Dec. 10, 2013
My tree is up; the one I purchased last year when I finally got in the Christmas Spirit after years and years and years of not experiencing even a remote desire to participate in this season that is most holy to practitioners of many faiths.
Then Newtown happened. I am an ex-early childhood teacher. I simply couldn’t open the box, remove the tree parts and put them together. I grieved.
Not just about Newtown, but, also, that I had been in denial about my personal truth. Not THE TRUTH but my personal truth, the truth that makes me who I am, the truth that causes me to be healthy, happy, prosperous and wise, the truth that brings me peace and joy.
All of us have a personal truth. It identifies the simple as well as the complicated things in our life. For example, a simple truth in my life is that I love real roses, especially those that have a strong rose fragrance. One of the complications in my life is the truth that I give in to the demands of others too easily and too quickly.
This season I have finally admitted my personal truth of loving the celebration of Christmas–the music, the smells of baking, the shopping, the giving and receiving of gifts, ect.
This season, standing in my personal truth, I have joy.
I didn’t realize until this moment that my newest book, Who Are You Really, was written to help me find my personal truth. I think it will help you, too. I will offer it soon as a free download via Amazon Kindle. I’ll tell you when all that is set up and ready to go.
In the mean time, let’s ask the angels to help us identify and accept our personal truth, the uniqueness that brings us joy.
Angels of All of Us
Angels of all of us,
We know about THE TRUTH, and we know about our personal truth. Today, our concern is about our personal truth: the qualities and traits that make us who we are; our requirements for happiness and peace; and that which brings us joy.
For most of us, our personal truth remains hidden within our Self. It can be found hiding in the deepest part of our heart.
We are afraid to allow it to come forth.
Angels of all of us,
Help us to know our personal truth. Help us to identify it, accept it and cherish it. Help us to receive its freedom, peace and joy. Help us to enjoy the happiness and strength that personal truth always gives.
I am Rev. Barbara. I speak for all those who are open and receptive to this word. I speak for all those who desire the truth. It is the truth from which health, prosperity, love and satisfaction flow.
Thank you, angels of all of us. Thank you for helping us experience the joy of knowing our personal truth. Thank you for the peace and clarity this knowing brings.
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