January 19, 2015
Sheryl: Hey, God…
God: Hi, Supreme You! Look at you go. How does it feel to be your true self?
Sheryl: It’s hard to put it into words. I would say it’s magical, because I’m following what I love, what I’m good at and I have this certain innate knowledge that is “right.”
God: For our readers, let me ask you some questions. Are you concerned about money or that what you’re doing will earn money?
Sheryl: No. I have a conviction that every material thing I need is here and that anything I need in the future will be present in the future.
God: Are you concerned about other people or what they may think of you?
Sheryl: No. I feel no concern about others’ opinions of me. I will say that I have new confidence about embracing people who support me and about letting go of those who don’t. I want to draw near those who love me and say farewell to those with whom I’m not compatible. I don’t feel emotional about this. It’s just a practical understanding of what I need to be me.
God: What are you worried about?
Sheryl: Returning to my old way of living.
God: The past is in the past. Leave it there. (voice of strong authority)
How does it feel to be free?
Sheryl: I did not build the original prison of limitation that I lived in the last 50 years. However, I spent a lot of resources to maintain and reinforce it. Now, I have knocked a huge hole in the wall, enough to see a new, unlimited reality. I understand that the prison won’t dissolve like sugar in water, but it will slowly deteriorate without maintenance, and as you just said, I don’t have to look back at it.
So, it feels amazing to be me. I have not known real appreciation for myself until now, and my life is forever better.
God: Did you know that I am you and you are me?
Sheryl: You’ve impressed that upon me for a long time. Deep down I’ve known it. I am tempted to say that I wasted our creative power with my life so far, but I appreciate myself too much to be harsh.
God: Good girl.
Sheryl: It’s a journey, and I just get to be grateful for the present moment.
God: Your past brought you here, and it is gone. The future will be here soon enough. The present moment is the best gift I can give you.
Sheryl: Thank you. (hug)