It is about midnight here. This just came in from Anne. She is bringing deep material now. This feels very true:
There is much written about the importance of centering. It is important, because real centering is finding one’s true self. Mostly, it is assumed that centering has something to do with the body. Finding an inner place that is the center of one’s being.
However, there is another center that it is possible to find. This center is outside of time. When we find it, we know at once who we are, but we also know another thing, a secret: there is no “self.’ This is an idea only. An illusion. What we call “myself” is really a part of the body. It’s the personality. This resides in the brain. It is not the soul and when we die, it disappears.
Our true presence is in the timeless center. This center is at once our purest essence, our core truth, and is also all essence, all truth.
In all the universe, there is only one being and yet, at the same time, there are trillions upon trillions of them. God is called alpha and omega, the beginning and the end. It is the all that is also one, the “I am.”
I am is the center. To find it, we must approach it on a path that is not a path, because it is everywhere. In the center, one feels the most perfect, complete and absolutely true sense of self that it is possible to feel. I am, outside of time, outside of space, containing all that is.
This is the center we seek, the center that is everywhere and at the same time the purest, truest and most complete inner core of every single one of us.