For a long time, I didn’t understand what it meant to be the “chosen ones” of God. Many religions speak about being the chosen people of God, but I have found that God does not choose this, we do. When we chose a path of truth about ourselves, heal the wounds of our past, find the path of light and life through positive energy, and live the life through unconditional love and compassion, we become the “chosen ones.” We must want this with every ounce of our being, and persevere even when we believe we cannot go forward.
Our paths then are full of synchronicity, we live in peace, people see our lives as being blessed, and we live as if flowing effortlessly down a calm river. All of these blessings are through the hard work of letting go of ego’s control, facing the ugliness of our own truth, healing our painful emotional past, and finding our way to light, and unconditional love. We go through so much darkness before we find that light within all of us. In every religion, the scriptures speak about the struggles involved, and only after these struggles or awakening are we rewarded with enlightenment.
Recently, I realize that the calling of those of us who are Kundalini active is to serve as catalysts for others. Our role is to help catalyze change in others, but their change is done by them not by us. Someone recently said that I am a leader in the community, and I said, “no, I am a catalyst, not a leader.” Catalysts do not become part of the change, we need to move onto others who seek this change. If others do not wish to change, then we must move past them onto others who do. As catalysts, their ultimate change must come from them as we merely inspire, encourage, and point them in the right direction. May you find your path as the “chosen ones.” (Copyright 2014 Kundalini Spirit wiht All Rights Reserved)