We are one. But we are not the same. We are each a unique expression of a specific part of the whole. The whole is everything.
When we are each in our right place, the whole works; it is incredibly beautiful, it feels incredibly right.
We are each, I observe, driven to find our place, relative to each other, relative to each part.
In our place, we are each the sovereign.
Our place is our jurisdiction; this is where we are to exercise our Free Will.
We are each in our body; the first increment of our space.
Though some, I have been given to understand, feel their body is not an accurate manifestation of their place. Its gender is not theirs. I can only imagine what angst this might cause, I who have felt at home in my body.
My body can be a very loud indicator as to whether I was living in my space…or not. If I am not noticing my body, the whole reflects my accuracy or lack thereof. The messages come in such a variety of ways, becoming louder and louder in order to catch my attention.
We are each born into a family. This may or may not at first inspection appear to be an accurate manifestation of our place.
But if it is not, could it be that it is thus designed to help us better determine our right juxtaposition?
What qualities, working together, are manifestations of our right partners?
What part of the world resonates as right?
What foods? What activities?
What forms of movement, modes of expression, style of attire…suit our sovereign self?
This life seems to me to be a process of ever deeper self discovery, in order to know who we are, in order to discover where we fit, in right juxtaposition to one another.
This adventure, insofar as romantic partnership is concerned, speaks especially loud and clear me, and I notice how many others are focused on this.
How sensible this is!
If we are to know ourselves, and properly ascertain that another is a suitable partner for us, how much more clear this will make things and how much easier it will become to evaluate our place-markers, based on two points of reference!
And when we choose a partner, and live thus for a while, what does NOT suit becomes so clear, and our minds turn so naturally to what might be better. And if we free ourselves (and them) to further evolve and explore…what a service we provide!
For when I take steps toward my true place, I help make it more clear to others where their true place might be, relative to me, to mine.
We recognize, I believe, the truth of a place by how it feels to us. In degrees of freedom we find our way. As clarity unfolds, what felt free might shift as we move through the layers of being, to sense the resonance with our core.
It is my highest service to my self and to others, to the collective whole (which I might call God), to find myself, to determine my place; to hold my space clearly in regard to others, and to allow and invite others to do the same.