Daily Prayer – I Completely Love And Accept Myself

Before you start reading the prayer, remember to breathe into your diaphragm several times and allow Chi in your body to flow. Then as you start to read the prayer, you’ll feel your whole being is willing and eager to absorb the essence of the prayer.

 

In the infinity of life where I am,

all is perfect, whole and complete.

I allow myself to be Divinely protected and guided.

I trust that the Universe loves me unconditionally,

and is waiting for me to receive its love and abundance.

I choose to look within

as the outside reality is an accurate picuture of my inner state.

As I shift my inner state, my outside reality changes as well.

It’s safe for me to look within

and trust that the universe will protect me through the process.

It’s safe and beneficial for me to dive into the suppressed emotions

as the emotions I am afraid and resent the most

are the ones I need to clear the most.

I realize that I am far more than my personality – past, present and future.

I now choose rise above my perceived problems

to recognized the magnificence of my being

and know that I have complete power to change my life

I am competely willing to accept, embrace, love and value myself dearly.

All is well in my world.

 

 

Inspired by Louise L. Hay

Jane Huang

Founder of MasterSource Spiritual Guidance

Whatever You Give Attention to Grows

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What’s your approach to life challenges? Do you take responsibility for your thoughts, feelings and emotions or do you project them at other people to make them responsible for the results and the directions of your life? Are you honest about your true thoughts, feelings and emotions without putting yourself down or do you judge yourself for mistakes because it is too hard to facing your emotions? How do you deal with conflicts with people around you? Do you project all the negativity at them or do you ask yourself what you have done has caused the situation and what energy in your has attracted the particular situation?

When facing challenges, difficulties, conflicts and confusion, there are many ways to deal with them and each one will bring you a unique solution. Not sure which one to choose? Try this: close your eyes, breathe into your diaphragm, let go of your thoughts and let your feeling and emotions flow. See yourself being peaceful and grateful for the solutions and let the feeling guide you to take the actions that will bring you the best result. Relax, trust divine guidance and take inspired actions instead of reacting directly from the fight or flight mode or getting into a habit of worrying, debating in your mind, or even resentment. Try it several times and make it your habit of making decisions. You’ll feel much lighter, happier and your life will be a lot more enjoyable.

Jane Huang

Founder of MasterSource Spiritual Guidance

It’s the climb that is mostly challenging and yet most rewarding.

Let go of your resistance to the challenges in your life, embrace them with an open heart! Everything happens in your life is a reflection of your beliefs, desires, emotions, passions, and longings etc. When you feel scared, nervous, frustrated, hurt or angry, step back, breathe deeply into your diaphram and feel the underlying emotions triggered by the events. The more you surrender and let go of your resistance, the faster you can release the suppressed emotions and the faster the divine answers can come to you.

Jane Huang

MasterSource Spiritual Guidance

Q&A: What’s the correlation between emotional injury and fear?

Fear is a common emotional injury that most people suffer. Some people like to refer emotional injuries as negative imprints that are imposed by our environment when we are very young and have not developed the consciuous mind to reject limiting and harmful beliefs.

Some emotions are causal emotions and some emotions are capping/blocking emotions. Shame and grief are common causal emotions. Fear, frustration, anger and rage are capping emotions that block people to get in touch with the painful feelings that they suppress. Most people get frustrated or angry because they want to run away from the painful emotions that they refuse to experience and release. But from a person getting sad to angry, it can happen within a fraction of a second and majority of people do not have the habit of observing their own behaviours and emotions swings.

Whenever a person gets angry or afraid, it is a sign that they are runing away the painful emotions that are stored in them instead of owning their emotions and really experiencing them without judgements. For example, a person who is afraid of admiting his/her true feelings may have been ridiculed when he/she shared his/her emotions openly but never allowed him/herself to feel the sorrow inside. A person who is afraid of falling in love may have been rejected or betrayed by the people he/she intensely attracted to or deelply trusted but never embraced and let go of the painful experiences.

Imgine when a child discovers something new and is eager to share it with his/her parents who he/she believes are supposed to love and support him/her. However instead of being encouraged, he/she gets yelled at, dismissed anad ridiculed. As a result the child feels not valued, not supported, not loved, resulting in a lot of grief and sorrow. In a lot of culture, children are not really encouraged to experience their painful emotions and are taught that crying signifies weakness while in reality they are just experiencing and releasing their emotions. It is when people run away from their emotions and suppress them with fear and anger that they become defensive, fragile and less powerful. So as the child grows up, he/she can be very afraid of discovering new things and inventing new ways of doing things on his/her own. He/she may even become jealous and resentful towards others who think out of the box and receive inspirations.

So to truly process in our life, accepting, embracing and releasing the painful emotions is essential. We are not responsible for what happened to us when we were children because they result from others people’s ignorance of how their negative words and actions can cause pain in another. But we are the only people who can release those painful emotions stored in ourselves and can set us free from emotional prisons.

Love and peace

Jane Huang

Q&A: As a person ages, would it make them harder to release their suppressed emotions?

I mentioned age is a factor because most people suppressed their emotions most of their life due to societal conditioning. We internalize those judgements such as crying means we are weak, by getting angry with people, we feel powerful and can get what we want etc. That’s why for most people, as they age, they become more fearful, frustrated and cynical. These can reflect on their physical appearance as well. Our physical appearances partly reflect our emotional state. For example, radiant eyes reflect a person’s clarity and hopefulness. Gloomy eyes reflects pessimism, fear, grief or hopelessness.

After a person started their spiritual journey, their chronological age becomes less a factor because their mentality and beliefs have changed and start to perceive everything as a reflection of part of themselves. As person progresses more on the spiritual path, they actually become more childlike, humourous, fun to be around and less afraid of others’ judgements. Some people who are very advanced spiritually can actually reverse aging as they appear younger and people around them can see or sense a glowing radiance around them.

Jane Huang

Founder of MasterSource Spiritual Guidance

Q&A: Emotions are a voliate subject, how can one be selective and choose certain emotions to feel and release?

We don‘t use the mind to choose what emotions we want to work with. We simply allow emotions come up and usually the stronger the emotion is, the faster it will jump out.

Take me for an example, I do breathing exercise everyday to allow emotions come up and feel what emotions I have been suppressing. Most people have suppressed their emotions so much that intellectually they think they are one way, but in reality, they are another way. For instance, if a person think he/she is peaceful but get annoyed or frustrated by outside circumstances. Then this person has supressed emotions and the event serves to trigger his/her suppressed emotions. Psychologists call those subconscious emotions or beliefs. Most people project their own feelings and expectations on other people and outside circumstances. When a person close their heart that they become angry or frustrated which are fear based. In most cases, they are afriad of losing control and completely letting go.

Anger and fear are blocking/capping emotions. The real causal emotions are grief and shame that one has denied and suppressed.

Jane Huang

Founder of MasterSource Spiritual Guidance

Prayer for connecting with one’s true self

God, angels and my spiritual guides, please help me let go of all the judgments, criticism, and emotional injuries that I have internalized. I am willing to release them in whatever form that comes naturally to me because I have realized they do not serve my highest good anymore. Please help me be in touch with the peace within myself and listen to the voice that comes from that all knowing peacefulness. Deep inside I am eternally aware of the unbreakable bond between my soul and God and trust that God has a divine plan for me.  It is my own judgments, fears and addictions that are blocking me to live an exciting and fulfilling life. I yearn for God’s divine love and truth to pour into my heart, wash away all of my false beliefs and transform my life inside out. God, angels and my spiritual guides, please help me take a leap of faith, make decisions based on truth, love and freedom and trust that I am divinely guided and protected at each step of the way.

Love and light

MasterSource Spiritual guidance