I took the title from the song "Rock and Roll Heaven". I've been thinking a lot lately about life...and death...and struggles and what IS important and what isn't. I've realized that almost everything we worry and stress over is really just a transition to the next phase. Even death is just a transition to the next phase...Heaven and then life everlasting, whether you believe your soul gets reincarnated or you just live peacefully for eternity in heaven---we never truly die.
That being said, living can be hard enough. I see so many people that are so unhappy and so frustrated all the time. They are living in fear. And living in ego (ego being your earthly mind--- love being your higher self). I am not having as much patience as I probably should with people who just dont get it. After all, I'm a spiritual advisor and my job is to teach people about such things. However, God has been sending me lots of stubborn ones. These people hold a mirror up to my face and make me see how far I've come and how far I still have to go. They make me see how pissed off MY mentors must have gotten/still get with me when I just don't get it. When I see it so clearly and I tell people (who ASK me for guidance, I'm not randomly spewing advice to unwilling participants) what spirit shows me so clearly and they insist that they are either doing what I suggest already or they deny that they are doing it at all. So I nod and say alright. And to myself I say, I guess they're not ready for that challenge yet, but soon enough they will be. Or maybe not....maybe they will continue beating the dead horse or trying desperately to break down the wall in front of them instead of just walking around it. It's their path to find. We all have our own path to find and to walk.
My newest mission is to just let go. Let it all go. My issues, my kids issues, my family's issues ---just release it. It doesn't really matter. If you look back on your life have you overcome and gotten through everything that's come your way? Ummmm....yeah....you're still standing right? So, then what does it matter? Why worry? Why stress? It just makes life harder. I know you're thinking "but....but....I want THIS to happen and if THIS doesn't happen it will be the end of the world!" No....no it won't. Trust me. Life will go on. Will it be difficult at the time? Maybe. Will it FEEL like the world is coming to an end? Possibly. But guess what? It's just another day. Even the death that we all fear so much is simply a transition to the next great thing. Is it horrible for those remaining? Absolutely, but it's not the end of the world. You will get through it and maybe, if you're lucky and in tuned to your angels and God's voice and your intuition, someday you will figure out why. Why it had to happen that way. Maybe you will see that YOU caused it to happen that way, that it didn't have to BE so difficult, you were forcing something that wasn't meant to be. Maybe you will never hold the mirror up to you and see your part in anything, maybe you will continue to fight what's meant to be and your life will be a constant uphill battle. Either way, what's meant to be will always find a way despite you and your ego and your trying to control the outcome. So isn't it just easier to let it go? Whisper a prayer to God and say "Please let this turn out such and such a way, but if not YOUR will be done" and simply release it. Trust me....it gives such a sense of peace!
The Beatles song is on replay for me on such days where I can't just release it.....Paul McCartney was inspired by his Mother Mary who died when he was only 14. His mom came to him in a dream, speaking words of wisdom. So you see...even after death, we are never really gone from those we love.