8. Day 8: The Knowing Of Creation

Posted by on Nov 8, 2014 in All-One, Encouragement, Fear of Not-Knowing | 2 comments

8. Day 8:  The Knowing Of Creation

I continue to ask Holy Spirit for insight and willingness to be with Not-Knowing without agenda.

HS:  Relax into Not-Knowing.  The knowing of creation will come at exactly the perfect time.  In every case there will be, is, and was everything you need at hand.  Nothing is left to chance.  Not-Knowing is not chance or random or a roll of the dice.  Not-Knowing is from which all is chosen, created, extended and delighted in.

Fear not this vastness–it is not a place, a moment or a decision–it is the stuff of ALL-IS.  The more comfortable you are with Not-Knowing and ALL-IS the more relaxed you will be in your creating. You will create knowing while being connected to Not-Knowing and this willStrengthen, stretch and delight your process.

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Relax into intention of specific form.

Whenever you feel strained, stressed and burdened, allow yourself to again return to Not-Knowing. Not-Knowing is where you can relax into your intention and let go of specific form.  This allows the awareness of spaciousness and abundance to be present which in turn softens and delights your being.  Peace is present, problems solved in a new way and all are seen as brother.

Me:  Why do I think knowing is what will bring me peace?

HS:  Dearest One, whenever you put a condition before your peace (or joy or holiness) you are postponing awareness of what and who you are.  Knowing before peace indicates without knowing there can be no peace.  Your peace remains. It is inviolable.  Next time you are feeling not-peace, notice what this feels like, is it tight? Restless? Moving? Still?  Does it constrict? Prevent? Distract? In noticing allow yourself to join the noticing rather than the distraction or constriction.  In noticing you return to the vastness of Not-Knowing.

Not-Knowing holds the answers and questions.  Ask for guidance, purpose and practice to be made known to you now.

2 Comments

  1. Magnificent lesson!

    Dovetails nicely with Byron Katie Work to ‘Question your thoughts’.
    Is it true? (Yes or no. If no, move to 3.)

    Step 2 Can you absolutely know that it’s true? (Yes or no.)

    Step 3 How do you react, what happens, when you believe that thought?

    Who would you be without the thought?

    • Eva Lisle

      Thanks Jill! I love Byron Katie’s “The Work” so much too:) xoxo

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