Posted in Love, Psychology

Everything is Love

I find this video Everything is Love (in Distortion) by Michael Brown interesting. I agree God is love, and just as God is everything and everywhere, love is also everything and everywhere. As he shared, love is not a word or concept but an experience since everything (love) is a vibration. There is nowhere where love is absent, just as there is nowhere God is absent.

I understand him as saying that how we perceive love (or God, for that matter) depends on the condition of our emotions, and though our emotions of fear, anger, etc may have some distortion of the perception of love, that distortion is still love. So perhaps the way to see or experience love in all its fullness is to be still and meditate and know I Am – allowing our emotions to be integrated, knowing we are already whole, complete, beloved, pure and innocent.

“For the love of God was shed abroad our heart by the Holy Spirit (within us)”

“That we may know what is the length, depth, height and width, of the love of Christ, that we may be filled with all the fullness of God”

On another note, I also like what Brother Lawrence wrote here in his book “Practising the Presence of God”:

“Do you so, I beseech you; comfort yourself with Him, who is the only Physician of all our maladies. He is the FATHER of the afflicted, always ready to help us. He loves us infinitely more than we imagine: love Him then, and seek not consolation elsewhere: I hope you will soon receive it. Adieu. I will help you with my prayers, poor as they are, and shall be, always, yours in our LORD.” Brother Lawrence

Yes, we are infinitely loved more than we can imagine, for He (our highest self or cosmic consciousness) is able to do exceedingly, abundantly, above all that we ask or think.

 

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I am a beloved child of Divine Love/Great Spirit, and so are you. We are spiritual beings on a human journey. My main interests in life include Nature, music, spirituality, inspiration, philosophy, sports, reading and photography.

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