Remembering Your Goodness

TrueReflection_sm3According to the Akashic Records, one of the main reasons you incarnate is to remember you are fundamentally good.  You come back repeatedly trying to restore the ancient awareness of your wholeness by experimenting with a wide variety of life experiences.  Clearly it’s easier to connect to your goodness in some lives, say in a life as a philanthropist, versus ones you did something unpleasant, even if whatever you did was against your will.

You currently might feel you’re not good enough for any number of reasons, perhaps because of weight you can’t seem to lose, persistent relationship issues, or clutter you promise yourself you’ll clear but don’t.  There are so many ways to fall short of your own high standards.  Yet the more you can align with your core goodness, the more easily you can behave in your own highest good and the highest good of those around you, which in turn supports feeling whole and at peace.

Some clients want to convince me how bad they are, how I’m not seeing them clearly, but when I access the heart of the Akashic Records using Linda Howe’s Pathway Prayer Process, I have the privilege of seeing you exactly as you are, I see your perfection.  Every person, including you, is a radiant, glowing, perfect soul infinitely worthy of love and compassion.  Your soul’s aim is for you to remember this, no matter how long it takes.  Hopefully you’ll encounter people and experiences which accelerate the remembering and reclaiming of your inherent goodness.

 

2 comments

    • Hi Tricia,
      Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I’m with you – it’s a relief to know we’re good at our core and just have to remember it! 🙂
      Take care,
      Christy

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