Unworthiness

According to Abraham ( Abraham-Hicks), our sense of unworthiness  keeps us from receiving our hearts desire. I’m talking about all we consider missing in our lives. I’m an expert at unworthy. I’ve spent decades cultivating this aspect. In the convent, we constantly aimed for Perfection, which was extremely frustrating since we were only human. We should have been cultivating self-love and feeling good-enough.

Years later, I still struggle with accepting my humanness. In the end, it was one the main reason I left the convent. What Jesus really wanted from me, conked me on the head one day.

Jesus became HUMAN so that we would accept that we too are Divine and Human.

Each of us is totally good enough–entirely worthy–just as we are.

Seems a simple enough concept.

However, it’s taken me years to finally accept that I’m worthy, that is deeply and entirely lovable, just as I am.

Not one iota of change needed.

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5 Comments

  1. For me, it’s stringe how self-worth comes and goes. About the time time, I think , okay, I’ve confident in myself, something happens and I begin questioning myself again. I’m not sure if it’s a bad thing. I’ve learned a lot through the process, but it’s a painful one.

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