Basically, creation in the universe knows only two directions. Everything that does not grow into more love moves in a separative, splitting and egocentric direction.
There is always growth, no matter in which direction we want to evolve. The universe is a completely free playground.
Our free will is indeed above everything, even if many of our decisions in everyday life happen because of our inner programming or are controlled by our physical, emotional or spiritual addictions.
However, no matter how controlled and numbed we may go through our lives. We always have a choice, no matter where we are, no matter how good or bad we are and no matter what the current situation may be:
Is our inner plant of consciousness growing further towards love?
Or does it grow in another direction, into the realm of non-love?
So simple and at the same time so fundamental. This question is truly life-changing, and that it is in every single moment of our lives.
When we choose non-love, we are actively choosing not to grow towards love. It is a conscious choice, the most important since we were given the possibility of free will in our evolution of consciousness.
With love we decide for our personal universe. We connect.
With non-love we decide against our personal universe. We separate and divide.
Love is the sacred lifeblood of the world(s). Love sprouts in the most beautiful meadow flowers and the most inconspicuous weeds. It throbs in the heart of the wolf and shows itself in the flutter of a butterfly’s wings. It brings forth life, in ever new and more diverse ways. Love is the unifying element, the metaphysical glue that holds everything together.
It exists, the path apart from love. The universe is so free that this possibility will always remain for us, accessible at all times.
Away from love we kindle our own hellfire, for the universe in its mercy of constant reflection knows no mercy. The further we grow towards non-love, the hotter it gets.
If we decide for non-love, then it is a downright plunging development, into the dangerous maelstrom of negative emotions, whether we are aware of them or not, does not matter. After a while, there is hardly any escape from this slipstream!
We then see the reversal of growing. It is a falling down, deeper and deeper. The ego succumbs to its own intoxication, whether it clings to its own fear, anger, hatred or greed as it falls.
The worst thing about falling down is that we no longer see the possibility of love. We feel powerless to succumb to our ego-driven feelings and think we no longer have the power of decision or the will to love…
We fall deeper. And although in our personal film of consciousness, which we call waking life, there are many symbolic lifelines of the universe within reach: We cannot see them. Or we don’t want to see them. So we cannot grasp them either.
We continue to fall…
But we always make a decision. At any time. In this second of our lives, and also in the next. We make this decision again and again for all eternity in this wonderful, magical moment we call NOW.
Love. Or non-love.
Love is always also a letting go. Letting go of fears. Letting go of anger and resentment, of addiction and pride and greed.
In return for our letting go, love gives us new opportunities for development that remain closed to those who would rather “grow” in the realms of non-love. These gates remain closed until we decide for love on our own.
The 21 life values show us the way to love, as they stem from the assigned basic qualities of our seven main chakras. If we follow these 21 values, we also cleanse and strengthen our subtle Kundalini windmills (chakras).
Theoretically, all the energetic chakra lamps of our astral body could shine and glow, but instead they have become pale and inert in many people of our “modern” times because they keep choosing non-love.
If we open ourselves to love, then the higher values gradually develop within us as if by themselves. We feel a new inspiration to grow. Even if every growth always involves letting go and accepting.
What would you like at this moment?
Love or non-love?
You are free to decide.
* Others say: Light and darkness. But darkness has nothing to do with the absence of love, which is why I personally have decided to stop using this word as a linguistic symbol for negative things. Darkness is something of its own, sacred, from which everything is born. More about this in my book: Multidimensional Evolution. Energetic shadow work and dark retreat (not yet translated).