Healing ourselves from the inside out
What is it that makes you, YOU?
Is it your name? Is it your relationships with your family and friends? Is it your choices of food, your taste in clothing, or the things you like to do in your free time? Is it the type of job you do? Is it your beliefs, whether religious, political, social, or cultural? Is it your height, gender, weight, body size and shape?
Whilst some or all of these facts will represent how you see yourself in the world, and how many others will see you as well, but they do not fundamentally represent Who You Are at the deepest level.
What if you were told that all the above was just information “programmed” into your cellular memory banks?
So many people tend to say things like, “I can’t help it… it’s my personality type!” or “it’s not my fault, it’s in my genes”, or “that’s just the way it is in my family”, and so forth. This simply isn’t true, unless you call faulty perception “truth”. Everyone can change their programmed responses just by becoming aware of their programming.
We routinely programme our subconscious mind to carry out repetitive tasks. If we learn a task sufficiently well, such as brushing our teeth or tying our shoelaces, it becomes a programmed habit, and we do it without even thinking about it.
We also programme ourselves in other ways, often without even realising it. For example, we may continue to buy the same brand of laundry liquid that our parents used to buy when we were growing up because there is an “inherited programme” of “safety and comfort” associated with that memory.
Many people are so completely identified with their personality and their life story that they don’t understand they can, in fact, change both.
How do we change, not just on the surface, but deep from within? How do we access our healing potential to radically heal and transform our lives from the inside out?
I believe that the key is to understand, and embrace, Who We Really Are. We must embrace our divine nature â€“ that which lies hidden behind the personality self.
We were all born into this worldly existence, and we will all die and leave it, sooner or later â€“ this much we do know.
If we will stop and deeply consider this fact, it begs the question of why such a passage exists? And, herein lies one of the keys to the remembrance of our true nature. We are each an extension of a greater, compassionate Non-Physical Energy. We came from that Source and will return to that Source when we die (Dissipate Identifying Energies).
If we can hold this inner awareness and understanding throughout our human lives, then our lives will be so much richer for it.
We will see differently, we will think differently, and we will ACT differently.
We are all visitors to this time, this place. We are just passing through. Our purpose here is to observe, to learn, to grow, to love… and then we return home.” Australian Aboriginal Proverb
If we take a droplet of water from the ocean, that droplet will have exactly the same properties as its source. There is no difference in quality, only in quantity. In like measure, we are made of the same substance as the Source from which we came, which some of us have called “God”. Humanity is the “sum” of God, and we are all the sons and daughters of God.
We have inadvertently allowed ourselves to become separated from our own truth and this has lead to an inner and outer struggle of immense proportions. We are spiritually and emotionally bankrupt, which is reflected in the chaos and turmoil of our modern day lives.
We have been told at least two great lies â€“ that we are separate from each other, and that we cannot heal ourselves. These lies have lead to feelings of disempowerment and disillusionment on a massive scale.
You are invited to move into awareness again, and self-realisation at the highest level. As we each come to remember our Non Physical essence, our world will come back into balance and wholeness.
Life isn’t about avoiding difficult moments, is it?
I believe that it isn’t. Rather, life propels us forward through contrasting, or unwanted, situations. Yet, we must want to use our difficulties to transform ourselves into something grander, something greater. It does not happen by default.
No one will ever have all the answers to life’s mysteries. Yet, that is not an excuse of a lack of inquiry into the unseen causes of our human lives.
There is a reason why you are currently in the job you are in, living in the house or apartment that you’re in, alone and happy, or lonely and unhappy, in a happy relationship, or in an unhappy relationship, why you have “the family from hell” or the most loving, caring family.
For every effect in our lives, there is a thought pattern that precedes and maintains it.
If you really want to change your life, you have to take ownership! And that means taking the time to go within each day, going back to your innermost essence, the true source of all your love, wisdom and power!