When I get this information, I have to write, as it comes so fast that I can't retain anything coming through. Only later, when I look back at the "chicken-scratch" will I recognize it, or in little "blips" later... sometime much much later.
In amongst all I got this one specific day I got two VERY strong messages, that made absolutely no sense what-so-ever, but I've totally come to understand on a daily basis since. "Everything is in reverse".. and I said "huh"???? And "Pay attention to the signs"... "ok" I said, then I got "no, literally"... okay.. this one has had dual meanings for me. So now I pay attention to absolutely everything. :)
To come to "this place", everything has to be reversed... unlearned... as much of the time it is the very opposite of everything we've ever learned or come to know.
We work our entire lives (or however long) to earn as much money, to buy as many things as we can, to obtain "things" only to come to realize that nothing material matters at all and to turn around and start releasing ourselves of the "things" we have acquired in order to simplify and make room for the "important" things. It's like coming full circle... we start out with nothing (or I did) to work for everything to end up with nothing in order to be happy and experience things as they truly are. Simple.
We are raised needing to know "why"... to find out why doesn't matter. Actually, being taught in school "who/what/when/where/why" and actually none of that matters. It just is. And that is enough.
We work to change, to improve, to control to find out that things are exactly perfect as they are and we never had any control at all. That until we learn to let go of total control we could not even comprehend that concept.
We spend our lives running from emotional trauma, building walls to protect us, make us strong... to find out that we have to stop & face it all in order to be able to move past it and let it go... that all of those walls have to come down before we can access our heart and feel without pain, that the strongest of all is also one of the most damaged. That strength is not in being tough, but facing those things we fear most of all and overcoming them so there is no longer any fear and so that we can exist in perfection without blame, shame, fear, or guilt.
We are taught that others are more important than we are (some of us are), to find out at until we can love ourselves first and most of all, and put ourselves first, that we are of absolutely NO use to anyone else, much less ourselves. When WE become most important and treat ourselves with the utmost respect, THEN we can do the same for everyone & everything else around us. Then when we realize that, we find that there is no ME.... lol That we are of one universal truth, period.
My food for thought for the day :)