Let me tell you how ridiculous this world is. Here we are, talking about finding enlightenment, wisdom, love and peace. Who is looking for these things? Ask yourself. And this is where the ridiculousness and insanity kick in. The one looking for these things is the one who already has them. You have declared war upon yourself and booby-trapped your way back, or so you think.
There’s no sugar coating it. The way back to Creation and happiness isn’t always dancing under the moonlight with garlands in your hair. That’s because the harmful acts and wrongs you believe you have done will need to be faced during the undoing. It is truly amazing how self deluded a child of Creation has made himself.
The good news is that not all of the undoing process is hard and arduous. Indeed, as you travel the redemption road you will experience moments of joy so beautiful, so grand and blissful they will take your breath away. This process can be somewhat accurately described using a line from a song by singer songwriter Boz Scaggs, Sometimes you’ll cry, sometimes you’ll fly like a bird.
As you go along the flying becomes longer and stronger and the crying less and less until it stops altogether.
As the undoing process continues and the reality of Self becomes more and more evident the absurdity of the blocks is realized. Things like, jealousy, self-centeredness, hostility, comparisons with others and self-doubt are seen for what they are— illogical and made up scenarios whose only purpose is to scare and divert attention from reality.
You know what undoing really is?
Undoing is learning to love again.