A Path to Inner Peace
Somewhere along the way our worthiness, along with our inner peace, was lost to many of us. This must have been an accident for us to separate from the knowing that we are worthy.
As children we are taught to be good, by generations that were separated from their own worthiness long ago. They thought they worked in our best interest, and also in their own, since they judged themselves as well.
Now I have learned and remember that we are inherently good, from the instant of conception when we were formed in undeniable worth. Now, I know our inner lights have been whispering our worth continuously through inklings in our flesh and bones.
The message that we get as children, from those mislaid to our worthiness, but well intentioned, is that we aren't good, unless we are following the rules and doing as others think we should.
We end up judging ourselves for not doing as it is thought we should. For not looking like we should, not feeling like we should or not doing things that others and maybe even ourselves think we should.
Unknowingly we give our power and our joy to judgement which only moves us further apart from each other. Bringing the familiar haunting wail of fear that we may never be good enough.
We judge others and madly believe that our judgement of them as unworthy somehow brings worth to us.
When in reality, if we look at it differently, if we are willing to look at it through the lens of love, and lay comparisons aside, fear disintegrates, the truth is unveiled and we find that we have always been as one.
We have always shared the same light and the same natural worthiness.
We can lay our weary heads together and rest awhile; finally in the peace that has been ours since before our beginning.
And so, beautiful ones, you can follow these simple steps to find inner peace.
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When things don't go good, every individual has a tendency to concentrate on the gloom-ridden reflections racing through their brainboxes. Remember one thing- finding a sense of harmony is not easy for the one who doesn't believe his own postulation. Still, if he wants to find the inner peace, then he has to show his gratitude for everything he has. Besides that, he must be affirmative, needs to practice acceptance, concentrate on the good memories, and avoid looking for a straightforward way out in order to find the balance and inner peace.
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I was a school teacher for 20 years and am a lifetime soul learner. I am still a teacher, just a different curriculum.