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Mastering True Love

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From a recent exchange Paul had with Cristi Jenkins (see www.cristijenkins.com) on Facebook, came a powerful understanding and awareness into the integration of emotional aspects. She posted inspiration regarding her understanding of two New Testament verses, “In my Father's house are many rooms…” (John 14:2 RSV), and the parable of the Prodigal son (Luke 15:11-32), which I deeply resonated with. The parable of the Prodigal son tells the story of a father who kills a fatted calf and celebrates when one of his sons whom he considered to be lost returned home. Jenkins likened her aspects to the Prodigal son and suggested that the father’s house actually refers to us, since we house within us the divine. The fact there are many rooms within the father’s house would indicate we have the capacity to hold every single one of our aspects within us. In other words, none of them gets left out. We are all big enough, and safe enough as well, to welcome home all the aspects we ever created, no matter what lifetime. 

In this episode of Mastering True Love Radio, Paul expounded on Jenkins' perspective, adding his own take, and discussed the Norwegian tragedy within the context of the mind’s role in remembering who we are, offering suggestions for how to get beyond the mind so you can stand in your own sovereignty without being usurped by your mind. Further, he played two of his recently recorded guitar jamms--lots of fun! This show is a must listen for anyone desiring to be free to be who you really are.

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