People are beautiful.
Sometimes I just sit and people watch. When we people watch we are looking at ourselves.
People are beautiful, but we can also be so frighteningly ugly because we strive for external power in the world.
That unconscious desire and fear makes us do terrible things and causes us to suffer. Yet, if you look deep beyond the fear and emptiness, there is the beauty of the soul that is striving to express internal creative power of cohesion with everyone else and the universe.
How can that be true?
Even in the trouble we cause, the negative behaviors, the painful karma we create, we are in the process of unfolding our soul and our beauty. We may think – how can that be true in all that pain, suffering and ugliness?
We’ve created the subconscious ego that believes it rules the world. And, so we choose modes of learning in which we use negative energy, harmful energy, and thus create negative karma.
The Great Principle is eternally compassionate
We’ve fallen and think we can’t get up. We’ve lost conscious awareness of our soul.
Yet, we are educating ourselves, and becoming more conscious of the Universal Laws. When we make a mistake it hurts and we think – perhaps we shouldn’t do that again! When I stumble and hurt, emotionally or physically, I always ask myself ‘why.’
Mentally we have separated ourselves from the Infinite and Source. That is a big mistake, yet not an eternal one. But, because of the Universal Laws, including the Law of Gender, time becomes a factor in our minds when we consider our spiritual journey back to full realization of who we are and unity with the Great All.
Mentally we’ve turned away from Love and Beauty. When we think of other people as beautiful we are relating to the Eternal, the Source of Beauty. When we love, including human love for a partner, child or pet, we are expressing an awakening to unconditional Love and Love of the Eternal.
We are harmonizing, healing ourselves.
In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB
“Material beauty is the expression in Matter of a Spiritual Power.”
Eugene Fersen, Aphorisms of The Lightbearer, page 153.