Claim Love


Life is short. Leave nothing unsaid. If you love someone, let them know. If you’re upset, let somebody know about it. Move through it, process it, transcend it. Don’t sublimate it, hide it.

Soul’s gotta be light as a feather and the only way to do that is to know thyself and be true to you. Claim your blessings and your destiny by opening yourself to the Cosmos, your highest path is open if you only choose that it is so instead of pushing it off into some alternate timeline by not claiming it in the Here and Now.

As I’ve said so many times before, Love is a multiversal power. Gravity and electromagnetism are beholden to its pervasive totality, it defies all attempts at definition and binding. So when you feel it, let it flow. When you know it, let others know in your words, your deeds. Let your eyes shine and the laughter pour forth from your lips, let cheer announce your arrival, let warm feelings remain after you’ve gone.

Don’t worry about how you are perceived. Don’t worry if people misunderstand or talk about you behind your back. Don’t worry if your Love is not accepted because an energetic output released into the world from the highest of spiritual spaces is an expression of divinity upon the physical plane.

That’s fearsome, to some people. Because it shows them what they are lacking. That they have no idea what real Love is. That perhaps the physical, sexual passion that they call love is not and that true Love is something altogether different. And that, perhaps, their inability to open up to what you have to offer is indicative of the presence of mental and astral blockages that prevent them from perceiving or understanding the purity and high vibration of higher, unconditional Love.

That is not your issue so don’t claim it. Claim Love. Share Love. Be Love.

Life is love. Love is God. And God is Life.

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3 Comments

  1. Synchronicity…. I had just been thinking those first words of your beautiful post. My son died last week and I’ve wanted to cry out to everyone to speak their love, and speak it NOW, before it’s too late. I know it’s not just a coincidence that you posted this today. Thank you, Rahkyt.

    1. I’m sorry it took me so long to respond, Betty, WordPress hasn’t been showing me my comments lately. I’m sorry to hear your news, blessings to you and your family in this difficult time.

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