The grace of receiving the blubb

W-pI.181.5.  7 We enter in the time of practicing with one intent; to look upon the sinlessness within.


I trust my brothers, who are one with me.

W-pI.181.8.  2 For what we seek to look upon is really there. 3 And as our focus goes beyond mistakes, we will behold a wholly sinless world. 4 When seeing this is all we want to see, when this is all we seek for in the name of true perception, are the eyes of Christ inevitably ours. 5 And the Love He feels for us becomes our own as well. 6 This will become the only thing we see reflected in the world and in ourselves.

I started my practice today with this lesson: training the mind to look for Self and essence in my daughter and ONLY that. I noticed that the blubb placed itself between us again and again – and for the first time I was revealed to me that seeing the blubb as a portal to truth was salvation.

Holy Spirit has completely turned my perception around: what before was seen as something demonic and very threatening is now seen as an opportunity to embrace deeply exiled stuff from my mind: invited back into my heart, it is felt with great gratitude and release, and my daughter’s Self is shining right through it.

I remember this quote from Jack Kornfield, that I wrote in Introduction to my book:

“Finally, as our wisdom deepens, we understand that our very problems and poisons are our best teachers. It is said that the wisest beings will come looking for this poisonous tree to use its fruit as medicine to transform the suffering of the world.”

From After the Ecstasy, the Laundry by Jack Kornfeld. [1]

[1]   Jack Kornfield: After the ecstasy, the laundry. Bantam (October 2, 2001)

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