Dr. Demartini: Well, I think that the… I define love as the synthesis and synchronicity of all complementary opposites in the universe, and I believe that there's nothing but love. All else is illusion. And when we evaluate something with our mental limitations, and judge something in the terrestrial sphere, as you will, you miss out, or we miss out on the magnificence of the ever-presence of love that's there. So I believe that love is the essence of our being. It is the highest priority of all human experience, and it is not the romantic, animal, passionate infatuation love I'm talking about. It's a profound realization that there's a divine order, a divine magnificence, a divine beauty, a divine love that's ever-present that's inwardly, intuitively, and inspirationally guiding us at all times. And I think the second we ask the right questions, it's revealed to us, and we're brought to tears of grace for the opportunity to be participating in it.
So I believe that it's ever-present. I believe that every experience that we don't see as love, it's our illusion. We have to look again, and we have to ask a new question to see it. In the break-through experience program that I do around the world, I've taught literally tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of people that there is nothing but love, and I show them, not just hypothetically, not just esoterically, not metaphysically, but actually practically how to experience that. Because if you ask the right question, it's revealed.
And so, I believe that there's a synthesis of synchronistic opposites. Whenever somebody's challenging you, there's a supporter. Whenever somebody's rejecting you, there's an acceptor. There's always a pair of opposites, and if you can see them both simultaneously, you're liberated from the illusion of the emotion of one-sidedness. And I think of life as a magnet, and if you embrace both sides of the magnet, you have magnetism, but if you're striving for a one-sided magnet, trying to get rid of the other half of the magnet, it will be futility. The desire for that which is unavailable and the desire to avoid that which is unavoidable is the source of human suffering, according to Buddha, and I think that we're here to embrace both sides life, see both sides synchronously, and see the synthesis and synchronicity of all opposites, and feel the greatness of love. That's why I think that gratitude is so important, because it's the key that opens the heart to that.