One of the things I learned with him is that love is not always what we think it is. There are actually 800 definitions of love in the world. So I will start with my own definition of love… Mmmm, I’d rather explain what love is not to me:
Love is not disrespect. Love is not giving material things to compensate for that same disrespect. Love is not working long hours and then throwing it in my face that that is love. Love is not verbal abuse. Love is not physical abuse either. Ok enough of that!
I think love has no complications, it is simple. My way of loving Dain is simply through gratitude.
Dain thrives. He shines everywhere he goes. He was able to change my life through simple videos and a conference call I attended to clear money issues. He is so cool that he posts videos to watch for free! Without the clearings and tools I learned from the videos, I would not have been able to get money for the conference call.
He, as many others, reached rock bottom in his life, to the point of wanting to commit suicide. Hopefully he gave himself some time to figure out a way to change this decision.
We all know that when we reach rock bottom is when we most turn to the Divine looking for salvation which in reality means you are looking for the Truth. You then ask, “What else is possible?” So at that point, the question moves some quantum particulates in your universe that makes your life change.
So if we would not have chosen the life we chose, we would not be looking to be happier. The good news is that if you are still reading this post you are actually more awake than millions of people on earth!
We picked our parents, yes, and after that, we also picked our life. Why? To take us to the extreme and finally look for the light after so much darkness.
What church and society tells us is that we have to look for the “supposed” light that will makes us happy. We look in books, in churches and in masters. Yes, they all tell us how things are, and a lot of them tell us that God is inside of us. But indeed they still tell us to look for it, everywhere.
Dain Heer showed me how powerful I was. He gave me tools to use in any case scenario. He showed me that I can be that great person, all by myself, at any time, without needing Dain or anybody next to me. He showed me that in my willingness to be at ease lies my strength. Willingness to use the tools every second of my life, willingness to be aware of my life and ready to ask the question needed for the Universe to help me. The best of all is that Dain empowered me! Never put himself higher than all of us but instead, sat me on the same pedestal we all put him on.
The light is really inside of us, all around us, it is us, and that is what makes it so hard to get there. We are looking for the golden key to get into the divine enlightened room and in our darkness we do not perceive that we are IN the room already!!!!!
We are here, we are there, and we are that beautiful being already. We just have to accept it and be our divinity.
The room analogy is too little for what we are, but it is a good way to describe it. We are so huge and that is the truth. Our bodies, all of earth the chairs the trees, the people, they are all inside of us.
That is how big we are! That is our true self, that is Who I am! I, being me, you and all of us.
I always knew all of this but Dane showed me how to be it and best of all, he showed me how to facilitate other people to be it.
I am grateful to you for giving me the opportunity to post this, which comes from the deepest part of my heart to all of you. All of you that are me, many kinds of me, but ME.