Lesson 67 – I’m love itself

‘Love created me like itself.’

Today’s idea is a complete and accurate statement of what you are. This is why you are the light of the world. This is why God appointed you as the world’s saviour.

In the longer practice period, we will think about your reality and its wholly unchanged and unchangeable nature. We will begin by repeating the truth about you and then spend a few minutes adding some relevant thoughts such as;

Holiness created me holy
Kindness created my kind
helpfulness created me helpful
Perfection created me perfect.

You may find it necessary to repeat the idea for today from time to time to replace distracting thoughts. Practice it as often as you can, four or five times an hour.

No problem with today’s idea. Don’t think I managed 4-5 times every hour though. I did, however, do it as often as I remembered and would say extra ones then. So in all about 50 times today.

The main reason for the lack of practice was my focus on the novel. YES! YES! YES! I complete the first telling of the story, it took just under 90,000 words, 350 pages. Not bad in 67 days. Now comes the editing. It’s at times like this that I’d reach for a large glass of Sauvignon Blanc, but tonight it was a bottle of still water, as I’m still on the wagon till the end of the month. Now I have to find readers – well post editing of course.

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About predencia

Author of novels Dare to Love and Betrayed www.pennydixon.com poetry anthology Raw www.cymbalspublishing.co.uk and blogger www.writingcreativelywithspirit.com
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