by Paul Moses
I was once asked: “Was there a time when you felt warm and yummy with a presence of stillness and the absence of anxiousness, seemingly not a care in the world, where every moment seemed magical? It might have been sitting on the beach as a young boy with friends – a joy to feel how lovely that moment is.”
How far are we from that loveliness that we need to numb ourselves from the very day we have lived? Remember when a day was so full of magic that at the end of that day there was no need to stay up later, as the day had a feeling of being complete. There was no way you wanted to numb yourself of such an amazing day and you looked so forward to closing your eyes and waking in that magic again. There was no need for coffee or any other reason to get through the day – you just wanted to be in the day. Tiredness was not present; vitality was in its place. There was an honesty in the fact that all we honestly had to do was to live in the true sense of the word.
When presented with this, we fall back into dishonesty and use excuses such as: “We are older now and with age vitality goes”, or “we have responsibilities now – I am a father, a businessman, a husband”, or “I have money troubles”, or “my wife has left me”, and so on and on.
We don’t seem to face the truth that every day is made up of moments that we get to choose how we wish to live. When did we choose to not live in the magic we know is there? When did we choose to be something we are not, to achieve something at the expense of our beautiful yummy bodies, that what we do as a job is more important and at the expense of ours’ and others’ lives, that we allow our hurt to make choices for us which keep us in pain and hardness walling us off from truth?
The warm yummy feeling I know of is love – the understanding that nothing is more important than my life and the life of others is also love – and to make choices in and with love is amazing. With such choices comes a joy to be alive and the awareness we are love and in essence we are all in this life together. Imagine if we took that magic into everything we do and express in a day – what would the day hold and what would our relationship with ourself and each other be?
This is the unfolding awareness that has come to light through my relationship with Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine.