Daily Inspiration: January 5. The Real Protagonists of Our Story – Condensed Version
As children we were taught to believe that the ego’s fear based mindset and fairy tales were true. We were programmed to believe, that all of the characters within those fairy tales, such as those of judgment of self and others, frustration, anxiety, anger, resentment, hate and revenge were real. We were sold the idea that these characters or emotions were all normal and natural responses. Yet, as we become more self-aware, and begin to awaken to who in truth we are, we begin to notice how unlike these emotions, energies and reactions, are to our core and eternal, loving essence and nature. As we realize this lack of compatibility, we begin to let go of our attachment to them. We begin to discard them, but not with a sense of anger, resentment and guilt, but with a sense of peace, gratitude and understanding.
Today, become the hero of your story by consciously choosing to align with your true loving nature, and reject the false concepts that try to place themselves in opposition to Love, God, All. If we find ourselves aligned with Love and its expressions, let that be a symbol to us, that we are accomplishing our mission and fulfilling our purpose, on this planet. If we find ourselves aligned with the ego’s fear based mindset, let that be a symbol to us, that we are unconsciously allowing the ego to write and thus live our story for us. We as Love’s creations, came here to create through love. Each day, let us, as the heroes of our own journeys, figure out which of Love’s expressions the moment is calling out for, and then offer the moment and those in it, whatever expression of Love it needs to truly survive and thrive.
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Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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