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Daily Meditation: Saturday, December 3, 2016

Face, Our - our thoughts and our feelings are etched on it

So many people carry within themselves thoughts and feelings that paralyze them, and even if they do their best to present an open, welcoming face, they are not able to do so. Everything remains frozen, they just cannot move their face muscles, cannot bring their features to life, and if they try to smile, all you see is a grimace. It shows that they have spent their life stagnating in the lower regions of the will, the heart and the intellect, and that no element from the soul or the spirit has ever visited them. In the Gospels it is said, ‘Unless you change and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.’ Why is this? Because children have an open expression; they laugh and smile, they are alive. So pay attention to your face! If you arrive at the gates of paradise with a closed expression, you will be told, ‘No, no, you can’t come in with a face like that. Here we only allow open expressions, like the faces of children.’ What do you think! There are guards at the gates of heaven, and when you present yourself there, they will look at the expression on your face. If your features are tense, if you are scowling, they will say, ‘No, turn back, you are not wanted here!’ You don’t believe me? Well, one day you will find out for yourself.

Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov

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