Mu Comment / Marianne Williamson Reply

lightbody-yin-yangMarianne Williamson: Okay, I want to read to you an email that I just got here, which is interesting. It’s a woman who says:

Mu says: Just a comment here. I hear so many people playing weak. Playing small. Playing a victim as if it’s all out of their control. I’ve been there and I’ve done that in the past. But I’ve learned that the greatest knowledge, peace, and strength lies in knowing – really knowing, that we are so much bigger than we think. We are bigger than our mind. Bigger than our ego. Bigger than food, bigger than any addiction. We do not have to believe these stories that are not even really true. It is just the mind and ego avoiding the present moment. Let go of the stories and the pictures in the mind that are other than our Divine Nature. It’s easy. It is just a choice. When we recognize our Divine Nature, we no longer play small, weak, or less than who we truly are. My prayer is that everyone sees and makes this connection. It is just a decision. Setting in motion what we might call a miracle. A miracle we create ourselves. Blessings, healing and love to all. Thank you.

Marianne: Marti! Thank you so much! Boy that was good. That was great. Also, you’re a good writer darling. That was really cool.

So… as Marti just said, it’s funny because I was just going to say to [seminar participant’s name], you know these stories that we have, like you know… ‘I was adopted…’ or ya know whatever the story is… “my parents did this…” anything before in the past… anything that was other than the love that we gave and the love we received, was as exactly what Marti just said, it was just a story. And when Marti says, just change your mind and get out of it…. you know I understand that mind that says, “Oh it’s not that simple”, but ya know what guys, on a certain level it is.

Because in any moment, ya know, I love that when some people talk about the Bible…when they talk about Jesus and the greatest story ever told. The greatest story ever told is the story of us becoming the people that we’re capable of being. And that’s what that story is. The story of the birth of the true Self. Fathered by God and mothered by our humanity. Sometimes people say why do you call God He? The use of the traditional Judeo-Christian language is in the CIM and that’s why I use it. In the Eastern religions they talk about the yin and the yang, and the yin is the feminine earth principle and the yang is the masculine sky principle. It’s very fascinating because to the extent to which you call God He, the human soul is She. And I said earlier in the call, it’s not that food or anything else can’t fill up the hole inside you; it’s there is no hole inside us. There is no hole inside us when we allow ourselves to realize that which is impregnating us spiritually every moment, and that is the Spirit of God. And when we in our mortal selves – in our bodies, in our mortal selves, allow ourselves to be penetrated as it were by Spirit, and make that connection, then something happens. We’re in a different place within ourselves, and as we stand within that different place within ourselves, moment by moment by moment, and yes it takes practice, then all the physical self will do is simply manifest that. Because our thoughts are creating and recreating the physical body every moment.

Okay, we’ve got [seminar participant’s name] on the phone… Did you just hear the email I read from Marti about giving up our stories? (A: No.) Okay, so you were adopted, and you recently found your family…”

From the Q&A Divine Alignment of Body and Soul, August 7, 2013

 

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Let Go of the Stories

969206_223880034433500_981849729_n I made a comment during a recent Q&A with Marianne Williamson in her 4-week online seminar called ‘Divine Alignment of Body and Soul’. It was a very spontaneous decision to write and submit this comment regarding holding onto ego/mind stories that do not serve us, ‘raise’ our level of consciousness or well-being, or lift us out of limited ideas about who we are and what we are capable of BEing.

I have observed how many, if not most people – in this case, ones who had created body issues for themselves, also seem to have a strong attachment to a negative narrative running in their mind – a ‘story’ or ‘stories’ related to their history or some type of experience, ‘trauma’, or set of circumstances ‘outside’ of themselves. As if something external was/is responsible for our thoughts, choices, addictions, and unhealthy or unloving behaviors towards ourselves and/or others. This type of thinking and ‘victim consciousness’ is what Caroline Myss calls “woundology”. I was hearing and reading about a lot of woundology-speak from participants during the seminar, so I wanted to briefly raise the topic (and share the transcript of the excerpt here), because I know that for most who think and speak in woundology stories, it is an unconscious, habitual, pattern that reinforces the ‘wound’, trauma’, behavior and thinking. I also know that something wonderful happens, and a shift occurs on a mental and deep cellular level once we recognize our very own ‘Divine’ Nature’. Everything changes. Everything.

Here is the planetmu MuTube video of my comment and Marianne’s words of wisdom: http://youtu.be/6ZMP3L6lKqM

~ mu
For more information Marianne’s website is at: http://www.marianne.com