Learning to Love Yourself

Through the positive energy that comes as you wait on us, there will be gifts in these current challenges, but for now you can concentrate on self-love, which is your primary focus. The word for today is 'compassion' – to mine for this rare jewel. Love this physical incarnation – this body who navigates the human journey in her allotted time. When you love her, you create new love to focus and send out within this planet and all of creation. Self-love is a primary portal for light's transforming energy. Isn't it beautiful? What benefits you also raises the vibration of the collective. Today you may reflect upon this very simple illumination: Each time I send love to myself, I enhance the vibration of the cosmos. I am a valuable portal of love energy.

Yes, great horrors have been perpetrated on this earth, but what remains now of all that darkness? Nothing but memories, and even those are fading. The greatest evils the devil has devised are temporary and soon transformed. There is no permanent home for darkness in creation. All is transmuted into light.

Notice the love in you. With hands over your heart, feel and increase the warmth. Experience it. Breathe it. Appreciate it. Feel gratitude. That is all. That is the lesson for this time. We are here.

Clearly, God paints on a larger canvas than we can grasp. What a comfort to know that in the midst of any crisis we can take that journey – each in our way – into the peaceful sanctuary of unconditional love; and that our love can change the world.

Focus on Unconditional Self-Love

Jane Smith Bernhardt is an artist, performer and writer. She is a graduate of the interfaith Guild for Spiritual Guidance. Her book, WE ARE HERE: Love Never Dies, chronicles an extraordinary period of three family deaths and many miracles of joy and forgiveness.

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