“My mouth speaks wisdom; my heart’s meditation is full of insight.”Psalm 49:3
I am the temple of the Christ, and it houses my soul. I believe each of us has access to go within, into our inner temple, and inquire of our soul for all wisdom.
Within our temple is the throne of our soul, where I believe we are drawn into perfect love. I have also experienced it as a place where we can find all things new and beautiful, just waiting for us to create them to express our authentic divine self.
I ran across a quote by Rev. Jacquie Fernandez, a regular contributor to Unity Magazine, where she was giving an enlightening interpretation of the verse in Revelation where we see Christ on the throne declaring, “See, I am making all things new.” She had this to say about how that verse is also an invitation to us to make all things new:
“Jesus is telling us here that as we center our attention on the throne within the soul, which comprises the power arising through selfless love, purified life, and all the constructive forces of Spirit, we make all things new. The constructive forces of Spirit become the energetic material with which we can create new thoughts, expand our vision, inspire creativity, and manifest according to divine order revealed through us.”
Why wouldn’t we want to co-create with Spirit and harness our thought energy to inspire creativity and expand our vision? And to do it with such a personal and intimate partnership allows us to co-create with God, reach our full potential, and live out our divinity as sons and daughters.
When you meditate in your inner temple, your heart’s meditation is full of insight, according to Psalm 49:3. It’s a place you can go to receive the wisdom and insight of your soul. Why go outside yourself and ask someone else for wisdom when you can go directly to the source of all things new?
The more time you spend with your soul, you will find yourself aligning closer to your divine self-expression, and you will begin to embody that wisdom. You will begin to effortlessly flow with abundance and grace.