Daily Inspiration: July 1. The Practice of Remembering Who In Truth We Are – Condensed Version
We are all One, and so today to reinforce and strengthen this message within our minds, let us practice recognizing and supporting only the Oneness in each other. When we practice focusing on seeing the sameness in our souls, instead of our seemingly separate bodies, we stop focusing on the silly games the body plays within the ego’s fairy tale, and start recognizing that because we all come from the same Source, each one of us is worthy of the love and respect that we ourselves desire. Today, when we first meet another, let us set aside the ego’s desire, that through the act of judgment, tries to separate us, and instead from the deepest part of our hearts and souls, at One with our Source, through our eyes silently whisper to them, that they are only love and that we are all One.
Today, let us practice recalling who in truth we are by overlooking everything that is not a part of our loving nature. We do this by no longer consciously investing any of our time, focus or energy on propping up and supporting any made up ego concept that tries to convince us to think, that we are something that God is not. God is Love and All, and we are His creations. We cannot be anything that is in opposition to All, for All is All, and therefore only the love in us is true. Today, let us overlook anything other than the love in each other, and by doing so spend more time as our eternal essence. Forgiveness is a tool offer to us by God to assist us in removing ourselves from our false concepts. When our false concepts are gone, all that remains is the peace, joy and love of God, who we in truth are.
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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