We’ve talked about being yourself and how it’s one of the greatest things you can do for the rest of us.
Ownership is an entirely new level of authenticity.
Given your moods, eccentricities, and even what you think are mistakes, every single thing you do is perfect.
So it’s time to own it.
Ignore the Shitty Committee
We all have those voices in our heads telling us things that aren’t true.
That we should be further than we are in life, that we are unworthy at times, maybe even that no one understands us.
Listening to those voices and entertaining conversations with them keeps you small.
They keep you from sharing your greatness or being bold enough to move outside of your comfort zone.
I read once, “if those voices were a real person, how long would you hang out with them?”
The answer for me was not long at all. So I decided to stop, and you can too.
Stepping out of the ring
At some point in our lives, we learned how to be guilty.
Maybe we acquired it from watching our circumstances or it was ingrained in our DNA.
We take any of our past actions and replay them in our heads to try to manipulate the outcome.
Judgment is heavy in our thoughts with wrongdoing and this creates perceived imperfections in our consciousness and that can’t be since our consciousness is flawless.
This is like standing in the ring taking blow after blow of punches from an opponent.
Accepting your past and the actions you took will allow you the strength to get out of that situation in your mind.
Get out of the ring by leaving the past where it lies, behind you.
Change is only possible when you are in the present.
As “The Love Guru” take yourself from “Nowhere” to “Now Here.”
Being your own best friend
Authenticity is you being completely you.
If you don’t like yourself I believe it’s impossible to be the best version of yourself.
Even though everything is perfect with who you are being in each moment, the celebrations of you and the kindness towards you, need to start with you.
Creating a space for yourself to allow the love of God to flow through you allows you to design a life that contributes to your authenticity.
The laws of karma are about the positive and negative power of our thoughts, words, and actions.
This means when you put it out, it’s coming back to you.
Starting with thoughts to celebrate your greatness (being kind to yourself), words to back it up (affirming your love for yourself), and being grateful (thankfulness for everything right now) will bring all of this back to you with the law of attraction (like attracts like).
Being authentically you while being your best friend allows you to own all the splendor that is meant for you in this life.
You deserve it, now it’s time to allow it.
Until next week,