Are You Afraid to Walk Away?


“You either live in unconditional love or just survive in delusional baseless fear.” ~ Jacent Mpalyenkana

When we dwell in unconditional love, we live: meaning that when unconditional love is our inspiration of being and doing, we are more connected to life and less influenced by fear, which is delivered by the egoistical delusional mind. When love is our inspiration, we base our decisions and actions on love. We go with the flow. We allow everything to come and go, and attach to nothing. We trust in divine wisdom within us. We have confidence that we are unshockable by conditions. We know that we are always supported, protected and loved beyond conditions.

You may demand to know, love for what, or who? The love I am attributing to is the love for your SELF. And by SELF, I am not referring to your body, identity, what you have or want. I am referring to you, the one looking behind those beautiful eyes: the shapeless, massless, undefinable, infinite you.

The next question then is, do you love your “SELF”? Which leads to other questions; who are you? How can you love someone or something you do not know? For now, just know that you are not your identity. You are not your body or race. You are “something” that can not be known by the mind. “Something” is in quotes because you are not a thing. You are of the likeness of God. So, when your inspirations are founded on unconditional love, they are anchored in God. And in God, you are always led to your next course of action. And as you know, God is all knowing, all healing, all loving, all satisfying and always the same.

I am assuming that you also know that God is not this huge guy with a beard in the sky. God is in you, expressing as you. With these facts you realize that when you know who or what you truly are, you live fully. However, when you believe that you are your body, or your identity, the ego becomes your master. There is no doubt that fear will often show up to inspire your decisions and actions. And with that inspiration, you will always lose out on what you truly want. You will often end up settling for less of what you want. You will continue relating with people who promote the ego’s works—and these include everything negative that you can imagine. It becomes hard to let go of whatever doesn’t really serve you especially when you are afraid that you cannot replace what you are holding onto with something or someone better. When you believe that all you are is your body or identity, you will live a very restricted, fearful delusional life.

So, are you afraid to walk away? Are you afraid to let go of that job, partner, relative just because you believe they can not be replaced? What is holding you back from walking away from that pain? Do you know your power? Because if you are of the likeness of God, then you have infinite power, solutions, wisdom, and eternal goodness within you, as you.

Solution: Remember who you are. Wake up.

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.

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Love and light

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Do You Really Have Free-will?


“Do we really have free-will?” That was one of the questions we had to answer in my Metaphysics PhD, class. Exciting question, isn’t it?

I began my presentation for the above question, by firmly opposing the notion that we have free will. “No we don’t have free-will.” I urged. “Prove it” responded the professor. I mumbled my way through the discussion and guess what? I failed. The professor directed me back to the notes he had given us regarding the subject, which proposed that we had free-will. In order to pass the paper, I had to borrow his concepts, build on them and then submit the paper. And although I was never convinced by his supporting evidence that we, in our limited expression as humans, have free-will, I surrendered to his will, because I wanted to pass my examinations and get going with my life.

Free will is the power of acting without the constraint of necessity or fate; the ability to act at one’s own discretion.

The above definition illustrates that free-will is the power to act on one’s own discretion. However, do you really always act on your own discretion?

To elaborate on this argument further, ask, what is discretion?

Discretion is the freedom to decide what should be done in a particular situation.

Do you have the freedom to decide what you should do, how you should act, think or behave? Isn’t it true that sometimes you make decisions, not because you are free to make those particular decisions but because your options are limited. Are your decisions authentic to you? How many times have you bought something and later realized that you didn’t really need it? Have you ever wondered how you made the decision? Do you really think that your free-will to buy the item was pure and authentic to you?

Over the years, it is has dawned on me that we don’t necessarily have “free-will,” in our limited expressions as humans. Our will is not our own. It is for our identities and personalities–also founded on our programming. We will, and act not based on our authentic selves but on all the programing that we have accepted as our truth. Other times, we submit to the will of others because that’s one way that we could get what we want. (Refer to the story in this article. I had to submit to the will of my professor in order to pass the paper. Therefore, my free will intimidated by an external factor.)

Therefore, I have concluded that the only true free will we have, is the will of God. Due to the fact that God is a constant, never changing or changeable, nothing can corrupt or influence his will, except when we choose to live by our limited will. Yes, God gave us free-will but the only way we can really purify it, is to let it dissolve and be consumed by the will of God.

I am posing the same question to you: What are your thoughts on free-will? Do you have free-will? Is your free-will authentic and pure to you? Do you always act in congruent with what you really need…what will elevate your wellbeing or improve your life? What does free-will mean to you?

In my latest book, Power-Prayers for Personal freedom, you will access powerful prayers written in a way that will trigger a deeper sense of vulnerability to yourself, and then to God, within you. As you say the prayers, you will realize just how much your free-will has been corrupted, and how your life’s experiences are influenced by stuff that was handed down to you–either by your parents or the environment.

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Love and light

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Everything is Temporary-The Uplifting Truth to Transcend the Negative


Everything is temporary regardless of what it appears to be in your mind or in your external world. The challenges we face are temporary. Even if something seems as if it will kill you, it is temporary. Even if it does, it only kills the body, because who you truly are, never dies and was never born. You are an extension of God, remember? And God doesn’t die.

The emotional turmoil we experience is temporary. Whatever is alive in us depends on the attention we give it. Trust what’s permanent in your nature. Remember that the one who is in you is greater than all that’s out of you.

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Have faith in this power within you. Know that you are the creator of this power, because you are one with God.

Love and light 

 

Guided Meditation to Re-ignite Your Connection to The Creator-God For Perseverance |tapthegood.com


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“.….Little children, you are from God and have overcome them, for He who is in you is greater than he who is in the world.” ~1 John 5-21

This video will anchor this divine truth in you and remind you of your true nature.

Isaiah 41:10 (NAS) ‘Do not fear, for I am with you; Do not anxiously look about you, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, surely I will help you, Surely I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.’

God is within you, Divine one. “He” is closer to you than your breath. You are one with God. So, don’t be afraid.

May the message in this recording re-ignite this truth in you and resolve all fear and confusion.

Abundant love from my heart to yours

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Soaking in the Blood of Jesus For Deliverance – Explanation + Prayer |tapthegood.com


“The Power is in your pain.” Lorey Ford

7b91a2695e1770eda4f0dff7ff6752bbIn this video, I share my take on how soaking yourself in the blood of Jesus dissolves deep rooted negativities. There is a short prayer after the explanation, so don’t miss it.

Regardless of your religion, this prayer will help you.

Love and light

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Life is not Hard or Simple: life is….


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We have a tendency of saying that life is hard, simple, great, etc. However, if we look closely at what we imply we realize that we are referring to our experiences. When we perceive our experiences as good or great, we claim that life is good or great. When our perceived experiences are unpleasant we conclude that life is hard or unpleasant. However, if we refrain from defining and perceiving experiences and just witness them as they are, we realize that life is. It is a force within us that I also believe is the spark of God within us. Even when our bodies are ill, as long as we still have breath in our lungs with our hearts still beating, life is. And yes, in life there are experiences however life in its totality is not experience. One can be inwardly totally empty without experiencing anything yet still be alive. Therefore, it is my conclusion that life is not good, bad, tough or easy. It just is if we do not entangle it with our experiences. This also means that we can choose to accept all situations when they occur and refrain from defining them or dictating how they should have been. When a situation manifests, we can observe it as is. Even if we need to take action there’s no law in the universe that demands of us to feel sad, stressed, perturbed, or generate any other negative emotion in order to take action. We can take action from a place of pure witnessing with unwavering faith that what has to be done shall be done.

By understanding that life is a distinct force within us provided and supported by only its giver, God…Creator, we also understand that without life, there is no experience. Life happens first, and then experience follows. With that in mind we can be grateful for what’s truly important…life. We can be in awe of this gift called life regardless of our perceived experiences.

If you doubt this notion and have concluded that indeed your life is hard, take time to inwardly search for what this “hard life” looks like visually. If you do this exercise earnestly you will witness the mind leading you to a memory or memories of your experiences.

In the meantime, I hope that you can just be grateful for life, as a distinct force and gift from the Creator, God. 

Endless love

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Dr. Jacinta M M Murray is a spiritual counselor, Reverend, transformational coach, speaker and author. For more about her, please visit http://www.tapthegood.com