Today, let us not curse or condemn ourselves for the darkness. The acts of cursing and condemnation are not in alignment with our eternal loving essence and nature. Instead, let us recall that because God is Love and All, even the darkness can and will be used by God to aid in our growth, healing and awakening process. If the darkness can be used, then it is useful. If it is useful, then gratitude, not judgment, is the appropriate response to it. Just as the light naturally clears our path to our Source, so too can the darkness, when used for good, unite us with God. In its own unique way, the darkness, when used properly, can help us better represent our All-Loving Source here on Earth. When this is understood, gratitude becomes our response to both the darkness and the light.
Today, let us learn to catch the dark thoughts when they are trying to enter and rule our minds. Then let us use this self-awareness to stop them, and also trigger in us the desire to focus on and represent only the light in us as true. In essence, we use the darkness as a tool to help awaken us to the ever-present availability of the light. This way, we learn to use even the darkness for good. Imagine a life where you no longer judge yourself or God’s other children for simply being lost in the dark. Imagine seeing the darkness as just another tool God uses to help redirect you toward the light. Now, even the darkness becomes just another sacred step on your path to representing Love on Earth. Now, even the darkness becomes a gift from God to you.
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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