Daily Inspiration: April 3. Choosing to See The World Through Forgiving Eyes

The more we practice making the conscious decision to see this world through forgiving eyes, the more we will see its natural eternal innocence beginning to radiate from everyone and all. Forgiveness is one of the many expressions of Love. It is only, the Love that created us, that is truly real. Anything that is in opposition to Love, and thus to forgiveness, is not a real aspect of ourselves. It is thus, when we are seeing this world through forgiving eyes, that we are being an expression of our truest selves. Being that we are all One, it is when we make the conscious decision to see all others through forgiving eyes, that we will begin to recognize our own eternal innocence. It is when we understand and realize that no matter our trespasses, that God only sees us as loved and forgiven, that the states of peace and joy result. These states of peace and joy are extended, as we make the conscious decision, to see this world as God does. God is Love and All, and so He only sees our innocence, through Loving and forgiving eyes. Yet in truth, God has no need for forgiveness, because being only Love, He has never had a need for judgment. When you no longer choose to judge yourself or others, you will also have no need to forgive yourself or others. When you no longer have a need to judge others, you will simply see them as God’s creations, and love them purely for being expressions and representatives of our Creator. Does it not make sense to do your best to try to see this world as God does? Do you not think that seeing this world through forgiving eyes will bring you greater peace of mind and joy. Peace of mind and joy are but extensions and expressions of Love, and so when you make the conscious decision to align with Love, you are making the unconscious choice to align with all of Love’s expressions.

As we begin to value, through forgiveness, our innocence more than our illusionary guilt, the ego’s programmed need to judge “others” as guilty will begin to diminish. When we stop seeing others as guilty, we stop carrying guilt within our own hearts and minds. Imagine, no longer having to, through judgment and guilt, imprison anyone within your own heart and mind. Imagine, no longer carrying judgment and guilt as burdens throughout your day or having them make you toss and turn at night while you try to fall asleep. Imagine, the gratitude you would have for all those who are helping you understand the wisdom of seeing them, and thus yourself, as innocent, forgiven, and free from the burdens of judgment and guilt. As others help us remember who in truth we are, our gratitude for them will increase as we start to realize, that in every single moment, they are gifting us, through their participation in our life experience, the opportunity to recall, experience and rejoice in, our innocence. It will be this sense of gratitude, that thanks to forgiving eyes, will solidify our Oneness. Remember today, that you have been gifted free will, that you can choose to see each and every moment of your life experience, through forgiving eyes. What do you have to lose by making the conscious decision to see this world through forgiving eyes? Have you not suffered long enough by seeing this world through the ego’s judgment filled eyes? Today, let us make the conscious decision to look deep into the mirror, remember that we are all One, and offer all others forgiveness, the one thing that will truly set us free from the pain, suffering and guilt, that our own judgments have brought into our lives.

Today, let us make a very conscious and concerted effort to overlook every word someone says or action that they take, where the ego would demand that we react to them with judgmental eyes instead of forgiving eyes. Overlooking another’s illusions, what a small price to pay to have true and everlasting peace of mind and joy. Simply let go of every illusion that you have been programmed to look upon that says that God’s creations are guilty. God being perfect can only create perfectly. It is only when we forget this, that a lack of peace of mind and joy result. Today, let us recognize, that seeing this world through forgiving eyes can become the doorway to true everlasting peace of mind and joy. The doorway to peace of mind and joy is always there, and forever, in every moment, interaction and situation, available to us. But it is us who must, in every moment, decide if we will walk through the doorway or not. Let us no longer blame anyone else if we are lacking peace of mind and joy; instead let us simply recall, that peace of mind and joy are always, through forgiving eyes, just a simple choice away. Imagine, beginning to understand that your peace of mind and joy are not a result of anything or anyone out there, but that their choice is purely and forever within you. Imagine, no longer having to be a slave to the ego’s world or mindset, no longer having to wait for the world or those in it to behave or act a certain way for you to finally achieve and experience, peace of mind and joy. You my friend, as God’s creation, could never in truth be a slave to the ego’s mindset. Yes, you might have temporarily bought into its fairy tale as true, but you have finally tired of fighting the ego’s battles, you have finally tired of seeing and reacting to its false concepts as true. Today, let us simply allow forgiving eyes to awaken us to who we truly are, and help us see that nothing stands between us and our peace of mind and joy, other than our own misperceptions.

Today, let us ask ourselves: “What do I truly have to lose, by making the conscious decision to see this world and all those in it, only through forgiving eyes.” Today, let us make the conscious choice to overlook every demand the ego makes of us to judge ourself or others. Just imagine, no longer having to carry the heavy burden of your own judgments. Would a greater sense of peace and joy not result when you finally choose to set aside your judgments? Imagine, for a day, only seeing as God does, through His loving eyes. Imagine, make the conscious choice to use Love and its expressions, such as forgiveness, to guide your way. Doing so, would you not begin to create and reach a more peaceful, joyful and heavenly state of mind? Thanks to free will, this possibility, is in every situation and interaction, available to us. Imagine that, a heavenly state of mind, always available to us, simply waiting for us to choose it, so that we may experience it.

I would love to read your thoughts on this post. How does it affect you? How do you think you can implement it in your life? Is there something else that we can add to this post to make it more helpful or complete? Is there something in your own life experience, any life strategy that you partake in, that relates to this post that you think others will find useful? Please be so kind as to share your thoughts with us, in the comment section below.

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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  1. Mary Weddle
    Mary Weddle04-03-2016

    When we are in the midst of a situation that is disconcerting, hurtful, or those that trigger past event memories, it can be difficult to get outside of ourselves to see the illusions at play. We need to be vigilant at various interactions that we feel may trigger those hurtful memories that trigger resentment/anger.
    Being the observer to these negative encounters, it becomes both sad and/or humorous. We , as a whole, take in and take on issues with one another that can be so trivial, yet potentially hurtful. In the end, none of the trivialities matter, and, in fact, are a wast of time. That is our given time to bring into the picture a more positive outlook and attitude for all involved. It may ease an insecurity and bring peace to the person having brought up the subject. Harder yet are those encounters where someone is intentionally bringing up events of decades earlier, creating division with family members, and playing favorites as they receive enjoyment in watching how it plays out. It is harder to get those who have been put into the “play”, to all see what is going on and not become an actor, or be upset with another player, and especially toward the person who began the encounter. Unless everyone is on the same page it is impossible. However, the person who understands what is truly going on can be the one who does not engage at all, only commenting positively, or try to just redirect the group.

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