Power-Hunger Times Three. Like Love, Power Grows When It Is Shared!
Power comes from the Creator and resides in your thoughts.
And in reality, only you can give it away.
Choose to embrace your personal power instead of giving it away.
Teach our children that the inner world is where their power resides.
Currently, we have societies based on entrapment like the tiny elephant that cannot pull away from the stake in the ground and the adult animal does not try.
You cannot take away from another and receive more “power” because power comes from our creator. It grows as it is shared with each other.
There could be no “bullies” if we did not allow our personal power to be denied and that demands faith.
This comes from four readings during the month of August and early September from Mama’s Christmas Carol, You God the Power, Mom!
PTSpD (Post Traumatic Separation Disorder) only occurs to those outside the full consciousness of the Atonement.
And yet it is a state that we all experience continually outside of the “holy instant” that witnesses the oneness which we share.
Even those who have accepted the Atonement feel its impact in their day-to-day lives. What one needs to understand is that this is not who or what we are. And that it “will be” resolved within the “physical” one day as our focus becomes directed to our “spiritual truth” and our inner power.
PTSpD is the place of shame and guilt that allows us to give up our power. Teaching faith in the Atonement could help lift this burden from the shoulders of humanity. Not as a “religion” but as psychological health.
“Life” will then be understood as the “unveiling” that it is and circumstances will be seen like a movie script or roller coaster ride rather than our truth.