A decision made upon facing possible illness: “I’ve been my own worst enemy in fearing health conditions in the past, and it’s time to put faith into action and not aggravate the situation with meaningless fears.”
Recognizing that a behavior is irrational is the first step toward changing it.
On understanding the way the mind works: “I’m realizing that my superego (as Freud would say) is very strong, even severe. Maybe if I were more forgiving, my thoughts of what I ‘should’ do would be less punishing. The choice to do the loving thing is not at all coercive.”
5 thoughts on “Loving Thing”
You have many people around you that would pray and meditate on healing ❤️🩹 you if you gave us permission to do so. The Ray forces are there for you and for others to direct on your behalf.
Celia, there are some things you can do if you are close to a Golden City and a Southern Gate entrance point. If you let me where you live in the USA I can guide you. With an open heart, Kenneth 😊
I am not ill, Kenneth. Those words were written many years ago, just being posted now. Thank you for your concern. Love, Celia
Glad to hear you are Ok my friend. 😊
I guess with the emphasis on sickness in the pandemic for more than two years, we are inclined to think that somebody might need extra prayers. Thank you again. Love, Celia