tapping into divine openings everywhere?
I have a quick question:
I am having divine openings everywhere (in walks in nature, sitting on the couch, listening to an audio, reading the text in level 1, etc.). I am not directly intending to have them (or am i?) but they show up anyway. I intentionally do one divine opening a week, but then all these others show up in meditation (just breathing for pleasure) or listening to Deva Premal, or other wonderful music & chants, or.. you know.. everywhere. Are these also divine openings, or some other way of tapping in, and is there really a difference?
So my mind did a little wrong seeking action and told me that this is bad news because I should only be doing one a week.
Truth is, I feel great and wonderful and the nose is tipped up, but I wonder, should I take it easier on the course? I mean I'm fully immersing myself in it because it just feels SO good, but maybe I should live a little more of my life instead? Then again, my day always goes much smoother when I spent a few minutes immersing myself in these vibrations again. I'm almost done reading the book by the way. I've taken it slow over the past few months, and diverted to seeking for three weeks, only to realize I do not want that, so now I'm back more fully with DO.
How do you know when the energy from a divine opening is flowing smoothly and things are integrated?
I think I'm trying just a little too hard here still..
I'm just getting to know my instrument panel very well right now and starting to surf the emotions. Big emotional waves have been coming and going, and I love them! In some instances I have dived in fully, in other places I feel there is still resistance, but I'm softening and opening up to it, diving in more soon. I pretty much dive in every day now. Is that too much? :P I love it. It doesn't bring me down at all. I just do it on my bus ride to work, or on my bicycle, it's like a daily ritual for my commute to work.
Oh well, just rambling. I'm not in need of much help, just some insight and affirmation. And I needed a place to ramble.. :-)
Thank you for reading and perhaps responding!