Today, let us notice that we end up experiencing what we focus on. The choice of what we focus on is always ours to make. The more our thoughts, words and actions are focused on achieving a state of peace, the more peaceful our experience will be. Equally so, the more our thoughts, words and actions are focused on chaos, the more chaotic our experience will be. So let us practice making peace our focus today. As we do, we will reduce how much we blame the world for how we feel, and take greater personal responsibility for our experience. The more we make peace our conscious focus, the more it will become our automatic state. Now, thanks to free will, we know that we can decide how much peace we will experience.
Today, remember that we experience what we place our thoughts and focus on. Thus, the world we experience is not so much a function of what seems to be happening “out there,” but is instead a reflection of the thoughts that we are choosing to entertain. If we focus on the thoughts and energies of anxiousness, worry and stress, then our world will become a reflection of these fear-based patterns. Yet, if we place our full focus on and trust in God, then peace will become our constant companion. Now, the same fearful world that the ego had programmed us to see becomes a world that — under God’s protection and guidance — reflects only peace. Understanding this, we see that in the end, we each determine our own levels of peace and clarity, or fear and chaos.
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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