HOKUM?

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The warmth of the sun suddenly breaking through the clouds of a winters day can warm some more than just physically, it is as if it also brings hope and reassurance that bleak circumstances will not always remain, it is taken as a sign from above. It is said the appearance of a rainbow signifies God’s promise to never again send flood, again, reassurance that bleak times are forever passed. Why is it that humans seek and have need of these assurances? Humans, of this time, are far evolved from primitive man, they have no real need of superstition, no need to fear angry gods, yet, they still seek some form of hope – some promise. Many, still, choose to rely on the physical realm to offer signs, just as their ancestors would have. So, even though evolved, some form of genetic memory filters through to the modern psyche. Surprisingly this is all to the good. Modern and ancient humans share common links no matter the distance between. Humans of old could only relate to their immediate surroundings and it is just so with humans of the now. The natural world around you will gladly provide signs of hope, if, viewed with an open heart and mind, for, your immediate realm is at the same time the entire universe, the entirety of creation and you are also of this. It and you are one and it will communicate with you if you heed it. There is no need to feel foolish or unevolved for choosing to accept what some would see as hokum. The universe turns and shifts for each and every one of you, in your way. It speaks your particular and individual language, it uses your particular and individual signs, it has no need of manmade artifacts. So, should you choose to feel more than warmth when your sun breaks through, should you choose to see meaning behind your rainbow, do so, knowing your universe communicates directly to you, using language only you understand. Look, listen and feel the warmth of hope through any sign you choose beloved children, whether it be considered sacred legend or hokum, choose and heed.

Namaste

29/07/2018

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