What Stands Between You and Love

Love can be elusive. You do so much to find it, create it, live in it, imagine it — and yet returning to love is simply a thought away.

What stands between you and love?

Again, what stands between you and love? What if today you were OK and could feel that space of love — that today you will be OK. In being OK, you actually allow yourself to let go of all those thoughts that are not love; they flow down the river of thought and you simply return to the space of love — the original space.

So many people create lives within their story, where love is a stranger. If you are one of those, this lack of love becomes a slowly tightening noose around the neck of your being. Living in your first-world problems creates the space where the simple space of being in a space of love seems elusive and distant.

Songs are written about love as if it is something to be discovered. Yet all you have to do is look at the youngest among us. Love is simply where they live. They learn about that which is not love. Babies can bring us right back to love — yet it is not the baby. It is the space a baby lives in that brings you right back to that space.

Notice how even thinking about a baby can bring you back to love. The baby does not have to be with you right now; simply thinking about a baby can bring you back to the space of love. Love is our innate space of wellbeing; we always have access to it. It is your thinking that pulls you from love.

Today, can you feel the warmth love brings to you?

Love is right here, right now. In reading this, you have returned to love. The moment you are present to these words, you naturally return to love. Be here for a moment and allow that love to flow over you and engulf you.

When you put this down and move to the next task, you can take love with you. Life is amazing when you live it from the space of love. You become stronger, more courageous, bolder, and can engage with anyone.

And it takes nothing more than the awareness of where you are. Love is the original space of wellbeing.

This week, come on back — to love!

Sayings for the Week: Dare to love yourself as if you were a rainbow with gold at both ends. ― Aberjhani

The most terrifying thing is to accept oneself completely. ― C.G. Jung

When you're different, sometimes you don't see the millions of people who accept you for what you are. All you notice is the person who doesn't. ― Jodi Picoult

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