Trusting What Is

8 Jan


The lesson is always for the self.

The way of the path, for me, since it has not been an instantaneous, permanent remembering, seems to be about encountering the perfect mixture of circumstances, chaos, escalating hot heads, etc. 🙂 to help me find myself in a reactive state (much to my “spiritual identity’s” dismay) so i can ferret out the tendrils of identification with thought within and RELEASE…ah, the relief.  Like waking from a nightmare.

The path that has led me here has been horribly and beautifully orchestrated with my agreement.

In a fractal sense, every little release has an effect throughout our realm and other realms unseen.  Does that feel true to you?  No matter, because the release is enough for just tiny, amoeba me.

Now here is the freaky part – in the state of release, “I hate you” sounds the very same as “I love you.”   That blows me away 😮

Another lesson:   when I become nonreactive to a particular sticky spot forevermore, there is no thought that these changes in me will change another in any way.   I don’t mind.

Flowing to the bus pickup today, two girls who know my daughters get in my car – their ride has not shown up. I bow to the trust that I will take them home.  I experience no worry that it may make us late.  Then we get caught in a traffic back up and creep forward for many, maybe 6, lights in a row and it only feels like space to me.

Existing in the space of that which I already am, I find that time itself stretches and contracts according to the needs of the moment.

What’s not to trust?

Eckhart Tolle  is much clearer than I…getting quiet now.

7 Responses to “Trusting What Is”

  1. Leisa January 8, 2013 at 3:11 am #

    Love Eckhart Tolle, thanks for this!!!

    • marga t. January 8, 2013 at 6:06 pm #

      Yes, helpful teacher! I really like your Avatar!

      • Leisa January 8, 2013 at 7:48 pm #

        Thank You

  2. bert0001 January 9, 2013 at 8:15 am #

    You cannot hate if you have not lost love. Hate is a reaction of blame to loss of love. The loss might or might not be inside your mind. So hate is just another form of love. Not unlike jealousy where there is only fear of loss, and the loss might not have occurred yet.

    • marga t. January 9, 2013 at 5:35 pm #

      Yes. I think you are right and I appreciate your insight. I like how we can view these “things” through all of our lenses. What is becoming unique to me lately, is that I am not processing through analysis as much, instead, my visceral experience, my energetic experience, my actual hearing hears love instead of hate. Weird but good 🙂 Hope your flow is good today!

      • bert0001 January 9, 2013 at 5:40 pm #

        flow has been better, I think I didn’t sleep enough, but it’s ok … thank you

  3. marga t. January 10, 2013 at 11:44 am #

    Sleep – so vital! Hope it returns to you soon!!!

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