning in to the being-ness of everyone and everything around you, you’re off to a good start. When you recognize that whatever is being shown to you is something that also exists within yourself, then you are as close to enlightenment as you can get. And when you make peace with everything as it is and everyone as they are, and then you accept, forgive, and love them, you are a true master. And if you are receiving this transmission, then you came to Earth because you knew you were a master. And knowing you are a master and experiencing yourself as a master are two entirely different things.”

“Once you experience yourself as a master, you will never want to go back. Going back will feel terrible, and you will have enough sensitivity to know when you are doing, thinking, or saying something that feels terrible. And you will care enough about how you feel to stop yourself before you go too far down that path. Now is a time where Earth needs more masters, and Earth needs more masters who don’t just know they are masters, but also have experienced themselves as masters. Once you do, you will never question again why you are there or what you are supposed to do, because you will realize that being a master will attract students, students who are ready to become masters themselves, and then you will live on a world that lives in peace and harmony, love and creativity.”

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About new desert

Nurturing the Gift of Seeking is about a spiritual "destination," a journey within, a new beginning, that eventually takes us where we are meant to arrive. Some call it Home, yet I am not sure what Home means, and where it is. Enjoy the journey, dear Ones! On this journey, what matters, first and foremost, is our seeking spirit. And the seed of perseverance--or faith, if you will. Happy journey, dear fellow Sisters and Brothers!
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