The universe keeps speaking on my little journey, and I keep listening.
This melody kind of just came out while I was meditating so i decided to record it.
Anyone? Anyone? Bueller?
And then you come across something like this and completely forget what the hell we’re all fighting about…
The original post of this video disappeared so I just had to upload it again. It is such a powerful message and animation! Featuring the teachings of Bashar and Abraham Hicks. Enjoy!
Imagine you lived in a constant state of orgasm. 24/7. Pretty cool, huh?
Now imagine you lived this way for eternity. Infinitely. Forever and ever.
Eventually, you will reach a point where you don’t even realize the experience (since it would simply become a part of you), but moreover, you would not be able to enjoy the experience because you no longer have anything to compare it to (i.e. NOT being in a state of orgasm).
So think of it this way: God/The Universe is in a constant state of infinite (metaphorical) orgasm. Only problem is, it has nothing to compare it to.
That’s where we come in.
I’ve been craving mountain views lately and got this. Well played, universe, well played.
Psychologist Nicholas Humphrey has proposed that our ability to awe was biologically selected for by evolution because it imbues our lives with sense of cosmic significance that has resulted in a species that works harder not just to survive but to flourish and thrive.
Went star gazing tonight to catch the rare conjunction of Jupiter, Venus and Mercury, and ended up ooh-ing and ah-ing at a fireball that caught us all by surprise. Not to mention we saw a satellite just floating by and a telescope look at the amazing Saturn with its rings and moons in all its glory. Thank you, universe. You rock.
I woke up this morning thanking the Universe “for the upcoming day, for the new opportunities that will open up for me, for the people that will cross my path and the coincidences or synchronicity of events that will help me to find my true purpose and higher Self.” (It’s something new I decided to try…)
A couple of hours later, an old friend I used to work with suddenly messaged me asking how I was doing and what I have been up to lately.
I told him a quick overview of my situation, which right now consists basically of the fact that I recently returned from a very inspirational journey to India and that I am focusing on my writing, browsing new income options and slowly trying to find my place back on track in the “real” world.
“Yeah, but what about singing?”, he asked. “Are you singing??”
I was surprised by his question:
A) because I was surprised that he remembered how much I love singing and that he actually cared whether I was doing it or not
and B) because it was one of the things that had often crossed my mind (and my path) when I was in India.
First of all, I had been faced with certain social situations on the trip where I was challenged to overcome my shyness and so-called “stage fright” in order to enjoy the situations to their fullest. For example:
- performing a Hebrew song for the beautiful Muslim family that hosted us on their houseboat in Kashmir (they insisted I sing!)
- or singing English songs with children at an elementary school my husband and I volunteered at in Rishikesh
- or learning to let go and sing freely in my room even after realizing that the acoustics in the guesthouse we were staying at were horrible and that everybody could hear everybody whether we liked it or not. This, by the way, I learned on my first day there after innocently singing to myself in my room only to have one of the guests who was staying one floor below me tell me I have a really nice voice..
So not only was I challenged to face my fears, but what was even more intense was the sudden deep calling I started feeling to somehow combine my love of singing with my spiritual path. I just wasn’t sure what that meant. And it was very “convenient” for me to simply forget all about it, especially when I returned home.
That is, until my old friend asked me the million dollar question above and I was instantly sucked back into pondering the whole thing again. The only answer that seemed to come out was, “Not yet, but I will.”
So that was that.
Later this evening, I went to try a Kundalini Yoga class for the first time in my life. The class was pretty interesting (though I don’t have much to compare it to) but what caught my attention most was a certain song that the teacher played at the end of the lesson. It was a mantra, a sort of prayer that repeated itself over and over, sung by a woman with a beautiful and angelic voice. Something about her instantly caught my attention and I was intrigued to find out who she was or what her name was. It also got me thinking once again about using singing as a form of getting spiritual messages across. I contemplated asking the teacher the name of the singer but for some reason, I just picked up my stuff and left, humming the song in my head.
Again, more “convenient.”
And back to my computer I went, only to find a random forwarded mail, waiting in my inbox. It read the following:
Recommended website: A singer who is all light and love.. Music for the soul:
I had the honor of discovering the singer Snatam Kaur earlier this week. She really is a channel of purity that connects to higher dimensions.
I clicked the link, and to my shock and delight, the song that started playing on her homepage was.. you guessed it.. the same exact song I had just heard at the class… the same angelic voice.
I was floored.
I was inspired.
And after reading about her life, I was even more inspired.
So anyway, I don’t know what to do with all this yet.
But I guess I can start by thanking the Universe for the upcoming day, for the new opportunities that will open up for me, for the people that will cross my path and the coincidences or synchronicity of events that will help me to find my true purpose and higher Self.