Daily Inspiration: February 22. Dealing with Tragedy – Condensed Version

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Let us no longer judge ourselves or others for how we react and feel, or for how long we believe we need to grieve. It is the ego that has programmed us to believe that there are proper and improper ways to react to tragedy. It is the ego that has placed parameters around how much grieving is appropriate. Being that the ego’s main fuel source is judgment, anytime we are judging ourselves or others for grieving too much or too little, we are buying what the ego is selling. When we are in alignment with the ego’s judgment-based mindset, we’re out of alignment with God. God is love, and love, thanks to free will, places no parameters around what we think we need to feel, or for however long we need to feel it.

Today, if you are sent to someone who is dealing with tragedy, you are in their presence as a representative of God, Perfect Love. Remember this and offer love in whatever ways your heart and soul are calling you to. Just by being in their physical presence, as a symbol of non-judgment, hope and healing, you will remind them that the door to peace is still open. Listen to them, pray with them, and help lead them out of the darkness and back into alignment with the light. If you are blessed to be in the physical presence of one going through hard times, know that it is because God has entrusted you with His child. Know this and guide your sister or brother back to a place of peace. If God trusts you to take care of His child, then know that you should fully trust yourself, as well.

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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Thank you – just what I needed with all that has been going on in this dream particularly lately. I find more and more that I am able to step aside and not feel anything when I think abt this being but a dream – is that a goal – at these times I do intellectually have compassion for others but without the upset and etc. Any comments? Love and peace and kindness and forgiveness

Thank you Louisa for being a member of our community and for your comment. We have all, as difficult as it is for the ego to see, have co-created our journeys with an All-Loving God. Therefore, there is not a step that we take, no matter how it looks to those who sleep, that is not sacred and perfect for our growth, healing and awakening. When you understand this, what need would you ever again have to judge another person’s journey, and what that person’s journey looks like. When you drop your judgments of self and others, what other than peace of mind, joy, love, clarity and understanding, would be left for you to experience and share with others. Allow others to live there lives the way they think they need to, and you will be free from having to log your judgments around with you. Now, with all that said, always do what brings you peace, and so if you feel like you need to do something about one thing or another, than do it, and be at peace doing it, for your journey, every step along your sacred path, is and will forever be, perfect as your Creator. Peace. JBC

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