Being of Service

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What does it really mean to be of service? Most view service as volunteering somewhere or even offering your time to help someone just because they are seen needing it. In true reality, service can be both of these things depending on where your heart has placed intention. But overall service is service to love. Recognizing that within the one, any service to another is service to yourself. For all we are is love. It is being proactive, being of assistance to your brothers and sisters simply because you are blessed with the vessel to do so.

Service work is meditation, it is the intention, and it is transformation. It is meditation in the way that you clear your mind and find the flow of being in joy, and what other creative ways you can perform the task at hand. It is the intention in the way that you move the energy you’re working with. If you are digging a hole or gardening, are you perceiving it as work, dreadful? Or does every scoop or plant buried become a step for love, a piece of creation falling into place perfectly, divinely? It is the transformation in that you are creating, transforming a soul, plot of land, or yourself into a beautiful and grander creation. It can also be a transformation of density. Envisioning each movement of service as density leaving and making room for pure love light to enter.

Humanity being the single entity that it is, service to the whole is actually mandatory to maintain the health and unity of the one. So whether you are moving a single rock from point A to point B or running a food drive for thousands, if your intention is with love and you bring in your divine intelligence it will be benefiting the one all the same. Always push forward with love for humanity and your service can never go wrong. Even your very breathe cycle intended with love and light is of service to Oneness,  for you love yourself enough to breathe and transform that energy into love in action.

 

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