Don't Fight The Feeling

On this spiritual journey I have discovered many things about myself that force me to take notice of my state of mind. When taking full assessment of myself and understanding what it means to have an ego and how that can take a hold of me, I begin to understand why I take so many things personally. The truth of the matter is I don't have to take anything personally. My ego provides me with a false sense of self. It hungers for a position of separation and provides my mind with the idea of the reality that it desires.

There are many of those among us who make great strides and accomplish great things. This fact must not loose sight of the reality that anything accomplished by any person is not isolated from our experience and the reality that we create. We see things as we want to see them. Our lives come from the most preeminent thoughts that we carry and the results are born from that.

Now is the time to diminish or rather eradicate our egos. The ego in its own selfishness keeps us from experiencing our oneness with the universe, with God.

I'm working on this and what I have found is that it starts with forgiveness. No matter what type of wrong that someone has done to you (you actually attract it to you), you have to forgive in order to truly be free. In that forgiveness you release resentment and hurt and find the place where you can access the feelings of happiness and joy that are embedded in your core.

Feelings of happiness and joy mixed with faith will always fulfill your desires and affect the universe in a positive manner. It starts with you and how you feel. How do you feel?

1 comment:

Dawud Muhammad said...

You are absolutely right! I'm done the same self analysis. What I've found is that I am the whole reason why my life wasn't working as I wanted. Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work and I'll see you at the top.