Spiritual Lessons of Hamilton
Repeat after me. All is well, and all is well, and all is well. Take a nice deep breath and open your mind to the possibility that everything is exactly the way it is. And be okay with it. Parts of it are actually very good. Most of it is good. Take another deep breath, and maybe one more. All is well.
We have to be okay with what is, because it is as it is.
In our lives, the longest, hardest times are what we call our Dark Nights of the Soul. They are a universal part of the human experience. You can’t avoid them and you can’t protect anyone else from them.
As soon as we do turn toward the solution, the answer, the better way, we reconnect with Higher Selves, who’ve been there waiting and those channels we’d been blocking are cleared, and we and tap into the power of the Whole Universe. That’s the power of God, of Goddess, of Creation, of Source, of Consciousness itself. It’s the power of magic, if you will. As soon as we attune ourselves to the energy of that which we desire, it shimmers into our physical reality. And we tune it in by imagining how we will feel when we have it and focusing on things that elicit that same feeling in us. That’s how you tune. And a meditation practice is how you maintain that open flow.
Micro vs. Macro
I’ll get to the Hamilton connection in a second, I promise. This first, though. What’s happening in our world right now is a Dark Night of the Soul on a global scale.
Everything has a non-physical counterpart, an Inner Being, a Higher Self. Everything physical begins as non-physical. It cannot be otherwise. Thoughts become things. Things do not become thoughts. They do not uncreate themselves and become ideas again. They inspire new ideas, though, and then those thoughts become things.