Spirituality Information

The Greatest Gift


The greatest gift you can give me, is to acknowledge me.

Roy? On your planet researchers asked married women with children what was the one thing that they wanted most of all? A resounding reply was that they wanted to hear the sound of their own name.

For years women at home have been called everything from Hon, sweetheart, mom, mommy, grandma and hundreds of other endearing names. But what they do not hear is their given names. They have lost identity with who they really are and it is often a shock and a huge serotonin rush when their names are called out. Women at home often become invisible and they long to be recognized as persons with names. A soul longs to be recognized as being alive, that is the true purpose for it being in the physical world, to experience being alive physically.

People very quickly reply to their own names because it is recognition that they are alive and it summons them to that experience. When you call out my name you bring me into your world, you give life to the lifeless, to that which you cannot see, hear, feel, taste or touch.

Roy, you call me Joseth because you do not like the word "God," and that is OK with me. I am called many things. What I am really is "life," I am that energy which gives you life. You could call me life and that would be OK with me, I do not have any preferences. Life is always changing, so I am always changing because life is what I am. What you would call Joseth or God is not the same from minute to minute. You could call me "God that always changes," and that would be accurate or you could call me "that which is." About as close as you could get would be to call me life. The name is meaningless to me and it is a human convention, but it most accurately describes who I am in human terms.

You and the others in the physical universe were given "egos," and names to give the illusion of being separated from me and each other. In fact you are me trying to define me from a physical perspective. The one and only thing that I desire is to experience myself, I want to be recognized and I want to experience what "all that is," is!

Humanity projects their human attributes on me, and this has important significance for humans, but it does not describe who I really am. It describes who I am not, and in so doing I get closer to experiencing what I really am. I exist within this paradox, I am human yet I am not, I am me trying to experience me by trying not to be me.

God is who you say I am, but I am not really. You honour and glorify me when you recognize the me in you. When you know yourself as me then you give me life and purpose through your life. Know that all that you see is me, all that you are is me, everything is me and there is nothing else and you will have honoured me, you will have recognized me for what I really am.

In human terms the loneliest feeling that one can experience is to believe that no one knows you are alive and the most hurtful thing is to be ignored.

The greatest honour you can give another is to recognize them as being alive, that is also the greatest honour you can give me, it is what I long for, and it is my only desire!

Roy E. Klienwachter is a resident of British Columbia, Canada. A student of NLP, ordained minister, New Age Light Worker and Teacher. Roy has written and published five books on New Age wisdom. Roy's books are thought provoking and designed to empower you to take responsibility for your life and what you create. His books and articles are written in the simplicity and eloquence of Zen wisdom.

You may not always agree with what he has to say. You will always come away with a new perspective and your thinking will never be the same.

Roy's style is honest and comes straight from the heart without all the metaphorical mumble jumble and BS.

Visit Roy at: http://www.klienwachter.com


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