Within the soul matrix of every human being resides an artist. Our lives are the clay. If we faithfully direct our feet in the direction of our deepest longings, we will be shown the light that we carry within and that we have pledged to share. “Where your heart calls you, is where you have promised to be” says Emmanuel.
We often assume the role of beggar more persuasively than we do our true role as creators. We cling to situations, circumstances and people that do not meet our deepest aspirations. We feel undeserving of our most inspired vision. We might even believe settling for less is honorable believing, ‘I should just be satisfied with what I have.’
When we disregard our true desire, longing and preferences, we can put ourselves out of sync with our inherent vibration. We are not honoring these emotional indicators for what they truly are – messengers from the soul.
Do we realize what discord we contribute to the whole by making this our life
Rumi tells us that the ‘half loves’, our fearful attachments to that which the divine being in us would not choose, must be bravely forsaken in order to make our most generous contribution to this life; deliverance of the one true ‘whole-hearted’ self.