Let us look at love, vulnerability, sorrow and the force that is found potentially in our heart.

Egoence is centering ourselves in our own heart, in the very essence of our being. It is not enclosing ourselves within ourselves in a selfish way. We find our connection with the universe when we identify ourselves with that inner center. From there we can love, from there we can feel ourselves united with our fellow human beings, because we discover how similar we are in this center. We share the same essence, the same humanity.

We feel separated and alone as long as we are identified with what is superficial in our being and our life. That loneliness is an abyss that nothing and no one can fill, even though we momentarily fool ourselves by seeking affection and waiting for others to love us.

Egoence of being is the next step in the evolution of humanity. It doesn’t matter how long we take to get there. That is where we are heading. Egoence is love; it is pain; it is vulnerability; it is an unbreakable force. The happiness that the world sells us is a fantasy. And as we pursue this dream, we feel an ever-greater void in our being. Our aspiration is much more transcendent than being happy. Our aspiration is to live the grandeur of our being by making ourselves infinitely small out of love for humanity. Our longing does not focus on our own interests, our own well-being, our own comfort, but rather on a generous offering of ourselves as a genuine response to the unconsciousness and pain suffered by millions of human beings.

We can only make egoence real within ourselves when we live in harmony with the Law of Renouncement. This is the only way we can discover our mission in the world. There is no love without sorrow, happiness without sadness or strength without weakness. Let us intimately and profoundly embrace life as it is. That is Renouncement. And this is how we open the Sacred Door of our Heart, which is the Road towards the heart of all human beings.

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Annual Mission 2022

Every year the members of Cafh receive an Annual Mission. This allows us to do a concrete job for the good of all people in a daily basis, as an effective and direct way to collaborate with harmony and peace in the world.

Faced with the magnitude of the difficulties confronting the world, we can feel that our contribution is insignificant.

But our intention and our individual effort are multiplied through our union with the Mystical Body of Cafh.

Let us trust in that power and generate hope for humanity.

Let us unfold the Mysticism of the Heart through inner silence.

Let us pause as often as possible during the day to focus on the here and now.

Asking ourselves some questions can help: Where am I? What am I thinking, feeling, doing? Whom am I with? What is life bringing me at this moment? What is it asking of me? What am I willing to give?

Let us remember that inner silence is a way of thinking in which we are observers and witnesses of our inner world.

No matter how far away we may find ourselves from our center, let us try to bring to our consciousness the Divine Presence that lives within us and the transcendence of the mission we have embraced.

Ana Cristina Flor


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