To Live In The “Now Moment” Is To Be As A Child


It has been discussed previously that the only “time” when you are alive is this “Now” moment. Each day is a new beginning, every moment is a new reality that you create. We witness this as the way in which children experience life and time. Oftentimes it appears confusing to those “adults” how it is that children can change from emotions from one moment to the next. How resilient are the youth. This is what living in the present moment is like. The natural state of all members of our Human Collective here is “bliss”, yet we do not see this as a common state. Why is this?
Too many of our members here have forgotten where they are in this realm of time/space duality. They seem to neglect their current place to allow their thoughts/mind to always be elsewhere. They dream about the past causing melancholy, depression, anger or yearning; thus neglecting their present. Or they choose to contemplate their supposed future causing fear or anxiety; thus again neglecting the present. Most children have yet to learn this bad habit from society/adults so they behave in a natural state. They do not judge others until/unless they are taught to do this. So they are accepting, friendly and fearless. They live in the “Now Moment”. When we learn to relearn this skill our lives instantly change. Suddenly you will find yourself more aware of what is happening around you, more attentive to the details of the smells, sounds and activity about you. You will no longer be dredging up old wounds from your past or old victories or other old memories that cause your mood to alter from natural bliss state that it should be.
Let us observe the youth around us and learn from them and do not attempt to instill in them judgments, fears and anxieties by trying to harp on about their past or their future.
You have no past. It is gone. It does not matter what triumphs you have had or evil you have done. Be new now. Start loving those around you now and be trusting as a child. When you begin to focus and be mindful, you will witness a great increase in your happiness. It is not easy to change these habits that cause us to lose control of our thoughts so that we allow ourselves to become controlled by them; permitting them to carry us away from our current “now” to another unreal place that prevents us from experiencing life as it is meant to be.
Whenever any Being asks you the time. It is always “Now”. We are all together in the same now moment of time. It is now all over this Earth, all over our galaxy and all over our multi-verse. There is no Being in Creation that is living at a different time from you.
Start smiling now and begin living in this present now moment and witness the glory that is your own “Beingness.” Follow the example of the children around you and try to be as they are and not vice-versa.
Know that your thoughts will affect your behavior and this will cause the Universe to react to you. When you permit your thoughts to dwell upon a thing you are giving it energy to make an effect upon your life. It is in this way that each and every Human creates their own reality. Reality is a thing that is created by you; it is not something that happens to you.
Blessings be upon all of you who read these words.
Here is an Inspirational Message for you.
Let’s Get Going!

God said:
Can it be you whose sense of frustration leads to defeat? Can it be you who allows your own frustration to have mastery over you? This is not at all what you desire, for you defeat yourself. Instead, you could be moving forward.

You pull your own hair, and then you cry. Hah, you are your own antagonist when you could just as well be your own blessing-maker. You cast yourself in the role of the underdog when you have better roles to cast yourself in.

Start undercutting your frustration rather than fighting it. Regard your frustration from a higher rung on the ladder. You are capable, not incapable. No one makes you be frustrated. You assign that role to yourself, and you dash off with it.

This applies to anxiety and helplessness, as if assigning them to you, you get off free. No one makes you frustrated, anxious, and powerless but you. You may be looking to let go of responsibility. You will do well not to sign yourself up to your own excuses.

To stay stuck is a way to postpone your own Life, and so you may practice malingering from responsibility. You don’t want to hide yourself under a cloak of inability due to one imposed rationale or another.

Fortunate is the person who works forty or fifty or sixty hours a week. He or she has no time to major in how he feels. Beloveds, the idea of focusing on yourself and how you feel stretched isn’t a good idea. Better to leave your questions unasked than to pander to them.

Frustration and anxiety and inability lead you nowhere but to more of themselves.

Forget about them. You have been your own strict inquisitor, and it is you who catches yourself in a trap. It is you who squeezes your jugular and you who calls it survival. It is you who accuses you and, at the same moment, excuses you. It is you who asks yourself self-defeating questions. It is you who keeps narrowing your vision. It is you who puts yourself on trial.

It is you who is your jury. You give yourself no quarter when you sneak under the fence. You fault yourself when, to you, a fault means blame. Somehow, claiming to be an honest person, you blame yourself and, therefore, run away in order to get out of all kinds of responsibility. Whether the responsibility is to yourself, to Me, to family or to friends, or to the world and the vast Universe beyond, you defame yourself. You obviate yourself from taking responsibility by feeling helpless.

Something made you do it — or not do it. You let yourself off too easily. You materialize excuses aka reasons out of thin air.

You pin your blame on something outside you, something you objectify as outside you. Even when you may make a heroic gesture and pin the blame on yourself, you may turn yourself into a self-actualizing hapless martyr. Either way, you foist off your responsibility. The buck does fall on you, yet you slip away from it.

Perhaps you blame your culpability on your sensitivity. Are you speaking for yourself or against yourself? Whose side are you on? Rally your thoughts. Bring them in like cattle for the night.

You may ask yourself a whole lot of questions, and become like the matador who pricks the bull lightly with his sword, trying to get a reaction from the bull. You may play the dual roles of the matador and the innocent bull, even as you put your hands up to show you have no tricks up your sleeve.

Beloveds, you pull the wool over your own eyes. Do you see this now? Look Me straight in the eye as you answer, and We will go places.

Peace be upon you.


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