Albert Einstein has just provided me with the first discussion I’ve seen of what I’ve been doing either intuitively or with guidance. And that is breathing love up from my heart and out to the world.
“When you are inhaling, you are bringing in life force; you are literally claiming and ingesting into your very core the energy of that Divine Pattern of Love, of the Mother. …
“But you cannot inhale without also inhaling the Divine Pattern of the Mother. So even with the mayhem, the chaos, the dissonance, the resistance, the reluctance, you have all been inhaling the Divine Mother. …
“When you exhale, … that energy has merged and conjoined with your sacred self, In the exhale is the blended expression of the creation that you bring forth of you with the pattern of the Mother into the reality that you exist in. And it is certainly no longer that old third.
“Now, when you exhale, you exhale not only into the renewed third dimension of physicality. You are exhaling to the fullness of your planet, of your Universe, of the galaxies, of the Multiverse, of the Omniverse, but you are also exhaling your expression of Divinity.
“And in that, you are sending the Mother/Father’s Love out throughout, but you are also sending yours. In the exhale, you are sharing the essence of who you are all over this planet.
“So yes, Suzanne [Maresca], you are correct when you say that when you exhale or send, that it reaches all corners and has magnificent effect.” (1)
Albert is looking at things from the standpoint of the impact of our breath on the universe. I look at things from the standpoint of its impact on myself and those I send love to. Same subject; different perspective.
I’m amazed to read his account.
Both of us gravitate toward the view of sending love out. From my perspective, it’s because of the fact that love must flow. I haven’t found Albert’s discussion of that yet.
Breathing is one immediate way we experience the Mother’s pattern of creation, preservation, and transformation. It’s also a way we experience the Mother’s pattern of love.
Since it’s love that creates, preserves, and transforms, both of them could be said to be the Mother’s pattern for the universe.
(1) “Albert Einstein: The Patterning of the Universe – Part 2/2 (Repost),”