When we choose to look at another person’s identity assets and disregard our own uniqueness in any way, by allowing ourselves to feel less than that person, do you know what we do to ourselves?
1. We give our true power away.
2. The act of giving our true power away causes us to disrespect our own true light, therefore we disrespect our feelings and thoughts about who we perceive ourselves to be.
3. We then allow ourselves to become vulnerable to the belief that someone else’s identity assets are better than our very ability to define our own unique creativity.
4. Our face we present to the world becomes a mask of petrification of the identity beliefs of others and their choices of belief about what our identity should be.
5. We then choose forms of behavior driven by our ego, to validate our choices of being this identity we think we should be, such as pride, jealousy, and greed to name a few. We compete unfairly to reduce the less worthy feelings we feel because we’ve allowed ourselves to be compromised in a better than/less than situation and this pains our spirit deeply. Or we allow ourselves to exist in a state of feeling powerless.
6. Truly, these behaviors cause us to feel deep anger at ourselves because we gave our right to choice, our divine right, given us by our Creator, our power of self respect, away for approval outside of ourselves. What we’ve actually done is given our right to take personal responsibility for who we truly are, away.
7. Out of fear, or feelings of unworthiness, this anger causes us to place ourselves in a position of projecting this anger onto others in our lives, or those whom we’ve allowed to make ourselves feel unworthy because we haven’t chosen to take personal responsibility for our very own uniqueness!
8. There is always a better choice to make! This choice is about taking the power of your own uniqueness back and paying attention to your own light!
Latent Joy is the potential we have to understand the act of taking personal responsibility for why we allow ourselves to feel less worthy. This place inside of ourselves, is our beginning to our very own creation of divine respect. Once we do this, we can shine!
The death of what I learned to be
Will emerge the real me.
How long must I live these parts of me,
That I don’t need to be;
For they keep me static.
I become heavy, weathered, worn and brittle,
And I break.
I must look to His light on these parts of me,
And follow it up high,
To the spirit of me.
When I ask in prayer,
My spirit will help guide me there,
To become the busy weaver,
Of my true creativity.
Through my spirit,
The highest force in the universe
Will flow into me.
I become filled with His true gift for me,
And I will shine.
A star of joy I am to be.
©2010 Cindy Eksuzian, all rights reserved.
“Walking On HIS Footstool,”
A trail from individuation to divine respect.
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