by Miche Lame
The most important relationship is your relationship with God, the Divine Spirit. All our other relationships merely reflect that important, primary, first relationship. We just have to look at our relationships to realize what our relationship with God is actually like.
Are your relationships full of love, deep intimacy, and trust? Our relationship issues stem from our lack of connection and unfulfilling relationship with God. And remember, God was our very first relationship. God is always present, loving, accepting, and trustworthy. If there is an issue, it is with us. I know that at one time, someone I loved died, and I rejected God for many years. That was on my end and due to my own projection. Never mind that person was living a dangerous life and that they were responsible for their choices. I chose to blame and project onto God. And fell asleep for many years. Those years are all a haze.
It is that “haze,” in fact, that I look for when working with someone as that tells me they were/are disconnected from themselves and God. During that time, they are/were “sleepwalking” through life. Inauthentic and disconnected from their true selves and God, the Divine – on their end. Just like myself, we can wake up and improve our relationship with God, or the quantum field, which is, like God, within everything and connects everything. So, if we are disconnected, it’s on our end, not God’s.
After we are born, we often forget where we came from. There are plenty of stories about young children remembering before they were born, like a past life or the joy they experienced before conception. We forget as we grow, and our parents seem like gods to us, so we tend to project human fallacies and positives onto God. Yet, humans are emotional rollercoasters and imperfect, unlike God. As our very human parents failed to provide the loving acceptance, abundance, and safety of God, we became fearful and hurt.
As these feelings grew and were often suppressed as unacceptable to our parents, we began to develop a dualistic relationship with our parents, loving them and hating them, being dependent on them yet unsafe as they were unreliable. Think of the “terrible” twos and the teenage years where this pattern is set, and our subconscious plays out this scenario over and over while we search everywhere but with God and to ourselves for love, acceptance, and safety.
Perhaps it’s time to allow ourselves to re-connect with God and ourselves to find the love, acceptance, safety, and wholeness within.
Love and Light,
Miche Lame’, M.A.L.L.P