What Do You See In The Mirror?

How do you see yourself? Magnificent.Loving.Kind.One with God.

Who are you? Your Highest Self or your small self.

Who are you today? Are you making it the same as you were in your 20s, 40s, 60s?

You are different today than you were in other decades of your life. 

Are you living like that difference?

What else is possible? Choose to allow more of your Higher Self to show through.

One of the big revelations on the hero’s journey is to uncover all the masks you wear that were created from your past. From the patterns, you used to survive and live life.

Decide when and where those masks and patterns came to be.

Find all the ways you have made yourself wrong. See if you are still holding things against you.

Choose a new look, a new story.

As Dr. Kim D’Eramo shares, the ways we suffer are from:

Letting our past dictate our present
Living from the future
Limiting ourselves based on the roles we identify with

Allowing the opinions of others to control our choices

Who do you see in the mirror from these each of these areas?

Let them go.

Today is a new day.
Think about all the images you have made for yourself over your lifetime. Which ones most guide your life today? Are they helpful in creating the life you desire?

How can you release yourself from old images and judgments of who you think you are to be so you can believe in yourself in a bigger way?

Let something Higher show up for you.

How can that mirror be more like the one you truly are?

Be easy on yourself, easy and loving.

Hopefully, by this time in your life, you have opened to more compassion and grace so you can see who you REALLY are.

Who do you want to be? Who do you want to see in the mirror?

A helpful tool for finding out who you are and what’s holding you back is to do mirror work. Stand in front of the mirror and look at yourself up and down. Notice what you feel and what you are saying. Tell yourself how much you love you. Every bit of you. Notice where it works and where you look away. Ponder why is that. What makes it easy to accept parts of you and not others?

Chart a path to self-acceptance and unconditional love for yourself based on what comes up as you do the mirror work.

The intention is to love who you are and what you see. More than the physical body.

It is an important part of becoming who you want to be.

Are you willing to take the first step? It will free you. You will see fewer wrinkles and frowns in the mirror.

How committed are you to becoming your Higher Self so that you are free when you look in the mirror?

Be who you are meant to be.

Think of Michael Jackson’s song, Man In The Mirror,
“I’m gonna make a change
For once in my life
It’s gonna feel real good
Gonna make a difference
Gonna make it right”

Who do you see in the mirror? Go deeper.

Abraham-Hicks says, “So why am I who I am, and why am I born to who I am born to, and why is it set up the way it is set up?” We say, “For the fun of it. For the joy of it. For the expansion of it. For the growth of it. For the difference in it. For the desire producing value in it.”

Who are you today? How close are you to who you want to be?

What steps could you take today so you freely and lovingly look in the mirror?

Love the one you see.