Unconditional Love

  

We cannot unconditionally love one another if we impose conditions on ourselves. We cannot give what we don’t have. To love yourself unconditionally is a selfless act – the ego will never allow it. This quality of love doesn’t abide in the dualistic world of right or wrong, good or bad, worthy or unworthy. Unconditional love just is. It’s way beyond our concept of justice, goodness or sprirituality and far beyond blame or righteousness. We won’t be able to appreciate this love if we try to work it out, think about it or set some criteria for it. There is no key performance indicator, no yardstick to judge it by. Unconditional love is all around and within us – but often we find it hard to see. We can practice feeling it. We can practice being still enough to feel it’s vibration. It’s subtle but very powerful. It powers the universe. Sooner or later we will hear the still-small-voice and then we realise we were always love. 

Please feel free to like this post (or not!) and I would love to read and reply to any comments you may wish to leave – Andy

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About Andy

I'm a teacher and technician at Chelmsford College. I teach media, graphic art, ICT and design technology. I also teach mindfulness meditation. I'm a keen photographer and a graphic artist.

Posted on 11/04/2015, in Meditation, Mindfulness, Topics and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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