Have you ever had a Holy Spirit moment? It is the only word I can use to describe it. It is when you suddenly are overcome by total and complete love. It pours through you like a sweet sensation. You are it. It takes no effort on your part. It comes quietly and unexpected. You can’t hold on to it, but it leaves you changed and ready for more moments.
The reason I mention it is because I had one of these last night during our Flying Solo session. Flying Solo is an amazing workshop Patrick and I facilitate. We guide people through the process of revealing a significant moment or moments in their life. There is a public presentation of the self-created spoken word at the end of the six weeks. It has been transformational for every group we have ever shared this with.
So, I had a Holy Spirit moment and I am so grateful. I’m grateful to the consciousness of the Flying Solo participants that created the space with me, allowing this moment. I am grateful to myself for the inner work that I have been doing that I believe assisted me in going deeper into those things that really matter.
I can say that the more I let go of trying to fix the world and other people, the more Holy Spirit moments I will have. I can say that the more I go within and center in my Divine Ego, the more Holy Spirit moments I will have.
I have to quote Emma Curtis Hopkins again, “I have been a listening disciple. I have let people and objects and activities come toward me and impinge upon me till I have been over piled and mountain covered with thoughts. But now I know that I AM at my own Center, authority over and through my universe, and I shall… spread my Original Nature abroad till from me to the utmost stretches all is my Divine Ego.
Ho’oponopono also teaches us that we must make things right within ourselves if we want the world to be right. Everything is already perfect, but it is so impinged with our judgments, opinions, and ego that we cannot see clearly. It is time to clean up our own act.
This is not about fixing ourselves either. We are already perfect; however, are we living from that perfection? Are we doing those things that make us joy-filled or are we thinking we are choiceless because of money and other people? Are we following our bliss or are we putting it on the back burner until everything else is ready? Are we living in fear or in love?
Ernest Holmes wrote, “One alone in consciousness with the Infinite constitutes a complete majority.” There is no one to wait for. Spirit is right here waiting for us to make a decision. Our greatest lives are waiting for us to live them. Love is waiting to express through us. No one else can do this for us. The time is now. We are the people. Holy Spirit moments are waiting for all of us. I know I can live Holy Spirit moments every moment.
As Rumi wrote: “Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing there is a field. I’ll meet you there. When the world lies down in that grass, the world is too full to talk about.”
That’s the field I choose to live in. I’ll meet you there whether or not you show up. It’s my responsibility not yours.
Love and Light!