Monday, April 22, 2013

Thought for the day…

Who Am I?

The right answer is, “Who do you want to be”? 

For almost two years I have experienced what some would describe as a “spiritual awakening”, I like to describe it as “finding my way to the path of enlightenment”.

I woke up this morning and wanted to share with my readers what my journey has been like. So far the only audio book I found that remotely comes close to describing, in layman's terms a portion of my experience is titled: “Conversations with God”, written by Neale Donald Walsh. 

By no means does this book contradict what remains of the teachings of my Native Indian and African ancestors, but the book has enabled me to understand that there is "good and bad" in each and every situation; "one" has no greater relevance over the "other" and neither does "one" cancels out the "other", its simply how "one" chooses to observe or deal with the situation at hand.

The purpose of this post is not to offer you what God has revealed to me, but to let you know that each and every one of our lives has a purposeful meaning and when you are ready to ascend to a higher place, God will tap you to come forth to accept your calling, which is to always serve his/her purpose, not man or woman.

Human "beings" have finally arrived to a unique place along our "human" evolutionary process.  Unfortunately mankind has yet to fully comprehend the driving force that’s kept him away from seeking true “spiritual” guidance from the highest source of our existence.

It is said, “What once was, will always be”.  My take away from this proverb is my belief that we are all connected to the same "life source", some more so than others.  Medical studies have shown that the average human accesses only 5% of the human brain while the rest of their brain lies dormant.   It’s like using only half of one of your lungs to breathe. 

If we, as a human race, truly want to achieve Peace on Earth, then we will have to believe it in our souls that God will rescue us from our own pain and suffering.  It’s that simple, just “believe” and God will do the rest! 

By the way, my calling is not to minister, “why would I want to do that?!”  We are all given a choice of free will and God will allow you to fulfill your ultimate purpose in life as long as you're willing to come forth to “rise to the occasion”.

Good luck on your journey!


Anonymous said...

Sy, Wow is all I can say, you never seem to amaze me. Keep up the good work and continue to spread Gods message.

Anonymous said...

Einstein once said, "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science. He to whom this emotion is a stranger, who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead: his eyes are closed." Syneeda what you are experiencing is, "you becoming one with our creator". Keep spreading your blessings, maybe one day we will all see the light.