Love Yourself and Others As Much As You Love The All That Is.
Look at the people you pass by and greet and interact.
Feel the textures of the furniture and doors that you come into contact with.
Feel the pleasure from the warm shower that starts or ends your day.
All of this - everything - is made from the All That Is.
What is the All That Is?
It is our Creator and it is the Creator of everything that we can see hear and touch.
It is you and it is me and every other person place or thing.
It is Love and it accepts All because it is All.
It is always here to help us and to guide us toward it's Love.
Be still in your brain.
Quiet it down and ask a question.
A Still Small Voice will whisper an answer to you.
This is the All That Is.
It will whisper messages of kind advice and practical advice and advice that you may not want to hear - like pay back that loan from your mother!
This Voice Within will guide you always in a way that is harmless to yourself and others. This is how you can tell that you are talking to the All That Is.
Ultimately, the All That Is wishes for you to be kind and loving and accepting of all others.
To do so is to be kind and loving and accepting to yourself and to the All That Is - because we are all One.
Start first with being kind and loving and accepting to yourself.
Say kind things to yourself.
Forgive yourself of your past mistakes and start anew this very moment.
Then forgive everyone else.
Then forgive the All That Is.
If you find this hard to do, then ask the All That Is to take away the hate within you and replace it with Love and Kindness and Acceptance.
Keep asking this and you will notice that you will become more Loving and Kind and Accepting each day.
You will also become happier because it is the natural state of all of us - Love.
Heal Yourself By Forgiving Yourself for not Being Perfect at 30.
Message from ArchAngel Cassiopeia.
As humans, we are our own worst enemies. We are our own worst bosses. We can be so demanding upon ourselves and when we fall short of perfection we berate ourselves and call ourselves the most brutish and nasty names imaginable. If others could hear the names that we call ourselves they would be shocked. If we called others the names that we call ourselves we would soon be in a fight.
We can be so unforgiving of ourselves because we place such unrealistic demands upon our lives.
We are the ones that make such goals like, "I will be a millionaire by the age of 30 with three children and a dream house and with a meteoric career."
As if these things were absolutely necessary within that time frame. But who made those goals and rules? Was it your higher self? Was it someone that you knew? Was it your ego?
These types of goals are unrealistic and savagely damaging because they place harsh time limits with harsh consequences if they are not achieved.
Like George Bailey, the character in the film, It's a Wonderful Life, we condemn ourselves for not reaching perfection at the age of 30 and we contemplate ending our lives because of the fickle desires of our egos.
Do you wish to know the solution to this madness?
Accept yourself just the way you are and throw away all of the conditions that you have placed upon yourself. Throw them all the away. You will feel much better.
After taking out the trash. Just live life one day at a time and ask your Higher Self, that Still Small Voice Within, "What is my real purpose in life?"
You will receive an answer as a knowing or as a vision or in a few short words or memories. This message from your higher self will fill you with a certain peace and you will know that it is Truth.
When you get to the real Truth of yourself, then go about being that Truth without goals and expectations.
This is called living life in Truth.
The First Step Toward Kind Thoughts.
The Purpose of Spiritual Transformation is the Natural Manifestation of only Kind Thoughts.
How can this be achieved? It certainly sounds like a fantasy. I can hear your thoughts:
"How about a murderer? Should I have kind thoughts about him or her? How about a mass murderer?"
Certainly it will take some time to get to this place of only kind thoughts. Consider this a journey. It requires a bit of traveling on your part. It may seem like a long journey. It is for many.
Every journey, however, starts with a first step. That first step in this journey is to start having only kind thoughts about yourself. Why is this so important to have kind thoughts about self?
Have you ever met a person that was very angry regarding themselves? Have you witnessed how they would berate themselves and then turn this anger toward others and transfer the hate and frustration outward? This is what we do as humans when we hate and are unkind to ourselves - we turn it onto others. This is called projection. How many times have you seen a person accuse another person of certain things that the accused is totally innocent of? Projection onto another is the manifestation of self hate.
When we become kind to ourselves, the same thing happens. We now start to project that kindness onto others. It is a gradual process - don't expect a complete transformation in a day!
Do you wish to try this experiment on yourself? Would you like to try and be kind to yourself and see how it affects your relations with others?
Here is how you can start the process. As with any process, instant results are not to be expected. A process is a lot like washing clothing. It takes time for the washer machine to work through it's cleaning and rinsing process before the job is done. This process also requires time.
The first part of the Be Kind to Self Process is to recognize the types of expectations that you place on yourself. Expectations are tricky. We often have many. They are usually associated with the many different roles that we play throughout the day. For example, a man who is married will have the role as a husband. Chances are, the role of husband has created expectations within the man as to what a good husband is. Many times these expectations are distortions that are not even recognized by the man's wife. A great way to expose such distortions is to list down all the expectations that one has as a husband or spouse and discuss them with your partner. Your partner will quickly tell you what expectations are realistic and what aren't.
This perspective will be useful for you because after listing out as many self imposed expectations as possible the next step is to throw them all away. Surrender them to the Creator and thank the Creator for taking them away. Expectations create anger and hostility when the expectations aren't met. Expectations are the root of dissatisfaction with self. Simply throw them all away and adopt a simple strategy - just do the best that you can at any moment in time. If the best that you can at any moment in time is less than spectacular because you are hungry or tired or distracted, then so be it. If it's the best that you can summon at the moment then how can you berate yourself?
If it was not the best that you can do at the moment, then forgive yourself for the laziness and try again in this now moment to do your best.
Using this simple strategy will free you up from the self imposed expectations that you then use to berate yourself with. You will feel more free and more kind to yourself. This is the first step toward only kind thoughts.
The Second Step Toward Thinking only Kind Thoughts will appear in the next article.
Every day, Archangels, Jesus, or Ascended Masters dictate to C Louis Osburn words of Wisdom from the Heavenly Realms that are filled with Love and Light. Drink in this Wisdom and find yourself lifted to a better place with your True Self living a joyous life from the Heart.