Why is it that when it comes to worship we tend to put so much focus on those parts of our bodies that are usually covered up by the fig leaf? If we are going to make worship with another and truly worship their body as "a temple," then the entire body and soul should be our wonderland. In worship, there should not be one place upon the body that the lips are not afraid to cover with kisses, nor one corner of the spirit, too shy to illuminate with love~
What does an IP address or telephone number have to do with your soul? Your soul, just like a telephone number or an Internet IP address, has its own unique identifier assigned to you at the moment of creation... and it is in the light spectrum, FREQUENCY SPECIFIC!
Did you know that Twin Flames commonly report an almost "electrical" charge or exchange of energy between themselves? The reason is LIKE-FREQUENCY! Have you ever noticed that Soulmates or Divine Complements often report that when they connect they cause disturbances with cell phones, lights, Internet connections and even, on occasion... fire alarms? Frequency! Your frequency or exchange of energy will disrupt the frequencies of anything requiring...(drum roll) frequency! Have you ever noticed that when you are online or even in the grocery store and someone, for some reason, makes you feel repulsed and you cannot logically explain why? Frequency! While we are all indeed connected, the frequency of the person that is repulsing you is just operating at a frequency that is on the other side of the spectrum that you are operating at. They cannot help it because this is the one they were given at the moment of creation. Besides...they probably feel the same way about you, as you do about them! But they too have another like frequency out there. And that frequency they will only find in their Divine Complement.
The following sayings, words of wisdom and teachings were written between 2009 and 2015 under either my name or my pen name, Protilius who is also the protagonist in the epic poem, Sophia.
Copyright © 2015 by Brendan Flanagan