It’s easy to forget our Divine nature when we’ve been through a lot of trauma, abuse, and steep life challenges but it’s still there, shining behind the thoughts we think about those experiences – many of which were just not true. Someone does something and we believe we have the only logical explanation for their actions… let a similar experience happen a couple more times and we might just start believing that there is something wrong with us. But, what if the assumptions were all wrong? What if we ended up forming a false, limiting belief? What if much of what we’ve seen/learned is through all the recycled beliefs that our parents acquired when they were trying to make sense of their own lives? And how about the plethora that society bombards us with daily?
Underneath the issues we all carry is a Divine force so many of us find ourselves intermittently disconnected from throughout our lives. Some are fortunate and diligently practice ‘keeping the plug in.’ Sometimes, life holds experiences that are so devastating that we go deep into the pain until it is repressed, or healed. These difficult life experiences can cause us to look long and hard at how we see ourselves and who we are in the world.
As uncomfortable as it is, taking time to look under this rug of wonders is a good thing because it can totally transform how we live life. I know from my own experience that the dissonance has been a call to come home again and live into the present me.
Check out the video I made highlighting some thoughts on this journey – a warrior’s journey – back to find the Truth of one’s heart and spirit, and remembering our innate, infinite Divine nature..
If you would like to complete some worksheets on the same topic, feel free to download them here: … Remembering Your True Divine Nature
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Love & Blessings,