Without Blame

“The greatest truth that I have learnt is that no one has done any wrong to me. When I think they have it as if I am drinking poison. Meditation allows me to see both my strengths and my weaknesses. Seeing I stop the blame and the judging and instead choose to educate myself appropriately. When I see my strengths and allow them to grow inside then I am serving myself. When I am honest in recognising that my own weaknesses -my own negativity- make me suffer and accept this- there is a feeling of release. In making effort to remove them I stop taking sorrow from anything anyone tells me. Negative thoughts close the heart and it becomes unfaithful to the head. Create positive thoughts so the heart can begin to trust once again in the head. When the head feels the energy of faith it will look after the heart.”

I sit back and relax…
I choose to spend some time with myself…
I look at myself in the mirror of my mind…
Quietly I watch this body… this costume that I am in…
I am aware of the various roles that I am playing…
I am aware of the thoughts, beliefs and feelings I am carrying…
I choose to accept and embrace everything about me…
just as it is… with tolerance and patience.

Silently I choose to generate good wishes for myself…
I create a thought of love and regard…
I hold it in my mind…
like I would hold a butterfly in my hands… with care and gentleness…
I allow this thought of love and regard to seep deep into my feelings.

I look back into the mirror of my mind…
My vision falls on the sparkle in my eyes…
All that I see and feel reflected in these eyes is deep love and regard…
I let this beautiful energy radiate…
I see myself walking, moving around and meeting people…
Being in this experience I naturally satisfy the needs of others…
Paving bridges of trust and hope in my relationships.

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