Reflection for 15-21 June 2020 Believe It or Not, We Are Healing

Please invite the Holy Spirit for translation. Thank you.

Using Mama’s Christmas Carol, You Got the Power, Mom! By Debra (Debi) Yvonne Simmons

Illness of mind and body afflict us when we close our minds to our own being or that of another. It happens in families and societies all the time.

I know this is the same thought I put up for last week, but in the manner that I choose my Reflections, this is what came up. I ask for divine assistance. And I trust their judgment, more than my own .

The infirmities of society are not “out there somewhere”, they are within us by way of not understanding the workings of the human psyche.

It is so easy to find someone else to blame for where we are. I know, I do it too.

What makes a difference for me, I believe, is that at the core of my soul I know that whatever is going on out there is reflective of the inner unrest of Christ, which I see as all of us together.

I ask myself how I can believe that I can say something to humanity that is any different from what others have been trying to say for years.

The bottom line is, I know that if nothing else, my willingness to forgive with all that I am, has an impact.

Compassion needs to be our offering to each other, while forgiving what is just confusion, even at the heart of those who purposely are determined to destroy us as individuals or as a whole.

You will be inspired how you can best serve.

And there is no measure of the good you do in the United Consciousness when you forgive the Error of Separation and its results.

Forget not that no one will be forced to accept healing.

When you give, you receive. Bashing or lifting, be gentle with yourself.

Do not be afraid of the attitudes that the world is spouting at the moment. These come from fear.

Speak calmly and hold in your heart the witness that we are One Child before God.

Your knowledge of others is to be based on testifying of God’s awareness of and Love for them.

I find it difficult at times to remember this.

I want to correct someone’s point of view, and why?

They have their reasons for being there.

Would it not be wiser to simply extend love and affection in their direction?

Maybe that is what it means when we are told “If you cannot say something nice, do not say anything at all.” That statement always seemed to irk me, but in light of only wanting to bring awareness of their worth, I can see how this makes sense.

I find, for myself, that I only really change any thought patterns, when I let the Holy Spirit help me cut out the harmful stuff.


Acknowledgment of self and others is key to growing in light and healing within this sphere of development.

Compassion for self and others will help us as we move forward, even when faced with those who are confused about their place in the divine.

Giving is receiving. Be mindful of how you are interfacing with the world. I do not believe that means that we allow situations that harm ourselves or others to continue, once we are aware of them. If confrontation or distancing is required, consider doing so with compassion.

Awareness of God, yourself and others as a creation of it/she/him, put you in awareness of your source of protection and your claim to power.

The world is healing, believe it or not. You and I are a part of that. It is a reason to be glad.

Till next time, God bless, bye for now.

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