Daily Inspiration: November 12. Self Worth: Focused on Appreciation Instead of Condemnation – Condensed Version
Today, let us practice making a concerted effort to focus on what we can appreciate in ourselves, instead of searching for what we can judge and condemn. The more we practice this, the more natural and normal this way of thinking will become. Today, if we once again find ourselves stuck in the ego’s judgmental mindset, let us not put ourselves down for being in such a state of mind, instead let us use such a situation as an opportunity to learn how to use the ego to disengage from it. When we start to see the ego as an ally instead of an adversary, we can use its tools and mindset, to trigger in us a call to awaken, reverse the thinking of the ego’s world, and offer appreciation for everyone and all. Today, let us take what the ego’s world once used to put us down, to now lift all of us up.
Today, when anyone challenges your worth, remember, that they cannot change the changeless in you. You are forever God’s perfect creation, and because we are all One, so to are they. Today, offer them appreciation, not condemnation, for helping you remember, practice, and thus reinforce, your perfect worth. The more you get to practice reinforcing your perfect worth, the more natural this way of thinking and feeling will become, until one day, your perfect worth will be all you see. This belief will then radiate from you and begin to shine upon all those that you see and interact with. The more you see others as worthy, the greater understanding of your Whole Self you will have, the more you will appreciate all of it and you, and the less need you will have to judge or condemn it and you.
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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