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All Is Full of Love

Post by Marky T » Fri Nov 06, 2015 9:58 pm

Hi everyone!

Nice to meet you all, I am Mark from the UK. It is nice to have a place where people can connect about the Divine Truth. My favourite subject is love, because I believe love is the catalyst for everything, and it is the particle that holds all other particles together (speaking atomically here!). To sum it up, God is everything, God is in everything, God is what Love is. God is Love and Love is God. That is how it feels for me anyway, I don't know if it is a good way to put it. Nothing good happens without love.

For me personally, my childhood was not the best to put it lightly, and I felt a deep sense of being unloved. And I carry that with me. However, it pushed me to really want to know what love is, it was my most fascinating subject of interest. What is love? Of course the world will say one thing, and, I don't know, having gone down the relationship route of love, feeling a need to be 'in love' it made me think the world is wrong in it's romantic portrayal of love. But I never stopped looking for the answer to, what is love? Looking for the love which is of a godly and pure nature. And I don't mean romantically. I'm sure there is a possible addiction here, if someone can advise on that then great.

I'm very open to learning, having made so many mistakes and yet discoveries in my life. I like to think I've always moved forward, somehow I am always able to hear my heart, even at the darkest points of my life when I felt that it was over.

I find myself somewhat judgemental (an overuling mind), not in the typical way, but in the way of judging others by how much love is coming out of them, or rather the opposite of love coming out of them. Somehow it builds a feeling of fear, thinking of the destruction they are capable of (I somehow exagerrate the emotion, actions or decisions devoid of love scare me). Observational, analytical. It doesn't serve me because this turns into a somewhat hopelessness, that I am in an unloving world. Leading to a feeling of being trapped, feeling unconnected, feeling like God is not there. To some degree I feel my 'generalised' judgement of the world has some truth, but logical judgement compared to spiritual judgement, does not have truth. Love is the truth. To love your enemies, to love those who persecute you, to love those who you witness persecuting others. And as I know, when I am truly myself, mysoul, that I must love all 7 billion people on this planet unconditionally.

In regards to LoA, I feel I am spending a lot of time observing lack of love rather than focusing on love, and I know this is part of the issue, than can spiral my emotions out of alignment.

When people choose to use logical expression to inspire, like, picture quotes on social networks - I do not know why they choose this over being a loving expression 'from their self, their soul'. If a person says, read this book, or read the bible, my soul is saying if you feel such a way why do you not read something of your choosing, why must God come through something rather than you? This is an example of this observation, and type of judgements I have. But they weigh like a heavy burden, when I see how people choose to be, or the ways they choose to love or not at all. Any perspective here also much appreciated.

I am here to learn, to progress, to change for the better, to be closer to God, but mostly, to be an instrument of God if I can, to inspire and uplift the people around me. I've always wanted to make the world a better place, I don't know if thats some addictive fantasy, but it always felt that is what I am here for, to find the way. And I truly believe, people are important in making that happen for each other. The church is the people, it is not a building or an institution - people sharing divine truth that we may each be more aligned with it.

Love aligns things, and in a place that harbours the divine truth of it, it can align those who feel a somewhat hopeless, confused state of being like I have come to feel. I'm looking for inspiration and change, and a sense of community so that I can be a part of a community and feel a part of it in a positive way. I embrace what people have to say about me, if my heart knows it comes from a loving place no matter how critical.

I speak this is kindness and love, and I hope to get to know you all better. :-)

Yours faithfully,
Mark

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Re: All Is Full of Love

Post by Jenny » Sat Nov 07, 2015 2:19 am

Mark, I was struck by what you said about feeling hopeless and looking at the world from a perspective of lack of love rather than love. I feel that you articulated what I haven't been willing to feel. I know that I have a lot of judgement towards other people and that I've felt disconnected from others particularly since I've been listening to the teachings. I haven't wanted to open my heart and I've only wanted to look at the flaws in others. There is so much beauty in all of us and I feel that most of the time I just don't want to see it. And, I've been punishing and berating myself for being so judgemental. The other day I came across a quote from the bible: "Do not judge by appearances, but judge with right judgment.” - John 7:24. I understood this as right judgement being God's beautiful truth. Wanting to feel how God feels about our brothers and sisters, which is sort of what you said when you wrote:
To some degree I feel my 'generalised' judgement of the world has some truth, but logical judgement compared to spiritual judgement, does not have truth. Love is the truth. To love your enemies, to love those who persecute you, to love those who you witness persecuting others. And as I know, when I am truly myself, mysoul, that I must love all 7 billion people on this planet unconditionally.
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I do feel hopeless, and I also don't really believe that I have the ability to change. I don't believe that I will ever be spiritually strong enough to overcome spirit influence and my addictions. It all seems so hard, like there's this immense mountain to climb and all I have the energy to do is curl up in a ball at the foot of it and take a nap.

It's nice to meet you and thank you for writing this because it has helped me see some of these things.

Also, I was wondering if your title is referencing that Bjork song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjI2J2SQ528
What a great song. :)

Jenny

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Re: All Is Full of Love

Post by Nicky » Sat Nov 07, 2015 1:55 pm

Hi Mark

Welcome to the forum.

You wrote:
Marky T wrote:God is Love and Love is God
While I very much agree that God is Love, I do not agree that Love is God. I feel that the stance of "Love is God" is more of a natural love/new age view on things as it almost expresses the idea that God is just an energy rather than an actual living entity/being. Love is just an emotion (energy in motion as Jesus says) whilst God is a being who not only has the capacity to give and receive love, but many other emotions too (just like you and I but on an infinite scale).

The reason I say that is because when I've connected to God through receiving God's Love (and hence the phrase God is Love), I have felt a number of other beautiful parts of God's Nature simultaneously (tenderness, care, generosity, kindness to name a few) therefore feel it is true to say that the substance of Love is just a part of God's soul thus saying "Love is God" feels inaccurate to me.

I find it pretty hard to write about stuff we can only ever determine are true through the feelings in our soul. I don't quite feel satisfied that what I wrote truly conveys my own feelings so that was my best shot at it! I hope that makes sense. I am beginning to realise and appreciate how miraculous the Padgett Messages actually are in so many ways.

I guess with the judgement stuff, I'd suggest trying to look at the basics of it. Judgement is simply having and projecting negative feelings to others to make yourself falsely feel better about certain parts of yourself. Why do you feel like you want to denigrate others? If you start to see and feel the SIN in engaging in this act (which is an addiction), I reckon you will then have a great platform to get to your own hurt feelings on the matter.

Anyway, hope that helps and it is nice to meet you.

Nicky

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Re: All Is Full of Love

Post by Marky T » Sat Nov 07, 2015 6:09 pm

Hi Nicky,

Thanks for your humble response. You are right about God is Love. The turbulence within me has come to somewhat edge God out (ego), in the disconnection I feel like how can there be a God there if it feels most like God isn't there when I don't feel good. And yet if I'm honest with myself, the times when I am most happy are the times when I feel that God is alive, but somehow events have caused me to have a resistance to God. I'm very self-aware and analytical, so I see my mistakes and errors, although listening to the inner voice I find hard because I can be quite rebellious and lacking in self-discipline, which becomes a self-reinforcing addiction in not aligning myself properly with God's love. So I really accept your notion about God being Love, away from the new age nuances.

As for judgement, well I know that all judgement projected is often from the self-judgement towards myself, or maybe from others towards me earlier in my life. However, I have had good times in my state of being, and I'm waiting to be there again in myself. I always pull through when I have patience, and especially the patience to listen to that inner voice, rather than, listen to my self, or rather the created self. I really believe the true self is in the image of God, most like God, and it is the physical brain that creates its own identity of being and personality. This is the one thing I have been most aware of ever since being a child. As I have put it many times since being a child, no matter what, nothing is going make me close my heart.

By the way, great sight and purpose in what you are doing here with this forum. I really hope I have found the place where I can develop and feel understood as well. People tell me I'm too deep, but it never stopped me. To me the deeper thing's in life are more precious and meaningful to me. And if this is a place people like to talk about love then perfect!

Thanks for your kind response, and I hope to stay engaged here and release my addictions and confusion and connect better to God and my purpose. For me God's purpose for every human is to Love, to be an expression of God towards each other.

Kindest regards,
Mark

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Re: All Is Full of Love

Post by Marky T » Sat Nov 07, 2015 6:31 pm

Jenny wrote:I do feel hopeless, and I also don't really believe that I have the ability to change. I don't believe that I will ever be spiritually strong enough to overcome spirit influence and my addictions. It all seems so hard, like there's this immense mountain to climb and all I have the energy to do is curl up in a ball at the foot of it and take a nap.

It's nice to meet you and thank you for writing this because it has helped me see some of these things.

Also, I was wondering if your title is referencing that Bjork song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjI2J2SQ528
What a great song. :)
Hi Jenny,

Thanks for your open-hearted response. You know when it comes to change, you have to ask yourself do things really stay the same? As a living being, you are constantly changing, and therefore change is always possible and you do have the ability to change. You are not a brick, that over time wears away and becomes less, unable to overcome the influence of the weather and time. You have the power to move mountains, when you believe you do and realise that you do. You have to bring God's Love into your life more, because think about the notion that - if you said to someone else what you say to yourself here, then is it in line with God's Love?

I believe you have the ability to change. I believe that you are spiritually strong enough to overcome spirit influence and your addictions. Notice the power and attention that you give to your spirit influence and addictions. Love is the strength in you, and just like me, you need to listen to that side of you more, that inner voice that out of love for you, tells you good things you can do to change, rather than the loud voices of your addictions and spirit influence. "Be still and know that I am God", because God comes in the stillness, not in attention to the turbulence which can seem never ending.

As God's expression of love to you, through me, I want to say - I believe in you. :-)

And yes, since I heard that song I did like the title. All is full of love, so go ahead and fill yourself with it and see if it makes for good mountain boots? :-P

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