Meant to create a shift, not to last

 

When we have an opening, an experience of overwhelming love or bliss, a very clear recognition of all as Spirit, a deep sense of peace, or something similar, it’s not meant to last. Experiences come to pass, not to last.

What they do instead is inviting or creating a shift. A facet of reality may have been revealed clearly in the experience, so the shift can be to notice this facet here and now and through shifting experiences and states. It can also be a shift in how our human self is organized, aligned, and functions in the world.

If we expect the experience to last, we disappoint ourselves. But if we see it as an invitation for noticing or realignment, then the experience can be very valuable and it’s value may last far longer than the experience itself.

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Initial notes…..

  • meant to create a shift, not to last
    • when a big experience, opening etc. – overwhelming love, bliss, all as Spirit/one very strongly (undeniably) in the foreground etc.
    • meant to create a shift
      • in noticing, noticing what’s already and always here
      • in our human self, how its organized, more aligned with reality
    • won’t last bc experiences come to leave, not to last

 

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What they do instead is inviting or creating a shift. It can be a shift into noticing a facet of reality revealed in the experience here and now and through shifting experiences and states. It can also be a shift in how our human self is organized, aligned, and functions in the world.

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When we have an experience of overwhelming love, bliss, a very clear recognition of all as Spirit, or something similar, it’s not meant to last. Experiences are meant to pass, not last.

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When we have an experience of overwhelming love, bliss, a very clear recognition of all as Spirit, or something similar, it’s not meant to last. Experiences are meant to pass, not last.

They can still have an effect on us, and we can intentionally align ourselves with this to some extent.

For instance, these big experiences can help us notice what’s already here.

And they can also

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