Daily Inspiration: May 24. It Is Our Own Thoughts That Trap or Free Us – Condensed Version
If our thoughts have trapped us in a world of judgment, anger, resentment and chaos, then know, that it is also our own thoughts that can set us free. When we realize that only our thoughts can hurt us, we will stop directing our attacks outward and start working on challenging our own internal dialogue. When our internal dialogue becomes more reflective of the truth within, of the loving energy that created us, it is then that the desires for judgment, anger and chaos, will begin to diminish. Today, let us work on polishing this internal dialogue, for the more we do, the more clearly we will be able to begin to see a loving world. The more loving this world appears, the less need we will have for experiencing and reacting to it in a defensive manner, and thus the more peaceful we will become.
Today, our main goal is to practice, consciously spending, more of our day aligning loving thoughts. Another goal is, to practice retaking control of our thoughts, when we feel them not aligning with love. Today, when our mind seems to be entertaining thoughts about ourselves or others that are not loving, let us do 5 things: First, recognize that we are out of alignment with our goal. Second, we stop placing our time, focus and energy, on these unloving thoughts. Third we forgive ourselves and everyone else involve for thinking about or expressing something other than our true essence. Fourth, we bless and pray for those that the unconscious mind was having us curse. Fifth, we offer them gratitude for helping us practice taking back control of our own thoughts, and thus of our minds and lives.
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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