I keep hearing that Aretha Franklin song wailing in my head: R-E-S-P-E-C-T…Give me some respect. It is everywhere up in my life right now. Comibng at me ffrom every angle. So, of course, there must be a huge pony for me to shift within myself about respect.
Do I respecrt myself? No Whaaaaat?
Do I respect others? No Whaaaaat?
I don’t resonate with either of those statements. But I have total trust in this channel. So I keep searching.
What is the highest issue I need to bring into alignment for respect? Trust Energy. Again, whaaaaat?
OK. Get this: I don’t trust that energy is going to take care of me/honor me/RESPECT me because, well, it hasn’t a lot of times. My father’s alcoholism, our poverty, the treatment from kids at school, being blackballed in my business, disappointed by some family members in important decisions.
Much of my life has colored the PERSPECTIVE that I am not respected. And therefore, I cannot respect that which does not respect me.
So, as we know, if we continue to create the present through the lenses of past experiences, we keep creating the past. I want a present where I am respected. Now. So all these instances where I am feeling disrespected are bringing to my awareness that THERE IS A SUBCONSCIOUS BELIEF/PERCEPTION THAT I AM NOT RESPECTED SO I CAN CHOOSE TO KNOW I AM RESPECTED.
That’s what I want.
That’s what I must claim.
That is what I need to retrain my brain to know, accept, and focus upon. And I am choosing that!
Most of these feelings seem to be centered around my acting world, and not the healing world of me. But knowing how energy works, I better harness the pony here and start riding it in the direction of what I want or it seeps into every subject of my life: my money won’t respect me, my body won’t respect me, etc..
Nope, I am too conscious now to allow any of these limiting perceptions to affect me negatively in any way. I am on it! And I claim, ” I am respected by all energy. I respect all energy. I am in perfect recigive with respect.” And so it is!
“This world of ours must avoid becoming a community of dreadful fear and hate, and be, instead, a proud confederation of mutual trust and respect.”
– Dwight Eisenhower