If the sun could talk, it might be this ...

"You give love and light to everybody -- those who love you, those who harm you, those whom you know, those whom you don't know. It makes no difference. You just give light and love,” -- Indra Devi.

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Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 24, 2018 at 9:47pm

Learning to Love Ambiguity

Kerry Anne Gilowery


Ambiguity tolerance - a necessary knack for finding solutions in a changing non-linear world (the unknown) by Kerry-Anne Gilowery.

We can usually find solutions to problems stated without ambiguity. This is about finding solutions when linear thinking (mind) is not sufficient but love (spirit) can

Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 23, 2018 at 7:47pm

Taste of the Unknown

The taste of the unknown is the taste of not judging. It tastes good and has no unpleasant aftereffects if treated with respect. Something like Häagen-Dazs ice cream.

When we seek answers for what others do, what we do or the world in general much of the time we’re not REALLY looking for answers.

Rather, we’re looking for ways to make events ACCEPTABLE to us. It’s a sneaky way of making judgements through the back door.

When we release how things SHOULD be  -- for how things actually are --- a weight is lifted from us. Hallelujah.

Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 23, 2018 at 4:46pm


By Mira Kelley, April 19, 2018

It is happening right now.
I am sitting on a plane. I have a window seat. The plane is stopped right at the beginning of the runway. We are about to take off. The pilot is boosting up the engine. The stopped plane speeds forward. We are taking off. Gravity glues me to the back of my seat. This is my favorite moment when I fly.
I love traveling. Every trip is an adventure into the unknown. The excited anticipation of what is to be and what I will create and discover immediately opens my heart.
As the plane looses touch with the ground, I imagine hurling out into the unknown.
I am in love with the unknown. How outlandish of me to say that?! Most people run away from the unknown. We speak of the unknown as something that scares us; something we need to avoid at all costs. So many of our actions are focused on managing risk and trying to control an uncontrollable world. We hold on to the fear of the unknown and use it as an excuse to not let life and change happen to us. Yet, as Heraclitus says, “Change is the only constant.”
Whenever there was a change of some sort happening to me, I always knew that my biggest job was to find safety in the flow of life shiftingg direction. I knew that I have to believe that it is all for the better. I knew that I have to return back to trust. That is why one of my favorite mantras is, “I trust myself. I trust my life. I trust the Universe.” That is how I handle the changes I did not initiate. And yet, there was such joy an expansion when I intentionally sought to dive deep into new situations, projects and ideas. I am remembering the words of a friend, a man who has created an incredibly successful career in the financial world. He says that his career was always advanced when he embraced the unknown and pushed himself to be uncomfortable.
As the plane advances through time and space, my thoughts on the unknown continue to flow.
The unknown is safe. I feel so safely held, so nurtured there. I feel like a baby safely cradled in the hands of the Divine. The unknown looks at me and feels adoration — How could you not love that which is becoming? So full of potential, curiosity and wonder. That is how the unknown sees me.
The unknown is warm and intimate. The unknown is not a cold, impersonal vastness in which small me may get lost. No. The unknown knows me. It knows me better than I know all aspects of my multidimensional self. It knows my purpose, my intents and the desire for their fulfillment. I am home in the unknown.
The unknown is very personal. It bends and comes my way seeking to support me. It anticipates my needs. It weaves in synchronicities through the fabric of my every day. So that I know it is always there, protecting me and proving for me. I am big. I matter to the unknown.
The unknown fulfills its existence through my existence. Wondering, asking – how may I support your creations. All it asks is that I trust it. It tells me, “Trust that I have the magical ability to pull together resources, dreams, impulses, chance encounters in a way you cannot even imagine. All done for the purpose of bring your desired goal to you. Leave the means and the details to me.”
The unknown is not bound by limitations and linear time and space. In the simultaneity of time, miracles are the normal events of life. Miracles are brought to me in the gaps between the moments. Unless, of course I resist them through fear of change.
I trust. I have faith. All doubt is banished. All fear is gone. I am in control of my thoughts and my emotions. That is all the control I need in the unknown.
The unknown has always got my back. Always. Even when it seems unlikely, my greatest vision is made manifest.
My surrender is not blind. I expand and open up into the unknown feeling exhilaration. I am thrilled at the adventure of becoming more, knowing more, creating more, tasting more, loving more.
The unknown is expansive. I could grow and spread. There is room for all of me. I don’t bump into limitations in the unknown. There are no boundaries, no rules.
The unknown is generous. So abundant! It is full of potential. All possibilities are merging and blending into one another just for me. I am never out of options in the unknown.
The unknown exists through me and as me. I am at my best when I walk joyfully in the unknown.
The unknown loves me. I fully open my heart and I receive the unknown.
This could only be good.
Now, let’s make this the best adventure ever.

Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 19, 2018 at 12:42pm

Love and Adventure

illustration by Edouard Riou 1864 for Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne

Jules Verne captures my heart with love and adventure of the unknown.


Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 19, 2018 at 8:26am

The Cave

Amar Vora

There exists within us a dark cave from which all things come. It is dark because to our eyes it is the unknown fraught with danger, yet it is the source of all that is.  The presence of heart energy illuminates the cave.

Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 17, 2018 at 12:36pm

Using darkness as a tool ...

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Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 16, 2018 at 11:43pm


We don't have to DO anything because Source is really what we are.  The knowingness translates in day-to-day life to "I can get through this even though I don't know how."  So we are empowered to move forward knowing things will work out one way or another.   Hallelujah.

Comment by Jorgelito Hagens on April 15, 2018 at 7:45pm

Something Like Sunshine


There's something we pump out. It feels like love or sunshine, no matter what we feel or do. Even when we’re scared and don’t know what to do.

In fact, we have no real control over it. It just emanates from us.

Not an energy, frequency high or low. Something else it is. All we have to do is know that we are doing it. I wonder what it is.

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