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Your Circumstances Do Not Define You

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Your Circumstances Do Not Define You

Who are you? How do you define yourself? Are you rich, poor, married or single? A doctor, a lawyer, a teacher, a clerk?  Are you working, unemployed, retired?
Our society leads us to look at our own and others worth in terms of money, status, and physical appearance. All the labels that society offers us often limit our self-expression and experience. Take back your true identity, do not let your body or your “roles” define you. Take time every day to acknowledge that you are a courageous and wondrous spirit made in the image and the likeness of God.  Any self- identity less than your true holistic divine spirit-self can be limiting to your perceptions, beliefs, and experience. In essence, it limits your life.  See yourself as an unlimited spirit having an earthly experience. Your spirit is on a marvelous journey to learn the truths about love, power, forgiveness, creation and a multitude of eternal truths. The earth is your classroom, and your body is your vehicle. 
Take some time each day in your meditations to affirm your true identity, away from the framework of the secular world, and claim your rightful self, your inner spirit, as the REAL you. When you operate from your spirit self as your center and guide, it will be easier to see your circumstances as outside of you. Only then can you have objectivity to see the highest path for yourself. When you identify with your circumstances, you bcome one with them and they become "you," in your mind. When you identify with spirit, circumstances are seen as temporary and changeable, and also become more changable, because you are operating out of a higher perception.
 
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