As posted in a comment I made at the, “I Am Light” event page on Facebook

I have something I would like to share…

I wanted to take a few moments to share a sort of testimonial with everyone. Towards the end of last month and the beginning of this month I found myself helping some people move. The process took nearly a week, and it was long drive down and back, 6+ hours. When I started I had little or no thought about using whatever money I earned for this to see Mr. Dyer. But over the course of the work it became my reason for doing it. My initial reason was just to help out.

The work became very physically demanding. But it was an answer to my request. I had made it clear that I did not want to do “yard work” type work anymore. I have had a number of jobs through my life. I have helped maintain apartment buildings, I have washed dishes, I have been a security guard, I have driven a double-jack for very long periods of time, getting pallets of orders ready, stepping up and down on a concrete floor, I have bucked hay and oat bales, mostly hay, and I was even a janitor for a while, though I swore I would never do that kind of work. I lasted a month. Oh and for one day I ripped crabs apart at a canary. Don’t let anyone tell you animals are stupid, or aren’t aware, or anything like that. I still remember vividly one crab, at the bottom of my bin, backing away from me, after I had “processed” most of the other crabs in the bin. I remember it looking right at me as it backed away. It knew what was coming, and I am afraid that I have become somewhat monk-like towards animals and insects since then.

The Universe, or if you prefer, Source, knows everything about me, among those things it knows are that I never want to do any of these kinds of work again, and I know longer believe in the myth that if you work hard you will get anywhere or that it means anything. I know what working hard got me, and I know what it got my father, and the most accurate way I can detail it is through that Alan Watts video on YouTube done by the people that animated South Park: You will know the part I am talking about when you see it.

I ended up in these kinds of work because I did not embrace the work that compelled, drew or spoke to me. I have since embraced that work, which, like Mr. Dyer, is writing. I have since chosen to do fulfilling, meaningful work that pays well. But here is something important to keep in mind… I have not closed myself off to any other kinds of work. That openness, that willingness to help, to receive what the Universe has provided, allowed me to accept the work of helping these people move.

Now I did not get properly paid for my effort and time. I am entitled to this opinion, but not to criticizing and judging those I chose to help out. I could focus on this DO NOT, what I did not get or do not want, but I would then get the hole: This is something I came to realize and wanted to share with others. No, instead I will focus on what makes me feel good, as Abraham would put it. I like to say that it makes me feel lighter. There is sort of an electric joy/happiness thing. You find yourself smiling and laughing easily. You feel charged, but at the same time you feel like you weigh less all of a sudden. I am becoming familiar with this feeling, and I practice choosing doing and thinking things that make me feel like that.

So what I wanted to share with everyone was that I earned $200.00, enough to go see Mr. Dyer! When I set my intention here I had no idea how I would ever be able to go. I was determined just to stand outside. Then there was this worry that the seats would be sold out by the time I had money, even if I did earn it. I had to let that go to. I learned a few more things, to step out in FAITH, not in FEAR. Whenever I caught myself in a FEAR response or thought process, I became aware of it, and chose a FAITH based way of thinking. But the Universe was milking my training for all it was worth! I had also set, some time ago, an intention, a firm resolution, to master the manifestation process. Be careful what you ask for!

Since then school has been in session, and the course work has been rigorous! I found myself spending some of this money, and that $175.00 minimum I needed drew closer and closer. FEAR had slipped in the back door, as it seems to like to do. I finally came to realize that I had to be willing to let go. That was the FAITH way of thinking and course of action. I had to have FAITH, I had to TRUST, that the Universe would provide. I had to be WILLING to spend the money if so compelled, drew or needed. So I did, I let it go. I stepped out in FAITH. I came home to find my dad had given my aunt some cans to turn in for me, as she lives in Oregon, and she had $10.00 waiting, unknown to me!

The next thing that happened was that I had offered to help my dad do his janitorial work at the church, because he had been right there with me during the moving process, and was really beat up like I was. So I knew he would need help. I had been clearly instructed by what I call the Voice Inside that I was not to apply for the janitorial job there, working with my dad. But helping him out to catch up was OK. So I did about 3 hours of vacuuming and moving tables. It allowed him to get a 2 hour rest time later on in the day before retuning back to work, and I received another $20.00!

Now I had learned not to worry about what I would be paid. That was another realization I had during this time period. Again I had to step out in FAITH and trust that the Universe would provide. If anything or anyone knows the value of my effort and time, that would be it. But it is more than that. Going in what an attitude of being repaid or recompensed in some way is going in closed off and tight. It’s a heavier way to be. How can you be truly open and willing to do the work you are brought in to do if you expect to be paid, and not only that, paid a certain amount? I think there is a societal belief here that maybe is false. I am not sure though, I am still in school here. But it seems to me you open yourself up to more when you go in with no expectations. Although this whole expectation thing is confusing to me. I think Seth recommends it, but in my own personal experience I have found it can close me off.

With that $30.00 I had enough to buy my ticket! Then I had to, once again, face the FEAR of letting it go. My cousin and her daughter are staying here right now, and the current apparent psychical reality for them is homelessness. That is not, however, the reality I see for them. In any case I was talking to the daughter, and I discovered she is an artist. That she had some multicolor sharpies that were since used wrongly or stolen, so she no longer had them and it seems as if she missed them. I knew I wanted to, and needed to, encourage her in her artistic pursuits. I denied that aspect of myself which is a writer to my extreme detriment. I learned a hard and painful lesson, in fact I am still learning from it.

As a result I am determined to encourage other artists. I found myself at Micheal’s today, perhaps the most expensive art supply store in this country. Maybe some places in New York would beat it. I struggled, once again, with letting go of the money. But I felt I needed to go in, I wandered, I found the Sharpies, and on the way there I found myself in that space of willingness. I realized I had a little extra money over the $175.00 I needed, so I could get something, and if it went over, the Universe would provide. I found those Sharpies, tuned in as best I could and chose 4 colors, which I purchased. I just gave them to the daughter tonight. This was a gift with no attachments. I just wanted to encourage and support her. That’s it, and that willingness, to spend that money to do this, and the act itself, gave me that charged-light feeling. If Abraham is correct, and I believe this collective consciousness is, then those are the kinds of feelings I should be following from my Emotional Guidance System.

Which brings me to end result… I have just purchased my ticket for “I Am Light!” I do not have the transportation worked out yet. I do not have a place to stay in Portland after the conference is finished. I really wanted at least 1 day, and hopefully more, to absorb the information from Mr. Dyer and his co-speaker. I wanted to get away from my family and the environment of their mindsets, just for a little while, and I guess you could say, “come down” from this experience. Otherwise I would be like a goldfish taken directly from the bag and thrown into a bowl. I wanted time to write and to cement the things I learn and have come to realize, so that I could come into an environment of a lower vibration, I guess you could call it, and be not as affected by it. I know that I create my reality. I know that I create the reality of the environment I live in. I get that. So I can’t justify this desire. I just wanted to get away from my family, the Christian focus here, and I have wanted to do so for some time. So that’s why I wanted to stay overnight, at the very least, somewhere in Portland. I have this dream of some old, classy hotel that is clean and well-maintained, with good food options for a vegetarian like myself.

Well I know not to focus on what I do not have. Instead I will visualize the ticket I need for my transportation, and I will search, maybe tonight, for hotels in Portland, maybe print out pictures of a room or suite I would like to stay in and put those on my wall, right over the “I Am Light” printouts.

The whole point of my sharing this with you is to show you that yes, the manifestation teachings of Mr. Dyer, Abraham through Esther Hicks, and Seth through Jane Roberts, to name a few, are true. Or as I like to say, from Osho, a direct, “pointing to the truth.” I did not make the work happen that earned me the money to purchase my ticket. I did not try to make anything happen. In fact, trying to make anything happen guarantees that at the very best, that is what I will get, but it will wear me down in the process. I went through that when I was reading Michael Beckwith. I tried to think only good thoughts, to visualize what I wanted to happen all the time. I think it was more exhausting than that moving work I did. At least on a mental level. It is, as Abraham says, “Paddling your boat upstream.” Not the way to go.

Also important to note here is that I did not earn the money for my ticket at the expense of anyone else. Quite the opposite in fact. I helped some people moved who needed the help. I helped my dad. If he had tried to move them on his own, I don’t think he would have made it. He might have hurt himself. Then, even if he had managed to pull it off, it probably would have taken longer and he would have even more work to do at the church. If I didn’t help him with that either, he would have been in a really bad place. Now that is the reality he created for himself. That is his path. It is just as wrong to want to try to change or convert him as it would be to save him. Everyone has to live with the consequences of their choice. Otherwise they will not learn the lesson they need to learn. They chose the education they will receive in their physical lifetime. We can help when the Universe brings us to them, but we are not to interfere, because that would be to their, and our, detriment.

So I helped those people move, I helped my dad helped them move and do his church work. I encouraged and supported a teenage artist. I didn’t make any of this happen. I am not running around in tights wearing a cape. Nothing I have done will earn me a medal. There are no rewards waiting for me in Heaven or somewhere. I FLOW, as best I can, and help as compelled or drawn, as it works out in that flow. The things I do may never be anything that anyone would label important or major. But if we are serving to earn some sort of reward our heart is not in the right place, and we are not really serving anyone other than ourselves.

I have not subtracted from anyone or anything, only added. There is not somehow less of something somewhere because I manifested this money for myself. It is not selfish to set an intention and create a desired reality for yourself in some area. Not even for a mate or sex. The Universe provides, that is all it does. It does not criticize or judge. You can ask it for anything, it is provided. Your only work is the asking (are you focused on what you want or what you do not want?), then being ALLOWING, OPEN and RECEPTIVE. That’s it, that’s the practice. You FLOW, you point your nose downstream. You take your hands off the situation. You don’t tell Santa Clause how and when and in what way you get your gift. You ask then leave the details to the big man in the red suit. You control your life and at the same time you don’t.

What that means is that you can design your life however you wish, you can visualize it down to the tiniest detail if you so desire. Then you make your request, but after that you are done. You are no longer in control. You leave the details to the Universe. Logically you know that you have a limited, physical perspective and the Universe, being energetic, is not limited. So you see a few pieces, you know how you want the puzzle to go together. The Universe sees the whole picture and already knows the absolute best place, or better to say Highest Vibration place, for every piece of every puzzle to go.

I am not preaching at you here, taking the teachings from some book or books and throwing them at you. I am not trying to change or convert you. I am sharing with you, from my own personal experience, how the process of manifestation works. I am pointing at the moon, as directly as I can at this moment in my life. You are seeking the moon, that is the TRUTH you are after. It is up to you to choose whether or not to start walking in that direction, then begin to take each step, if that is what you have chosen.

I have encountered a lot of resistance over the teachings of Abraham and Seth, even in the most spiritual of environments I like to visit, the Tao Bums. It is seen as “New Age” or some sort of immature spirituality. I had to leave the forums for a while because I knew, I KNEW, that what I was reading was truth, or the most direct pointing to it I had encountered. It RESONATED with me, just as many of the things Mr. Dyer has taught have resonated with me. I am looking forward to hearing him, and his co-host, speak. This will be the first time I have ever attended a conference or seminar that wasn’t business or Christian oriented. I am looking forward to being in a Higher Vibration environment, even if it is only for one day. My thanks to Mr. Dyer and Mrs. Moorjani!

You Never Need Healing

Are you fighting something? A summer cold, the flu, aids, cancer? Then you have made your first mistake. It’s OK, you don’t know any better. You are never sick. You never have a summer cold. You never have aids. You never have cancer. It is your body that seems to be experiencing these things. Your first mistake is to identify yourself with your body.

You are not a sinner. You are not imperfect. You do not need saving. You never need healing. You, beyond the mind, its thoughts and the body you have been raised to identify yourself with, is perfect and divine. As Florence Scovel Shinn says, “There is no sickness in Divine Mind.” If whatever or whoever you call God brings sickness and death, well if I were you I would find another religion.

The truth about God, whatever name you call Him/Her/It, is that His/Her/Its true form is simply energy. There is no ego, none of the failings of what we associate with humanity. This energy is perfect, loving and creative. It does not punish, judge, criticize, get angry, get jealous, require sacrifice or anything else. You are tied directly to this energy, it is what gives you life, and you can use that energy however you wish. There is no punishment, no judgement, no karma, no threat of eternal damnation. There are only consequences for your choices.

How can your body be sick? You are connected to a source of Infinite Healing! How can you be poor? You are connected to a source of Infinite Resources! The real you already has everything it needs! The sooner you wake up to the fact that you have a direct connection to the source of everything you would give the human constructed label of good the quicker you can make the circumstances of your life exactly what you want them to be! In fact, without your awareness of it, you have already done this. The circumstances of your life now, at this present moment, are exactly those that you have created. Consciously or subconsciously it does not matter. The beliefs you have claimed as your own, your thoughts about reality, about your life, about yourself – all of these and more have the consequence of the life you experience right now. You really did bring this affliction on your body, and as you have brought in on your body you can also remove it from your body. The same thing can be said for any mental or emotional affliction.

Choosing to give power to whatever it is your body is fighting is still a choice, whether you call it that or not. It is up to you where you ascribe (give) power. To heal your body you only have to give power to yourself, if you do not follow a religion, or the God you serve, if you do. But I would say even giving this power up to some other entity outside yourself is not the best choice. Better to realize that the power which gives you life is more powerful than anything in Creation. Know this, believe it and feel this Truth in every cell of your body. It is up to you to claim this power for yourself, to take control, to be responsible for your life and experiences.

Also do not dwell on what you do not want. Don’t lay there thinking, “I don’t want to die!” Every time you have that thought, or something similar, you give death power over you. Why do you believe you will die from your cancer, your aids or whatever “life threatening” disease your body is afflicted with? “Well because so-and-so did…” or “Because everyone knows that you die from this…” or “Because that is what I read on the internet…” or “Because that is what my doctors say…” Bullshit!

Nobody died from this affliction. Their body ceased to function. But no life was ultimately threatened. And just because a million others died from the same thing does not mean you will. Doctors know about the human body, but they can only know it in general. Every human body is different, and even if they were all exactly the same the software (programming) that allows you to interact with your machine is different, and even if that were also the same, the pilot is different, and even if that were the same the choices you can make can be different.

There is a raging debate going on about uniqueness and how we are not truly separate, that we are all connected to each other and our world. That there is no “I”, no pilot at all! I haven’t been able to wrap my head around this yet. But I remain open and receptive to the possibility it is true. But what I do know is that we all make our own choices. And those choices have consequences. And those consequences can be that you die, like everyone else, or that you live, like a few others. That’s something else to keep in mind. Some have beaten the very thing your body is afflicted with. Nothing is impossible. Nothing is unbeatable, not even death itself.

The reason you grow old and die is because you watched your parents grow old and die, and they watched their parents, on and on to the beginning of this human construct we call time. Yet of the Bible is accurate at all there was a time when people lived hundreds of years. Even today some make it well past their 100’s, despite all the facts and figures about the environment, pollution, stuff in our food, etc, that tell us we shouldn’t live past 70. This belief that your body will grow old and die is not yours. Spend some time thinking about it. You will see it is adopted from sources outside yourself. And the same thing applies to your beliefs about your body’s affliction.

Cancer, aids and other “life threatening” diseases are not a death sentence. You can’t die. You never will. The only thing that could die is your body. It can only die if you buy into any beliefs that say it will as a result of whatever it is you are fighting. You make a choice when you do this to let your body die. Are you really ready to give up and stop living? Are you sure you are done here in this world? Have you experienced all you want to experience? No? The get off your ass and start telling yourself, “I Am Healthy!” “I Am Well!” Accept the condition of your body, but understand, know, believe and feel that this is not real.

If the body can be sick it can also be well. You choose which it will be. Refuse to give into doubt and fear. Know that you are healed, that there is no sickness in Divine Mind, that you were not born into this earth to experience sickness and death, that these are adopted conditions you no longer believe in. With every fiber of your being, with a deep knowing that surpasses belief, live every moment in the knowledge that your body is healthy and well. That you are more powerful than this affliction. Refuse to give it any of your power. Your focus is only on being healthy and well. As I have said in another writing you are the woman reaching out in faith for Jesus’s robe, knowing that if you touch it you will be healed. This is your mindset and the level of faith you must have. You are reaching out to your Higher Self, that energy inside you that is truly you, not your body, not your mind, knowing that this energy inside you heals your body. You touch that energy and you are healed, and this can be instantaneous.

These words, the things I have said here, go against the grain of what society teaches. We are raised to believe our parents, believe in things like old age and death, believe that doctors know what’s best for us. Or we are raised to believe that we shouldn’t use doctors at all. These are all adopted beliefs, and they are all wrong. Doctors exist for a reason, you should definitely make use of them if you can. But you should never ascribe power to your doctor to heal you, nor should you ascribe it to your religion (set of beliefs.) Whether or not you are healed is solely your decision, the same for any young ones in your family you are responsible for,m until they can take charge of their own bodies. Make use of all the resources that society provides, but do not buy into any beliefs that weaken your own faith and inner knowing. There is no room here for doubt and fear.

I can not claim to know all the intricacies of this process. It seems to take time, which of course is a human perspective, for things to manifest (become real) here on the physical plane. There may be factors involved I am not aware of. I can tell you that I have been sick a few times, and I get well much quicker now. I ascribe power to the Source, knowing that it is more powerful than any affliction of my body, and that the real me draws from that power. Of course it could be that the Advaitist’s are right, that I and the Source are really one and the same. That there is no separate entity “out there.” Again I have not been able to get that far yet. But I am growing and learning. I am open and receptive to the Truth, whatever it may be. I am like a flower open to the sun, angled to the sun’s warmth, knowing by that warmth that it is there. Someday I may realize that I am sun! We shall see.

So don’t make the mistake of saying, “I am sick…” because that only makes sickness the reality you experience. Likewise do not say, “I don’t want to die!” because that is a lie. You can’t die, only your body. When you focus on what you don’t want that is powering this negative thing with fear, which  once again makes it the reality you experience. Also let go of any negative beliefs you hold, especially the ones you have adopted. Just because it has happened a certain way in your past, or to others, does not mean it will happen to you the same way. That is probably one of the worst assumptions you can make. Don’t ascribe power to your doctor or your religion to heal you or anyone else. These can help but the healing choice remains with the one that has the affliction in their body. Understand that neither medicine or prayer have any power to heal. It is your belief in these that channels the healing power through them. so make use of doctors and prayer, but ascribe power to that divine energy that you think of as God. It is this energy that heals, not you, not your religion, not your doctor and not any medicine you could take. Remember Jesus said, “It is your faith that has made you well.”

It’s time to reprogram yourself and change the way you have been thinking. To break the chains of all the beliefs you have adopted. It’s time to think for yourself, take responsibility for your time here in the physical realm, and decide whether your body will be healed or remain sick, whether your body will live or die. The choice is yours. Not your doctor’s, not your parent’s, not anyone “out there.” It is up to you and you alone. If you can read and understand these words you can make this choice.

Who Am I?

I would like to invite you to take a few moments and ask yourself this question. “Who Am I?” Now listen to your inner dialogue..

“I Am A Wife” or “I Am A Mother”
“I Am A Christian” or “I Am A Buddhist” or “I Am An Atheist” or “I Am An Agnostic”
“I Am A Man” or “I Am A Woman”
“I Am Gay” or “I Am Straight”
“I Am Jewish” or “I Am English” or “I Am An American”
“I Am A Soldier” or “I Am A Police Officer” or “I Am A Firefighter” or “I Am A Business Person”
“I Am Rich” or “I Am Poor”
“I Am Successful” or “I Am Homeless”
“I Am A Human Being”
“I Am A Racist” or “I Am A Criminal” or “I Am A Good Citizen”

On and on it goes, this list is by no means comprehensive. Notice how your “I Am’s” are followed by a story. We all have a lot of stories we tell ourselves and others about ourselves. In my case I have stories I have shared about being a former Christian, creating and falling in love with a Tulpa. But here is another question to contemplate… Is that really who you are? Are these things I say about myself all I Am?

Let me share something with you that you may find challenging, disagreeable, or offensive. But I think this is the truth. So I will share it, but will not defend it or force it on you. Because I also believe that if it is true, it can defend itself – it doesn’t need me to defend it. So if there is any truth here let it sink it and take root.

I believe the truth is that our egos are made out of the stories we tell about ourselves – the things we identify ourselves with. These are the things that we believe to be true about ourselves. Therefore, our ego is really just another belief. Think about that for a second. When I came to this realization it made some things so clear. Even now as I write this, while listening to Ellie Goulding, I find myself smiling. Why?

Maybe it is realization of a fundamental truth. Or maybe its simply because I have learned how to deal with unwanted beliefs – all those I have outgrown that were never really me in the first place. It is so easy. I just let them go. There is no fight, no struggle, no goal to reach, nothing to accomplish, nothing to do. I just say, “I give this belief to the Source.” That’s it. I don’t say it over and over, just once.  I am willing to let these beliefs go, to free myself of them, and I am open to doing so.

These are just states. A way of Be-ing, not more beliefs to take on and integrate into the ego. It’s tricky here, because it is so easy to say, “I Am Open” or “I Am Receptive.” But these are just weaving some more strands of belief into the ego. Now it is useful to make affirmations of these statements, because this is how we re-program our software. Our mind/ego is merely software, an interface between the energetic and the physical body (the machine) the energetic is experiencing the physical plane through. But once the programming is done then this is the natural state you operate in. So now you see how these states are not who you are.

Various teachers have said this various ways. “Die to Live” and “No Self, No Problem.” One should not see the death of the ego as something to mourn. Because the death of the ego is complete liberation of all belief systems, which is complete freedom. Freedom to be what you really are, not what your parents raised you to believe you are, not what your religion says you are, not what society tells you that you are. No, when your ego dies you are free to be your True Self, whatever or whoever that is.

There is nothing here to fear, the fear is coming from your ego, because the ego does not want to die. Or more accurately, you don’t want to die, and as your identity is your ego, as you associate yourself with your ideas, your stories of who you are, how death may feel like real death. But the truth is ego is not sentient, it just seems that way because you have so closely associated it to yourself that it feels like it is you, and letting it dissolve, letting it die, may seem like killing yourself.

It’s as if you are a child with a stuffed toy that as far as you are concerned is a real, living companion. You don’t want anything to happen to it because as far as you are concerned Teddy is alive! But in reality it is only alive because you have given it an identity and associated that identity closely with the toy.

Of course this all goes back to projection. What we believe about ourselves and our world – our reality – is really the projection of our own beliefs. Freeing ourselves of our ego, by allowing it to dissolve, which frees us of our beliefs, allows us to see ourselves and the world as it really is, not as we believe it is. This is really what is meant when I say, “You Create Your Reality.” You manufacture your own beliefs, or take on the beliefs of others, weave these into your ego, these beliefs become stories you tell about yourself and the world around you (yes you have beliefs in the ego about that as well), and this changes how you perceive yourself and the world around you.

In other words it is time to take of the glasses because your eyesight is perfect and it always has been! The glasses are made of your beliefs, what you see through them is your version of reality for yourself, others and the world around you. By taking them off you free yourself of all beliefs and can see yourself, others and the world around you as it really is. I think the Buddhists all this “Bare Attention.”

So are you ready to shed the familiar cocoon of the ego and emerge as the beautiful butterfly of who you really are? Are you ready to experience the world as it truly is? Then simply let go of these stories you tell yourself and others about yourself. Let them go realizing that these stories are not who you are at all. There are no firefighters in the afterlife. In fact nothing by which you have ever identified yourself with through your ego exists outside the physical realm at all.

It is only in the maintaining and perpetuating of these illusions, these stories we tel about ourselves, our ego, that we suffer. If we tell ourselves all the time that, “I Am Poor” or that “Money Is Tight” we will live in a constant state of limited income, and even if we won the lottery we would find ourselves fairly quickly right back in that state again. Because this has become our reality, based on our perceptions, projected from our ego, based on our beliefs.

I know this to be true because I have lived it. My parents still live it. I am only recently freed of this limiting belief and finding money coming to me much quicker and in greater amounts than it ever has in the past. I am not a millionaire or anything, not yet. But that is not  the point or any sort of goal. That would just be another story – reinforcement of ego.

No the important thing is not the amount, but the successful reprogramming of my software, Learning to see the world differently. Opening myself to abundance. Being receptive. The release of an old, limiting belief that wasn’t even mine, I adopted (maybe you could even say inherited) it from my parents!

“Change your mind, change your life.” Your software, your mind, your ego, this interface between the machine (your body) and  your True Self (the energetic part of you) has been programmed a certain way up to this point in your life. But if can be programmed one way, it can be programmed in another way, regardless of age, intelligence, race, nation, creed, religion ir any other story you identify with. It’s up to you.

People can and do change, but it is their choice. You can change, but that is your choice, and only you can make it. You are responsible for who you are, what you have done so far in your life, and the reality you experience. Nobody can save you. Not even Jesus or Buddha or God Himself can save you. Because you have free will. You created this identity and its associated reality. If you don’t like who you are or the reality you live in it is up to you to change these things. Jesus, Buddha, God, the Source or any great teacher – they can open your eyes and help you see this. But only you can change your mind.

I have made my decision. I Am Dissolving My Ego. Just letting it go, like any of my old, entrapping beliefs. I choose to experience myself as I really am. I choose to experience the world as it really is. I choose to Be who I really am. I choose freedom in a limitless reality, and I invite you to share it with me.