Hearing and responding to the word of the divine within is absolutely a matter of trust.
Can we trust ourselves to recognize and speak wisdom?
Wisdom is not perfection.
Wisdom calls forward the divine within allowing the opportunity to give breath to wisdom’s form through words, breathing life into its meaning through story.
The living matrix breathes from the living intention bound intrinsically to the motion of the divine within.
What is it that gives us life?
Whatever word we use — Holy Spirit, divine vibration, Ki, Akasha — this flow of life is the core of wisdom and the core of essential being.
Like a fountain bubbling up from within, we can learn to be quiet enough in the daunting unknown to let Word emerge within us from a knowing greater than any human imagination.
Instead of drowning in the flow, we can trust ourselves to stay with the flow through commitment, witnessing its meaning, enlarging our awareness, uniting our human with our divine essence.
Good does not overcome evil; instead good unites with evil as known and unknown within the presence of the all-knowing.
Opposites within our limited perception, the essential cores of this duality are the same transcendent unity.
Wisdom knows that all is one and all are expressions of the One.
Word accesses, sounds the flow of the One.
Story is our ever-dynamic attempt to bring meaning and understanding to the flow of the One within.
Book unites Word and Story within the wisdom of the One.
Book is our process of coming to terms with both physical self and spiritual self.
The Library as source of wisdom is the place of purpose for the process of human understanding.
However, meaning is attributed, we are ever engaged in the eternal process of seeing the One in the All, within and without.
For a deep dive, begin with What is Spiritual Practice?