The Weight of Words
Sometimes I get questions as The Oracle about lost love and how to regain it. I thought you might like to see and answer I gave a recent querent. No name is given.
Dear Inquirer—-May your process teach you the great spiritual lessons his birth and love initiated.
First, you are allowed to go on loving him for the rest of your life. It is indicative of the strength of the commitment you can make, and the huge power and depths of your ability to love.It is also your free will to assert.
Second, you are among an elite class of Spirits, who come to earth together on a program of broad application. Many times it takes a long time for you and the beloved to meet. Sometimes that meeting is brief, even curtailed by an abrupt separation or death. These are hard renderings and meant to force us into dark nights of the soul. We grow against our will almost into sources for wisdom about love, and trust, and compassion, patience, acceptance, and experience.This is part of the Plan for given lifetimes. We do not remember it; we simply must live it and make choices accordingly. In making those choices, him and not him, this and not that,we are trusted to raise ourselves above error, mistakes, loss, despair, disappointment, separation, and longing.
If we remember Source(what you may call the Holy spirit or God or the Higher Calling) of our lives, we find the courage and moment when we forgive our own errors and our beloved’s. We see the Divine Plan and bless whatever has happened and know that it is all for good Purpose.
But if we don’t, we have the satisfaction of knowing we can be true to an ideal, to a mighty love, and we can live with that in place of the beloved. As much as Mother Teresa lived with lepers and poor in place of a church or material comforts. This was her soul’s marriage.If you want to remain in this exalted state of adoration and commitment to him–as I said it’s your free will and is allowed. You are not wrong to hold to your dream and love. No harm–no foul,but consequences. Longing and self-denial can cause undue stress, cysts, high blood pressure, aches and pains, and even cancer. Be sure you are aware that the longer you hold his life as a loss to your own, your body and mind will suffer. It is important to love yourself. Could this be his gift to you? Could this be one of your broad life lessons?
But if you want to see what this love has had to teach you and wait to see where it may lead, then bless the experience (of being without him) and do exactly as you are doing, continue with your life, do no harm to him or anyone, find ways to give that love of yours away to others in less fortunate circumstances. You have a swelling backlog of his love to release, and since you do not want to let go the dream of you two being rejoined, it is your best choice to be sure you maintain your health as you move forward.
To answer your question–I do not see you getting back together unless it is in a common cause, as healers of the earth or in some traveling aid organization. It may be that you meet again in three years. There is a chance you will hear from him in two months to tell you about a project that could do a lot of good in the world. It is only a chance. Many factors will affect this including whether you have managed to lift your vision to the higher nature of your and his connection.
You are capable of loving differently and again. You have more than one past-life and soul connection each life. That way if you miss one, you find another. Love is endless and boundless and inseparable. Because we see our lives in limited ways associated with time and seasons, we think it can be lost and never regained. Not so. You will never not know him and you will see him again and again through time. It’s your choice now whether you martyr yourself to his love or use his loss as the catalyst for your own phenomenal life purpose.
I hope this helps.
PS: As to his mindset, he felt and feels you were much too turned into yourself (your need of him and only him). He felt you were needy and clingy–not thinking of others). He wanted to be bigger in the world with you.
Here’s the Daily
My words demonstrate my faith in God’s good.
Monday, August 4, 2014
I create my life from the inside out. My beliefs guide my words, and my words demonstrate what I believe. As I think and talk in alignment with my faith in God’s good for me, I see God’s good unfolding.
Limited thinking affects my experience of life, but I may not be aware until I pay attention to my words. I listen to how my speech reveals my beliefs. If I hear myself talking about lack, disease, or limitations, I recognize the thoughts underlying my words and I consciously choose differently.
I am a divine creation, worthy of every good. I refrain from using words that reinforce the illusion of lack. I claim wholeness, love, and prosperity. My words demonstrate my faith in God’s good manifesting in my life.
Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, O Lord.—Psalm 19:14
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