Living In Beingness
by Amorah Quan Yin
“There are times on the path when no one can really give you an answer. All anyone can do is ask the right questions and let you find the answers for yourself. . . . If we could devote our spiritual paths to the gentle search for the discovery of our beauty and our goodness, then all the pain and emotions that need to be cleared would naturally come out for clearing as we move deeper into that place of being at home with ourselves.
We do not have to meticulously search out the sources of our pain and shut down. Some of you have become obsessive about looking for what is wrong in yourself and others. All we need to do is: be the best that we can be, regularly bring Higher Self into our bodies, and have the courage to show our beauty and Divine Truth to others. The rest will either simply dissolve in that love and that Divine Presence, or it will come out for healing and transformation. We will not have to look for it. We will not have to push and try so hard. It will just be a natural part of the process.
What would it mean to trust your own process that much? What would it mean for all of us to trust our own process that much? Are we ready to let go of being in process and just be? How have we used being in process for some erroneous payoff that is not really a payoff at all? So let us not analyze to find the answers to these questions, let us just observe ourselves and allow the answers to surface through our life experience and through our willingness to just be present and witness ourselves.
How can we find the answers by allowing instead of actively doing? Let us just allow those questions to be a gentle undercurrent in the background that we do not have to work at answering. Trust that the questions will be there in the right moments when we need to remember to ask ourselves, “How can I be more real right now?” Let it be step-by-step. And when the question arises, just take a deep sighing breath, and without trying to figure out the answer just feel it and affirm a new choice. If it will not shift through your breath and consciousness then there are plenty of processes or healers to assist when really needed.
You might wonder, “How can I find what I really am and just let that be in this moment without making it another project to process through?” Someplace inside you I know that you understand how. Because understanding is in the feeling that is there now. The understanding is in the feeling, in the wisdom of your heart. And it is not that the wisdom of the mind does not have value. Indeed it does. And yet it must be balanced with the wisdom of your heart.
Much love and Blessings, Amorah”