Well, here I am near the end of a six month journey of going within. I am tired. I have spent the last 4 weeks not being well. Perplexed by the longevity of this episode, I do believe that illness for me has a strong emotional component, i.e., not acting in harmony with self. I picked up my long held copy of “You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise Hay. She says, “sometimes when we try to release a pattern, the whole situation seems to get worse for a while. This is not a bad thing. It is a sign that the situation is beginning to move.” Ah, so that’s what this was over the last month–anger turned inward, minor car accident, dis-ease, physical pain. Seems those old peptides require major non-stop rattling to loosen the cement. Pattern be gone!! You have not been serving my best self! Not that simple, however, I know I have made progress in the right direction and the decisions that have come out of this experience are more aligned with my authentic self.
So I read more of Louise Hay after posting the diatribe above. And the MKE teachings have come full circle. She stresses forgiveness, self approval, self-acceptance and loving thyself. And I immediately recalled “Law of Forgiveness.” To access the Divine and Omnipotent, Omniscient and Omnipresent Creator, I MUST forgive everyone and anyone to clear this channel–which is my ultimate desire. There can be no connection to the Divine mind where anger or resentment against those I perceive to being doing me wrong. With this pivotal change in point of view about my situation, a flood of understanding flowed and I could feel my heart and body soften. Almost immediately, or so it felt, I recalled the other six Laws of the Mind. I began to see, as I reviewed the other six, how each one — Substitute a God (loving) thought, Relax (feeling love is calming), Practice (is to love thyself to improvement), Dual Thought (feeling loving thoughts), Subconscious (works constantly, I feel the effect of my changed thoughts), and Growth (up and outward, expansion through loving actions). Forgive, release, restore thyself–love, joy, peace. Hmmm…I feel re-energized.
I have to say that these last six months of discipline have made a positive change, chipping away at the cement and revealing my authentic self to myself.