What Really, Truly Matters

by Christopher Lovejoy on November 9, 2019

I see you and I hear you
I know you and I feel you
I love you and I need you
I thank you and I bless you

I now see you and hear you more truly than ever
I now know you and feel you more deeply than ever
I now love you and need you more freely than ever
I now thank you and bless you more fully than ever

but … do I now see you and hear you truly?
but … do I now know you and feel you deeply?
but … do I now love you and need you freely?
but … do I now thank you and bless you fully?

I now see you and hear you truly
I now know you and feel you deeply
I now love you and need you freely
I now thank you and bless you fully

may I see you and hear you again
may I know you and feel you again
may I love you and need you again
may I thank you and bless you again

see you, hear you
know you, feel you
love you, need you
thank you, bless you

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When I listen to a message being channelled through me from above and beyond, so to speak, over a span of minutes or even hours, I pay close attention to what I can only describe as “my inner knowing and sensing” as the words come tumbling through in “fits and starts.”

Even after hours of channelling a message, the message will invariably grow and morph.

When I listen to someone channel a message from above and beyond, so to speak, I pay closer attention to the content and quality of the message more than I do the messenger, although even the messenger might convey vital information about the nature of the message.

Consider such a message from Bashar, an entity channelled by Daryl Anka:

Circumstances don’t matter; only state of being matters

Circumstances don’t matter; only state of being matters. The strong vocal emphases that Bashar placed on matter and matters indicate in no uncertain terms what really, truly matters in any relationship that endures between circumstances and state of being (or vice versa).

State of being draws circumstances in two ways: (1) as a magnet for circumstances (a state of being at war solidifies circumstances at odds with a state of being at peace) or (2) as a filter to draw relevant, significant circumstances (a state of being at peace in a state of war).

Here, we can talk about two or more people or groups at war as easily as two or more nations at war.

A steady state of being will eventually determine quality of circumstances, although one might reasonably insist that circumstances do matter if they persist in undermining state of being, but it is the state of being itself that will eventually solidify a different set of circumstances.

In light of this reasoning, what might be said about attracting and supporting a desired state of being?

Consider this basic proposition: what really, truly matters is to be alive and to be alive. To give this state-ment a practical grounding, one might elaborate as follows: what really, truly matters in life is to be alive to a state of rest (trust) and to be alive to a state of flow (faith).

Note the shift in emphasis with respect to being alive; note, too, the two different classes of state of being. The nature of reality is such that being qua being is either resting or moving; one is either resting (trusting) in and out of peace or moving (flowing) in and out of bliss.

A simple, pivotal question that abides in each and every moment of my life, whether I care to realize it or not, is not unlike a master switch for the soul of my being at rest and for the spirit of my being in flow: let it be or make it so? ~ begging this question: be alive or be alive?

In posing the questions, it becomes apparent to me that I cannot always pose them in the moment, as my body has a life of its own. Truth be told, I realize I hardly ever pose these questions in the moment ~ indeed, nothing short of a cosmic awareness could enable me to do so. The questions themselves, however, could serve as practical tools in appropriate moments to cultivate this spiritual awareness.

Particularly in moments when I am faced with a choice to serve myself or another.

Consider these tablets of suggestion to substantiate these choice points …

1
let it be to be alive (trust);
let it be to rest in the moment

be alive to let it be (peace);
rest in the moment to let it be

upshot: “have it work for you”

2
make it so to be alive (faith);
make it so to go with the flow

be alive to make it so (bliss);
go with the flow to make it so

upshot: “make it work for you”

3
query: let it be or make it so?
be aware: be alive or be alive?

true submission or pure transmission?
attunement or alignment?

intent: “have and make it for you”

Consider this simple algorithm to further substantiate these choice points …

if

I let it be

then

I can rest in knowing that I feel alive

else

if

I rest in knowing that I feel alive

then

I can let it be

and

if

I make it so

then

I can go with the flow and feel alive

else

if

I go with the flow and feel alive

then

I can make it so

In any appropriate moment, I can either be aware of coming to rest to let it be (or aware of letting it be to come to rest) to be alive and feel alive, or I can be aware of going with the flow to make it so (or aware of making it so to go with the flow) to be alive and feel alive.

I can either let fate open doors for me or I can choose to open my own doors to destiny.

a clear fate = let it be and “have it work for you” to satisfy presence at the heart of soul
a clear destiny = go with the flow and “make it work for you” to fulfill promise in the mind of spirit
a clear witness = knowing and feeling where ‘n when to let it be, where ‘n when to make it so

Theoretically, an infinite number of moments can be tapped. Practically speaking, however, only a finite number of moments can be tapped on the way to tapping an infinite number of moments, and so, when I speak of “every passing moment,” I am speaking only of tappable moments.

To be a clear witness, to know and feel where and when to let it be and where and when to make it so, is to be aware of presence with every passing moment, and to be present, with every passing moment, to the ultimate question of your life, for your life: let it be or make it so?

As a clear witness to presence and promise both, attending to “let it be” to stay alive draws on an everlasting trust in peace, regardless of circumstances, whereas intending to “make it so” to come alive draws on an everlasting faith in bliss, regardless of circumstances.

In attending to let it be, attunement is discernment, bringing understanding that satisfies presence at the heart of soul; by intending to make it so, alignment is discernment, bringing innerstanding that fulfills promise in the mind of spirit. The authority of a witness coordinates agency of attunement with autonomy of alignment; as soul and spirit attune and align, the outcome is divine: harmony, pure and sweet.

Equanimity in the face of (apparent) provocation.

Buoyancy in the face of (apparent) temptation.

Serenity in the face of (apparent) obligation.

Where equanimity arises from a sense of contentment in the face of any perceived past reflections of deprivation, buoyancy arises from a sense of fulfillment in the face of any perceived future projections of limitation. As such, serenity is free to arise in the face of both.

Be spontaneous and carefree with an inner sense of knowing or navigate a structure that favors answers to these two simple yet enduring questions: (1) what do I wish to accomplish here? and (2) what is the best (most effective, most efficient) way to realize this outcome?

Let it be or make it so? Be alive or be alive? Stay alive or come alive?

What really, truly matters?

Perhaps three pithy questions lived well and good with presence and promise. In view of the fact that the absence or presence of structure determines behavior, a pure, sweet harmony reflects trust, faith, peace, love, joy, bliss, grace, and ease on the way to serendipity.

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Key References

On Being a Wizard

Along the Huna Path

On Being a Witness

Let it Be? Make it So?

The Art of Surrender

In Praise of Ecstasy

Signature Vibrations

Baseline Equanimity

Letting Be, Letting Go

Serenity, Tranquility

Say No to Striving?

Peacefully, Blissfully

Life: A Play or A Game?

On the Pathless Path

Awethentic Appreeshiation

Standing on the Threshold

Ecstasy: A Path to Mastery?

The Ultimate Harmonic

Submissive, Transmissive

In Favor of a Light Touch

On the Way to Serendipity

Serenity, Serendipity, Ecstasy

Innerstanding, Understanding

Learn Grow Evolve Ascend

The Fine Art of Doing Nothing

Let’s Be Clear About Service

Be Still: The Cosmic Option

Along the Pathless Path

From a Causal Point of You

A Cat on the Edge of a Ledge

Ninth Density Consciousness

The Way of Huna Wisdom

Comm-union and Comm-unity

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