I have forgotten my Self. I have forgotten who I am. I have forgotten that I was established in Love and by Love, which is infinite and eternal; therefore, my worth is infinite and eternal.
I seek to remember my Self. I choose to remember my Self.
I choose to remember who I am and my infinite worth in Love.
I choose to be aware, to understand, and to Know myself (my Self) as the Love I am.
I choose to share who I am with the world, giving my infinite worth, measured in infinite Love.
The Guiding Thoughts audio for this Journey may be found here.
[It appears I am having some technical difficulties in getting the audio to play. hopefully this will be resolved tommorrow!]
Not much of the Guiding Thought got in today. My brain seems to be working okay, but not at optimal processing, and this is the first Journey in a long time that I am reading and contemplating the Guiding Thoughts rather than listening and drawing. There is definitely different brain-functions between these two modes. I highly recommend you explore both for yourself.
A part of me is very excited to be back to contemplating/writing. It wants to think deeply, but I can tell it’s a bit rusty.
And that’s good, because it’s like getting a fresh start.
I am reminded of dear Steve’s writing from Journey of Purpose:
Goodness is our original nature. Buddhists say we exist before we are born. I like the term beginners mind, sometimes referred to as a void or blankness, where all things are possible. “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s there are few”. (Shunryu Suzuki, from Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind). Beginner’s mind is limitless and ready for anything. It is this purity that allows me to experience life, as it is. An empty cup can be filled, a full cup cannot. Thus I let go of pre-conceived notions of how life should be, and allow my Divine Mind to express through my activities in this world. (emphasis mine)
The one thing that tweaked my brain today was this, “giving my infinite worth, measured in infinite Love”.
When I read that I thought, “I am so far from that. I would not even know where to begin in the how to give my infinite worth, much less measure it”.
I feel like a child, a neophyte, a beginner; like I am at square one, not knowing what I am doing, where I am going–and in some regards even–how I got here, or what I want.
What am I doing, and why?
Don’t worry. Answers come. Day by day, thought by thought. Bit by bit, drop by drop.
Let the Unfoldment begin!
If you are curious here’s my writing from The very first Journey of Worth, seven, years ago Day 01.