Do you know how beautiful you are?
You have a gift, something only you can do. Others may have similar gifts, but none can do exactly what you do exactly how you do it. It’s your style, your flair, your brilliance.
But do you know what your gift is?
Have you explored the possibilities within you?
Sadly, many will answer, “No.”
But you can answer, “Yes!”
It’s always the right time to step into the beauty of your creation.
First: Learn to love yourself. I’m speaking of love born of acceptance and gratitude. Appreciate yourself for who you are. If you’re not the person you’d like to be, that’s ok because you will grow into the person you want to be.
Second: Discover your passion. There is something you love doing, something that you love doing more than anything else. What is that? Figure it out and start doing it! Even if you think you’re no good at it. Do It! You’ll get better each time and soon you’ll look back and wonder what you were afraid of.
Third: Use your gifts to make a difference in the world. Contribution is a powerful method of discovering your true potential. Often your subconscious mind will shatter the bounds of mediocrity when seeking ways to better the lives of others.
Finally: Treat yourself and others with loving kindness. If you feel animosity towards another, accept the feeling and then dissolve it using the Ho’oponopono meditation, which is repeating to yourself—toward the person, “I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me.”
So if the person you’re feeling animosity towards is named Sally—a made up name for me—then say, “Sally, I love you. I’m sorry. Please forgive me.”
Repeat the Ho’oponopono meditation for five to ten minutes and every time you feel negative emotions toward the person in question. This helps dissolve the negative feelings within you and creates a bridge to healing.
You can also use this meditation to heal unhealthy emotions you might feel about yourself. Just insert your name.
You Are The Master of Your Destiny!
Copyright © 2012 Roland Byrd — All Rights Reserved
P.S. The painting is by Vauna Byrd. This is the first painting Vauna ever did. It is however the result of years dedicated to her passion for decorating cakes. Vauna’s artistic talent crossed easily to the new medium.