SACRED DESIRE...or Knowing that You Are Already Whole
(Channeling #1 of 2 on this page)
live in a world of desire. Indeed, the physical world was created into being by the One’s desire
to experience itself. There is nothing wrong or bad or unhealthy about desire. What
is unhealthy is desire unbalanced with love and a sense of wholeness.
without love and a sense of innate wholeness leads to need, which is a way of saying or thinking you cannot be complete
without a certain thing. Sacred desire on the other hand, comes from a place of unconditional
love and the total knowing that you are already complete within yourself.
Desire is healthy when
it is coupled with joy and playfulness. Desire becomes unhealthy when it moves into the realm of
desperation and destituteness. Healthy desire comes when you know that you are already whole within
yourself, and are not striving to reach a certain thing in order to fill a void.
desire moves into the realm of desperation and scarcity, it becomes a need. To say that you need
something implies that you are lacking and incomplete in yourself. To say that you need something (rather
than you would like to have that certain thing) says that you feel you will not be OK without that certain thing.
Instead of thinking to yourself, “I really need this certain thing or I am going to
be in trouble”, try saying, “It would be fun to have this thing” or “I would really enjoying having
this experience.” Joy is a magnet for abundance, whereas “need” is a magnet for further
desperation and devastation.
Need is based on attachment
to certain results. Desire is non-attached and focuses more on the process. When you
allow yourself to feel a “need” for something, you are most certainly setting yourself up for pain, for there
is no object or experience on earth that can fill what is essentially a spiritual void.
when you choose to experience a desire, you are also choosing to acknowledge and experience your own completeness.
And when you acknowledge the completeness within, it will come forward to the world without.