Love - a circle we must continually widen
Date: 9/26/2016 8:34:31 PM ( 7 y ) ... viewed 1503 times
One thing "stuck" with me from my "family of origin" was "taught" by my father who said the two greatest needs human beings have is to love and to be loved.
The following quote from Omraam inspired me to start this.:
"...the mistake humans have made is in not understanding that they ought to have widened the family circle even further and extended their love to other creatures and to the whole universe."
I'm suspecting that this "mistake" is virtually universal. And the "antidote" is universal as well!
In addition to the words of wisdom from my father I received a real gift of love from my sister one month before she left the earth plane a couple years ago. She wrote to me: "I'm gathering universal love to send my love to you." After Linda crossed over I started singing this as a verse in a new song (which so far only has that one verse! ; ~ ) I made a minor change to: "We are gathering universal love to send our love to you."
I have a High Ideal Seed Dream Vision called Cheeta. Cheeta is an acronym that stands for the convergence of my High Ideals that have progressed throughout my life since I was about twelve years old or so. Cheeta can stand for: Community Healing Environments~Enlightening Through Arts. It can also stand for: Cultural Healing~Enlightened Ecology~Transformational Arts. Any way it is expressed Cheeta is the Harmonic Convergence of Our Highest Ideals! What does that have to do with "family"? The 3D of Cheeta is an Eco-Village based on families with children who wish to live close to the forces of nature and where the families are very well nourished from their own Biodynamic Farm! Imagine having meals with your loved ones where you know exactly where all the food comes from and which connects you to the very life of the farm!
September 29th, 2016 -
Dialogue is the crucible and repository of our potential shared reality. This applies to my sense of "family". In the spirit of dialogue one could ask another: "Tell me what family is to you".
Continuing the extension of "family":
"... In appearance, each human appears to be distinct and separate from everyone else. But in reality, a part of them is connected to the collective whole and lives in all creatures throughout the cosmos."
October 2, 2016 -
Continuing with more inspiration regarding Omraam:
"The power of his teaching lies in this: it is of primordial importance to transform ourselves, but it is equally important to transform the world into a garden of paradise. Today, men and women, even children, are becoming more aware than ever before of the necessity of helping each other, of becoming one family united in love and peace."
January 19, 2017 -
Omraam's "Thought": "...The love you will attract will be nothing but a reflection of yourself."
I recommend reading this "Thought of the day" out-loud for the "life" that you imbue into the words will possibly speak to you with the cosmic humor that I have enjoyed by doing the same!
March 5, 2017 -
The impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
"...young brains become hardwired to respond to stress more easily; less external stress is required to produce all the cascading changes in the body, which result from a stress response."
March 12, 2017 -
More "Thought of the day" wisdom from Omraam  that includes the idea of the family as "a base designed to provide us with a form of stability within society". And when the family fails to provide that then the individuals bare at least a conditioning influence (if not a deep internalized instability) that needs clearing.
Possible Dyads: "Tell me what family is." "Tell me something about your family of origin that is not okay with you."
April 13, 2017 -
“Resolving current relationship issues involves exploring our early attachment relationships and healing the traumatized child.”
Read more at: http://www.curezone.org/blogs/f.asp?f=3569&p=2
 Omraam Mikhaël Aďvanhov -
The Life of a Master in the West
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 Silent ACEs: The Epidemic of Attachment and Developmental Trauma by Niki Gratrix:
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