Do unto self as what I do for others

I’m reading that this solstice, it is possible for emotions to run high and my mind goes to past experience when I gave into my anger. Oh judgement! At this point, I remember asking others for forgiveness, yet the biggest recipient of forgiveness is really myself. Apparently, I have not forgiven myself (until now) for allowing my emotions to take over in the past. Now as I have just learned to forgive myself (again), I remember crisis moments when I stayed calm and when moments of insanity, I was able to encourage others and help them to see the light that is in them and to move along.

I have moments of triumph and I wash myself through God’s love and my new found self-love to remove all self-judgements, self-induced toxicity and self-hate that I had learned to do. Do unto others what I want others to do to me. Now, the lesson is, do unto me what I do unto others – that includes self-patience, self-encouragement, self-compassion, self-love, self-worthiness. I call upon the grace and love of God for this new truth and new creation. 

I call upon the sound of God so that I may hear the sacred voice within to speak my truth with compassion and love for myself as I have afforded others in so many ways.

I call upon the love of God to wash away all the impurities of thought or programming such as self-directed hatred, judgement and paralysis so that I can move forward in boldness, in kindness and peacefully – and to allow joyful expressions of love for myself as I have afforded others in so many ways.

I call upon the wisdom, stillness, knowing of God so that I may anchor myself with a knowing that all is well, despite the yearnings of the ego to know more and be afraid more.  I have encouraged others to move forward when they were not happy, I now seek God’s love to be the wind ‘beneath my wings.”

I call upon the youth and vitality of God to help my body, mind and emotion align itself so that I am physically able to enjoy the gifts that life has to offer – despite moments of sorrow, uncertainty and fear.

Amen.

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