“Thought-forms that are emerging from a sense of connection are so much more powerful than thought-forms which are emerging from a sense of separation”– Rev. Michael Bernard Beckwith
Life sometimes seems demanding, and we often have a tendency to live out long patches of it in response-mode as we react to the circumstances and stimuli that we encounter, trying to keep up with the hectic pace of this technological, economy-centered, career-oriented age. We often find meaning in the living as we go rather than embrace and enlist our greatest powers of deliberate creation.
The simple question, “How may I serve the highest good?” can be a powerful internalizing tool to awaken the deliberate creator within. Asked at the beginning or close of a meditation, when one is contemplating a course of action, or even when feeling anxious or fearful, subtle shifts happen. Fears seem more flimsy. Priorities seem to shift of their own accord and assemble in a way that lights a path of pure intentional being. One walks with greater clarity of purpose, caring less about other people’s judgements. Life seems full of possibility and potential.
Inevitably, the question, “How May I Serve?” will help to enlighten and make visible the divine guidance within one, which always seeks connection, which always knows the truth, which is always sure of itself, and which always expresses itself as loving gratitude.