Giving Thanks

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.


I have been grateful for many different things throughout the course of my life, but there is nothing more humbling and ecstatic than change and the expansion of one’s own conscious limitations. Even when this entails a brand new perspective on consciousness and change itself. I am grateful for the ability to feel the LVX when I can, and I am grateful (although usually in retrospect) for the realization of how limited my own abilities are. I am grateful for having the chance to be grateful for things I would have resented in the past, and I am grateful for every second of life where I am aware of this potential to continue evolving in me.


All the power that ever was or will be is here now. The only thing we can do is keep learning and changing and not judge ourselves or others based off of what we think the truth is at any given time. This includes the truth that none can know the truth – whether or not one can, the “I” will likely never know, as the “I” is defined by its limitations in language to express the truth.


In the few months I’ve put up this blog and re-read some of my older posts, I have felt at times embarrassed, and other times surprised at my own writing. I have felt the “I” turn red in its cheeks, hide away, and attempt to manifest this energy by deleting posts and spiral down with shame, shutting down the entire blog.


And perhaps one day I will give in, but not today as I realize (or perhaps, re-remember) that growth is nothing to be ashamed of. I am grateful for the patience of others, and of God in dealing directly with my soul through the expansion of what little Understandings I have.


May we all be thankful for the good and the bad – let no difference be made! And may we rejoice in our efforts, sometimes failing and sometimes succeeding, but at all times transforming and knowing a little bit more about ourselves through each effort in our lives.


Love is the law, love under Will.
Soror N.O.

One thought on “Giving Thanks

  1. Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law.

    Had fun reading this, as I can seriously relate to it in terms of looking back on my own history in my journals. The vast majority of my journaling has been offline, reaching back to 1995 until the present, though I have typed up some of my previous years and saved them to disk for posterity. Needless to say, though, I can barely read some of my old entries, I cringe. lol. And then those which were more inspired I realize were not myself and bring me back again to remember this golden thread which subconsciously weaves itself throughout my life to reveal a picture which then reflects back to me why I am even here and what I’m supposed to be doing.

    It’s those little magical moments of inspiration where I am temporarily not my ego which reveal some grander configuration which is always communicating with us through the reflection of the world in which we are immersed. It’s not so much about the micro events or single reflections in themselves as much as it is the aggregate or composite of them all across the spans of time which reveal a higher dimension of our particular lessons.

    Love is the law, love under will.
    Frater A.I.

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