You define this world through the thoughts you think. Your world is simply a reflection of the thoughts you choose. Everything “out there” is given definition by you. When you work on developing a more peaceful mind, the world you see through this mindset will appear more peaceful. Equally so, if your mind is in a confused, fearful and chaotic state, then this is the world that you will see and experience. Your mindset defines the world you see and thus how you participate in it. Your thoughts drive how you participate in this world and thus how you interact with it. If you are not at peace with how you are interacting with and experiencing this world, then do not focus outward to try to change it. Instead, focus within. Thanks to free will, you can build the world that you would like to experience.
Today, if your thoughts show you a world that you do not want, do not despair. Instead, take your power back from the ego by taking back control of your thoughts. Only you can decide what thoughts to think. It is the thoughts you think that end up defining the world you see. When you lack peace, recall who your Creator is. Love is the Father of Peace and you are His child and creation. Peace is thus your inheritance and natural state. When you are not at peace, your mind is somewhere it does not belong. But do not get more frustrated, simply remember and feel the truth in you. Align your thoughts and mind with Love and then allow Love to lead the way. Ask yourself, “In this moment, what would Love have me think, say and do?” Then think, say and do that. As you do, you will be reflecting Heaven on Earth.
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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Thank you, I need to hear this. I have been listening to a negative, judgmental internal voice for a while now and it’s becoming exhausting, only causing me more separation and distance…..
Thank you Joseph for being open to the message.
Let us learn to use this negative self talk, not to dive deeper into the darkness, but instead use it as a trigger that calls us to practice self-forgiveness. By doing so we begin to take back control of our own thoughts and mind. When we learn to use even the bad for good we begin to realize the gift that every moment, interaction, and circumstance presents to us. When we learn to use even the bad for good we become grateful and at peace knowing that it is now the loving truth in us who is in control of our thoughts and thus of our minds and lives. It is when the loving truth in us is back in control that this negative self talk begin to dissolve away before our light and greater understanding.
Thank you Kimberly for being open to the message.