© 2016 by WebZenetics

Be a SociaLight and  Follow Us:

  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Instagram Icon
  • White YouTube Icon
  • White Pinterest Icon
  • Rand Swift

ZENITH KALEO - Divine Calling: Digging Deep

Updated: Jul 20, 2019

The significance of finding one's calling, or as we refer to it from the Greek language, the 'kaleo' of your unique creation, is so important to the person and their own harmony with Life, that it is well worth the time and energy involved in digging deep to find that solid foundation from which to begin constructing a life that has in every nail, every board and every trim piece the essence of God's love for you.

God is Love (see 1st John 4;8 & 16).

Love is an undying, never ending, burning flame of passion that always holds the most complete and highest good as the impetus of everything in reference to its object.

I can say this with all confidence, that you were made to bask in the love God has for you. It is the anticipation and the actual experience of His love you and I should wake to every morning.

It is in the harmony of our discovery of that love, and specifically the uniqueness of you within the creation, that we then begin to experience the practical outworking of that love as a conduit of expression of its splendor into the world surrounding us.

Enter into this scene Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

Jesus is a visible model of the outbound possibilities that exist as people come into properly polarized union with God the Father/Origin/Creator/Axis/Fountainhead of all existence.

Love (God) made all things for the purpose of love. In the cosmos it is meant to compound.

Jesus spoke of foundations. He talked about two ways that people can build their lives and here is what he said;

"Why do you call me, 'Master Craftsman, Master Craftsman,' and yet you do not follow the blueprints and instructions that I am giving you?

As for everyone who comes to me and hears my words and builds according to them, I will show you what they are like.

They are like a man building a house, who first digs down deep and lays the foundation on solid rock. When a flood came, the torrent struck that house but could not shake it, because it was so solidly built.

But the one who hears my words and does not put them into practice is like a man who built a house on the ground without a foundation. The moment the torrent struck that house, it collapsed and its destruction was total." (Luke 6:46-49)

The foundation determines the outcome. The point from which one begins to build and the nature of that point of origin determines what happens during periods of contrary circumstances and external pressures.

A solid beginning means a solid ending.

This is what we are talking about when we are talking about having clarity regarding our eternally rooted purpose. There is eternal and there is temporal.

If I construct on temporary I can only anticipate temporary. If, however, I build on something eternal, I can anticipate the creation of things that never go away or dissipate in value.

Love...we could say...is long.

What kind of non-essential materials are covering the rock of your eternal purpose?

It is completely up to you whether or not you want to dig deep into your own spirit to find that eternal basis which has always been there, yet buried and obscured by 'surface matter.'

In the first phase of The Kaleo Method of Success we start the digging process.

Because God is not bound by time we know He is just as existent right now in our past as He is right now in our present and is right now in our future.

The first 'dig' is into the presence of the past to begin to understand the markers that have lit the path, or tried to light the path in the past.

This is where we touch that statement Jesus, the Master Craftsman made to his apprentices when he said;

"Listen very carefully to what I say unto you now, 'Unless you return and go back again, becoming as little children, you will not be able to enter into the powers, wonders and grand inheritance of the kingdom of heaven." (Mat 18:3)

In the 'digging deep' phase you will be encouraged to break down your experience with the past into manageable segments (which we have an outline for) and think about the positives and negatives you experienced in that segment.

This is all part of the sorting process and finding 'markers'.

Sometimes it is helpful to dig into the stream of family history if you can to get a generational view as well, as there could be markers there also, but most important are the ones you identify with in your own experience.

God will be there because He is there to help guide.

He has, and has always had, your best interest in mind.

He is passionate about you.

Next Blog: Everything According To Its Kind

Rand - Growth Facilitator and Founder of Zenith Kaleo


#Zenith #Kaleo #VisionQuest #peopledevelopment #GrowthFacilitation #Facilitator #counselor #coach #coaching #KaleoMethod #HighCalling #PeakKnowledge #PeakPerformance #lifepurpose #wholeness #efficiency #excellence #createdpurpose #Craftsman #God #kaleo #success #call #called #purpose #GrowthFacilitator #synchronicity #harmony #harmonic #harmonicunion #successmethod #love #agape #nogap #create #Creator #creators #imageofGod #history #divinemarkers #genesispoint #spiritualgenesis