Sunday, April 25, 2010

Embracing Upliftment

We don't have to continue to believe what we were
taught when we were young.

It's all in what we embrace. Those who embrace scarcity shall be subjected to it; those who embrace sickness shall experience its ill effects; those who embrace violence shall perish by it; but those who embrace Love and a caring Spirit shall be embraced by Love in return.
What we put out is what we get back.

If you find that you've been attracting challenges and discomfort into your life, you can start out by making an intention to be more gentle with yourself from now on.

Whenever you're feeling weak or feeling down, you can draw on the energy and power that comes from the spark that lives deep inside of you, the spark that animates your entire being.
Call it up!
If you need to sing, sing loudly.
If you need to pray, pray loudly.
If you need to tone, tone proudly.
Do whatever it takes to lift your Spirit so you can look down and see your life, playing itself out. Then you, the person in charge, can watch and decide what is best for you.

Remember that when you lift yourself up, even in the slightest degree, the whole of Humanity is lifted up in the same measure. You lift all of Humanity up when you reach out for your greatest happiness.

Who knows, maybe one day soon you'll cast aside a last lingering belief surrounding your scarcity, sickness, or suffering and, in that joyous moment of release, it will be just enough for the whole world to breach an ancient barrier and be lifted up to its next level of experience.
So Be It!

My Intention for today is:
I Intend that I am embracing
that which is uplifts me
and my fellow travelers.

2 comments:

Zoe said...

Beautiful in all ways Susette!
I am reading a great book I wanted to share with you - 7 Stages of Money Maturity by George Kinder. It's really good! A buddhist perspective on money, also practical and helps at another level of releasing old beliefs around money.
Blessings! zoe

Susette said...

Thank you for that book tip, Zoe! I will check it out!

With Love and Gratitude,
Susette