Many human beings tend to spend a lifetime searching for their soul wholeness, a very legitimate desire I would say! The question is, “does the search ever end?” Or even better, “is there a search at all?”
What if wholeness is a never-ending dance attainable one day and disappearing the next?
What if wholeness feels like a gentle breeze one day and like a tsunami of pure joy the next?
What if there isn’t a need for one soulmate; rather as many soul-friends or HOMES as we may interact with that specific day?
Most importantly, what if reaching wholeness is not even a crucial quest as long as we do our part and keep our hearts open to receive what the Universe has to generously offer?
It seems to me there is a fine line between interdependency and wholeness:
While interdependency is our responsibility reachable through breaking free from the grip of our conditioning and reconnecting with the servant leader in us who does not depend on anyone to live by the universal principles and nurture the spiritual dimension daily, wholeness involves others’ responsibility that we may not control!
How come, one may ask?
Appealingly, as spiritual beings living in the physical realm, we need to provide for ourselves and those who depend on us (physical dimension). Thus, we require others to pay us fairly for our contributions to the world.
Moreover, we may be the most knowledgeable, teachable, and curious individual (mental dimension), but if there is no one receiving our offering and using our mind creatively, then our potential wouldn’t make much difference in the world.
We also need healthy relationships (emotional dimension); that is the participation of other emotionally healthy folks who have a clear sense of the self and know that trust (the foundation and fuel of relationships) is deserved, built and that it takes two to dance!
So, shall we dance as much time as our soul would be granted in this body and not care about wholeness?
Author’s Note: All of the above was inspired by the magical poem below, authored by Paula Goodman:
My soul needs your soul…
To be #Whole”
Nurtured with another #soul
A person, #human, a physical role
If #we are #born to search and find
When did true #love become blind
How to search beyond ourselves
A soul, a mate; a soulmate found
Brings one to even higher grounds
If you find the search is over
Love in your soul has found its #partner
Give their souls the love to find this
A soul belongs to the #universe
Be good to your soul while on #earth