Never stop focusing on our embrace.
Yes, you will forget, get distracted, fall down, fail, and wander. I already know that. You already know that. But here’s the reality: as you continue to focus on our embrace of love, your love will gradually increase until it is so constant, so focused, and so burning hot that the gaps of forgetfulness will grow smaller until they are hardly noticeable to a casual observer.
But you will notice them, as will I, and you will feel the hell of separation acutely at those moments; the aridness; the loss. And that will be a good thing. It will mean that your senses are becoming heightened and acute and sharp. One second of separation will seem dreadful, as it should. But love will be immediately available, and our embrace will be fully engaged more and more quickly as you grow.
This is your destiny and, in fact, the destiny of every person.
Think of it like this: a person living in their physical body must always breathe to stay alive. Their heart must beat. The electrical synapses in their brain and body must fire and transmit signals. Everyone thinks that is normal. But they don’t yet know, or too often forget, that their connection with me, the indwelling God who embraces each of them, must be equally constant. More than any other system in their body. Faster than any other signal.
A life of no separation with God means that you can divide a second in half infinitely and find no unit of time where separation exists. That is where every human is headed. That is where you are headed.
People can hardly imagine it, but the key is that it is a communication of love. Love makes it all happen, and love is why it is attractive in the first place.
This message was received during a “Divine Writing Communion” session, described in the book The Mystical Love of God: Divine Writing Messages from the God Who Is Always with Us, available at https://mysticalloveofgod.com. ~ Peter Falkenberg Brown