When your conscience hurts – it’s true function

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We all get these occasional pangs of conscience that’s telling us something’s wrong, or telling us that we should feel guilty, angry, victimized or superior. Such temptations can take us to places we don’t want to go emotionally as spiritual aspirants.

Our progression is best served by recognizing the conscience as the universe’s compassionate way of pointing to opportunities for harmonization within us. We all have opportunities to contribute to lifting the human consciousness and condition.

When our conscience hurts and feels guilty look at it as an opportunity to be courageous. We can retreat from thought and choose to observe or witness the content of thought impersonally. Engage your Spiritual Heart by being willing to open to Unconditional Love.

Make the Mental Contact with Universal Life Energy and visualize temptations of the conscience as weeds that you pull out by the roots from the subconscious and burn it with the pure Light of Universal Life Energy, releasing it. You are removing the illusions of the thoughts which set limitations on us.

We can raise our level of consciousness step by step within ourselves. Gradually we lift ourselves from blame to anxiety, up to scorn and into acceptance.  Or when tempted to feel victimized it is a wonderful opportunity of empowerment to release and transcend into Unconditional Love.

These processes are engaging both the mind and heart, Mind/Heart coherence. Our Heart is our Seat of Love, yet it is also wise and can raise our level of consciousness, helping us reason and make FourSquare decisions to improve not only our physical life, but also our inner spiritual awareness.

 Every compassionate thought, attitude and act not only lifts ourselves, but indeed, it outweighs many negative thoughts held by humanity. It is a motivation of Love that is of spiritual value.

In the hope You find Love close at hand, PortiaSLB

“There is an infinite Supply of Power around you. All you need to do is to learn how to draw upon it and how to use it in every department of your daily life.”

Eugene Fersen, Science of Being, page 5.