Unless we find and begin to live our unique destiny, an empty space remains on the stage of life where could be standing. What is destiny however and is it a static thing? Destiny unfolds spontaneously in the moment as we listen to the stirrings of our inspiration. There is a paradox also in that we cannot ever not be living our destiny. This knowing eliminates guilt, shame and other feeling of unworthiness. Life is garden of delight for our being, and our destiny comprises that which allows us to align with this original purpose.
To understand what is meant by the paradox mentioned we need to look deeply at metaphysics – we exist in perfection of beingness, and yet how fully are we aware of that? How many levels of life are we living and expressing from at once? There is no end to the expanse of what we can become conscious of.
There are seven levels of perception that we can live in outer reality, which when added together forms an alchemical equation. By definition alchemy leaves us with a result that is 96 times greater than the sum of its parts. Then, we have the vastness of inner space which likewise has 672 nuances. Additionally, inner and outer can be combined which generates something even greater still.
This begins to give us a picture of the limitlessness of our Infinite nature – there is never an end and never can be to how much more fully we can consistently live. With this perspective, we can see that we are on a journey of perpetually ever more refined unfolding – like a rose that blossoms forever into more and more beautiful expressions of itself. There is no linear becoming, there is no point of arrival. Therefore, we are all that we can be in any given moment. The key factor that changes how we are experiencing this is how fully we are presencing the totality of what we are. In others words how fully we have embodied the consciousness of our divinity.
Our gift is an inherent component of what we are – it is our unique perspective which we bestow as a blessing on life. Our gift to life is the utterly inimitable unique perspective on existence that we hold. To offer that then to the world without restraint in any capacity, even in the simple acknowledgement of beauty, is the greatest server that we can render. We are lens into Infinity, each and every one of us. Each perspective has equal value in the larger picture of All that Is. Whether we are a saint or a thief, our view on life is just as valid. This in itself tells us that our very existence is a gift.
It is said that to withhold is to self-pillage our own resources. This is true also when it comes to sharing our gift with the world. To withhold in fear is to self-pillage the joy and fulfillment that is our birthright, which likewise deprives the world of the beauty of what it is through our eyes.
It may come as a great surprise to realise that we are not needed by life. To some this might feel hurtful, and to others it might feel like a huge relief. We are not needed – and yet we are invited wholeheartedly to participate in the dance. The show will go on without us, and yet the Infinite rejoices as we play our part with wild abandon purely for the joy of it. None are needed – yet all are invited.
The programming of spirit often tells lightworkers that we are here to save or uplift the world and that we must self-express our tangible “gifts” in order to fulfill this dictated purpose. This breeds concepts like martyrdom, heroism and “being on a mission”, and with that comes self-pity, self-importance and other sub-conscious attitudes that form huge stumbling blocks. With these attitudes also comes pressure, pressure to perform, pressure to measure up, pressure to “succeed”, fear of inadequacy, fear of failure, and so much more. All of these stifle the uninhibited flow of creative participation purely for delight, which is the real reason we are here. We are here for the purpose of delight.
Now that we know there is no pressure, we are not needed, and that we are all that we can be right now even if we can’t see it… what does that leave us with? It leaves us with the freedom to participate or not, knowing that either is completely fine and that we are privileged to get the chance.