I am God

June 12th, 2010 § 1 comment

When man started to talk about God in the third person – I do not know if man ever did otherwise -, the connection with the higher Self was lost and the knowing that man is the creator of it’s own life turned to a suffocating believe system that their is a master of puppets controlling every bit of their life.

You can get on your knees and beg the big master not to cut your string, but there is no guarantee. He has a masterplan, and if you play by his rules you can play a glorious part filled with abundance and happiness. But if you are a sinner…

We are living in an era were we are changing our perspective from third person to the drivers seat. “I am God”. Doesn’t that feel great? Yes, it does! No, you don’t get to be the master of puppets as you do not control anyone but yourself. But isn’t that what the drivers seat is all about? You can not control the way other people are driving. But you can make driving a really pleasant experience by relaxing and enjoying the journey not rushing your way to whatever goal you have set. It’s a never ending journey, and if you think you have reached you goal, you already enter the next in your navigation system.

I really like the analogy with the navigation system. We all innately know were we want to go in relation to any subject our attention is focused upon. It is entered in our system. Our emotions will tell us at any point in time where we are in relationship to where we want to be. As long as we listen, we will be heading in the right direction. But when we don’t, we get lost.

Orginally posted here: http://300words.posterous.com/i-am-god-5

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