Moment of Inspiration: What to do When Feeling Confused


So, there you are feeling confused and probably uninspired. You might feel as if you are stuck in a mental or emotional box and have no clue about how to get out or move on. It could be that you have to make a decision and you don’t know the right decision to make. So, what do you do? How do you snap out of it?

The Solution:

Close right eyes and look for the confusion in your mind. Find out what it looks like, its shape, color, and whether it is mobile or static. How far is this confusion from you?

If you did the exercise right you will discover that whatever you came up with to represent the confusion was just your imagination. You imagined it into existence. You made it up. If you are lucky and came up with nothing, then you also discovered that confusion is just a thought–a believed thought that you have decided to title, confusion. Just because you don’t know what to do yet, doesn’t brand you confused.

Do not believe your thoughts. Observe the “confusion” as something separate from you. Know that it is not you. And you don’t owe it your attention. Don’t fight to let it go. Let it be but deny it your perception or interpretation; just let it float in your consciousness and if you stand your ground without mentally moving to join it, it will dissolve into obvium.

Remember that you are the one who is always aware of things, situations and thoughts. And you can remain as the awareness.

Love and light

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Who are You to Yourself?


In the Book of Numbers you will read, “In that day there were giants in the land; and we were in our own sight as grasshoppers. And we were in their sight as grasshoppers.” This doesn’t mean a time in the past when man had the stature of giants. It means that if today your conditions seem to have attained the appearance of giants (such as unemployment, loneliness and all other things that seem to threaten you) those are the giants that make you feel yourself to be a grasshopper. But you are told in the Verse, you were first, in your own sight a grasshopper and because of this you were to the giants, a grasshopper. In other words, you can only be to others what you are first to yourself. If you believe that your problems are gigantic to you, then that is exactly how you will experience them. If you believe that you are a giant to your problems, they will metaphysically take on the sense of grasshoppers.

There is also more to experience than what you believe yourself to be. Sometimes you could religiously believe to be something, but if there’s any part of you that is in conflict with your belief, you will not project the belief in its virgin sense.

So, during this “worldly” season of love, aka Valentines, if you are searching for love , love yourself abundantly, be a loving nonjudgmental person to yourself, and the same will be reflected in your experiences. Go further into identifying all negative beliefs you have about your identity, and find a way to release them from your subconscious. Take your permission back from whatever negative prompters you gave it to–to manifest as loneliness or loveless-ness. Release the need for love and instead feel the love that you are already are. Love yourself to the extent of being 100% honest with yourself. Identify what you need to let go, who you need to forgive, the guilt you have to release, and everything else that doesn’t represent the presence of God, the presence of good, within you.

If you want to take it a notch further, get this BOOK and command your God-sense to set you free from all bondage.

Love and light

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Do You Really Love Yourself?


“Do you really love yourself?” asked my mother a few months ago. “Of course I do. How can you even ask such a question?” I responded. However, while alone I re-evaluated her question. Did I really truly love myself?

She asked me that question because I was complaining about a racism experience I had gone through. She urged me to focus on what was important…myself. But I didn’t really get it. I felt the need to blame the people who had racially harassed me. I felt entitled to continue pointing out the wrong they had done. And although what they had done wasn’t positive, I was doing more harm to myself. I was so focused on what was wrong, what had happened in the past and how bad these people had been to me. I put my attention on what hadn’t worked and continued to re-live it even when it had happened in the past. I hurt every day. I was literally carrying emotional baggage that was weighing me down. It struck me then that I wasn’t loving myself.

So, what negative experiences/stories are you carrying around? Are you 100% focused on yourself, or you are so busy focusing on your past ? What do you focus on most of the day? What do you think about? Are your thoughts energizing or weakening? When is the last time you did something good for yourself without feeling guilty? And I am not referring to doing something nice to your car or house, impressing your boss or loved ones.

I am referring to more intimate things such as, taking a nap, listening to your favorite music without doing anything else, stretching, doing yoga, eating right, drinking 8 glasses of water daily, meditating, going for a walk, going for a random ride, closing your eyes and doing nothing, forgiving yourself and others, having a long bath, taking time to scrub your body with a beautiful body scrub (whether you are man or woman), reading a self-help book, focusing on finding out who is the one behind those beautiful eyes of yours.

Do you really love yourself? What do you allow into your mind? Who do you allow into your space? What are your inner conversations about yourself? How do you feel about yourself?

Don’t wait for Valentine’s day to love yourself, express this love to others or long to attract love. When you love yourself unconditionally and consistently, you never have to search or expect others to love you. You will know once and for all that you are enough. And most importantly, with unconditional self-love you will project the same in your experiences.

Love and light

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You Are a god to Your Problems


In Exodus 7:1, it is written, “And the Lord said unto Moses, See, I have made thee a god to Pharaoh.” What does this mean? How can this verse impact or change your experiences? Can such seemingly simple words set you free from any or all bondage?

To begin, if you don’t believe in God, or know that there is a power bigger than you, then this short article will mean nothing to you.

Note that God, is just a name we use to identify and refer to the Creator, the Divine power behind everything we see, don’t see and are yet to see. However, the name God, doesn’t necessarily represent the entirety of what God really is.

What God is not, is religion, a man in the sky or the father of just one child, Jesus. God is our “Father,” all of us. We are all “His” creations.

For every house is built by someone, but God is the builder of everything. ” ~ Hebrews 3:4

Based on the preceding biblical verse, in my limited understanding, , God is everything, in everything, as everything. God is all there is. What creates the seeming differences in things and in human beings, is our perceptions, choices, decisions and egoistical programming–all inspired by our egoistical minds.

Luckily, God made us gods to Pharaoh. Meaning that, we are supreme to our challenges, obstacles, adversaries, and everything else that we have given our power to bring us down. We have the power to overcome all our problems because God gave us the authority to resolve and overcome all challenges.

The problem is that we don’t know who, or what we are in God. And this is because we have believed to be what we are not. We think we are our bodies, identities and what we have. We have given our God-given power to things and people to use against us. The question is, how do we set our selves free from our self-inflicted prisons?

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We can begin by remembering that we are not our “seeming bondages.” We are children of God. We are one with God…extensions of God, and sparks of God “Itself.” We have to take our God-given power back from whatever we have given our permission to hold us back.

In my newest book, Power-Prayers for Personal Freedom: Powerful Prayers Based on Spirituality, Ancient Wisdom and Biblical Principles, Designed to Free You From All Bondage, you will get to claim your power back from all bondage. The prayers are designed in a way that will trigger a deeper sense of connection to God…to eternal good. You will get to decree your true divine nature. Repetition of these prayers, will instill a deeper sense of peace and enthusiasm to pursue your dreams without negative fear.

Get your copy today, and get started on the journey of reclaiming your personal freedom. Don’t wait. Remember, you are god to Pharaoh. You are the leader of your life.

Love and light

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