Sunday, March 25, 2012

The Spoken Words of Spirit--March 26, 2012

Personal insecurities or inhibitions will sometimes lead people to doing or saying things that they will later regret. While your actions are frequently what will be remembered, they would not take place without first thinking about them or saying something. What we are hoping to drive home is that your words can be excessively powerful tools to divide or to unite. How you choose to use this golden resource is all up to whether or not you want to be happy or simply exist throughout your lifetime.

It also condenses to a point where you should be thinking about what engraved path you are leaving for your family, friends and all others you come in contact with to remember you by. Sometimes it is better to assess things from an out of body perspective. When you find yourself constantly being “attacked” by others, do you ever think that perhaps the common denominator is you? Have you found yourself disagreeing with co-workers or business partners; family, acquaintances, or people who have been supportive to you? It happens without many people realizing they are the ones who have caused the very problems they think others have burdened them with. It can all be fixed.

Anger and frustration will only eat away at your confidence. Forgiving yourself and then seeking to make things right with those you have held long or short-term grudges with also soothe your future. While it may not be easy, having the integrity to see your own place in any disagreement is a nugget of gold when you are learning about your value to the world. The hardest aspect of what we are sharing is the initial phase. Recognition of your role, or acknowledging that you may be the problem in some situations, may not be comfortable. However, it will lead you to a path that will rejuvenate and inspire you, as well as those you make amends with.

One of the greatest things about living a physical life is that atoning for your mistakes allows you to rewrite your path. Of course, it is much more difficult when you have allowed your words to singe the hearts and minds of those who you use to be close to. Consider this your starting line for a new beginning. Allow the power of your guardians of Light to prop you up and propel you forward! Quiet your tongue if it is not going to be helpful, informative, or part of normal conversations. While you can still be apologetic, the words will have left their mark. Make sure you have little reason to pull out your eraser. These are The Spoken Words of Spirit.
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2 comments:

Mary said...

One of the greatest things about living a physical life is that atoning for your mistakes allows you to rewrite your path.

Make sure you have little reason to pull out your eraser.

This is a very strong message to make us think....

God bless you,
Jim Our Angel :-)**

Jim Fargiano said...

Hi Mary. Hoping your weekend was great. Thanks for posting!