The experiment, called our life, is something to take complete responsibility for in how we have lived it. In that we step out of any traces of victimhood. We can find out what works for us as this unique thread that we are. We respond as ourselves, our true authentic selves from the responsibility taken. Within the stream of our life flow, our journey in this lifetime, we come across other characters to play with and co-create with. It elicits learning and growth, sometimes joy and sorrow. It deepens and enriches the experiment as we are not here to do it alone. This cast of characters, our friends and family and acquaintances, are here to mirror who we are and read scripts that our higher self has given them. Sometimes these scripts are not what we want to hear or experience and take us to our greatest difficulties to unravel. The closest friends and family sometimes give us the most challenge. Have you noticed this? These beloveds also co-create the most precious experiences, as well.
The experiment is to remember it is all love, all that we do is to remember ourselves as love and express the love that we are. The experiment is to see it as a grand play, a movie, down here on earth. Meanwhile, we recall our oneness, that we are all different expressions of the same being. The movie we are playing in, called our life, challenges us to remember the oneness. It is all play, or Lila, a Hindu word meaning divine play. It is to remember to not take any of it seriously. It is to remember the love that is behind everything and the whole universe supports our growth and our existence. The remembrance of oneness and connection with all that is, while being our unique special self; playing this character on earth is what the journey is about.
El ar-ha (it is a heart opening word that came in medition and the meaning is below)
I am all that is
I am all of you
I am all of creation
May we each know and love ourselves, and also love one another as ourselves, and so it is.