“Nothing you can ever think, feel, say or do can keep you from being loved unconditionally.” – the Voice of Unconditional Love during my My Encounter with the Energy of Unconditional Love on Mt. St. Helena in late 1985. Recently (12/2/2020), I cloned a new thought: Nothing I can ever think, feel, say or do can keep me from being unconditional love. How do you like to think of yourself as unconditional love?
While I literally experienced the Energy of Unconditional Love during my encounter with it, I had a distinct feeling that it was my real HOME. Why would I think that? Also, if this is the birthplace of All That Is, why would anyone leave it? It seems to me, these two questions are extremely important.
First, why would I think of the Energy Field of Unconditional Love as my real home, unless it was? Can you think of a better place to be than inside a field of unconditional love? Who wouldn’t fall in love with the forgiving nature of this Energy or Entity, its acceptance of you without judgment, it’s assumption that what you are is love trying to find itself? It made it okay for me to see and accept my own basic goodness. It made it okay for me to be me!
Next question, if this is the birthplace of All That Is, why would anyone leave it? This question is a little more complicated. Suppose you’re the Energy of Unconditional Love. How could you know that if Unconditional Love was all there was? How could you know yourself as accepting unless you understood what it feels like to be rejected? Look at hate. Isn’t hate the most common reaction we have when we feel farthest away from love, when we feel unwanted or unworthy of love? In these moments, don’t we feel hatred for ourselves and hatred for others? What better way is there to appreciate the value of Unconditional Love? No matter how awful some states of mind may feel, how can we define ourselves without being able and willing to explore the differences between things?
So, is this why individual parts of Unconditional Love leave the nest, to be something else for a while so the Energy of Unconditional Love can know itself from every other form of energy? How can you and I know ourselves from each other unless there are differences between us and All That Is? How can All That Is fulfill its greatest potential without individuality and the ability of each individual to think, feel, act and react in its own unique way? Isn’t the glue that holds us together the occasional thought or feeling we have of being loved unconditionally, or wishing we be loved unconditionally? Like a moth to a flame aren’t we always being drawn back to our home of homes, the Energy of Unconditional Love?
What makes unconditional love so difficult to experience in human form? Is it the idea that we have to deserve something before we can experience it? Who says that we’re not good enough to receive it and who determines what it takes to be found worthy of experiencing it? How and why does it trigger such a strong emotional reaction in those of us who do experience it? Read Jay’s Story and mine to see how unconditional love affected us. If you want to read more accounts of people who have had encounters with the Energy of Unconditional Love, search for unconditional love experiences Online.
What are your thoughts about the nature and power of Unconditional Love? All I know is that, in the presence of Unconditional Love, I want to perform miracles, I want to be my best self. In the presence of conditional love, it’s another matter. By accepting and practicing Unconditional Love in our own lives, can we change ourselves and the world for the better? Is it worth exploring as a possible strategy for bringing about self and world improvement? Are we doing it already?
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“We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having (creating) a human experience.” – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
“How you define yourself and the world around you forms your intent, which, in turn, forms your reality.” – Seth
In other words, we create reality from what we choose to believe about ourselves and All That Is.
If we don’t consciously choose the ideas we accept as beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations, we unconsciously absorb them from our surroundings.
If the ideas we accept as beliefs, attitudes, values and expectations create our reality, can we afford not to question them?
What others will not or cannot do for us, we must do for ourselves.
What do we want most for our children, ourselves and the world?
The secrets of the universe lie hidden in the shadows of your experience. Look for them!
Affirm what you believe!