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Mind and Heart in Love

 Continuing with my book review of Love Without End – Jesus Speaks by renowned portraitist Glenda Green, the topic of how the mind and heart work together – or don’t, as the case may be – came up early in the book. The general impression is that the mind seeks to dominate the heart by taking advantage of its troubles.  This occurs sometimes between a professional and his/her client, which then becomes an ethics issue related to the right use of power. These two capacities are intended and designed to form a partnership in the process of bringing forth creation. The author records Jesus on the subject of the mind-heart relationship: 

 The mind will actively seek to compensate or to exploit the heart’s troubles, but it will never seek to remove or to cure them. For the heart’s despair is the mind’s option for power.

She asks if the mind behaves that way always, and he answers:  

Well, often. But actually the mind can be a very good servant, if you allow it to be just that. You must realize and hold firmly to an understanding that the mind has no power of its own. The mind either integrates and projects from experience, or else it develops a logical matrix to serve, to explain, and to implement the powers of the heart and the soul. The problem arises when the heart is oriented negatively in some way toward life, because when the heart gives the mind a negative impulse such as insufficiency, insecurity, fear, or anger, the mind operates with reverse logic

She then asked Jesus for an example:

The most obvious example is simply the absence of data or experience—a tangible mystery—which the mind fills with its own inventions for fear of losing control.

But now, let‘s look at this. When a man’s heart has become attuned to scarcity, his mind will work overtime to generate ways and means of making money. Theres a certain logic to this in relation to survival pressures, but it never solves the problem or changes the basic belief. The man just copes, or grows rich, to finance and perpetuate poverty consciousness in himself or others. And so he overworks to support a kind of material wealth which dominates his life but never results in a deep and true sense of prosperity. There is only compensation for lack, for the mind only solves problems of logic or balance — never problems of life.

The man‘s poverty consciousness resulted from wearing so many blinders to the abundance of life that he eventually believed in scarcity and then invested in it. Now by comparison, there was another man who beheld the wondrous universe with awe as he expressed his gratitude for the infinite supply. This man has given his mind a positive impulse, and so his mind will seek ways to make that abundance real in his life.

With less effort, greater prosperity is attained. The same is true of physical well being. A man who believes in illness will struggle all of his life to be well. And his mind will provide him many ways to prevent or to remedy the ailments without ever removing the source of trouble. Yet a man who believes in health and wholeness will set his mind to the positive service of making it true. Given any negative belief or impulse the mind will operate dysfunctionally. There may be perfect logic, but applied in reverse mode (as if reflected by a mirror) to compensate for—not solve—the problem.  

He continued with a sense of wonder:

My Father’s universe is infinite and infinitely abundant. By beholding and believing in this the mind can then work in a direct and proper way to bring abundance. If given a positive impulse the mind works properly. If given a negative impulse, the mind works in reverse. That is its logic.

Just behold infinity. Behold, and be in awe of the infinite everlasting creation

He finished this brief discourse by reciting one of Glenda’s favorite passages from the Gospels:

Consider the lilies of the field. They do not labor or spin, yet I tell you noeven Solomon in all his splendor was arrayed like one of these. Behold infinity every day and all that you seek shall be given you.”

We touch infinity while sharing attunement with another in the healing current of love.  It pours out through our hearts and hands and fills every cell of our bodies and every corner of our souls.  It overflows like water to satisfy every thirst for love in our worlds.  Behold infinity in the Attunement Current of Love. Let love radiate without concern for results.  Let the mind and heart be in love with one another to fulfill their individual and collective purposes together.  Let Love command.

Love be with you today and always,

Anthony


“Blue Shaman”

Osiris and Isis live on in the “Place of the Shapers”!    Or is their legend only that and nothing more?    You’ll be convinced there’s more to it than story-book legend after finishing Book II of Blue Shaman.  It brought me to tears of joy and utter ecstatic fulfilment of personal destiny toward the end.  “Yes! this is what the Journey called ‘life’ is all about!” was my first flush of feeling.

Characters the likes of Troth, Ra, Lord Osiris and the fabled goddess Isis, even Prince Setana, come alive in Hugh Malafry’s trilogy.  I’ve read the first two books, “Stone of Sovereignty” and “Caverns of Ornolac,” and patiently, but with bated breath and curious anticipation, await the third, “Master of Hallows,” to see just how far the author dares take his readers in the ultimate “quest for the Holy Grail,” or “Sang Real (Royal Blood),” as Dan Brown brought to light in Angels and Demons.   Unlike Dan Brown’s story, Hugh Malafry’s rendition of the fabled grail quest story makes attainment on a very intimate and personal level appear highly plausible, if tangibly possible in one’s lifetime.   Is not the experience of the “oneness of the Worlds” of heaven and earth, in and through the realization of divine identity, the ultimate quest of all seekers on spiritual paths Home?  Is not co-creation with “The Makers” in our history as well as in our intuited destiny?  

Each of us is given a remembrance of the truth of love in the “white stone of sovereignty” embodied by the pineal gland in the center of the cranium (alluded to only in the story),  not only of the human species but of all living beings and entities of Gaia, so that we carry within us the memory of “The First Time.” There is a powerful lesson in the story relating to how we each enter in the holy place of our temples of light within, the key to restoring heaven on earth . . . but I’ll let you discover it for yourself.

Heads up movie makers!

Blue Shaman is a must read for all wayfarers on the road to spiritual enlightenment and full Self-realization!   More yet, it has the makings of possibly the greatest movie of the 21st Century.   Heads up movie producers!   Malafry’s novel is staged upon a most unusual, if unlikely, terrain that bridges this world with the “Otherworld.”  The reader finds him/or herself  “crossing over” the thresholds from one world to the next, in the “Inn of the Parting of the Ways” and beyond,  and back again throughout the story; the main characters transitioning through what is called “death” and the regeneration of their flesh bodies, some even having access to wisdom and knowledge gained in prior incarnations.   “This is how it should be” was a recurring flush of feeling for me throughout the story, a deja vu of profound depth.   It was a revelation to me for sure of my own level of spiritual awakening, growth and maturity.  With what character(s) I most personally identified at various stages as the story unraveled told me something about my own “progress” along the Way:  where I’ve been, where I am now, and, most importantly, where I must continue to go forward toward in my own spiritual journey to full Self-realization and, more relevant, to the timely revelation (apocalypse) of the light that I am for my world, that we each are individually and collectively for our potentially magnificent world.   

Probably the greatest gift of Malafry’s trilogy is that of remembrance —  remembrance of our past, the only “cure” for our collective amnesia that has occasioned the potential reenactment of our tragic history and the continuance of our scientific arrogance that has brought our mind-made worlds of the past down upon our heads and the heads of our women and children, wiping out entire civilizations and sinking vast continents into the waters of the oceans, risking the unthinkable just because we can.  Remembrance, as well, of the “First Time” and how it will be again on planet Earth, our Home among the stars, as the Makers incarnate among us restore to our remembrance the truth of life, which is love and sacred community.  Love is the Way, and this trilogy lends access to a deep longing and profound feeling of the realization of Love in the daily living of life.  It is a most beautiful story magically, if with uncanny authority, told and written by one who appears to know of what he writes.  I know the author personally, and his writings impress upon me what I know of his authenticity and very practical spirituality.    

I highly recommend Blue Shaman to my blog readers . . . and to movie makers in Hollywood.   The trilogy is published by AuthorHouse, 1663 Liberty Dr.,Bloomington, Indiana, 47403, phone 800-839-8640, available online at www.authorhouse.com, as well as, and primarily, on any Amazon wedsite throughout the world.  

Light upon your path,

Anthony Palombo

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