These learned behaviors of fear, anxiety, doubt, stress, anger, guilt, shame, low self esteem, ego, competition, neediness, and control, are not the true nature of our Spiritual Beingness.
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Remember watching a child when first able to open a wrapped present. With no preconceived idea, hopefulness or concern for what might be in the package.
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Living in the moment, the possible package content or end result is not important. An infant’s joy is in the action and activity of unwrapping.
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Colors of the paper, the textures, and sounds of the wrapping tearing open is where the infant is immersed.
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An experience of joy in tape sticking to fingers or to the dog while making an endless mess. There is great wonderment in figuring out how to open the package.
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It’s about the joy, laughter and high energy surrounding them in the room.
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Infants may even become uninterested before the gift is fully opened. Not caring what might be in the box and simply enjoying every aspect of the process. That’s living in the moment.
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The colors, the mess, the paper, the sounds and feelings in the moment was much more fun and interesting than what an adult may have put inside the box because they thought the child needed or wanted it.
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As an infant and child, we live purely in every divine moment.
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“You’re Already in Heaven”
Chapter 4 page 192
copyright May 2010
Dr. Robin L. Futoran
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Photography by Dr. Futoran
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