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Everything Is Energy

on November 25, 2010



Have you ever considered the purpose of your body?   If we are energy, then why do we have a body anyway?  Why not exist as balls of light or waves of sound or particles of dust?  The inspiration I have received today is about the human experience and our bodies. 

Yes, the body is how we experience the world.  Without it we could not see, feel, taste, smell or hear.  And in order for the body to work it must have fuel.  The things we eat are our fuel and the body’s job is to convert one physical form (food) to another (energy for the body).  Basically the body digests foods, i.e. breaks it down into parts one stage at a time and then processes or converts this to energy which our body uses to function in this world. 

The human body is a sensory organ, energy converter, transportation device, and statement of the energy that makes up your being.  The body is not who you are, however it is how you express who you are.  How you treat your body shows your level of Love because it all comes from within the Heart center. 

On this day of thanksgiving, consider the miracle of who you are!  The beauty surrounds us and runs through us, as us!  Let us be united in this awareness of the grand miracle, Life.  Blessings to you and yours this Holiday season♥

Sequoia Elisabeth 🙂

Unity in Gender Diversity

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4 responses to “Everything Is Energy

  1. Without experience in the world, our souls cannot be enriched. Ever notice the micro- and macrocosms, how they are similar despite their differences? Take the human body, composed of various types of specialized cells. These are living organisms. Could humans, or our souls at least, not be seen as the “cells” of a greater being? Macrocosm: planets, stars, nebulae. Could not these also be seen as part of a larger being than we? Thought is energy, positive or negative, just as is the food that nourishes us. I like this post, good job.

  2. I saved this one and finally got to read it today! Well said. I am going to quote you on facebook. It is such an important message; to begin with loving self!!

  3. Bonnie York says:

    Beautifully put. And thank you for being a shining light in the sometimes unenlightened world.

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