Daily Inspiration: October 19. Learning To Love Yourself More By Loving “Others” – Condensed Version
We are all One, thus to understand how to love your whole-self fully, practice loving everyone you think about or interact with. If you feel like you lack self-love, it is usually because, somewhere in your life, you are withholding love from “others.” They in essence symbolize, the parts of yourself that you are withholding love from. If each and everyone “out there” is really a part of you, then if you are withholding love from any of them, you are withholding love from yourself. You are withholding love from them, because you have bought into the ego’s program, that you are not worthy of being fully loved. Symbols that show you that you are withholding love from others and thus from yourself, are feeling a sense of separateness, loneliness, sadness, guilt, inner conflict and a lack of fulfillment.
Today, let us recall, that we are all One, and so when the ego once again demands that you judge ‘another,’ view it instead as a call from the Universe, asking you to love a part of yourself, that you have been withholding love from. When the ego says they need to be punished, love them by forgiving them. When the ego insist they are unworthy of your help, love them by offering them compassion and hope. When the ego says that you should be angry with them, choose to love them by choosing to see only their eternal essence and nature as true. God is Love and All, thus all your brother or sister can in truth ever do, is to love you or forget to love you. When they forget to love you, remind them, by the loving way you react and treat them, that they too could only ever be, the love that God created them to be.
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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