Sometimes I think, “I don’t have to do this, right? I’ve been doing this so long, been at regularly, who is going to notice if I skip a day or don’t give my ‘all'”? Then I get into a conversation with myself about giving all, not giving enough, taking the steps that I am able to and forgiving myself if I don’t “do more” (otherwise I feel guilty). Thankfully, this conversation has not been constant recently, as it has been in the past.
The answer to my question is: I notice. I notice when I don’t give my all, and–yes–I do often feel guilty if I don’t do more. All this stuff is on the surface today, and I want to back down. I want to recede. I want to just not do it. So today, I dig deeper to break through, and am thankful for being able to choose.
I lift my mind and heart to the Truth of Being, to all that Is, to All I Am. I accept my Self in Truth and offer my Self to All in gratitude for Its Being.
All I have to do is do what the Guiding Thought says to do. I don’t have to think. I don’t have to wonder. I don’t have to figure it out. Just…
lift my mind and heart to the Truth of Being
I don’t have to know what the Truth of Being is. All I have to do is follow directions.
I lift my mind and heart to all that Is
Lifting my mind and heart to all that Is brought up pictures of rabbits, trees, grass…and then the entire cosmos. ALL that IS!
I lift my mind and heart to All I Am.
Lifting here, feels like a descent. There’s an inner feeling about “All I Am” that touches me unlike the All that IS, and yet, I can’t help but think: they are the same.
I accept my Self in Truth
Accepting myself is difficult at times. But in Truth? Yes. I can do that.
I offer my Self to All in gratitude for Its Being.
In this moment, “ALL” was too much. For now, just for now, I offer my Self to this moment: to my breath, my sight, my emotions, my energy, my body. “All” is just now. Only right here. This. And that’s enough.