Dear ones in a blame and shame culture where everyone is looking for someone else to be responsible for the problems they or their world are encountering, you’ll stand head and shoulders above others if you take responsibility for your part, take action to fix it and leave the rest alone.
Focusing outside of yourself allows your own life to fall into disarray
Focusing solely on what you’re doing, how you’re doing it and how you feel about the results your receiving allows you to stay in alignment with your highest good.
Few of you get yourselves into trouble by plotting or planning to do the wrong thing, the illegal or immoral activity but most of you get yourselves out of vibrational alignment with Source and into a state of disharmony by trying to fix other people’s problems. One of the reasons you try to do this is because you’re happy to focus on someone else’s challenge rather than your own. After all, if you’re busy helping them, there’s just no time for your own challenges. Jesus referred to this as commenting, obsessing and complaining about the speck in your brother’s eye while you conveniently overlook the log jam in your own. Jesus was talking about the tendency to approach others in a spirit of criticism and censure rather than uplifting appreciation but whether your intention is to help or to criticize the fact remains that your attention is not where it should be. Focusing outside of yourself allows your own life to fall into disarray. Focusing solely on what you’re doing, how you’re doing it and how you feel about the results your receiving allows you to stay in alignment with your highest good. It allows you to spot and correct an error in deed or judgment before it becomes a cataclysmic disaster and it enables you to fill from your holy spirit connection with Divine presence, with unconditional love and with power until you overflow with this goodness and become a walking blessing to all you encounter.
The Divine deals in absolute truth, in healing and satisfactory outcomes
When you step out of the habit of finding fault, you begin opening to solutions. You must remember dearest ones that God doesn’t dwell in imperfection or scratch its head wondering what to do next. The Divine deals in absolute truth, in healing and satisfactory outcome. There are no unsolved problems or challenges too massive to overcome. The Divine mind deals in certainty and needs not to point fingers, find fault or shame you into obeying. When love is applied to any situation all that is available to be seen are the positive aspects, the possible solutions (and there are always many roads to your goal) as well as the resources that are available in every situation.
You must stop looking around for someone for you to help and take inventory in your own life
If you’re avoiding something because association with it feels painful you still need to dig deeper. Are you avoiding it because you’re hiding from a challenge, you’ve gotten comfortable where you are or you don’t believe you have the capability to do better?
Those of you who rush to help others without first putting your own house in order, feel overly responsible for a circumstance they did not contribute to creating and also look at others as though they’re not capable and need rescuing. It’s not them who need to be rescued by you, it’s you that needs to be rescued by you. You must stop looking around for someone for you to help and take inventory in your own life. What’s adding joy to your life? What’s dragging you down? What do you enjoy doing and what are you trying to avoid? Once you’ve asked yourself these questions and answered them honestly without a sugar-coated crust, you must dig deeper and discover why you’re repelled by or avoiding certain activities. This work must be done in the heart. It’s important that you answer from the place of what feels good to you and not from, “This is what society will approve!” If you’re avoiding something because association with it feels painful you still need to dig deeper. Are you avoiding it because you’re hiding from a challenge, you’ve gotten comfortable where you are or you don’t believe you have the capability to do better? If so you must do the work necessary to rid yourself of this limiting, false belief. Begin in the heart and clear the deepest level, then extend your new understanding about yourself into your mind and finally into your way of being.
There are many roads to your goal
If, on the other hand, you’re unwilling to participate in something because it doesn’t feel good to your being than you know this is not the path for you. There’s no need to assign blame or feel shame at this revelation. As we stated before, there are many roads to your goal, the abundant universe within which you reside allows you to choose that which is your best match. If you present a willing heart to the universe you will not be denied. Instead, you will be actively assisted on your journey. You will be given the tools and support you need so that your goal will become possible. It’s never that the challenge is too difficult, it’s that you’re believing you’re not capable.
Create your Divine blueprint, the way you’re going to move forward into victory
Today, when you encounter a challenge don’t shut down, turn away or try to find something else to give your attention to. Instead, sit quietly for a few minutes and breathe into your God union. Ask yourself what you’re hoping to achieve by surmounting this obstacle and then take that information and create your Divine blueprint, the way you’re going to move forward into victory. Allow it to be perfect for you and when you see someone else struggling to overcome a challenge guide them in finding their own Divine blueprint.
Solutions replace complications and confidence replaces uncertainty
Once you learn to stop assigning blame, finding fault or showering the situation with shame, the way opens for alignment with the highest good for all. Solutions replace complications and confidence replaces uncertainty.