Reflecting between the LINES
By Lori Lines
When an individual has lived in accordance with his hearts desires for some time, he finally gets into contact with situations that assist in obtaining the alignment of the personality with the soul. It is at this time that his spiritual growth will progress, eventually becoming a fully realized human being.
A fully realized human being has come to a point in life where one has realized the fullness of his or her potential. Potential basically means application of one’s intelligence and skills, becoming creative but the type of potential which we talk about is not ordinary, it has everything to do with characteristics of a human being. It is all about the things which we possess and engage in regardless of whether we have been awakened or not, but it is only after we have been awakened that our full potential is realized. Anything before this is only a distorted expression.
Before we become awakened, our ability to love is distorted or ideally tainted and it is characterized with selfishness or self centeredness. In other words, we are in a relationship based on what we will get out of that arrangement. Our ability to love is based on a need. This is a lower-vibration of love. It is rooted in the duality of love and hate because it is attended by fear. Fear can be many things such as fear of those whom we love. We cling to love to avoid losing it. Another would be fear of not having enough money and therefore, we cling to someone based on this fear.
When a person awakens, love ceases to be jealous, love ceases to be fearful of losing anyone, and love given freely without expectation; it is no longer about affection. Fear that characterizes the pre reawakening period is no longer valid. The compassion we have for others is limitless, it is not strained by the thought of what we will get in return, it cannot diminish, and neither is it taxing on ones energy.
A fully realized person has the capacity for pleasure and fun, enjoys life more fully, has no fear of vulnerability, and enjoys the little things that life brings.
A fully realized person will still have human experiences such as turmoil, moments of sadness, misfortunes, disasters that strike... but the difference comes in with the coping approach of these things as well as life in general. A fully realized person has a better way of accepting whatever life brings along especially in dealing with misfortunes that may occur. Being awakened is friendly, the world will still be the same but a full realized person will present a softness to whatever the world brings. There is generally no room to blame the world for what comes as one learns to accept and surrender to that which one has no control, and one does not attempt to spin situations to their own advantage.
A fully realized human being frees up so much energy that potentially would have been spent worrying and complaining. He or she embraces life and lives in the beloved world with no fear or worry, embracing people, accepting them the way they are and the way in which they live by loving unconditionally.
Being a fully realized human being brings about cessation of pain and suffering. One feels good, relieved and focused and sometimes they may spend some quiet time just staring into space just feeling their inner self. It is a time when one transforms to a being that is truly at peace with everything and one never sees others as a burden but rather as people who exist to compliment ones life.
A fully realized person knows who he or she is, is happy and radiates inner confidence. The person knows what they want, knows what they good at, and they are aware of their own strengths and weakness. To this kind of a person, life makes sense with very few no contradictions.
Full realization brings a balance in life, happiness and excitement. One leads a kind of life where challenges are sought, where there is no fear in expressing opinions but also considers others in whatever they say or do.
Becoming a fully realized person involves knowing what you want in life and pursue it, it involves knowing who you are and what makes you happy, realizing that loving is unconditional and other people in life have a purpose and always avoids standing between people and their passion for success. To become fully realized involves seeking full potential; seeing the world from a different lens. It is the kind of life that brings a difference in greater whole. We all have the opportunity to become fully realized, we not only become better people but also make the world around us more comfortable by the company we attract
© Lori Lines, 2016. All Rights Reserved.
Author Lori Lines
This blog represents messages through and from Lori Lines.