Blessings be dear one.
We greet you this day, once more with such love, and such light.
Work is love made visible.
We have said this to you before – on more than one occasion. And yet again, we bring this to you, for you to be aware of -and for you to talk to others of.
When you work with love, you bring a passion and a vitality – and a light – to your work. Your work literally, shines in the darkness. Not just you, but any who work with love and with light. It can be challenging to bring this same love to work that is just a job – and yet, for some, it is also possible. To bring small moments of love and gratitude to the work that they do. These then ripple and spread outwards.
It is not yet possible for many to work fully with what they love – and yet, more and more, people are beginning the shift to do more of this themselves. What a world that would be – each individual working with love, and loving the work they do…
Of course, there are always challenges -and some of these can be that your love affair with work changes shape and focus as you grow. But then, what a gift this too would be – to recognise this and to change your work accordingly…
To move into a practise of deepening your sense of connection – both to the work that you do – and the sense of what is both being given and recieved. This then, of course, would deepen the sense of love you feel for the work being done – and the growth of the work as it changes shape and focus – allowing it – and yourself – to continue deepening into the connection you feel with the work you love.
Can you imagine what the potential is for this work? For the pools of light of work undertaken in this way as individuals come together, each deepening their connection to work being done with love? With love made visible…
Blessings be dear one. This is enough for this day – and once more we greet you with love and with light as you return to your work.
Love being made visible.
A suggestion: Scroll through, read what jumps out at you, and leave the rest. This simple practise still surprises me with the insights I gain.....