July 9 Mantra (Love): “I love myself and I know that this will bring more love into my life.”
Loving yourself is important, but it’s also something you often struggle with. There’s an old saying, “If you can’t find what you’re looking for within yourself, you won’t find it outside of yourself.” This means that if you want to really feel love, fall in love with yourself first. Loving yourself will magnify the love sent your way. Love is a reflection, and by loving yourself first, you are able to love others more completely. So look at all your pictures of yourself and see the love that created you. Look at yourself in the mirror and say out loud, with a smile on your face, “I love you.” Say it the way you want to hear it. Whisper if you want, or shout it, or laugh at saying it if you feel that way, but express that you love yourself and who you are.
MAY I LEAVE THIS THOUGHT WITH YOU...YOU'RE GOING TO DISCOVER YOUR REASON FOR BEING HERE, AND WHEN THAT HAPPENS,YOUR LIFE WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AGAIN...THAT PICTURE I POSTED OF THE MOUNTAIN WHERE I SAID I SEE YOU AT THE TOP ...I SEE A FEW BUT FOR THOSE STILL CLIMBING KEEP GOING .. REST I YOU MUST BUT DON'T GIVE UP... I AM NOT THERE YET... BUT I WILL SEE YOU THERE!... HAVE A BLESSED DAY.... STAY SAFE.... STAY POSITIVE... LOVE AND LIGHT....
We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers. They see things in the soft haze of a spring day or in the red fire of a long winter's evening. Some of us let our dreams die, but others nourish and protect them, nurse them through bad days till they bring them to sunshine and light ~ Woodrow T. Wilson
Every passing moment is like a passing act in a play. Each of us are the actors playing out parts very well. An actor is never focused on another actors part, continually criticizing it. He just gets on with his own part, playing it as best he can.
This Drama of Life is eternal, predestined and accurate. Whatever anybody else says and does is their role, not mine. My task is to play my part right. Right thoughts restore rightness to the whole play.
Practice detaching yourself from your role and experiencing the truth, behind the role and you will find yourself loving every instant of your role and the Drama, too.