Day to day human life can be tough, hard and challenging. When we can touch our true, inherent divine nature, when we can remember and feel that we Are Love, life can feel easier. When we allow our Divine Being, our True Self, to flow and migrate into our humanity, we can feel lighter. Trying hard, efforting to make this happen actually slows the flow. How do we let go and allow this flow of Love and Light when we can feel so stressed and tense in human life?

We need to be willing to trust that the Life force that flows through us is Love, and Love is the True Reality. Our human experience is temporary reality. It will eventually end. Our True Reality, our Loving Being, is what we really are, no matter what we are temporarily feeling or believing. Eventually our True Loving Nature returns, and we feel it, if only in glimpses. Those glimpses remind us of the truth that we are inherently loving beings, and that Love will get us through anything and everything. It’s the buoyancy that helps us ride the waves of human life.

I call these glimpses glimmers. The glimmers come and go, we move into them and away from them. It’s not meant to be something static, it’s fluid and dynamic. So it’s okay that we move back and forth, round and round. We are always human and Divine at the same time. Life is all of everything and it’s all energy, so it’s always moving and changing.

If we can just notice what is happening now, we can be easier on ourselves. Because whatever is happening now, will change, will morph into something else, sooner or later. A friend described this ever moving dynamic as the infinity symbol and we are always tracing the path of that symbol.

Poet L.R. Knost says it this way:

Life is amazing. And then it’s awful. And then it’s amazing again. And in between the amazing and awful it’s ordinary and mundane and routine. Breathe in the amazing, hold on through the awful, and relax and exhale during the ordinary. That’s just living heartbreaking, soul-healing, amazing, awful, ordinary life. And it’s breathtakingly beautiful.

~ L.R. Knost