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What are we doing with what we’ve got, and whom are we becoming? It’s essential that we determine who we are because once that’s established, then we will know who we are not.
We all want to grab hold of something new, i.e., relationships friendships, or a new career, but we may sabotage it by giving into a repetitive negative behavior pattern. One relationship after another is not working out, emotional manipulation, playing the victim, withdrawing from others and criticizing. With these types of toxic emotions, we risk the effect of feeling, peace, hope or the joy Jesus has to offer us when we have the faith to believe in Him. When we act to deal with these types of bondage, we begin to find positive and healthy ways to step into something new, and that is the authentic you!
There’s no denying: many of us can be a little challenging for others to digest at once because of specific behaviors and beliefs that can sometimes drive people away.
There is no denying life’s tough sometimes. However, what do you do when you have kicked, screamed, cursed, slapped, pressed, spat, pushed, fought, cried, fell out, acted up and acted out and angry at God because you feel like it just can’t happen for you?
In your life movie, are you allowing others to write your screenplay, or are you determined to tell your life story?
As we become reacquainted with our own deepest desires, we’ll identify our beliefs, beliefs of others, emotional wounds, the need to repair any unconscious beliefs or unhealed emotional scars that may be blocking our heavenly portal.
If you could go back in time and tell your younger self one thing, what you would say to yourself? If you could go and visit your future self, what message would you give yourself?