If your thoughts are imprisoning you in a world where judgment, anxiety, sadness, anger and resentment reside, then know that it is also your own thoughts that can set you free. Only your thoughts can hold you captive. Once you realize this, you will stop directing your attacks outward, and start looking within for solutions. You are Love’s creation, a part of All That Is, eternal and eternity. As Love’s creation, your truth can never be imprisoned because Love can never be imprisoned. Love’s creation can only feel imprisoned when it is buying into the ego’s dream as real. The ego is a very limited belief system within the sleeping mind. Thus, it is possible to feel imprisoned when you are dreaming. When you feel trapped, know that this is a sign that your mind is temporarily asleep to your true nature.
Today, let us pay close attention to how our thoughts paint the picture of the world we see. If our thoughts seem to be painting a negative picture of the world, then remember that it is within us where we can begin to change our world. When we find ourselves using negative, judgment-filled thoughts, let us not judge ourselves for this. Instead, let us use such situations like an alarm clock that awakens us to the realization that we are currently asleep to our divine nature. Then let us use loving thoughts to help us awaken and re-connect to the Divine. As we do, we begin to experience this world as it was meant to be experienced, through Love’s thoughts and eyes. Today, let us align with Love, with the Mind of God, and begin to create a heaven on Earth through our thoughts.
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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