“No matter how hard we fall, we have to get back up or we allow the darkness of our actions to out shine the truth in our heart.”
Forgiveness of our self is harder than forgiving others because when we stray from the voice of our own heart, it remembers the pain of feeling us pull away and knows it was darkness that pulled us.
We might have a deaf ear at times toward the voice of our heart, but our fall does not have to shut off our hearing… it can jolt us into turning up the volume so it is harder to be pushed or pulled again .
We empower the voice we feed and whatever we empower is what we will serve to others, so we must be conscious of what we are feeding on because if we are not absorbing love and positivity, we are serving poison.
When ones spirit is unknown to the mind, the mind is in control with only moments of supernatural clarity of the spirit.
The mind wants us to believe that we are nothing but a physical being because it knows that if we connect to the voice of our spirit we will no longer spin in mindful thinking.
Our internal senses is our spirit speaking; so we must listen even when it goes against what our mind would want to do, because there is a Divine plan for each of us and by connecting to our spirit we make the plan flow, instead of prolonging the outcome of what is destined to be.
“When we are lonely and searching for companionship our personal search will lead us to someone that will leave us feeling lonelier than when we began our search.”
There is a Divine connection for all of us, but when we become impatient in waiting for the arrival of Mr. or Mrs. Right we disregard our internal alert system that is warning us to continue waiting for divine timing and we jump in to a relationship that is not meant to be.
We need to take our alone time and figure out who we truly are before we jump into a relationship out of loneliness. It is then when we are ready to share our life with another, when we least expect it, they will appear in divine timing.