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Inner Child Inspirational quote of the day

August 11th, 2010 6 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

The child must know that he is a miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like him.

~Pablo Casals ~

Pablo Casals lived a long fulfilled life walking in his full musician and composer potential. Somehow he received that message along the way and believed it.

…And here is the thing. If you are one of the majority of us, most likely you didn’t receive that clear message from society nor your parents, nor did they from their parents, because we all did the best we could with what we had. Now, if that vital message is missing in your thought process, it is your obligation to yourself and to humankind to speak it out loud crystal clear to your Inner Child.

“You are  miracle, that since the beginning of the world there hasn’t been, and until the end of the world there will not be, another child like you…” and the world is waiting for your unique authentic contribution. Think it, feel it, believe it, behave like it embody it in your character and your destiny!

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Love cannot be contained in the vessel of time.

May 4th, 2010 18 Comments » Filed under Acknowledgement

Very early on, I had this urge to decipher love. Love seemed to have a hidden power that somehow we were interpreting wrong and somehow through the masks of self deception, we had forgotten.

Many times it felt a hopeless quest, it was almost like as years went by, we were getting further and further away from its real meaning. Worse, its real meaning was ridiculed and devalued. We created all kinds of fences, vessels, actually containers to fill them with love, only to be surprised when it didn’t work as we expected.

It seemed to me that if you loved somebody unconditionally and this person fell in love with somebody else, no matter how painful it felt, love meant to embrace the relationship as it was and let it go. Who was I to expect to interfere with my beloved’s free will. It seemed to me, I had to take responsibility for the situation and ultimately accept we were not a fit.

But, and this is a big But, it also seemed to me our love was eternal as it was, somehow the present moment was bigger than we remembered, and somehow love was much bigger than 3 years of relationship versus a lifetime. It couldn’t be measured. Our sacred encounter on earth this lifetime somehow was much larger than a chronological physical presence. It couldn’t be contained.

At my father’s funeral, on Nov 8th, evidently, the priest chose one topic. He started by saying “We come here to learn how to love and to give love” That is all we are here for…and he talked about only that topic for half an hour. It felt he knew my father. He also was Spanish. Like my father’s ancestors.

I realized it was not a coincidence he was talking about this fundamental principle of life specifically at my father’s funeral. My father, through his humanness was the walking honest truthful personification of that search. He knew, in spite of the distractions. He had that deep belief and feeling in his heart. Love was much larger than we perceived it. We needed to remember the codes of it. We needed to stop jailing it in containers of specific people or specific times.

Separation was an illusion. 20 years is nothing, as the tango says, in the real reality.

He showed me how he felt it. He did it together with my mother. They both planted the seed in me. I managed to keep it alive, in spite of the painful illusion of separation.

Love is not to be contained to feed the illusion of separation from lack. It is an eternal force that feeds the reality from expansion to the awareness of the real oneness of all things.

How could we ever even entertain the thought that love dies in the presence of physical death, being ourselves electromagnetic spiritual beings having the human experience. That is serious forgetfulness.

How could we even entertain the idea that ends with physical separation, especially when you had kids. How could we even entertain the idea of pretending that love encounter however painful and joyful it was, what ever it lasted is not already ingrained in your dna…it wasn’t already ingrained in your dna from the beginning.

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