Unquestioning Service: The Angelic Example

unquestioningUnquestioning service? I’ve always had a ‘little’ issue with that. One that makes me smile when I think about it. Because I have often found it so hard to stay silent and get on with what I’ve been asked to do. I know I’ve already mentioned that I like to ask questions. But did I also explain that I also want to understand the point of it all?

I’m certain many people have found me hard work when I have crossed their paths. For me it’s always important to find out where what I am doing will fit. Especially about if it is going to make any difference. Because I don’t want to waste my time. I seem to have been born fed up with being here again and having to do all this life stuff. So when I was asked to do anything I would go into my ‘why’ dialogue. Even if I was debating it with myself. No wonder I procrastinated so much. Today I was chatting about the jobs I have done in my life. And I had a lightbulb moment. A flash of inspiration about unquestioning service that the Angels had been trying to show me.

They live in a realm where service is never questioned. They have no free will so follow the Divine Law and Plan to the letter. I used to feel sorry for them when I first understood this. After all wouldn’t free will offer so many more choices? The ArchAngels soon set me straight. They gave up their free will of their own choice. In fact the last choice they made was to serve unconditionally. Their unquestioning service is an act of loving trust. They understand that an overarching consciousness works within the Law and Plan to offer unconditional love, forgiveness, gratitude and service back to them. They recognise this unquestioning service as a state of grace. In other words, the will to have no will. And that is what I have been doing all weekend.

Synchronicity pulled me out of my original plans into something else entirely. I never asked why. I went and did what I was supposed to do. And there have been so many confirmations that it was unquestioning service that I managed to provide. I feel really fortunate to have been able to surrender my free will in this way. To be of service for a greater good. Although I do have to admit I’m not sure how consistently I could hold to this kind of service. My lesson for the next phase of my life perhaps?

Day 927 of my blogging challenge