“Pretending that you actually have one life gives you a certain perspective. It allows you to experience a heightened sense of importance for the life that you are living. And this allows you to feel things more intensely, as if there were a finality to all of your experiences in the life that you are living.
If you were to see the biggest picture of all of your lifetimes and the story that you are weaving together, you would know that everything that is happening in your life serves a grander purpose. That purpose quite simply is you.
So when you are considering your life here in this lifetime and wondering if you will ever do that or get that or why this or that hasn’t happened yet, see it all as serving the bigger picture of the expansion of you, the becoming of you, the full self-actualization of you. And feel the power in that.
Feel how much you are accessing by virtue of the fact that you are so much more than what you could possibly know yourself as in this one lifetime. And really sit with that. And really remember that the next time you are analyzing your life, picking it apart, and seeking to find meaning in it.
If instead of seeing this one life as the only opportunity that you have to experience something, you were to feel for what you are becoming as a result of all lifetimes, then you would not care so much about whether or not you ever get to do this or that or go to this place or meet this person. Because the feeling that you will be accessing within you will encompass all that you have ever desired, and you will carry that feeling within you so that everything you do becomes a magical and wondrous experience of yourself.
We are The Founders. We are the keepers of the flame.”