Have you, too, found it easy to forget that you are whole and complete?
If so, you are not alone. Not at all. This epidemic of forgetting our wholeness is why the Akashic Records have been asking so many of us to remember this spiritual truth. So, quickly, and once again, let’s do that.
Simply say aloud, or within your heart, or both: “I AM whole and complete.”
And just take a moment to connect to that truth. How does it resonate now? Is it feeling any stronger?
Yes? No? Again, either answer is still OK, because either way, it’s still true. Either way, you are whole and complete and Divine.
The Truth of our Own Divinity
As children, we assumed nothing other than being complete. We couldn’t even imagine that being incomplete could exist, let alone what it would be like. That’s how naïve we often are as children — and how blessed.
Blessed because we are born connected to the truth of our own divinity, and as children we take that connection for granted — until something happens, and our naïveté is dented, cracked, or perhaps something worse. Poof! A few harsh words, or a fearful event, and our presumption of wholeness is infiltrated by doubt, shame, judgment, anger and maybe more.
Sometimes this happens in a series of events over time. Or, in the case of trauma, our wholeness might shatter all at once. Or so it seems . . .
Hoping to Fill in the Gaps
Later, as our lives progress, maybe it’s chronic stress that seeps into those cracks. Or, we might accept a belief that someone else is divine and has the answer to our problems.
There’s no counting the things we might allow to diminish our sense of wholeness and leach away our belief in ourselves as individuated aspects of the Divine.
And yet, we humans are hardwired to find our authentic nature once again . . .
It is true that along the way we might open to someone else’s trauma, or other lower energy, hoping it will fill in, or somehow glue together our gaps. Yes, because of our own pain, that of another can seem like it is ours. And at first, it can help us feel complete. It might even work for a while, until we can no longer deny that somehow something’s not right.
Maybe we lash out at that other person. Perhaps we blame them for putting “their stuff” on us. Along the way we might leave that relationship, get spun out of that job, or receive a significant diagnosis.
Whole, Complete, and Divine
But all of those things are simply steps forward on our inevitable path to remembering our wholeness, to reconnecting to our eternal divinity.
“I AM whole and complete.”
At some point we open to the fact that this always has been true, whether we could remember it or not.
Once again if you will please . . .
“I AM whole and complete.”
Yes, you are whole and complete and Divine.
Are you ready to live your life with more lightness and freedom?
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