I am an extrovert- let’s get that straight – so, I can talk to almost anyone. I enjoy finding out details about people. I enjoy the small exchanges between others and myself. I would have to say though, in the past, I spoke more than I listened.
Through my meditation, yoga work and spiritual readings I have been working on being quiet more. I am a person who easily talks aloud, says things without thinking and can tell the wrong people too much information about myself. My role as a teacher supports this talking and others constantly listening to what I say. My ego is filled to the brim after a day at work! Working on being quiet has taken many years.
Back at the party, I sat with some people I thought I knew and realized after listening that I never really knew them all that well. I found out information that would have been helpful to me years ago but I was not ready to listen. I truly believe that this was a set-up. The Universe had set me up, again. It brought these messages to me in the form of two human beings. The messages were of the Divine. And maybe the Universe had tried to give me these messages before but I was not listening.
How can we be quieter inside and out? That is the question I pose today. How can we truly listen to one another and hear the powerful voice of the Universe? Each of us are just messengers designed to carry powerful, needed messages to move one another along. What message might you have missed by not fully being present? Of course, it will come up again because that is how this all shakes out. As humans we enter into this play with many scenes, some scenes repeat themselves maybe with different players but with the same moral lesson until the play comes to an end and maybe, just maybe in some of the scenes we have found resolution.
My hope for you today is that you can find resolution to some of your scenes through listening. Listen and be open to the people or circumstances that you encounter today. What messages do they bring? How might they be bringing you closer to the new scene? To peace.