If, in the ego’s world, you feel like a tourist in a foreign land, it is because you are. You have simply volunteered to come and assist your brothers and sisters in recalling their true nature. In order to do so, you must first recognize it in yourself. Your true nature is the Love that God is. Love has many expressions, such as being joyful, peaceful, forgiving and compassionate. When you are radiating this love, others will not only feel and be attracted to this energy, but they will also begin to recall it as their own. Through your example, by the way you interact with and treat others, they will begin to recall who they are in truth, the love that they were created to be. Through your victories and examples of overcoming the struggles of the ego’s illusionary world, they will find their hope, healing and way back Home.
Today, if we feel lost and confused, it is not because we are not wise or spiritual enough. It is because we are buying into the ego’s delusional mindset as our own. We have been given the wrong directions, and that is why we feel lost. Today, let us no longer travel down the roads that our life experience has taught us do not get us to our desired destination. Let us be grateful that we are now self-aware enough to cross those roads off our map. Let us be grateful that knowing what we do not want helps us get a clearer picture of what we do want. We want to be happy, at peace, loving, compassionate and hopeful. All these are signs of the light in us, of our true Home. Today, before every interaction, let us ask the light in us to lead the way. Let us do so, and our return Home will be assured.
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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