What if you could see things differently?
Yourself, circumstances, your past, and even your future?
It takes little to no effort to do this. This article can teach you how.
Seeing as God sees.
It’s difficult looking with our physical senses to see that we are all connected.
When we judge others it’s because we believe we are separate from them.
Our ego, which we created, wants us to believe that there is no connection.
The truth is that when we spot something in others and are judgmental of them, it’s teaching us something about ourselves because it’s going on in our experience.
Life reflects to us what we need to know.
When you choose to see as God sees you’re always extending yourself and recognizing yourself in others.
This connects us, rather than separates.
When we are always searching for the likeness of ourselves in others this is how we extend and can see as God sees us.
Thinking as God thinks.
Forgiveness is a word that holds a lot of heavyweight.
Usually, when we discuss forgiveness we think that it entails releasing ill harbored feelings we have against someone we feel has wronged us.
What if these feelings are an indication of the lies the ego has been telling us?
We are constantly looking for support of those lies in our experiences.
This is an example of not thinking as God thinks.
I do not believe our God is a condemning God, I believe we could actually do no wrong in his eyes.
Therefore, there would be no use for forgiveness in the sense I originally discussed.
I invite you to look at forgiving as giving forth these judgments to God.
Letting them reveal to you anything that you need to work on in yourself.
When you think as God thinks and allow him to work through you, you’ll be at peace knowing you do not have to work everything out with your own human mind.
Trusting as God trusts.
As I sit and think about what trust means to me, I find myself feeling security and relinquishing control.
This is huge for me, as I’m certain it is for you.
As we sit on this Earth and experience our lives we like to think that our hard work and efforts are what control how things go for us in life.
I don’t really want to be the one to break it to you, however, we have very little control.
We can plot, plan and set ourselves in a direction, but we aren’t the ones with the final say.
Life happens for us not to us, with that we get to trust that God knows the bigger picture than we can see.
There are lessons we are learning that will affect generations to come.
We can be sitting pretty and then one-day “bam”, out of nowhere the unthinkable happens.
I don’t know what that looks like for you, and I can tell you that we only suffer when we have attached ourselves to the outcome.
We aren’t trusting what God has put in front of us to go through.
For some strange reason, we think we know better than the creator of the universe.
Everything is for our good, everything. Sit with that for a minute.
We may not ever have all the answers to the reason why when we ask.
Yet, it is for our good.
Trust God as he trusted you to be put here to learn these lessons.
You can’t be anywhere he didn’t put you, so trust that you are there for a purpose.
God in Human form
We are all his sons. Here for one another to teach, learn and expand our consciousness.
This is the season of giving, that celebrates one of God’s sons, Jesus.
We get to extend love in many ways.
If you want to see, think and trust like God I invite you to monitor your self-talk and learn what it is teaching you.
When it’s loving and kind you will know that is God speaking to you, when it sounds like a bully you will know that is your ego separating you from the rest of the sonship.
Enjoy the love, ignore the rest…soon enough it will be only a whisper you don’t recognize.
As always, I’m here if you would like to explore more about this world on a deeper level.
Be kind to yourself and in turn, you will be kind to others.
Until next week,