On May 26, 2020 Greg asked questions and Anne telepathically shared answers from “All That Is.”
Q: How can we approach the world today?
The issue is self-love. You can simply say that loving yourself is the most important thing you can do while you are alive. This catapults you into goodness and the experience of goodness. You leave the smallminded thinking behind. You let go of fear and feel yourself elevated in your heart to a place of softness where you treat yourself well.
In this place, you create your reality with love. This brings about more goodness and more self-appreciation, which tumbles into the experience of bliss. If you can hold your vibration in a place of loving yourself just long enough to take yourself out of fear, then you have succeeded. If you can have this as your moment to moment goal, then your focus will be pure and your results will increase in goodness.
Q: Often when people do things for other people, they feel good. But when they do something for themselves, they often feel guilty. Could you talk to that?
Truly you are being kind to another because you have been kind to yourself. Let that be an acknowledgement. Give yourself credit for having come this far. Do not put yourself down for those things you have not yet accomplished. Focus on what you have done and feel good about that.
If in a day you find yourself able to compliment someone but have difficulty receiving a compliment yourself, then give thanks for that awareness. Recognize in that moment of awareness you can be kind to yourself. You can correct a mistake quite easily through your awareness. Tell yourself this is possible so the next time this occurs, it will be more of an automatic correction for you and you will start a habit of being kind to yourself. This is self-love.
The more you do this, the more naturally kind you will be to others and they will be to you. Of course, there will be moments of learning where you find yourself unsure of what you have done. But see it as a learning experience rather than that you are wrong. That will take you back to self-love
Q: What about the people who say, “Service to others over service to self?”
This phrase is simply defining the difference between being in your heart – being kind to yourself and others – versus being in your ego personality. When you are in your ego you can be selfish, use others for personal gain and take from them what is theirs. If you translate this phrase that way, it is useful. But many people interpret this phrase through the lens of codependency. They think giving to themselves is wrong. They forget to love themselves, over-give to others and things become lopsided.
It all begins with loving yourself first. Otherwise, it is a codependent act, which is convoluted and controlling. Then you often wonder why the results are so messed up.
Q: Are you saying that spiritually advanced beings love themselves?
Every being is evolving. The more you love yourself, the happier you become.
You raise your vibration when you feel good about yourself. But we are not saying to feel special or better than another. You are each unique in your vibrations. That does not make you better or worse than another.
The better than or worse than evaluation is from your ego. It is not your heart or spirit speaking. It is your small mindedness feeling you must be better to survive; therefore, others must be worse. Or if you put yourself down, you are harming yourself before another can do it, which is another convoluted way to survive. This is outside the realm of love.
To love yourself more, simply feel more connected to Source and your higher wisdom. Know you have goodness within you – you are birthed with it. Appreciate nature as a part of you. Breathe in the air and feel connected to all that is. Appreciate your physical body for giving you this physical experience. Say, “Thank you” over and over again.