Less Than


Dear Human,

It’s too easy to attach your identity to things that you’ve experienced, roles that you have played, or your very appearance. But remember, you are not defined by anything except that which you give power to.

It’s quite possible that might be perceived as something that you are not. You might even see yourself as other than you are.

The challenge beloveds of the beloved, is to detach from all identities and sit peacefully with your sacred and original self; the you that existed before your personality was defined.

You are the reflection of perfection that desires to manifest through you.

Everything about you is miraculous.

Your magnificent ability to expand the understanding of your true essence is a supernatural practice embedded in your spiritual DNA.

Remember who you truly are. For now, the human who naturally evolves, charged with the commission to transform humanity by embracing your divine consciousness.

It doesn’t matter who you used to be, it matters who you understand your “self” to be now; who you decide to be today.

You are not your mistakes. You are not your mishaps. You are not your past. You are not your wounds. You are not even you race, sex, or flesh.

You can decide differently today and at every moment to see the “self” as you sit in the very seat of awareness.

Remember this.

It’s is in the deep well of your holy knowing; of your eternal wholeness.

You are offered a new and serendipitous opportunity of infinitudes of possibility with each breath you breathe in and out.

You are gifted with thought, the ability to perceive, choose, decide, and act differently – in a way that supports the noble and most rare being that you are.

You are not less than. You never have been nor shall you ever be, for you are a part of this sacrosanct whisper of a most benevolent eternity.


Your Fellow Space Traveler ~


🌎Dear Human© 2017 #sacrosanct #sherieckert #dearhuman

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Professional Counselor | Author of Dear Human - A New Way of Thinking
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