Today I am...
Today I am...
Every day I am re-minded of the impact that the
Conversations with God series of books have made in my experience as a Spirit
in human expression. Although I have had
a moment or two of debate with, and over, Neale Donald Walsch (bless him,)
there is no denying that the message that has come through this messenger has
had an impact on so many - and on the awareness of Oneness & Who we really
are - myself included.
So, today I am focusing on Awareness...of what is - of what
really is - of what the Illusion is - and of what we create or co-create with
that Awareness, given that Perception creates Perspective creates Reality,
yes? So, I'd like to talk about the lady
who just sang on the British version of the show with Simon Cowell.
I don't watch much network television. Firstly, because I find most of it geared to
dumb us down - deliberately. Secondly,
because my hubby has Setanta Sports so he/we can watch our favorite Football
(Soccer) team, Arsenal (although we both like the game as a fantastic
sport.) Also, because I'm a teacher and
a Language person, so I have a package that allows me to hear the languages in
real-time. And thirdly, there is the
where I spend a lot of time with putting my new business (WordSpirit
Communications Network - which includes Team Humanity Network and WordSpirit
However, I was online working and a friend popped in on
Skype to say, "You have to hear this woman's voice! You have to watch the reactions of the
judges!" Okay. So I went to YouTube and
pulled up the clip. I was astounded, to
say the least. The woman has a voice so
clear and beautiful that it gives you chills.
What I was even more taken by was the unfolding of awareness in the
audience, as well as with the judges.
As the woman walked onto the stage, the audience,
collectively, looked at one another and at the woman, and it was obvious what
they thought about this woman who is clearly not a Barbie Doll type (like most
of us); didn't have a face or a hair style that was consistent with the
perception of a "Winner" is. She is
older than a "Winner" should be in our western world. Her conversation wasn't that of someone as
polished as those in the audience may have fancied themselves. Eyes rolled and chuckles of disdain and "oh
right, here we go, another loser," filled the place - including the reactions
of the three judges.
And then she sang.
And the power, clarity and beauty of her gift sent a message
out from the stage across the hall...and I watched. I watched as faces changed - first, from
disdain and disbelief...'dissing her' ... to shock - how could that voice be coming
from...? Then the faces changed to
appreciation for the gift they were receiving.
The reality of the gift had wrought a change.
Had the woman changed?
She was interviewed later and it showed up on CNN. She is an everyday person living a simple
life...with a gift of extraordinary proportions.
I wish her success and wonderful things.
People's perceptions had changed - changing their perspective, and
therefore, their reality - their view of this Gift, brought to them by this
everyday person - another messenger.
So awareness is a critical component of being a messenger -
and we are all messengers, one to the other, yes? Everything and everyone in an interchange or
an experience is a gift. Are we able to
bless every experience...every person...and take from it something that assists in
the definition of Who we are? Our
Can we see what is?
Can we see what really is? Are we
able to discern the Illusion? And can we
see our Selves in the other? And
finally, what is the gift we take from it?
Being Awareness takes "being in the Moment." So, today I am Awareness - and practicing
Oneness always. For me, practical
Spirituality means that I believe WE ARE ALL ONE - and looking the mirror of me
and saying, "Today, in each moment, how do I put that into practice?"
I'd love to hear your thoughts on Oneness...and how do YOU put
Oneness - the awareness that WE ARE ALL ONE - into practice in YOUR everyday,
yes? Looking forward to hearing from
Blessings and Belly laughs - and tons of opportunities to
pass them forward!!!
Peace. The Journey
is, indeed, the Dance. Let's Rock.
NeSSPosted April 17th, 2009 by Oneness Blogger