Nothing is more disturbing than looking for love in all the wrong places, and not finding it. The scariest, most mind boggling question behind displacement trauma, loss, anxiety & separation is “Where is the Love?”
I never gave up on looking for Love even when the looking almost killed me a couple of times. Of course we can’t find true love out of our Self, but that can take a life time to realize. It’s as if on planet earth, we need to lose our egoic-self-centered-separation-from-Love, before we can find authentic Self-love.
I found a way of accessing the frequency of Love by opening my heart 2 the breath & celebrating the sacred now, moment by moment, breath by breath, through the five steps of The BREAZE. The question “Where is the Love?” came up for me last night on my way to a farewell party of a crisis center I taught meditation for 15 years. Rather than getting all worked up about the lack of graciousness I’ve been feeling from the organization I made sure that I be extra gracious myself. It worked, and everyone I encountered made a comment to me that reflected graciousness.
Asking “Where is Love – now?” is more helpful in connecting to it in the present moment, rather than keeping it in the negative past & future predictions in the head. It also allows for the question to be heartfelt rather than heady. Perhaps Love is the heart opening to the breath of now.
Samuel Jakob Kirschner, Voice of The BREAZE
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