Morning Meds 11 3 20
Have you faced the mirror?
Have you gazed into the windows to your soul?
Past the condensation of personal bias?
Beyond the depth of comfortable observation?
Deep within to the who and what you are?
We humans are beautiful creatures once we wipe away the clouds of comparison to other people’s opinions.
Past preconceived conditions.
We are light, there are no exceptions.
How are you, is always important.
How are you, is always a passing condition.
Who and what you are is eternal.
The greatest gift we can give ourselves is unconditional love.
Morning meds; 10 17 19
Emmerson said, “The ancestor of every action is a thought.”
It would follow that, the ancestor of every emotion is also thought.
Our thoughts produce chemical reactions in our neurons.
Our emotions are those chemical reactions interpreted by our neurons.
The more our thoughts are in alignment with Source, the better we feel.
Pay attention to your thoughts today and speak nicely to yourself.
Morning Meds; 10 16 21
All the knobs, latches and locks
in the prison of guilt and shame
open from the inside.
This self designed confinement,
whether imagined as a single cell or as a labyrinth,
was constructed by ourselves.
self forgiveness and
are the keys that open any lock.
Others can offer encouragement,
but only we can choose
to set ourselves free.
Morning Meds; 9 25 21
Continual pruning will stunt a plants growth.
Continual self criticism will stunt spiritual growth.
We spirituality flourish if we create a pathway that leads to an acceptance of the perfection of where we are at, at any given moment and the realization that growing pains are just part of our journey of realization.
Shame is the worst, it’s the like using Round Up to promote growth.
Intelligent encouragement is the fertilizer that causes us to thrive.
We are at our best when we feel good and at our worst we we feel bad.
Coach yourself with words, thoughts and beliefs of encouragement.
We flourish in an atmosphere of acceptance and self-love.
Put your shears away, give yourself a hug and see your beauty within.
Morning Meds; 9 25 19
I choose to see the beautiful me,
The one I never could see.
The one, buried beneath erroneous beliefs,
Beliefs covering the real me.
I choose to be the beautiful me,
The one I always was.
The one who is a spark of Source
Birthed from unconditional love.
Choose to see the beautiful you,
Don’t be tricked by religious or social lies.
Peer down deep within your soul
There’s nothing but beauty inside.
Choose to be the beautiful you.
It’s not something you need to hide.
Let the love of Source within your soul
Shine out through your beautiful eyes.
We are all in this together.