The True Cause of Insecurity
The compulsion to defend and reinforce yourself, to feel powerful, happy and in control, is an attempt to compensate for deep seated feelings of insecurity. However, the stronger and more secure the ego feels, the more it affirms its separation from Life -- the true cause of insecurity.
What About Me?
When you stop affirming, fortifying and protecting the "me," the illusion of separation will dissolve. Without separation, you realize that you are Infinite Life Itself. You are not, and never were, a separate little "me." However, until there is complete surrender of attempting to boost up the "me," life can be quite daunting!
The Ego's Dilemma
The strengthening of self also strengthens what separates you from the rest of Life
Mr./Ms. Fix It
Your desperate need to fix things reinforces your sense of being broken
I AM Love
"God Loves me and is well-pleased with Who I really AM"
Likes and Dislikes
When reality is not distorted through the mind's likes and dislikes . . .
Behold! You live in a world of astounding Beauty, Love and abiding Peace.
Minding Your Own Business
"Minding your own business" means being aware of how your own mind creates your experience of reality. You stop using other people as scapegoats.
Listen to Me
The Energy that created the whole universe lives inside you
Listen to That One
Your Greatest Superpower
The greatest superpower you have as a human being is the power of choice
The most leveraged choice is where you choose to place your attention
What Is Happiness?
Be willing to see the real cause of suffering and of happiness
Seek what you truly desire, where it truly resides
Healing Is Awakening
This is a radically different perspective from the way that we have been programmed to view Life. Here, you will find daily inspiration and energetic catalysts for walking this road less traveled. Read only one or two sayings at a time. Relax, sit back and receive the Energy.
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