Walk the middle path.
There you will find peace.
Walk the middle path.
There you will find balance and equilibrium.
The middle path is the calm within the storm.
The peace that passes all understanding.
The middle path is a choice.
It is neither left nor right.
It is neither black nor white.
It is both left and right.
It is both black and white.
It is both and neither at the same time.
It is neither right nor wrong and yet both and neither
It is neither conservative nor liberal, yet both and neither.
The middle path does not take sides – it stays in the middle.
The middle path does not divide – it stays in the middle.
The middle path corrects itself when it goes off course – it aims for the middle.
The middle path takes the high road and soars above the mundane.
It can see with eyes of wisdom above the fray.
It knows it is only viewing appearances and acting on a stage.
It’s not easy staying in the middle of the path.
Anger can trip you.
Sadness can make you fall.
Opinions can make you stumble.
Hatred makes you stall.
The path takes perseverance and self-discipline.
Self-correction and self-analysis.
The middle path leads to your own magnificence.
The middle path is about balancing yourself.
It’s about reuniting the male and female within.
The male is your dominate side, the female the receptive. The male the logical, the female the intuitive. Without them both, you would be unbalanced. For what is logic without reason, or head without heart? What is courage without fearlessness? What is risk without caution? What is belief without faith? What is strength without tenderness?
To walk the middle path, you must be in the world but not of it.
An outsider looking in.
Neither on the stage nor in the audience – but off in the wings.
To walk the middle path, you cannot judge or objectify or categorize or label or characterize or differentiate.
To walk the middle path, you must allow all.
To walk the middle path, you must accept all.
The middle path leads to the exit of 3D life.
So, if you want to exit 3D life – walk the middle path.
Written by Melinda Siebold. I welcome the free sharing of my messages as long as they are not altered in any way, and this notice is included. To read more of my work, go to 144000.world