What should we talk about today?
Universe: “I love you”. You say that more to your cats than the people around you.
May: I know right?! Why is it so hard for people to say “I love you”?
U: Because it makes them feel vulnerable. They are really fearing that people won’t love them back, stemming from the times from childhood and beyond (past, future, and parallel lives), where they wanted love but did not receive love in the way they wanted.
To be here (on earth) to some is the same as separating from the eternal love or the place where eternal love used to be.
From the time of “perceived” separation from the place of eternal love, we are trying to get back to that place of eternal love.
People do all kinds of things to achieve that sense of unconditional love and bliss. Some take drugs, some engage themselves in dangerous activities…some seek unrealistic expectation in relationships – trying to dictate what love should be.
In the realm of Spirit, which every individual is capable of accessing, there are no limits to time and space. You can be at one place and then “be” instantly in another space. You are omnipresent. You won’t need to go anywhere. You are everywhere and henceforth, you are always and already in the place of eternal love.
If you knew this, you no longer need to seek love from others. You already have all the love you need and more. You shall have unlimited love to give without expectations.
It is easier to say, “I love you” to your cats because you can restrict their movements by holding them and making sure that they don’t go anywhere. You know they cannot say, “I love you” back, so there is no expectation of how a cat should behave when you profess your love to it.
But with other humans, it is different, people don’t always respond in ways you expect them to and therefore, there is the possibility of feeling vulnerable…and seemingly abandoned if the response you get from the ones you love was not what you expected it to be. If you can draw love from the place of eternal love, then you would be able to say “I love you”, whenever and wherever without worrying about not receiving certain types of expected responses.