Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Awaken and See

I live in Love and Love lives in me.
By the Grace of God, I am blessed with Gifts to be given.
Blessings abound for those who share Eternal gifts.
I forgive myself for any way I limit myself and my gifts.

See Below
 “The Week After Christmas”

Not Who We Seem To Be.

There is something more within us.
There is more coming through us.
There is more to know than what appears to be,
We are more than meets the eye.

Look beyond the body and you can see.
The great mystery is unfolding now.
Awaken and see what cannot be seen.
Listen and you will know what is the underlying show.

See the invincible.
See the all-knowing.
Trust there is more to be revealed.
Heal with your heart and the mystery unfolds.

Breathe the Breath of Life into your body.
Speak the Words of Wisdom from your heart.
Know the Powerful Creator deep within you.
Trust the Divine Spark of Love that has created you.

You are the voice of healing.
You are the words of forgiveness.
You are the Love that remembers to be kind.
You are the presence of infinite wisdom in all minds.

Get reacquainted and you will awaken.
Rise up with new almighty revelation.
Speak the works of celebrations.
And you will realize the touch of the Almighty.

Reveal your True Self to yourself.
Stop concealing the Greatness and Graciousness within.
Live as the example where Real Love begins.
Give your heart and Mind to God and Goodness now.

The world we know seeks our jubilation.
The ones we know want only to be seen.
The Caring we feel is wanting only to heal.
When we heal our minds, we all heal humankind.

This is our time to stop conforming to littleness and lack.
This is our time to take our victimization back.
These are the days we have come to see.
This is our time to set one another free to be.

What can we know but now it’s time it all show.
We can serve no one when we hide the Light.
Let’s claim our Divine Inheritance and remember All is possible.
Let us conceive and believe All Goodness and mercy for All.

See the Light with delight,
Betty Lue

The Week After Christmas

T’was the week after Christmas and all through the land
Things were all settled, it was all pretty bland.
The gifts put away, the sales all complete
Settled down by the tube in my favorite seat.

I had my awareness written down in my book
Had my insights, ideas and whatever it took.
The spiritual lessons had been easy to share
They were all filed away (I’m not really sure where).

When deep down inside me there arose such a clatter
It was really unfair. Now what was the matter?
Away from my chair I flew like a flash
I looked in the mirror and then came the crash.

My life was unsettled with nothing the same
And the worst of it all—there was no one to blame.
When what to my wondering eye should appear
But a glowing white light, from behind my left ear.

With a little old angel so lively and quick
I’d seen him before. I was going to be sick.
More rapid than eagles his pronouncements they came
And he whistled and shouted and called me some names.

“More action and faith and tolerance and trust
Now listen within, be responsible, you must.
To topple complacency and breach the fear wall
Now dash away, smash away, drop away all.”

As leaves caught up in a hurricane fly
All of my thoughts were thrown up to the sky.
And as they were jumbled and tumbled and swirled
I knew when they landed, it would be a new world.

And then in a twinkling, I felt it all start
The seeds of awareness awakening my heart.
As I came to my senses (picked myself off the floor)
I saw in my mind’s eye, a picture of more.

A world bathed in light, from the south to the north
With everyone on it aware of his worth.
No one was waiting for others to do,
Or to fix or to heal or to make it all new.

Their eyes how they twinkled, their dimples how merry
When they each played their part, the world was easy to carry
The smile on each mouth was drawn up like a bow
Shining laughter and love wherever they’d go.

The aura of kindness bespoke inner peace
Letting each individual experience release.
Oh the bright shiny faces, wherever you’d look
It seemed—to be willing was all that it took.

To start with ourselves, from deep down inside
To give our true gifts, not to withhold or hide.
With no blame, shame or guilt for our seeming mistakes,
A little forgiveness is all that it takes.

To clean up our world from inside to out
It was simple and happy and I wanted to shout.
Once I see the Christ presence in each person’s face
We all become one, with no distance or space.

I recalled in that moment just what my gift was
To love all of my brothers, with no “why” or “because”.
And I’m here to exclaim as I set myself free
I remember the truth—It all starts with me.

                             Adapted by Robert Waldon