Imagine having a magical kitchen. The best food is always prepared there, you don’t have to worry about a thing, you never go shopping, never wash, don’t worry about a thing – and you always get the most appetizing meals you could want. Of course you are a generous person and share your …

Imagine having a magical kitchen. The best food is always prepared there, you don’t have to worry about a thing, you never go shopping, never wash, don’t worry about a thing – and you always get the most appetizing meals you could want. Of course, you are a generous person and unconditionally share your food with others. Everyone loves your magic kitchen! Now imagine that one day someone is standing in front of you and offering you pizza. A wonderfully fragrant and juicy pizza like the one in the TV commercial. And the person makes you the irresistible offer to make you eat delicious pizza for the rest of your life, absolutely free! Would you accept this offer? You don’t have to do anything about it except be nice and friendly to the pizza delivery company and act on them a bit. You would probably decline the offer. But what if you didn’t have a magical kitchen? If preparing food is laborious and cumbersome for you, if there was never enough in the house, if you don’t know how to cook well, if you don’t like to do it, you just don’t have the time or too little money? So a free pizza package probably wouldn’t be so unattractive. Unfortunately, in the long run, you will become a slave to the supplier. You let him control you and your life and you are constantly afraid that he will withdraw his generous offer and leave you hungry and without food …

Now imagine that it is not about food, but about love. Magic cuisine is your heart. And if it is full of love, you don’t need the love of others and can share it unconditionally with others. But if there is a lack, the feeling of not being loved, of not being able to love, of not deserving of love or of not carrying love within you – then you would do anything to get it. They make themselves dependent, let themselves be controlled, thirst for love from others and do whatever it takes. How often do we ignore our own needs because we believe that we will only be loved if we are “kind” and do not offend. Or vice versa, we are hateful or jealous because we think that others have more or take something away from us. As if love was something rationed to be won. We all have a “magic kitchen” within us. Everything we need to be happy and fulfilled is already here. You just have to recognize it and have the courage to show it. The world needs love. We are the source.