It is that time of the month which I share the segment I enjoy the most which is the trio of "Jewels of Truth" spiritual wisdom statements. Always with an eclectic mix of interesting topics that lend it to the personal growth category of inner expression. These statements are also found in Volume 3 of the recently published "Jewels of Truth: The Journey of the Soul Continues".
Today's topics are in the numbered series #1081-1083 under the categories of: Love & Fear, Balance, and Perspectives at large. Those of you that have read Volume 3 and seen my posts of the "Jewels of Truth" series here at "Atrayo's Oracle". Will no doubt find a discrepancy or two in the grammar and change of a word or two in my presentations. I often enjoy tweaking each statement so what you read here on the blog may be spruced up differently than what is presented in each of my published volumes.
The famous singer or crooner "Tony Bennett" once stated during a "Tavis Smiley" interview on PBS. That when Mr. Bennett sings he often turns the phrase different with a new word or two in the song. In order to keep the singing interesting for himself during the performance. Well I in my own way as a writer I tweak my own automatic writing in the same manner to keep the discourse with our Angels interesting. So keep that in mind the next time you read a spiritual wisdom statement from my blog and in a published volume.
As always may you be expanded in your horizons by being exposed to notions you would not otherwise consider that you find beneficial.
Love & Fear:
1081) In this life we can choose what will motivate us as a whole. Will it be Love or Fear that sets you apart in this lifetime? Karma has no hold on our souls greatest truth a love known as grace. Or a dying fear of sheer torment during this sojourn of our Earthly trek. When you choose poorly then you shall be preyed upon and easily manipulated by your peers via numerous tactics of fear and selfish whims at large. If again you chose wisely then keep on your guard using reason with an unconditional love expressed in moderation. Because a conditional love is flawed as a mixture of demands placed on it by the frail ego always. It has no place being called love in the absolute eyes of God(dess).
Good intentions may often follow a self-justified conditional loving response. However seldom on what you seek becomes what is truly intended in life. More often than not unintended consequences with shallow demands by a conditional love will reign supreme in heartache and mental anguish. An unconditional love on the other hand is harder to practice at first by upholding it. This is not a love without discipline or a backbone as do what you please. It is a bold true love that the romantics of legend and the spiritual saints have practiced with their own life's blood bolstered by convictions. Unconditional Love is divine and godly in faith as it is in a living practice by the secular and the spiritual domain. It is a paradoxical emotional phenomena as gentle and hard simultaneously for it mimics God as both the Constant and the Absolute. By being true to oneself and each other in this life we liberate ourselves in beauty. Love well and deeply, but not as a zealot. Just be as a living form of excellence for us mortals portraying paradoxically our perfection as souls in God's sublime "Holy Spirit". Amen. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.