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From Constriction To Universal Love

Written by: Shreesha Khare, Executive Contributor

Executive Contributors at Brainz Magazine are handpicked and invited to contribute because of their knowledge and valuable insight within their area of expertise.


When the clock strikes midnight, a new day begins, but there is still a tinge of darkness. Will you make love then, or will only light begin to dominate?

woman at the beach drawing heart on the sand

When midnight strikes, a new day begins, where darkness calls for the hour. Will you still accept me the way I am, or am I a mere object for you to love in the darkness so that you reject me when light steps in?

When midnight strikes and the next day has already begun with darkness ruling like a king and making you feel breathless, will you be able to make love to everyone around you?

When midnight arrives, darkness will sit on its throne, leading you to believe that the moon and sun fear each other, but their difference is nothing more than their acceptance of each other as they are, and they make love on eclipse day by coming so close to each other, which transform everything.

When the clock strikes twelve, a new day begins in darkness, with fear being pumped into your lungs like air (like air in balloons), increasing the constriction in your chest, which you refer to as caring love from another person.

When the clock strikes twelve o'clock, a new day begins with darkness as the witness of the hour, and you carry fear in your heart, increasing your human suffering in the name of "love."

Shadow of Constriction: A feeling of fear than Love

When we live life without consciousness, we work through ancestral thinking that makes us think, act, and behave in a certain way when it comes to "loving." We develop the habit of "loving" what our parents teach us, what we see in movies like Disney Princess, and what we read in romantic novels from a young age.

Movies feed you more with the constriction of fear than with love, where you are in your mind about the person you believe you "love," which is basically fear. Check your breath the next time you say you love something. Your breath pumps air into your mind, which makes you feel breathless, and your body, being highly awakened by your constriction, reacts in the form of a panic attack. You will be under the impression that you are feeling something in your heart, but actually, it is your mind and its flowing fearful thoughts that are reacting to your physical body.

Deep down, you are seething with conventional anxieties; welcome to the human race. Your mental knowledge is not everything; it is filled with ignorance, where doubt and worry take place, and it transforms into fear, which gives birth to anxiety, where we suppress not what is in our mind but what truly is in our heart. When we suppress our hearts, we create constriction in our chests, causing you to disintegrate with yourself and your surroundings, making you vulnerable to depression, anxiety, or any other disease as a physical manifestation.

The Universal Gift: Accepting love, which is a natural state of being.

"Love" requires knowledge plus an understanding; basically, it is a study that you have to do. How do you learn about plants before allowing them to take root in your home? It needs to be watered, fertilized, and nurtured with love and care. Whatever shape it is taking, you nurture it, care about it, and have faith that it will grow into what it was naturally made for. There is compassion and acceptance, and this can only occur when you truly breathe from your heart, because acceptance begins with the heart.

"Love" is an action in your beingness. In essence, you protect and nurture your plant from season to season. With all the breathlessness in the weather, your plant feels calm and relaxed. When you, as a higher form of species, breathe from your heart, you give birth to acceptance, which leads to transformation. How about just being yourself today as kind of check-in with your heart? Fill the air in your heart; it will bring consciousness to your being; otherwise, you will breathe into the unconscious realms.

I am not sure if you have heard a doctor say, "When a baby’s heart is not in rhythm, it means there is something serious." This nutrient, healer, and medicine are in your heart, where true awakening happens and you feel connected to everyone.

All human and non-human living beings are connected by breath; your constriction makes you feel separate from another. Love is the portal through which you are invited to treat the difficult wound in your heart as an experience rather than a problem.

As much as pain has intelligence, it also has a story, which helps you bring more awareness, and this love can only be experienced when you have been through all this. When you come out of your mind's "doingness" to your heart's "beingness,"

On this planet, everything has a life force, which breathes and weaves a web of connection with everything around you.

Love must first be born within you; only then can you truly connect heart to heart with others, and no matter who they are, what they are, how they are, or why they are, you simply accept them as THEY ARE.

However, you believe that "love" is as follows:

Love as an idea resides within you: "I love you"; "I love cooking"; "I love spending time with you"; "I love my pet"; "I love my job"; "I love that place"; "I love my parents"; and so on.

However, there was no "love" in its true sense; it was a thought and a doze for the chemicals in your body, whether they were oxytocin, dopamine, serotonin, or endorphins.

You believed that sex was the most important thing to make you feel everything in the name of love, but the actual feeling you were having while having sex was, "I hope my partner does not leave me"; "I hope my partner is not "using" me for their own fulfilment of needs."

Furthermore, if there is no sex, there is no love between the partners—a thought you have been carrying for ages, and only you know where the root lies. So, you see where the word "love" is here? All these things are coming from your mind, and your whole body suffers from the feeling of breathlessness.

You cry for the things you believe have "love" in them because you are afraid of losing control of them, whether they are humans, work, relationships, or life.

For ten years, my mind convinced me that I loved everything and the person who meant the world to me until I ran out of breath and realised that I had never even heard my heart's cry for acceptance of me first. I was living out of my natural state of rhythm.


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Shreesha Khare, Executive Contributor Brainz Magazine

Shreesha Khare is an author and an inspirational thought leader, aka a leading luminary. She is walking on the path of "Self-Illumination" to be more of her true self, share more of her personal experiences, and change the lives of others through her own journey of personal transformation. There is a deep internal desire in her to take all of what she has learned and help others along their path. She believes that suffering is the key to unlocking our greatest gifts. She is the Founder and Chief humanitarian Being at S&S Co-Space for Humanity, a boutique where you will be served with coaching and guidance of self-love and self-actualization, is like taking a journey into the inner cosmic world.



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