Lesson 269 – Great eyesight

My sight goes forth to look upon Christ’s face.

I ask your blessing on my sight today. It is the means which you have chosen to become the way to show me my mistakes, and look beyond them. It is given to me to find a new perception through the Guide You gave to me, and through His lessons to surpass perception and return to truth. I ask for the illusion which transcends all those I made. Today I choose to see a world forgiven, in which everyone shows me the face of Christ, and teaches me that what I look upon belongs to me; that nothing is, except Your holy Son.

Today our sight is blessed indeed. We share one vision, as we look upon the face of Him Whose Self is ours. We are one because of Him, who is the Son of God; of Him Who is our own Identity.

Having asked for blessing on my sight today, I choose to see a helpful world; one where the people I needed to meet showed up and offered to help me. One in where the ideas I needed came to me just in time, the words I spoke had meaning and resonance with those who heard them.

Today I choose to see the fear behind the person who is choosing not to speak to me at the moment. Saw his hurt and knew that it was only because he was hurting why he wanted to hurt me, and I choose not to be hurt, but instead, sent him love.

The ideas for Caribbean Juices came together in a fantastic programme for the night. And I wrote more words on the novel, only two hundred, but that’s two hundred more than was there yesterday. Slow, steady progress.

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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