"They are the sons and daughters of life's longing for itself.
They come through you but not from you.
And though they are with you yet they belong not to you.
You may give them your love but not your thoughts, for they have their own thoughts.
You may house their bodies but not their souls, for their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them, but seek not to make them like you.
For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday."
Stop allowing others to tell you what you are, who you are, and where you are going. Validate yourself through the practice of Self-Discovery, Self-Love and Self-Acceptance. You need no other validation other than that of Self, or the Universal Light that is within you!
When you're self-accepting, you're able to embrace all aspects of you--not just the positive, more "esteem-able" parts. As such, self-acceptance is unconditional, free of any qualification and thereby validating.
In general you're able to accept yourself only to the degree you feel accepted by your parents, peers, religion and society. In a sense, you bear "conditional-love scars" from the past and are amongst the ranks of the "walking wounded." And this recognition of your common humanity can help inspire in you not only feelings of habitually-withheld kindness and goodwill toward yourselves but toward others as well. Due to societal controls, peer pressure, religious fanaticism or parental influence, you lack the ability to formulate a clear, separate sense of self--that is, other than that which has been transmitted to you by them. So if they were unable, or unwilling, to communicate the message that you are totally okay and acceptable as an independent gift of God, then your hard-to-control, sometimes errant behavior were primed for being labeled ADD, ADHD, Bipolar or some other behavioral disorder to view yourself ambivalently. The positive regard you received from your parents may have depended almost totally on how you acted, and unfortunately you learned that many of your behaviors weren't acceptable to them. So, identifying yourself with these objectionable behaviors, you inevitably came to see yourself as in many ways inadequate.
For example, parents may transmit to you the overall message that you're selfish--or not attractive enough, smart enough, good or "nice" enough, and so on. Peers state you’re crazy or unstable if you don’t think or act as they do. Religions tell you that you are evil or going to hell and society tells you that you don’t fit, form and function to their beat. So where does validity end? These subtle forms of emotional abuse, by all of them cause you to see yourself as only conditionally acceptable. In consequence, we learn to regard many aspects of our self negatively, painfully internalizing feelings of rejection you too often experienced at the hands of overly critical parents. And this tendency toward self-criticism is at the heart of most of the problems that, as adults, you unwittingly create for yourself.
You tend to parent yourself as to how you were parented originally. If you were frequently ignored, berated, blamed, chastised, or physically punished, you'll somehow contrive to continue this self-indignity. Historically, it's well-known that parents are far more likely to let you know when you do something that bothers them than to acknowledge you for our more positive, pro-social behaviors.
In fully comprehending your current reservations about yourself, you also need to add the disapproval and criticism we may have been received from siblings, other relatives, teachers--and, especially, your peers, who (struggling with their own self-doubts) could hardly resist making fun of your frailties whenever you innocently "exposed" them. At any rate, we share a common tendency to blame ourselves, or to see ourselves as in some way defective. It's as though we all, to whatever degree, suffer from the same chronic "virus" of self-doubt, fear and paranoia. Accepting yourself unconditionally (despite your deficiencies) would have been almost automatic had your parents conveyed a predominantly positive message about you and you grew up in a generally supportive environment. Understand and pardon yourselves for things that earlier you assumed must be your entire fault, can you secure the relationship to self that till now has eluded you.
Adopt a more loving stance toward yourself--the key prerequisite for self-acceptance--you must come to realize that till now you've pretty much felt obliged to demonstrate your worth to others, just as initially you concluded that you had to submit to the judgmental authority of our caretakers. Your approval-seeking behaviors since then (misguided or not) have simply reflected the legacy of your parents' conditional love. It's through this compassion that you can learn to like yourself more, and to view yourself as deserving of love and respect by very "virtue" of your willingness to confront (and struggle against) what previously you've found so difficult to accept about yourself.
To become more self-accepting, you must start by telling yourself (repeatedly and-- hopefully--with ever-increasing conviction) that given all of your negatively biased self-referencing beliefs, you've done the best you possibly could. In this light, you need to re-examine residual feelings of guilt, as well as your many self-criticisms and put-downs. Dissolve exaggerated feelings of guilt and shame based on standards that simply didn't mirror what could realistically be expected of you at the time.
That which, finally, determines most problematic behavior is linked to common psychological defenses. And it almost borders on the cruel for us to blame ourselves--or hold ourselves in contempt--for acting in ways that at the time you thought you had to in order to protect yourself from anxiety, shame, or emotional distress generally.
Self-acceptance also involves your willingness to recognize and make peace with parts of the self that till now may have been denied, shunned, or repudiated. I'm referring here to your illicit or anti-social impulses--your shadow self, which may have spooked or sabotaged you in the past. Still, it represents an essential part of your nature and must be functionally integrated if you are to become whole. As long as we refuse to accept--or in some way accommodate--split-off segments of self, full and unconditional self-acceptance will remain forever out of reach.
When you're able to sympathetically understand the origin of these darker, recessive fragments in you, any self-evaluation rooted in them begins to feel not only uncharitable but unjust as well. The fact is that virtually everybody harbors forbidden (and quite possibly, outrageous) impulses and fantasies--whether they entail brutally injuring someone you find obnoxious, exercising unbridled power over others, or (indeed!) running naked in the streets. And when you're able to recognize this, we're also well on the way to accepting ourselves without conditions. Appreciating that, however bizarre or egregious, most of our "evil imaginings," are probably little more than fantasized compensations for indignities, hurts, or deprivations you experienced in the past, you can now conceive your "aberrations" as, well, rather normal.
Further, even as you come to accept your shadow side you can still maintain voluntary control over how these parts of you are expressed that can ensure safety both to yourself and others. For as long as you've been able to re-connect to your deepest, truest self, we'll be coming from a place of love and caring. Owning and integrating your various facets is a transcendent experience. And when you--or really, your ego--no longer feel separate from others, any sinister motive to do them harm literally disappears.
Simply and purely put, You are responsible for You. Find your inner vibration and shed those things that bind your God and Goddess within and release to You. You are your own validation.
Christ Consciousness – Spiritual Currents
The human mind has spiritual currents running through its thought streams. These streams contain vital information from Spirit that is highly valuable to humans. Spirit is the source of everything TRUE, BEAUTIFUL, and GOOD and conveys these ideals through the human mind that intersect with a person’s beliefs, helping the individual ascend into the higher information that uplifts and improves the quality of life.
In human life, spiritual growth is achieved by aligning with these spiritual currents that come from both the personality and mind of Spirit by intellectual assent and emotional devotion. Christ Consciousness is the growing human recognition and blending of the human evolutionary (or ego) mind with the Divine Mind and the Divine Personality that is the source of human happiness and fulfillment. This awareness accrues over time within the consciousness of human thinking when intention, attention, and openness is focused on knowing who and what is that “christed” state of being—that higher mindedness of enlightenment.
As this awareness in the human mind grows and strengthens, life becomes more liberated, joyful, peaceful, and love-dominated. The fear which creates isolation and despair begins to diminish in thought and feeling. You are free to live the life you were born to live — as a child of Spirit in a love-filled and supportive universe.
The highest state of intellectual development and emotional maturity is sometimes termed the “christed” state because of the sacredness and purity of the individual who has achieved it. Jesus achieved this in his human life, and was given this term before his name as the recognition of his achievement of this spiritual status. This path is open to anyone regardless of their religious tradition if and when he or she is open to become a living vessel of LOVE and TRUTH on the planet and actively strives to attain it.
This is not a term used exclusively in the Christian religion, nor does it mean that you must adhere to the Christian belief system to attain this state. All of the world’s religious traditions offer a path to achieving this “christed” status, and people are free to find their way in the context of their religious choice. Each person has his and her own path to finding Spirit, and to open to allowing that path to unfold naturally. Sometimes people find their way within the context of certain religious beliefs that the major world’s religions offer; some people will find their way by blending some beliefs together in a unique and innovative way. All ways and paths are honored if they lead a person into becoming more loving, forgiving, patient, kind, compassionate, tolerant, and happy. All paths of LOVE lead to the same Source of All That Is. We all share the same Creator-Source as living expressions of that Source Personality and we all are moving back home to unite with our Source.
Christ consciousness is the state of awareness of our true nature, our higher self, and our birthright as children of God. Christ consciousness is our living expression as a child of Spirit as we unfold our own divine life plan onto the earth plane: bringing heaven to earth. Living in the reality of our “christed” self is actually being fully alive and invested in who we truly are. In our “christed” self we live as inspiration for others to seek this for themselves so we can collectively move our planet forward into the divine plan for planetary transformation and glorification.
It is the goal of human life to evolve toward Spirit. This is the journey that unfolds over the course of one’s lifetime—it is the adventure of moving from time and space to eternity. Spirit ever reaches into the hearts and minds of humans to urge us to choose the ascension path to unite with the Source of Creation. One way Spirit does this is to incarnate as a human to reveal Spirit’s personality to humanity to serve as encouragement to discover and walk the path of Spirit. God actually steps down into the skin of a human to show us the way back home. The person who fulfilled this role for us is Jesus.
Jesus’ teachings centered on helping people find their own internal source of Spirit. He lived what he taught. He was the embodiment of love and goodness, peace and understanding. His God-centeredness allowed him to achieve what we consider miracles because he understood the natural laws of the universe and was able to tap into the great power of love to bring healing to people. He practiced meditation and prayer to gain strength to meet the challenges of daily life. He consistently showed love, kindness, patience, gentleness to others and encouraged them to open to the Spirit within themselves. He said, “The kingdom of Heaven is within.” He lived his life to show us how to find Spirit and what a human personality looks like when he or she is Spirit-centered. He paved the way for us to find God for ourselves.
Jesus’ divine life plan disclosed itself to him over the course of his lifetime. Just as we can open ourselves to our Indwelling Spirits to find our own higher purpose, Jesus accomplished this during his human lifetime. He is an inspiring guide to help us achieve this for ourselves. Once he fully achieved his own state of “Christ consciousness” he was able to manifest and depict to others his divine self. His life purpose was two-fold and provides the living link between our Creator-Source and humanity: to show each person how to God in himself/herself and for himself/herself, and then to embody the Creator and reveal God’s love for each person to those who were ready to grow in Spirit.
The significance of Jesus’ life overshadows the Christian religion that evolved from human thought and beliefs about his life over the centuries. You can have a personal relationship with Jesus that is more satisfying than any idea coming from a belief system that you may have learned about him. Invite him to enter into your heart and mind and give you answers to the pressing questions about your life. Invite him to show who he is and the role he can play in your life to help you become more of who you truly are. You can ask him any question.
No question is off limits; even those regarding his teachings and the Christian religion that evolved around the events and mysteries of his life. He will give you the truth about himself and the teachings of Christianity that trouble you or cause you to have doubts about or reject him, questions about the crucifixion and why it occurred, questions about God’s relationship to humans, questions about his teachings and resulting human interpretation; anything at all. He is open to hearing your complaints, your questions, and your concerns. He will address each one of them in a manner that will have you amazed and delighted at what you learn.
Jesus is much better and more approachable than any institutionalized belief system about Him. In going directly to Him, you will get an enhanced picture of who He is and the role He can play in your life to help you become a better person, to find happiness and fulfillment, to accompany you during your struggles, to give you courage and strength, and to help you find the answers to all of the urgent and pressing questions of your life. He was tested here as a human and there is no one living past or present that has his unique perspective on life. He is here for you now. Invite him into your life and allow him to delight you to your heart’s content.
Seeded inside every human heart is a tiny bud. This is the embryonic soul: the growing part of your personality which houses your divine nature. What waters this seed is Spirit—divine love with its kaleidoscope components: color, vibration, sound, light, pattern, texture all a reflection of the magnificent wondrous Source of creation. The tender bud responds to everything that is good, beautiful, and true. Spirit energies weave around the little spark of divinity breathing life and love into it. Growth of self emerges as the divine nature and the human consciousness combine to yield a flower of great beauty and fragrance, unique and vital to cosmic fabric of reality.
The plan to become a large, loving, vibrant soul housed in a human body is the goal of our existence. It is our ideal to strive for. All of the potential for us to be our best self expressing our many talents, abilities, and divinely bestowed gifts can be realized in our daily lives. There is within our being, in our core, those endowments of Spirit that lovingly help us achieve this. We are so loved and adored by Spirit; we are offspring of Creation and Spirit constantly seeks to unify with us. Opening the door to our deepest nature means looking past those things that get in our way to seeing who we truly are and asking for that divine part of us to stir, awaken, and grow. Allowing ourselves to feel the adoration of Spirit for us is the means for us to open the door to becoming spirit.
Healing of the soul opens the door to our divine persona as the barriers that obscure our true selves are gently absorbed and eliminated by Spirit—pure love. To find your true self—to tap into your soul—is to go beyond the resistance and pain deep within your being, and to ask for the source of love within to expand all deeply-embedded obstacles of the psyche into light. Gently and gracefully will all of the crusty layers of a false self-image respond to the saving energies of Spirit as the new energies of radiant glorious light build you into a new substance like itself; pure Spirit. The new strands of energy change the environment in the consciousness of self and the body is built in the new language that changes the structure of DNA. Little by little do we become anew; truly are we then born of the Spirit claiming more and more of our divine birthright to be children of God.
As soon as the desire to ascend with your twin flame is set, and the sail is raised on your ship, the false hierarchy will send in those of attraction, of glamour, of heavy karma or even the initiators that come out of the depths of darkness posing as Jesus Christ, the holy one of God that is thy own.
You must remind yourself to call to Archangel Michael to defend the highest encounter, and to bind all impostors of your twin flame. Let us pray:
In the name of the Christ, or Divine Light within, I call to the blessed I AM Presence of our Twin Flames toward the sealing of our hearts, as one for the victory of our mission to humanity.
I invoke the Light of the Holy Spirit, For the consuming of all negative energies limiting the full expression of our Divine Twin Flame identity and the fulfillment of our Divine plan.
The world is neither good nor bad. Suffering arises from a wrong attitude. It is only the relation to our ego that makes it seem the one or the other. Watch your thoughts, for they become words. Watch your words, for they become actions. Watch your actions, for they become habits. Watch your habits, for they become character. Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny. Walk in the path of Light, you will be bathed in Light.
“All things whatsoever you would that men should do to you, do even so to them: for this is the law of the prophets.” (Matthew 7:12)
If those who lead you say, 'See, the Kingdom is in the sky,' then the birds of the sky will precede you. If they say to you, 'It is in the sea,' then the fish will precede you. Rather, the Kingdom is inside of you, and it is outside of you. When you come to know yourself, then you will become known, and you will realize that it is you who are the son of the living Father. But if you will not know yourself, you dwell in poverty and it is you who are that poverty.
As you face the daily decisions of good versus evil; Light over Darkness; be aware and recognize that the evil has no rules. It will appear as obvious darkness, or a liitle grey and sometimes it appears in white. Be in your center and recognize that darkness can reside in all, regardless of appearance. Evil can also speak Light, with a forked tongue. Be at one with your God and your faith, use all your senses and your prayer to recognize the dark and the many faces of evil.
When one stands at the doorstep to ascension and their complete acceptance, of Light or God, evil will stand beside you, dressed as Light. This is the final stand for evil to steal your soul from God, in the master seduction, before you pass through HIS door. Be strong against the temptation, as Jesus was, when tempted by Satan. Recognize evil's master disguise that will prevent your entry into the Kingdom of Heaven and your salvation.
The Sixth Bowl
"The sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up to prepare the way for the kings from the East. Then I saw three evil spirits that looked like frogs; they came out of the mouth of the dragon, out of the mouth of the beast and out of the mouth of the false prophet Prophecy. They are spirits of demons performing miraculous signs, and they go out to the kings of the whole world, to gather them for the battle on the great day of God Almighty. "Behold, I come like a thief! Blessed is he who stays awake and keeps his clothes with him, so that he may not go naked and be shamefully exposed."