The theme of the month at Center for Spiritual Living, Capistrano Valley is Upcycling. For this past Sunday, “Trash Talk” was the topic of Dr. Heather Clark’s message.
In rivalries, taunting others with “Trash talk” can have a smidge of truth in a mindset. If we are in a way of thinking that does not encompass Allness, a sense of separation can sneak in and create a dramatic tension between two sources.
Especially in the ways of religious thinking, is one direction or belief better than another? Each person who has come here to reside on Earth is following their own path. If the path is laden with a way or belief that isn’t agreeable to someone else, it may be difficult to believe that path is one leading to salvation or Awareness.
What if that path leads to a place of pain or discomfort? Sometimes it’s hard to humanly understand these times of sorrow, however, just know that Divine Right Action takes place in every situation. Sometimes out of great pain, a revelation is born, which may not have been revealed if not for the painful journey. When we are Spiritually guided we know when Divine Right Action requires our participation or not.
In the title, “We’ve got Spirit, yes we do… How about you?”,we don’t need to “Trash Talk” about any other religion or belief system. All we should know is Spirit is working through each and every one of us. There are many individuals who are deeply rooted in Spirit in several faiths. With their wisdom, they can touch those who are congregants of their places of worship. It can be likened to speaking different languages, some may not hear it spoken in this way of thinking, but it’s completely clear in that one. Or, at their time of life, they may not have heard it in their 20’s, but it’s crystal clear in their 30’s. So, if you find yourself questioning, “Why can’t they see it my way?” fret not, they are seeing it their way, in their own time. We may be Divinely guided to act in their unfoldment, but ultimately, our highest calling is to know Truth.
Q: “We’ve got Spirit, yes we do! We’ve got Spirit, how about you?
A: “We’ve got Spirit, yes WE do! We’ve got Spirit, we All do!”