“Where there is love, there is no question.” ~ Yogi Bhajan
When I first encountered Yogi Bhajan’s quote, “Where there is love, there is no question,” I was filled with confusion. Sometimes I would doubt my relationship, for example, and ask myself, “Does this mean what I have isn’t love?” After a long while of sitting with this quote, it opened up for me and I realized something. Questioning something doesn’t mean that it isn’t love at its core. Questioning something means that one isn’t putting their love into the thought itself. By rephrasing the question into “I love this person, why am I having doubts?” I was able to see that I had fallen into the illusion of separation between my partner and I. I wasn’t loving myself enough to feel solid love for another, and so I began the process of reawakening to my own self-love, which in turn allowed my relationship to flourish and become better than ever.
If you doubt yourself and think you aren’t good enough for your dreams, it’s not that you don’t have the passion and the fire that it takes. It’s not that you don’t love something else enough; it’s that you aren’t loving you enough. You may ask, “Why do I do these meditations for love and then fall back into a pattern of doubt?” Where there is love, there is no question. Love yourself enough to allow yourself to be in process. You may go in and out of awakened consciousness on this path, but you are not doing anything wrong. Fill all your questions with love, and watch love become all you can see.
I’ve practiced this meditation before, to better understand my name, and for what process the meditation creates, but never before with a large group of people from around the world. It’s quite beautiful, and feels like my heart and being are being supported in a special way…… as if there are wings beginning move and flap around it, along with clouds moving closer, and a palette of emotions……kind like a rainstorm coming. Change and processing is good……but can be cathartic. Ah, Mother Nature…She can affect the Inner nature; asking you to stretch beyond what you could possibly ever do or think you could do. ~Sat Kartar