“May what I do flow from me like a river, no forcing and no holding back, the way it is with children.” Rainer M. Rilke
How many times a day do you happen to use the word ‘problem‘?
And how do you feel every time you use it?
Have you also felt stomach upset that makes you feel uncomfortable, or the heart that starts beating hard at the idea of having another problem to solve?
Cold sweat, inner tremor, sometimes a fire flare up inside?
Each has its own way of perceiving the sensations related to the word problem whose current meaning is, in the common sense according to the dictionary:
* a “question of a certain importance and difficulty”
* or a “controversial question that can give rise to different solutions: philosophical, etymological, moral problem”, or even
* a “difficult case to face and solve: the problems of young people, racial and social problems”.
In essence, we have accepted to attribute to this word the heaviest possible meaning, that of the lowest vibratory frequency and which has led us to the field of suffering, separation, tribulation.
Think about it a moment how much the word problem is associated with effort, fatigue or stress?
Words are very powerful and have an impact on our entire physiology as well as on the emotional part.
What are the words?
They are the densest energy expression of ideas or information, the raw material from which everything is born and developed.
Science has amply demonstrated that everything that exists arises from information and energy, therefore from ideas expressed in our dimension through words, concepts.
The power of words is therefore so great that they can make us sick or heal, enslave us or free us from internal and external chains.
Words are parts of our beliefs, that is, ideas in which we believe and which are true for us regardless of any objective truth.
Beliefs are the foundations on which we have built our life, our personal and collective reality.
Thoughts and our beliefs are the basis of our own perception.
Perception adapts, is modeled on what we think is ‘true’ for us.
And perception is interpreted as Reality. It is real what we perceive and we perceive what we think is ‘true’.
But have you ever stopped to think what is the original, etymological meaning of this word that creates so much anxiety and stress?
It derives from the Latin problèma, coming from the Greek próblema, evolution of the term probállein, composed of pro- ‘forward’ and ballein ‘to throw’.
So the primary meaning of the term problem is to ‘propose, put forward.’
In practice, the original meaning that was ‘proposing or putting forward or putting forward’ was degraded – all positive, proactive meanings belonging to the field of joy – the quantum field of infinite possibilities.
Among other things, the problem and the project (from the French projeter) have the same etymological meaning: ‘to throw or throw forward’, that is, something that we aim to accomplish, achieve.
In other words, ‘having a problem’ means having a goal that we want to achieve, something we choose to implement.
Problems, objectives and projects are the creative modalities that we use to manifest our gifts and talents, to express our Divine state in this dimension through the human form.
Therefore, let us return to attributing its primary creative meaning to the word problem and rejoice in having problems before us so that we can realize how divine we are as well as human.
In what way could we live life in this 3D if not by demonstrating the ideas-information present on a virtual level in the quantum field and then experience them?
As co-creators with the universe we have the power, thanks to the attention and intention, to externalize and transmit the ideas-information through the words we use- in verbal or written form.
This article is an example. When the idea of deepening the word problem appeared in my mind, in practice I materialized in writing the idea-information that was already present in the quantum field.
This concretization has the purpose of helping you to abandon more and more the field of suffering in which you have lived so far and bring you back, to connect you to your inner joy.
Furthermore, when we attribute the original creative meaning to the problem, our energy rises in frequency and we access joy and love, our natural, divine state. From this state we can bring the abundance of the universe into manifestation for each of us and for all human beings.