[Monday Message] Be Great

Every human being has the potential for greatness. Be great.

You are a child of God, a spark of the Divine, a co-creator of the Universe. Who are you not to be great?

What makes you think you aren’t great? Let’s make sure you are in acceptance of who you are and aren’t suffering from perfectionism. You are a child of God, a spark of the Divine, a co-creator of the Universe. You don’t have to do everything perfectly in order to be great. Your resistance may not be keeping you from greatness. Maybe you just need to be in acceptance of your greatness.

What do you think gets in the way of your greatness? Check it against facts. Check it also against what your closest friends see in you.

In what areas of your life do you settle? Settling is absolutely a thing that we do when we don’t see our greatness.

What is the disability, fear, block, or poor programming that you think causes you to settle for less than your full potential? Please remember that you are not less than. You are a child of God, a spark of the Divine, a co-creator of the Universe. You can absolutely be great.

If you lived up to your greatness in those situations, how would that look? How could that look? Do you know, or are you just aiming for a nebulous, fictional space where you will feel like you are enough?

Be in your greatness, in your power. Create wondrous things. Touch people. Sing the song of creation. Bring that greatness to every task, every endeavor in your life. You have no idea how far you can go if you do this.

This post is part of a new series called Monday Message, based on that day’s reflection from 365 Days to Enlightenment (authorized versions are currently out of print, working on a new edition). Check back next Monday for another one! You can also sign up for the Daily Message on my mailing list if you’d like to receive a new reflection every day. I also often post them to Instagram and Twitter, if either of those is a medium you enjoy.

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