I appreciated all your lovely support from the comments to this week’s post; Love is the real Father Christmas.
The big realization for me was that I find it easy to be love-in-action when I’m not attached to the outcome, when it is something like working with natural fibers which I innocently love and delight in.
I agree with Megan and Nadia:
We can manifest more easily when we are coming from love and being relaxed.
However have you too noticed you stop being love-in-action when you are not relaxed?
Have you noticed too that when you desperately want things to happen, when you deem it to be an important area of your life; for me they are areas such as money, relationships, and business, being relaxed and love go out of the window and so do the miracles?
Or am I and Megan the only ones?
Megan shared that:
When I’m conflicted, though, and can’t get out of my head, everything is a struggle. Manifesting goodness feels like work.
If I truly love something like my spinning, I can not be dominated by it. But I am dominated by cyberspace and my blog, I am dominated by making our business a success. I am attached to the outcome and fearful of it not working out. As soon as I’m fearful, I’m feeling dominated and I disconnect from synchronicity and the miraculous. Everything becomes hard work and force and I totally lose any sense of ‘when enough is enough’.
For me love is letting go of my Little Voice’s stories about how it never will work out and that I have no idea what to believe.
Love is allowing; allowing things to reveal themselves in the moment. I think this is what Robb is referring to when he writes:
…it was not till I trusted myself to feel love in Nature that I could begin to trust my instincts out here.
Nature is the perfect place to let go of our stories that overshadow love and give ourselves over to feelings of wonder and innocent perception.
I am learning like you that when I listen to my fearful Little Voice that overshadows my love, I make dumb decisions, like deciding to work harder in order to get a result or that driving uninvited onto private property is wrong and I have to get out of there as fast as I can as I am such a fool.
I know like you that when I approach things, people and tasks in my life coming from love, I am able to see the wholesome ‘what is so’ and work with the flow in a very productive and constructive and miraculous way.
My next assignment is to be love-in-action in the areas in which I am seriously attached to the outcome.
Those are the areas that need me to be the change I want to see.