Dr. Tae Yun Kim writes, “When you recognize or experience the truth about yourself, you automatically feel love, because love is a quality of your true consciousness and true ideas.”
I can relate to this – there have been plenty of times when I’ve tried to force something to happen in my life, and it just doesn’t feel right. Maybe it’s a car I want to purchase – I’m excited, but there’s an underlying feeling that something is off. I call that not recognizing the truth, because these feelings that seem off, are trying to tell me that I’m not taking the right actions.
Contrast that to doing something that makes me feel good and I feel the qualities of love. When I know I’m doing the right there, there’s an underlying feeling of love, almost like a confirmation.
However, all this, I usually figure out way after the fact. It’s certainly not real-time for me, but I’m striving to be quieter and not have such a busy mind so that I can hear my “sixth sense” or my “silent master”, as Dr. Tae Yun Kim refers to it as.
Find the original on Tae Yun Kim’s official website.