This site has been created to expand and share on some of the insights that led to the writing of It's Monday Only in Your Mind: You Are Not Your Thoughts.

Reap What is Sown

You will always reap what you sow. This has to be because it’s a Spiritual Law so if your behavior isn’t cultivated from the heart, it will not be the behavior exhibited…

The mind may know on an intellectual level that one should be acting from love, but if love is not cultivated from the heart, it will not be the behavior exhibited; this is the meaning of “The road to hell is paved with good intentions”. Your head tells you one thing and your heart tells you something else, they aren’t in sync. There may be intention to act out of love, but with limited resources it’s not i’ll difficult to follow through with loving intention; hence we mean well, but we don’t act well. This is a major cause of the struggle with life. We think we need to do the next right thing but the necessary resources aren’t cultivated, so we don’t even know what the next right thing truly is. We may think we know in our head what we need to do, but it isn’t developed enough so we don’t behave from our source of love. This is difficult to accept, but once it is accepted you will be able to understand what needs to be done to listen to your heart and get your head out of the way.

Love is not something manufactured. It emanates from the depths of the heart when the necessary practice is done that allows it to arise. It will not arise unless you do what allows it to arise. From Jesus, to Buddha, and all the great mystics, they are touched by God because they are the ones who are doing the necessary touching. The Father of all creation always is, we are not. So it is up to each one of us to go to the Father in love so we can be touched by that love in return and maybe, just maybe we will be able to act out of love, like Jesus, Buddha, and all the other great mystics did and like them reap what is sown…

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