Worrying and mental suffering are signs of a mind that is temporarily asleep to its true nature. Such a mind has forgotten that it has co-created its journey in sacred partnership with God. Worrying and mental suffering are energetic expressions that show us where our mind is out of alignment with the Mind of God and our Divine plan. It is not possible to worry or mentally suffer and at the same time be fully trusting in our Divine plan. Our highest will, just as our highest self, is always connected to and in communication with our Source, God. Thus worrying and suffering result not because we are unworthy of peace and joy, but because during these moments in time, we have forgotten that what we experience is actually our co-creation. Everything in our co-creation with God is designed with our highest good in mind.
Today, let us look back at our past and see how much we learned and grew from our challenging experiences. If learning and growth resulted from these experiences, then were they ever really bad or negative in the first place? If even the experiences where we worried and suffered serve a higher good, then wouldn’t all of our experiences also serve this purpose? Everything is used to help us reach a deeper level of self-awareness and a higher level of consciousness. Knowing and trusting this, how much more worrying and suffering do we need to do? Today, let us notice that the more we trust in our Divine sacred plan, the more peace of mind and joy we experience. The more peace of mind and joy we experience, the more grateful we are to everyone and all, and thus the less worrying and suffering we do.
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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