Tapping into the Hero in Us

Who among us does not want to be loved, honored, and respected in our lives? We all have those same basic needs. We all want to be loved by our families, respected for the work we do, and in some way honored and acknowledged for something we are proud of in our lives.

We all want to be a friend and have friends, and do something that matters beyond our own lives. We all want someone who is loyal to us through the ups and downs of our journey on earth. We expect our lives to be happy and successful. When something other than that happens to us our families, we have to be able to get back up dust ourselves off and start all over again. That is the hero is us.

We have to trust in God even in hard times. When we lose a job or a business, when we have health issues that have gone on for way too long, it is only natural to be afraid. When something goes awry in our lives and particularly when it has been going on for too long, we simply want to return to health and happiness. If we don’t, we often get depressed or blame those around us or ourselves. We can’t quite see out of the fix we are in to be able to tap into God’s power in our lives.

That is where the power of resilience kicks in. When life is going well, and you are happy and successful and on top of the world, it is easy to take for granted all of the gifts given to you by Life itself. When something bad happens unexpectedly, like what feels like an earthquake in your life, it is especially imporatant to tap into the power of the Divine, to affirm over and over again, ‘my life is the life of God. It is filled with  courage, strength, and discipline and everything I need to get through this.’

It’s time to renew our minds and dig deeply, and affirm, ‘Life in it’s fullness is forever flowing around us. All the help that we need is around us’. The Spirit of God is all around us providing us with everything we need. We have to trust God as never before.

We have to create a new attitude, remembering that we are triumplant beings. We must return to faith and love, to be especially conscious of doing our affirmations. Our thoughts become things in the world around us. Say to yourself, ‘I am reslient. I am healing. I am getting better. I am strong. I am courageous. I will go forward into this new day showing my strength and tap into my hero consciousness.’ Watch how your life turns around. When it does, we’ll be able to inspire so many people with what we have been through. That’s the beauty of life.

 

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About LoveHeals

Some people say I make them laugh. Some people say I inspire them. I'm hoping to connect some of the things I've learned along life's road with some of the people who could use a dose of humor and inspiration.
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