Open the Door of Love

trick-or-treatLove is such a journey. Loving God, loving oneself, loving others. How does one open the doors of love. When one has been traumatized or wounded it is not easy.

Rev 3:20 says, “I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in…”

So God is there, ready to come into our hearts if we open up. If we do, we pass from death to life.

We have an inner world and an outer world. However, in relation to the love of God the boundary is somewhat vague.

“Where is the love of God,” my cousin asked me at, shortly after I had opened the door, or in my case, dissolved the bubble that encased me to become immersed in the golden light of love.

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“Is it inside or outside,” he queried.

“When you are feeling the love of God,” I responded, “There is no inside or outside.”

God’s love is everywhere. In a sense, it is the absolute reality. The foundation of all existence.

Those who open the door to know the depth of their soul know that we are all one in the love of God even though we are each a unique expression of that love.

Those who open the door to know the depth of their soul know that the inner world and the outer world are both expressions of one reality, two side of the same coin.

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What is this door? Where is this door?

Indeed it is the door of faith. It is here now.

If you can’t find the door, perhaps you’re consciousness is preoccupied with thoughts and sensations.

Retreat into the silence and the stillness.

Don’t think about it.

Simply ask, “God, are you there?”

Knock and the door will be opened.

When the door is opened you will find the Way.

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