Bless Yourself and All That Is

by Pete on March 9, 2017

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Imagine yourself throwing loving thoughts up in the air, like confetti, so they rain down upon you and All That Is with the invisible power of their Being. Sound like fun? Try it and see for yourself!

Examples of experiences you might like to have and share. Send them out from the unconditional love within you and All That Is:

  • Bless us all with the vibration of love and understanding.
  • Bless us all with the vibration of love, truth, and joy.
  • Bless us all with the vibration of love and appreciation.
  • Bless us all with the vibration of love and forgiveness.
  • Bless us all with the vibration of love and acceptance.
  • Bless us all with the vibration of love and inspiration.
  • Bless us all with the vibration of love and dreams fulfilled.
  • Bless us all with the vibration of unconditional love.

Write other blessings and make the act of blessing yourself and All That Is a ritual, something you do every day or whenever you think of it. Understand that each one of your blessings is a living form of Aware Energy and like every other thought-form, including you, it wants to fulfill its greatest potential wherever and whenever it’s called into being. Feel the energy of your blessings fulfilling their potential within you and everyone else who wants them to be a part of their Being and Creation.

The more real your vision, the more powerful it will be. See yourself throw your blessings up in the air and watch them as they fall back upon whoever you want them to or All That Is if that’s what you want. See them accepted with joy by those who want them and rejected by those who don’t, out of respect for the oneness and individuality of us all.

For more on the nature of unconditional love and forgiveness, read, Encounter With Unconditional Love and The Healing Power of Forgiveness. When it was needed most, I encountered the energy of unconditional love as I drove over a mountain early one morning in 1985. Angry with my parents for many years, a shift in perspective during meditation brought about forgiveness.

Roger “Pete” Peterson https://realtalkworld.com

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