If light is in your heart, you will find your way home



Scott Allen on Google+   posted the above quote by Rumi a few weeks ago.


What are we but light, energy?  If you’ve read anything about our souls, you’ll see that what we are is energy, is light.  One book I’ve discussed many times at Wisdom and Life is Journey of Souls.  In that book the author, Dr. Michael Newton details what happens to us when we transition.  What I took away from every book and everything I’ve seen and read is that when we transition we revert to our natural state:


What do you think Rumi meant when he said this?  It’s always a challenge to interpret the meaning behind someone’s words.  So I will offer my own interpretation.  This is purely coming from my own life experience.  Our true home is NOT on the earthly plane but with the Divine.  We are only on the earthly plane temporarily.  Each incarnation we have here is transitory.  We come here to learn, to grow, to move closer to the Divine.


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Why do we continue to reincarnate?  It’s as I said above:
We want to move closer to the Divine.  And the Divine is pure energy, pure light.


Once we achieve light in our heart, once we understand that we ARE light, our home will be waiting for us.  Unfortunately many of us don’t yet understand that we need to forgive, that we need to stop calling each other out, that we need to stop being negative.  We MUST stop hurting each other.  Until all of humanity understands this simple notion, we will continue returning over and over.


Love is what moves us forward.
Love is the key to understanding.


Anything else is an anchor around our souls, dragging us back to the earthly plane.  Lift the anchor.  Remove your spiritual blinders.  See the world for what it truly is:
A place filled with love.
A place filled with positive energy.
A place of light.


Be Happy!  Be Well!  Be Positive!
Blessings to you.



Once you realize that life is eternal,
That our souls our eternal,
That we return to light and physical over and over;


We then lose all our distress
We then lose all our fear of dying.  For there truly is no end.



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