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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Spirit says:

"Look what we've been able to manifest in the last couple of weeks. Imagine if you were able to overcome your fear and do what you've been dreaming of."

If you're anything like me, you find excuse after excuse to not move forward with your hearts desires. Maybe life has made you cautious and in an effort to protect yourself you stand still until God gives you confirmation it's ok to move forward. But once you receive the confirmation do you doubt it and continue to block the blessings you've been praying for?

As someone who has been through hell and high water, I have a tendency to always expect the worst not realizing that it is in expecting the worst that causes the very outcome I was trying to avoid in the first place.

The old adage "Perception is reality." still stands true. Our attempts to be cautious are really just barriers of defense we've erected to prevent us from being disappointed and hurt. But when you attempt to barricade yourself away from the bad, you inadvertently barricade yourself away from the good as well.

A change in perspective allows us to see reality for reality and not the disillusionment we've created from fear-based narratives. Any moment I feel afraid I go within. Locating the root cause of the fear allows me to dismantle it for good instead of treating the symptom and having it return weeks or months later.

Find a place where you can be still and uninterrupted for at least 15 minutes. Focus on your breath, taking long, deep breaths in and out. Notice what comes up for you. Listen to the thoughts that are running through your mind during this moment and focus on your body's response to the thought. Do you tense up? Do you feel uneasiness in your abdomen? Does your breath get shallow? Really pay attention here.

After you have finished the breathing exercise, focus on this journal prompt:

What perceptions are you holding onto? Are they for your highest good?

I hope this morning reflection is something that will become a part of your daily rituals.

Until next time,

Miracles & Blessings!
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