There is no one who communicates with us more during our day, than we ourselves do. There is no bigger critic of ourselves, than ourselves. Today, as we practice quieting our inner critic, the outer world will begin to feel like a less critical place. The outside world is a reflection of our inner thoughts. The less time we spend criticizing ourselves, the less critical this world will appear to be. The less critical the world appears to be, the more at peace and secure we will feel in it. The more at peace and secure we feel, the more confident we become, and the less we will be affected by criticism from others or even from ourselves. Putting ourselves down in any way, shape or form is a sign that we are viewing ourselves through the ego, a mindset that by now we know does not quiet the internal critic in any way.
Today, let us recall that the thoughts we choose to think, support and thus reinforce will show us whose guidance we are following. God’s guidance will bring our minds into alignment with the state of non-judgment and peace. The ego’s guidance will bring our minds into alignment with a judgmental and critical mindset. Having free will, we can, in each moment, choose whose guidance to follow. Today, let us reclaim the power that we once surrendered to the critical mind. As Love’s creations, our minds are in their natural state when they are focused on being loving and at peace. Today, let us take back control of our minds from the ego by only supporting our loving thoughts as true. Then let us forgive, overlook or let go of all other thoughts that are not supportive of the world that we want to experience.
May your day be filled with Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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