Daily Inspiration: February 16. Letting Go of Who You Are Not – Condensed Version
Many times finding out who you are not, is the surest way to finding out, who you truly are. You will only be who you are not, as long as you choose to keep supporting thoughts, words, emotions and actions, that don’t support you. Once you tire of supporting who you are not, it is then you will choose to look for a better way, the real you. Instead of judging yourself for being who you are not, thank those thoughts, words, emotions and actions, for they, in their own unique ways, are helping you guide you, out of your false-self. What if you started retraining your mind to be grateful for all the judgmental thoughts that the ego had programmed you to put yourself down for? Would a greater sense of acceptance, compassion, forgiveness, peace and understanding not begin to embrace and fill your life?
Today, let us practice supporting who we are, and letting go of who we are not. As God’s creations, we are Love in physical form. Being forgiving, compassionate, peace and joyful, are all symbols of one who is in alignment with who they in truth are. Any thought, word, emotion or action, that is in opposition to love and its expressions, are who we are not. Let us practice letting go of who we are not, but not through judgment and with resentment, but through forgiveness and with gratitude. We release with forgiveness and gratitude, because we now understand, that every single step along our path, being a sacred co-creation with God, will be used for good. Now, we know that every step that we or others take, will be used to help us all grow, heal and awaken us to who we have come here to be.
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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