Asking the divine

I talked with someone recently who said he only asks the divine for help if he can’t do it himself.

I imagine where it comes from. It seems to assume separation and it makes sense in that context, if you see the divine as a kind of parent you don’t want to bother and it’s better to do it for yourself.

For me, it’s different. I like to ask the divine for help and guidance as much as possible in daily life and in transforming this human self. I ask for support with the day, with energy, with projects, with healing and transformation of myself, and so on. I find it opens me to be more receptive and more connected with the divine as everything.

This is the divine locally connecting with the divine as everything.

It creates a different kind of communication, mutuality, relationship, and dynamics between these different parts of the divine. The divine is in a more conscious team with itself.

The image is created by me and Midjourney


DRAFT

I talked with someone recently who said he only asks the divine for help if he can’t do it himself.

I understand where it comes from, it assumes separation and makes sense in that context, if you see the divine as a kind of parent you don’t want to bother and it’s better to do it for yourself.

For me, it’s different. I like to ask the divine for help and guidance as much as possible, in daily life with life situations and in transforming this human self. It’s opens me to be more receptive and more connected with the divine as everything.

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