Right now, humanity is standing at the apex of its ultimate discovery—that we are more than we ever believed or were taught to think that we are. This theme has run repeatedly in my life as of late, which usually means that it is a message that need be tended to and shared. With arms open wide, I have been blessed to come to the understanding that we are all after the same thing; really. We are all on the path of discovery of the consciousness that lies within us. In what I consider to be a global evolution, people all across this beautiful planet of ours are beginning to understand that healing is revealing and are awakening and remembering who they really are.
Neville Goddard said: “There is a power inside every human against which no earthly force is of the slightest consequence.”
I invite you to take moment to really digest the quote above. If you could truly understand; truly comprehend the magnitude of that statement, you would most certainly feel empowered. You would have nothing of which to be afraid. You would appreciate and cherish with humble gratitude the magnificent essence of your true Self. You would know more than you know that you know that you have everything that you could ever want or need—and it lies within the beautiful retreat of your Soul.
“Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future.” –Oscar Wilde
Remembering Who You Really Are
So, why are we still so afraid? Why do we continue to perpetuate the same negativity inside our Souls? What is holding us back from experiencing the greatest expression of ourselves?
The answer to the above questions is simple: the pain of separation. We cannot forgive ourselves for what we’ve allowed other people to do to us; or what we have done to ourselves. We are either living in the past, replaying the same painful memories over and over and therefore experiencing the same painful experiences again and again, or waiting on some future event to create a more favorable outcome for us.
But deep inside us there is an imprint of perfect health that is revealed by healing.
Many of us have become addicted to the pain of separation and thus we have forgotten who we really are.
“The start of any healing in your life is revealing your hurt. If you want to get over your emotional hurts, you have to share them with somebody.” –Rick Warren
If we can admit to ourselves that we have been living in pain and reveal our emotional hurts, we can begin to open up to the freedom of the healing process. As with any addiction, the first step in recovery is acceptance, or admitting to your addiction.
It is only by acknowledging and becoming aware of your pain that you can transcend it.
But that takes courage. That takes a willingness to look for the lighter side of Life. In order to transcend our lives of painful mediocrity, we must be willing to find that switch and turn on the Light. Then, and only then, can we break down the walls that have created barriers for us and become ONE with the ever-loving Source of All Creation.
And I believe that is where we are headed as a race. We are stepping out of the shadows of our past and turning our faces to the light of our Presence to reveal our Truth, our Essence, our Joy.
And that gives me great hope.
Please view this short lecture by Gregg Braden, renowned author, speaker and scientist which reveals how healing takes place in our lives when we focus on remembering who we really are:
Charlotte “Char” D. Piper is a blogger, entrepreneur, creative spirit, wife and mother. Her passions include holistic health and wellness, as well as coaching and mentoring others on living a life of balance. She is the main contributor to LifeAndWorkInBalance.com, a blog she and her husband, Bill started to aid people in living lives of financial freedom through health and wellness. In her free time, Char can be found reading, dancing wildly, cooking, spending time with family and of course, writing.