Matthew 6:14-15

GoOD Mornings with CurlyNikki
GoOD Mornings with CurlyNikki
Matthew 6:14-15
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The Promise is on the other side of forgiveness. 

You’re not seeing It yet because you haven’t forgiven yet. 

YOU MUST FORGIVE.

Yourself, others… for not recognizing that You, Yourself are the ‘others’. 

Loving is forgiving. 

“Love is the bridge between you and everything.” –  Rumi

I Love you, 

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“His love comes forth, so to speak, from himself and enters into our midst.” – Benedict 16th

“He was crucified so that his spirit could spread thoughout the world. He sacrificed his body for the dharma. He never died, he never died. He is Atman (the Soul), living in the hearts of all.” -Neem Karoli Baba

“On my second trip to India in 1970, during my time with Maharaiji, he would say to me simply, “Love everyone.” And all I could say was, “I can’t do that, Maharajji.” That was because I was identified with my ego, which could not possibly love everyone. He would come up to me, nose to nose, and repeat, “Ram Dass, love everyone.” Over time this instruction took hold. My identification with ego shifted, and my perspective changed to one that came from my spiritual heart or soul. From the point of view of my soul, I was able to look at everyone as souls, and I loved each one of them. Maharajji’s instruction led me to perceive myself and everyone else as loving souls. Ego is here, in your head, which is who “I think I am.” If you see those thoughts and then go down to the heart, the spiritual heart, down there you say, I am loving awareness. I am loving awareness. I am loving awareness. Whisper it: I am loving awareness. Everything is love. Everything is a manifestation of love. Table. Tree. Yourself. Universe. The universes. They’re all made up of love. And once you bathe in that love, you dive into an ocean of love. Oh, it feels so wonderful! Love. Compassion. Love. Compassion. We meet in that love. We meet inside. Inside our spiritual heart. In Hinduism it’s called the atman. It’s God, guru, and self together inside. I’ll see you inside.” – Ram Dass Maui, July 2014