Living True Relationships (Part II)
Survival is the instinctual avoidance of death. Death is only a death of the five senses and five elements – not of the being. Grief and mourning at a death are the gauges that sit on the dashboard of life – they indicate fragility of awareness, not of life. These emotions aren’t bad, though they are painful. They are powerful indicators of the inner movements in awareness that is now required. This is the movement needed to relocate the eternal threads and infinite facets of the relational connections. These are what are known as the ecto-plasmic connections. This is all about the power of subtle moments. This is a moment requiring deep and uninterrupted meditation. Do not avoid or ignore this sadness – use it to shift the physical gears over to their non-physical natures. When sadness indicates you are off this course – pause, recalibrate and recommit to reconciling it. Do not change the sadness, change the course. Pass through the sadness and exchange the ecto-plasmic connections for those of pure spirit that exist just “beyond” the physical.
In living true relationships, with choices that are no longer of your choosing and where there are no options in the options, you have completely let go of holding back. You have no plan “B” or back doors available. There is only the most valuable possession possible – the relationships beyond the doorway to death. The five elements and the five senses have been left at this doorway and the physical limitations are now transcended, but the relationship is even more alive and far truer.
This passage is arduous, but worth the pain. All living true relationships are a dress rehearsal for this death. This is why they are so obviously and adamantly avoided. Simply remind yourself – death cannot be.
When you willingly release your intense fears of surrender and arrive at the eternity of living true relationship – from such a moment onwards, you will find yourself in fear of nothing. You will find yourself in the sweet embrace of fearless wisdom.