“Mastery does not come through repetitive action. That is a skill, not mastery. Mastery comes in the moment that you let all that you are participate in what you are doing. That can be done in an instant. That does not require you to do, or to repeat, until you get it just right.
So mastery happens in an instant, and you recognize mastery when you feel the vibration that has been infused into something. Elevating your skill level is a process that can be never-ending. You can get better, and better, and better at doing something, but there will always been more that you can do. There will always be more to that journey.
Achieving mastery in an instant, in a moment, needs no encore performance. You give yourselves opportunities for mastery all day, every day. Any time you are speaking, any time you are doing even the most mundane task, you have the opportunity to call forth more of yourself and to infuse more of yourself into what you are doing or saying.
And then you just let it be whatever it is. Whatever you say, you say. Whatever you do, you do completely. And you are the master who knows himself or herself as that moment, as that experience. You surrender to whatever comes through you, to whatever comes out of you, because you know that the true master never judges.
The true master never compares. The true master simply is fully and completely participating with no expectation, with no attachment to outcome, and with the knowing that everything that you are can be expressed in a single moment.
We are Michael. We are infinite. We are Love.”