Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Express Yourself as the Magnificent Force You Were Meant To Be

I am just absolutely loving Anita Moorjani's book "Dying to be Me".  Over the years I've read a handful of books about near death experiences and after reading each, I've set it aside and thought to myself, "That's nice."

Moorjani's book is different, however.  She is a beautifully expressive writer, but more importantly, the expanded view she came away from her experience with is very real in her mind and clearly expressed in her book. There is a section about recognizing our magnificence that I am reading over and over again.  Here are several important paragraphs from that section:
"While I was in that state of clarity in the other realm, I instinctively understood that I was dying because of all of my fears.  I wasn't expressing my true self because my worries were preventing me from doing so.  I understood that the cancer wasn't a punishment or anything like that.  It was just my own energy, manifesting as cancer because my fears weren't allowing me to express myself as the magnificent force I was meant to be.
In that expansive state, I realized how harshly I'd treated myself and judged myself throughout my life.  There was nobody punishing me.  I finally understood that it was me I hadn't forgiven, not other people.  I was the one who was judging me, whom I'd forsaken and whom I didn't love enough.  It had nothing to do with anyone else.  I saw myself as a beautiful child of the universe.  Just the fact that I existed made me deserving of unconditional love.  I realized that I didn't need to do anything to deserve this--not pray, nor beg, nor anything else.  I saw that  I'd never loved myself, valued myself, or seen the beauty of my own soul.  Although the unconditional magnificence was always there for me, it felt as though physical life had somehow filtered it out or even eroded it away.
This understanding made me realize that I no longer had anything to fear.  I saw what I--what all of us--have access to.  
My magnificent, infinite self had decided to continue to live and express though this body.  
I want to clarify that my healing wasn't so much born from a shift in my state of mind or beliefs as it was from finally allowing my true spirit to shine through.  Many have asked me if something like positive thinking caused my recovery, and the answer is no. The state I was in during my NDE was way beyond the mind, and I healed because my damaging thoughts were simply out of the way completely.  I was not in a state of thinking, but a state of being.  It was pure consciousess--what I call magnificence!  This state of Oneness transcends duality.  I was able to get in touch with who I truly am, the part of me that's eternal, infinite, and encompasses the Whole.  This definitely wasn't a case of mind over matter."
This is what true forgiveness is all about.  It's about knowing the real "higher truth" about ourselves and the people in our world.  It's about recognizing not only our own individual magnificence, but the magnificence of each and every person in existence.  

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