Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Being True to Ourself

We must search to understand our experiences and be open to changing our beliefs. Our enlightened soul memory will force the issue of new concepts over and over again within our thoughts and our experiences. It is our resistance and denial of personal growth and change from these new concepts that brings on depression as our ego vibrations pull us back into our belief systems.

Denying and resisting change is like being stuck in a dark room with no windows and doors for our intellect and ego. The more we resist and deny changing our beliefs, the deeper our soul depression becomes, until it takes over our life and we begin to live from the depths of despair. The moment you feel depressed begin searching for new ideas, use your imagination, read a thinking person's book, and, most of all, go out in nature to enjoy the light, air, and water. Eat an orange and say, "I AM Love."

Once we begin to accept ourself with love we begin to acknowledge our talents and virtues. As we become consciously aware of our ethical values, we will find ourself using them in place of our negative judgements. Speaking our truth gives us a sense of freedom and courage. Loving ourself brings wisdom, unity, faith, and trust into our daily life experience. The more we actively use our ethical values in our daily life the more intensely aware we are of the courage and strength that we have found in being true to ourself.

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