WE FOR-GIVE BECAUSE...

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WE FOR-GIVE BECAUSE...

We for-give because...

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It gives love a way in to what you carry, to what is heavy in your heart and mind. It gives you a way out when you choose to for-give. When you give the love a way in. When you choose with your free will to declare you want a different way, even if it’s a mustard seed of faith, belief, trust- it is enough for love to take the lead. When we choose to for-give and recognize that the thought, belief, experience, memory, judgment, pain we carry is in our minds - at a thought level, we can give the power of love a way in to open the space for healing, guidance and understanding. These are things you most need. When we for-give, grace and compassion arrive, clarity and truth show up. The path is being illuminated.

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A shift of perception is called a miracle #ACIM and miracles are always with us. At times we are carrying a block that is keeping us from our light within to know where to go and how to navigate forth. When we choose to for-give we recognize that what we are carrying no longer serves us. Keep in mind fear (the ego mind) clings to this, it needs the heavy to keep its story real though there has always been another way. This way is love. We when for-give (see it as two words) we give love a way in.

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Love had no opposite. It is always here and working for your good. Love teaches us and we will learn the lessons we most need. Sometimes the lessons come with tears, frustration, wonderings etc though they are always worth it because they always carry the miracle and through this you will SEE it differently. You will feel your healing. Your perspective change. Your understanding will ground you. It will show you how far you have come. How much you have grown from the work you are choosing to do.

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This work can never be taken from you. When we clear space through for-giving we are doing “the work” we most need. This practice is the foundation in the @artofdailypractice. This practice has shifted my entire perspective and not a day goes by that I don’t practice it.

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