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Listen to our ancestors

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I Learn from My Experiences

As genealogists on all levels — beginners who are researching family histories to the veterans/professionals — we have to learn from our ancestors’ experiences. In your reading of this wonderful meditation from the Hillside International Truth Center , replace the words “past experiences” and “past” and “experiences” with the word s “ancestral history … healing.”

FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2021
       Our past experiences provide opportunities for us to learn and grow. Yet, we often push them away to the farthest part of our minds. We focus so much energy on trying to forget the past, that we draw those experiences back into our life. In Truth, we know that what we focus on, we draw to us.
       I stop denying my past experiences. I learn from these experiences. And with God’s guidance, I allow them to assist me in creating more harmonious experiences. My experiences do not have control over me. I have control over them.
I appreciate the lessons from my past. I do not allow them to hold me hostage. I use them to reconnect with Source energy. I learn the lesson. And I move on to other experiences that are aligned with my new spiritual awareness. Thank you, Will, in me, through me, as me, around me, through the Christ within. And so it is. For thou art my strength and my refuge;
therefore for thy name’s sake comfort me and guide me.

Psalm 31:3
 
 Daily Thoughts from the HillCopyright: Hillside International Truth Center, Inc.Bishop Dr. Jack L. Bomar – Executive BishopBishop Dr. Barbara L. King – Founder

I Move in the Direction of My Soul’s Purpose

SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 2021

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 For this moment, consider the possibility that you chose to come forth into physical existence at this time. Now ask yourself what you are here to create, to do, to experience. Pause and ask yourself, “What does my soul want? What am I here to do and learn?” If we begin by directing our energy in the direction of questions that move us in the direction of our soul’s purpose, we begin to move in that direction.
       I know that I came here to help, to create, and to expand my own consciousness. Knowing this provides me a sense of direction. Today, during my meditation I begin to ask questions of myself. I ask the questions that nudge me and remind me to move in the direction of my soul’s purpose. I am willing and excited to discover my soul’s purpose. Thank you, Will, in me, through me, as me, around me, through the Christ within. And so it is.

My brethren, I do not consider that I have reached the goal;
but this one thing I do know, forgetting those things which are behind,
I strive for those things which are before me.

Philippians 3:13

 
 Daily Thoughts from the HillCopyright: Hillside International Truth Center, Inc.Bishop Dr. Jack L. Bomar – Executive BishopBishop Dr. Barbara L. King – Founder
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