Do Not Disavow Yourself December 18, 2016Posted by Danna Beal in Forgiveness, Inner Peace.
Tags: freedom, Joy, Love, Relationships, Truth
It is essential that you listen to this. Your shadow side blocks your flow of communication with the divine and with others. It will continue to block if you allow it. It is essential for each one of you to recover and restore your beautiful essence. The power to fulfill your divine purpose will be restored and rebuilt allowing you to move forward as you never have before. Wake up from the dreadful dream, the nightmare of self-imprisonment. The shadow (ego) prevents you from connecting with others.
This is categorically the most important thing you can do to stand up and come out of whatever situation you are in, and to help others escape this paralyzing grip of misfortune and mayhem. The world is in an epic time of catastrophic events. Blaming others doesn’t help. Challenge with sincere conviction all the words that reduce your power and allow us, your inner guidance, to help you work with the undulating, divine energy pulsating through you. Be bold, be tireless, committed and unflinching. Take care of yourself and use your energy as most appropriate. Vow to be awake and present. Rely on love. In its purest form, love removes all doubt. Stop asking for others to save you. BE powerful. Allow the warrior within to arise.
Jesus prepared the way and illuminated the path. Jesus did not disavow himself, but instead rose to the highest level. His impact on the world was a result of his willingness to share the power of the divine message he carried. Wake up from your dream of despair, smallness and victimhood.
You can bring down walls of fear in others when you melt their resistance with compassion. You can touch the very deepest part of their souls, where the pain is hidden and buried, denied and held tightly. They will thank you because holding the pain within is exhausting.
Your underdog role is over. Denounce it, once and for all. Let go of the nightmare. As you wake up to the core of who you are, you can bridge understanding with others, helping reveal the walls of defenses, so they can be dismantled and taken down.
Denial is a powerful force that keeps us locked in our fears. Your willingness to face your own fears is what allows you to help others. Any pain you experience is from resistance, from being stuck on the razor’s edge. The pain comes because you are trying so hard to manage all the stories of what you believe to be true. And while trying to do the right things, the things you believe you must do, you are missing the wholeness, the solid truth and base of who you are, the core of you–which is Love. You don’t have to try being loving. You are Love.