God is in the Blood
July 9, 2012
“God is in the Blood”, I said, during a teleclass recently. It was one of those remarks that just pops out of your mouth. Now admittedly I had been reading ‘Magic in the Blood’ by Devon Monk, and the phrase was still lingering in my consciousness, but still, God in the Blood is something else.
Have you ever been so sure of something that you cannot be swayed from it? That your knowing of that something is so strong, it becomes a foundation from which your whole existence is created.
That nothing can separate you from this awareness.
You know that ‘God is in the Blood’ when nothing disturbs the flow of your blood, of your breathing, of the rhythm of your life. And with the recognition that you are eternal and infinite, then it becomes easy to see how God is created with a thought.
God, Magic, Eternal Creation – you can drift in the slipstream of your thoughts, wondering where the revelations of life will take you, until you come to rest upon the sandbank of your physicality.
Ah the physical! So often we test our thoughts against our experiences of the physical.
So I pull upon my lines of thoughts to clarify what I’m seeking to express – and I feel the magnitude of what I’m seeking to embody.
It’s like I can hear myself speaking to me, saying that there is so much to claim in this embodiment, and that I must continue to discard the thoughts that no longer fit this body of mine. That I should take time to explore … to exercise my awareness … to claim that which previously I did not dare claim.
“Anything you consider and contemplate, now has a life of its own, because you birth it and nourish it with the threads of your wonderment.
Immortality is seeping through the consciousness of the cells that consider and contemplate the possibilities of immortality.
And your body is being shaped from what you are willing to experience next. So choose wisely.”
Something is stirring in the blood and it is wonderful.