|14 Mar 2002 @ 14:33, by Alana Tobin|
I find that when we commit to consistently being in a space of neutrality, that life seems to be much more harmonious and lovingly supported. When I see others holding this space around me, I feel that that our true selves, our "Essence," has the support to stabilize in community. I seek out optimum level environments where I can emerge as my authentic self, and commit to provide those spaces for others as well. Living in neutrality, helps us all to co-create those optimum level environments where we can thrive as our true Essence.
I look around me these days and more consistently now, I personally witness more resonant companions on the path mirroring to me my own developmental processes and the stages I am passing through. We certainly are not alone traversing these new evolutionary spaces. We have soul companions upon the path, who are our metaphorical buddies. Together, we are developing a greater capacity to consciously navigate in new energetic domains and newly emerging fields of consciousness.
Seems one of the magical spaces I and others like myself are developing mastery with has to do with neutrality. Many of us have been on paths where we have been clearing many issues over the years and aare becoming more conscious of our many core patterns. This detoxification process has afforded us with a more serene and peaceful relationship with ourselves and with our environments.
Seems as we pass through old emotions and physical memories, that they process through our systems more quickly now. Many of us can hold more consistent and conscious spaces throughout the day, week or month without being tossed about with polarities pulling us into extreme states. I find that as we stop judging our and others process, we enter into more acceptance of what is, and this acceptance helps us enter into more "neutral and compassionate spaces."
In the old days, discontent "a cultural spell," had much power over me. I could easily dive into any one of the many issues or problems life challenges me with, especially the chronic long term ones ie: money or work. The old world view was if I could just make more money, doing more of what I love, then my world would be bearable. The continual rejection of my present day experiences as not being good enough, brought frustrations, resentments and sorrows up repeatedly, and regenerated hurts from the past.
Our soul really does know what is best for us, and the ego fights against the time constraints and the processes that seem to take too long and that often do not show us physical proofs that true change is really taking place. Many of us are becoming the change we want to see in the world, and yet for many of us - impatience comes when we cannot as yet see or experience the expressions and forms that our being longs for. Birth can take a long time, and many of us are so pregnant with our visions and our dreams, that we can hardly wait to share them with others or to express the "genius," that wants to be realized out in the world.
When we live in acceptance of what is, and allow the unfolding perfection, we move into neutrality. This space involves non-attachment, disengages the ego's opinions, and therefore dispels or busts the charges that want to take us into polarity reactions. I find that when we commit to consistently being in a space of neutrality, that life seems to be much more harmonious and lovingly supported.
Living in neutrality, helps us all to co-create those optimum level environments where we can thrive as our true Essence. The passion and permission to feel all the highs and lows are still present, although the unconscious hooks to stay in spaces that are dissonant or to ride the extreme highs and lows does not have to take the crowd into treacherous territory. Those spaces get old fast, and thankfully many of us are outgrowing those spaces more quickly now. We all deserve better!
Neutrality and compassion provide a wonderful foundation for joyful and harmonious alliances. I find that as I anchor more of my Essence through my personality and physical form, I come into a greater acceptance of life in general. It appears that I see more beauty as I become it more in my own life.
I feel that as we commit to being more of what we desire, that the world will change more rapidly into being the garden we have long yearned for. I believe that neutrality is a core key to building the foundation for such a world, and that compassion is the chamber we must pass through to hold such spaces. I believe that as we shift our way of perceiving ourselves and our world, that we will naturally come into balance with our being, and that this re-balancing will ultimately rebalance and make sacred the world in which we live.