“…how can it be, if first, you do not know
that you are in fact the Son of God”
[Serge Benhayon, Esoteric and Exoteric Philosophy –The Sayings, page 144].
I have been pondering the fact that I am the Son of God, and what that means for me in my life.
If I consider my life and how I live it –
How does that fit in with being the Son of God?
I can claim and fully claim to be a Son of God; and I know with every cell in my body to be this. What’s more, if I know this in my body, I can live it day to day, as it is in me and is mine to live. This does beg the question though…
Why then don’t I live this every moment of every day?
I know and feel that sometimes I don’t live that consistently, but I do realise that doesn’t change the fact of it being true.
I have also realised that we all know this too. As I walk through the town I live in, I can feel that everyone knows, but we all make choices to live that knowing or bury it. We may pretend we don’t know, or forget we do, but that doesn’t make our knowing go away!
Living in a way that allows me to connect to and listen to my body more and more, gives me a knowing that doesn’t come from the mind, from a book, or what someone has told me.
This knowing comes from my living the way I choose to do.
So who am I as the Son of God?
I know I am tender. I can feel tenderness as I walk with the gentle movement of my shoulders, the tender way I touch and relate with the world.
Being tender and being the Son of God feel the same.
There is a big-ness about it, It feels like it’s me and yet it’s far greater than me. This feeling is far greater than I have previously considered ‘my-self’ to be, as if my ‘self’ is a small part of something FAR greater.
If my body is the way I actually get to feel being the Son of God, then I will take care to honour the gentle tenderness and sensitivity of it – so I can connect to and feel my body more and more.
As the Son of God, I bring something unique to this planet through my expression.
I have a sense that my way of being and my style of interacting with the world affects everyone who lives in it, no matter where they are.
Like the ripples in a pond, what we do affects us all.
What I put into my mouth, what I allow in as my thoughts, and what I choose for my behaviour affects everyone else as well as me, as do others affect me. Yet we live in a world that tells us we can do and think what we like as it affects no one but us.
We all know it.
We are all the Sons of God – men, women and children – All.
I have tenderness residing in me – whether I pay attention to this or not, whether I over-ride it or not, so do we all.
The life we live as the Son of God affects us all,
we all know it.
By Ariana Ray
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