Your heart’s desire is oneness. Your will is joined with everyone. You chose love and so you cannot ever be satisfied with anything less than living your desire.
Even if you desire the experience of being a separate individual, living in a world of differences and holding onto judgements, you still can’t disconnect from who you are. Your true Self will go with you – what else can it do?
You have been disappointed, frustrated, confused, conflicted and let down as a result of desiring separation. This had to happen because your true desire to be one mind, one heart, one being, complete and loving means you cannot be satisfied with any other choice.
And, of course, your choice is powerful and so your choice to be separate will bring an experience of being disconnected from love, which is fear. You always get what you desire even though you made a wrong choice based on your desire. This is great news because you can change your choice – you just need a little help to recognise your desire.
To remember complete satisfaction you need to let go of every desire that is not true.
You need to see that the choice you made for separation, although it was what you thought you wanted, has resulted in a painful experience.
You cannot start to let go of a desire that you don’t own.
When you take responsibility for choosing unloving thoughts, you can release them. You have to look at sickness, death and pain. You desired them. They are yours to let go of. Yet you cannot make this journey back to your Self without the help of your Self.
Help comes in many different symbols and experiences. First, it seems to be a Guide within yourself that is separate from you. It starts out with an experience of receiving help from something outside of you, because you see yourself as separate. This inner Guide or Teacher will use your body, other people and all situations to lead you home to oneness.
You resistance will be great but your attraction to love will be greater.
Your desire for love is your only true desire.
You true Self, which is love, is your only home.
By James Kelly