WHAT IS LOVE?
This question is best answered by saying what love is not.
Love is not a feeling, nor is it an emotion. Love is not dependent on having something or someone to love. Love is not dependent on how something or someone makes you feel about yourself or about your life. Love is not an object or a commodity or a transaction or an image or an ideal. Love is not anything the mind can imagine or take ownership of. Love does not come and go, it is not time-bound, nor is it constrained by the limitations of three-dimensional experience.
Love reveals itself as a frequency field, when you meet life (all of it, in every moment, whatever its appearance) as it is. In other words, when you meet your experience as presence and as openness. It is the deepest acceptance of what is here, an infinite tenderness towards "this" that is here, an inner quietude that has no agenda or expectation or grievance or rejection. It is a bowing down of the mind's position-taking stance. It is a falling open into your true Self, the deepest silence of Being, the beginning and ending of all things.
Love is the fragrance of an open heart, a heart that knows itself as Love. It has nothing to do with your beliefs or your thoughts, nothing to do with what you love or who you love, or whether you love yourself or not. It is beyond subject and object, beyond imagination or fantasy or personal fulfillment.
Love is the return of all things that believed themselves to be separate to the oneness of being, the only Knowing there is when everything false has fallen away.