Soul Connection 12 ~ Breaking Belief Codes

You may encounter situations that feel uncomfortable because they are new or bring up a past time when you were presented with a similar situation that you handled poorly. What often occurs is that you are presented with the same situation repeatedly until you work through it. Although the exact scenario may not be the same, the basic premise is similar. Repeated patterns such as this are usually a sign for you to pay attention to an unresolved issue.
 
It is love of self and others that will break these belief codes. Compassion is the first step; this treating all with respect no matter what they say or do. Kindness is the next step: this involves being kind to all people regardless of how they treat others. Forgiveness is another step, allowing others to experience whatever they choose without judging them.
 

No one knows fully what fears or belief codes others are working with. No one has control over what another person believes or chooses to do. No one has the right or ability to take away the “free will” of another soul. It is the act of trying to force or manipulate others into changing their beliefs and actions that is the crux of the problems within today’s societies.
 

Rather than judging others, spend your time and attention on creating your own reality. The world would be a much better place in the “twinkling of an eye” if each person would take into account their own beliefs and change the ones that keep them from having inner peace and joy each moment.
 

Understand there is no need to forgive anyone and that you can truly love all others unconditionally. Release fear, anger, and resentment toward others and yourself. It is in this state of unconditional love that you will enjoy heaven on earth, no matter if hell breaks loose tomorrow.
 

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