“You return to the Father’s house, that is, to the loving consciousness that you are, whenever anything that arises from your being is embraced in it [i.e., in our being].” COL bk.2, 19:II
If we embrace all that arises in us, arises from our being, then we metaphorically return to the Father’s house. We don’t need to reject any part of ourselves; resistance just makes the negativity cling to us. If we embrace, we are enfolded by God Himself, Who teaches us that all things are either from Him, or allowed by Him.
We do have a loving consciousness, but we are often unaware of it. Yet love is the great panacea of all that ails us. And being conscious of love will cure the negativity that rejection of that negativity does not.
I would embrace my being today, my being as a loving consciousness. Tell me, dear God, how to do this. Don’t let me get lost in my own little mind, a little mind that doesn’t know which way to turn.
If I turn to You, You will guide me to embrace all parts of my being, and this action will always heal me.