Right-perspective – what is it? It’s another way of seeing with the heart. Of looking past the outer appearance of people, circumstances or events, and holding a calm and clear thought and feeling.
I don’t often post a message on ‘right-perspective’, yet the ‘Spring’ inspires it.
I pray that you feel the blessing of the Light of Equinox. And that you don’t have to wait for the calendar to turn to use the energy of Spring. Whenever you envision and plan what you desire, then follow through, you lock into that impetus of beginning. May this message help you as you discern a deeper meaning in living your life’s purpose.
As I’ve shared with new subscribers, I often take out my crystal box. I gaze the lovely image I keep in front of the index cards inside. Lately it shows me an artist’s concept of that most sacred of all soul rituals: the soul’s reunion with the Divine. The reunion that is said to come after a soul’s mission is accomplished.
Some call this ascension. Or entering the Pearly Gates. I look at it as the moment of sacred union, right now. Not waiting for ‘someday’ but rather a continual act of embracing sacredness in the moment. I chose the image to remind me of the clear-vision I hold for you, and of your sacred path.
The simple act of gazing an image of a hierophant initiating a soul into ascension helps me hold a right-perspective as pure concept. It’s easy, knowing as I do how determined your soul is to get you there.
But, how do any of us ‘get there’?
There’s no ‘wishing’ to come to the sacred moment of returning to the Sun. This truth is part of the inner mysteries, yet it’s a mystery you can decipher when you remember this: that there is no ‘there’ except in the sense that it’s hidden. You may find it within simple joys of happiness or kindness.
Such deliberate conscious acknowledgements may seem of little consequence. Yet each cumulative deliberation makes a habit. Together all such deliberation helps form the soul’s legacy. Taking even the seeming simple things of life as important – without becoming superstitious – is the mark of the consciousness developing into that of a sage.
A great Adept once said: “I made over two million right decisions before I made my ascension.”
So may your own decisions be ‘right’ for you, beginning with making conscious choice to have a habit of seeing all with ‘right-perspective.’ My vision and my mission has been and still is to hold faith with you in this. I hold the clearest vision that I possibly can, for and with you, so in my mind and heart I see you joyfully making your two million-plus ‘right’ decisions.
The word ‘right’ does not imply that the other decisions are ‘bad’ or ‘wrong.’
I prefer to replace those old labels with the more neutral one, of something being ‘incorrect.’ No longer correct for me if it ever was. Or unwanted if not. Taking it further, I replace the negative statement with the positive, “the correct [something] for me.”
Hindsight allows us the choice of seeing and reforming the past this way. Yet transformation comes when you can infuse your clarity of right perspective with a positive intent to do something with the more correct intent – that is, your positive desire made manifest now.
What you truly desire comes when you offer no excuse, no denial of what has passed, nor do you cast any blame on self or other. Rather than seeking self-elevation as the motive for forgiveness, you apply mercy for its own sake. This is the empowering act of taking full responsibility for the present, moment by moment. It builds self-mastery and the ability to master energy with conscious intent.
When your intent is simply to transmute, then light can touch, loosen and dissolve the cause and core of the past. Transmutation is not magic in the sense that you can blink it into effect. Courage and perseverance transform consciousness, so you can make those 2 million ‘right’ decisions more readily, if not as easily a part of your ethic. A habit of self-examination in terms of character and humility helps make it so.
Your part of the equation of transmutation is to discontinue any hanging onto old hurts. To let go is how light can then clear the cause, effect, record and memory, and that is the secret art of true forgiveness – whether of self or another.
There’s no time like the present to cultivate, plant and nurture your newest seed-intentions as acts of right-perspective.
I’d like to support you in that. If this is your time, I trust that I’ll hear from you. Click for more on my spiritual alchemy coaching program, for us both to discover if it offers the correct way for you to transform your consciousness with ‘right’ perspective.
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