Somewhere within each of us there is the knowledge that there is more to our existence than the physical realm around us. However, as we navigate through our lives there is increasing interference that prevents us from being able to focus on why we’re here in the first place. As our lives unfold in their complexity, the knowledge that our reason for being is spiritual becomes lost in the incessant physical demands that impact us.
In my search for a raison d’être, I’ve learned that my spirit is a distinct sentient being that has entered my form for the purpose of progressing in its own pursuit of knowledge and fulfillment. When a person combines forces with their spirit, they have the unique opportunity to interact with a being in a partnership that propels both toward a common goal.
Once I acknowledged that I am expected to actively participate in a mutually beneficial higher-level relationship with my spirit, I felt remarkably comforted. I find the guidelines to be elegantly simple:
Make a commitment to work with your spirit to progress.
Love and believe in yourself completely. If you don’t like something, then change it.
Bring in the pure white light often (pure positive energy freely available to all).
Keep your spiritual openings closed.
Refuse and remove negativity at its source and replace it with positive aims.
Don’t break free will or allow yours to be broken.
Perform a daily self-healing to improve your well-being.
Take full responsibility for your existence.
This plan that allows me to progress with my spirit requires daily attention. No one can do this work for me. If I forget to refuse negativity properly, that forgotten trickle can grow into a larger negative pool that can swamp me until I realize what’s affecting me. Until I ask my spirit to help me to use the light to remove the negativity, my spirit can’t act. I’m responsible for having allowed the negativity to affect me and I have to work to eliminate it. The work needed to rid myself of the negativity depends on the amount of time that I’ve allowed the negativity to increase in size, as well as my ability to use the light effectively. Sometimes I’ve had to ask for help and I turn to Leo Jean to help me to remove any large accumulation of negativity that I’ve allowed to impact me.
Sometimes it’s necessary for a person to change their spirit, that is, to get a new spirit. While it’s definitely a different approach, it’s often the best way to begin to work with your spirit. Your spirit is supposed to work with you. However, if your spirit resists the light and a positive approach, then you’re not going to be able to work with the light or know the difference, until you begin to work with a light-committed spirit. Leo Jean has been bringing light-committed spirits to people for many years, especially to children, who readily accept one. Once a child begins to work with their spirit and the light, they feel the harmony within and immediately start to progress.
As I choose to continue to work with my spirit, I fulfill my reason for being here. Not only do I get stronger at using the light to refuse, deflect and remove negativity, but I do all this within myself. Our common goal is to return my spirit to a perfect state of positive existence in the light. That will happen at the spiritual level, yet the implication of my choice has already been felt in my life. When I made a commitment to work with my spirit, it reciprocated in its commitment to me. At first, even though I was at what seemed to be an impasse in my life, my spirit helped me to break through and turn my life into the positive personal journey that I had anticipated as a child.
Not only is my spirit important to me, I am a fundamental part of my spirit’s journey since, without a body, my spirit is unable to progress. So I make a difference at the most essential part of my being. In my estimation, that is the most comforting feeling of all.
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