Morning Med; 12 28 22
We always hold two ropes in our situations of now.
One to the past with the memories of what our beliefs have brought.
One to the future with the hopes of what our dreams might bring.
They are connected by the stands of thoughts we have used to weave our ropes.
If we weave a rope with the memories of what we didn’t want,
they will create the same outcomes.
Old beliefs can be like invasive vines always reaching wanting to continue.
Sometimes we must swing our scythe of “I’ve had enough!”
and sever the old vines as fast as the reappear.
They can only root in our now situation for only it is alive.
The past is memories, and the future is hopes or fears.
We have the ability to thrive within us and
through Consciousness we can create the future we desire.
When you sever beliefs, it is important to be kind to yourself.
You are not the belief; you are just the one who believes it.
Separating it from yourself sets you free from its grasp.