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Monday, April 28, 2008

True Guidance

True Guidance is to the point. True Guidance is very direct and to the point. It doesn't waste time, or give you ambiguous messages since God wants you to understand its meaning clearly. False guidance beats around the bush and gives more rationalizations than an anxious salesperson. False guidance peppers you with words and tingled with fear and anxiety.

The guidance comes suddenly and completely. True guidance comes as a complete chunk of information out of the blue, usually in response to prayer and meditation. One test of whether your guidance is true or false is to retrace your steps in thinking. Is there a chain of thoughts that led you to your guidance?This is usually guidance coming from the lower self. Higher-self guidance may come in response to a question you ask, but it usually doesn't have a trail of thoughts leading to it.

True guidance never puts us above or below others. False guidance nearly always involves scenarios in which you appear in the starring role as a hero. The lower self ego tries to convince you that, if you follow its lead, everyone will adore and revere you. FALSE Guidance puts you in the starring role, a role that usually has you competing, attacking, or winning at others' expensives.

your true self will never elevate you above other people. All of its advice is based on the knowledge that God loves everyone equally.

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