How could I have overlooked what the Company of Heaven has been saying for so long about loving ourselves? (1)
I’m at this point falling in love with myself.
I’ve been painting the insides of my body with love, the container so to speak, and the bliss I feel is revealing so much.
Why did I ever think that I’d get love from another? Why am I chasing someone to love me all the time? Can’t I understand that loving me is my job?
Loving myself, I get a hundred times more love than I feel at the height of a loving exchange with another. And it leaves me with a huge surplus to share.
I can’t imagine what it would be like to be in the presence of another loving him or herself. I see it rarely.
What a crescendo this is, loving one’s self. A climax greater than anything sexual. I can see people getting lost in it.
I’ve seen people abandon their missions for bliss. I don’t want to let that happen to me, but how enthralling and beguiling bliss is, the bliss that’s born of self-love.
I can hear our critics call us the “Me Generation” again, as if this self-love has something to do with narcissism, arrogance, or the self-serving bias.
It doesn’t. If anything, it releases one from self-servingness because all wants and desires dissolve in this love and are satisfied.
What a trip. No wonder they say the journey is as wonderful as the destination.
(1) “Love yourself. That is your assignment.” (Personal reading with Archangel Michael, through Linda Dillon, Aug. 22, 2014.)
“This is an opportunity for you to love yourself unconditionally. Is it not? Yes, so can you love yourself unconditionally right now? …
“When you unconditionally love yourself, then you can unconditionally love everyone. …
“When you love yourself unconditionally, the molecules of unconditional love, which are the highest frequency of Light, move into the psychic scar tissue of your lower fourth-dimensional areas that are holding the scar of being stretched beyond that which it can contain.” (The Arcturians through Suzanne Lie, March 16, 2013.)
“Listen very carefully to what I am saying to you. Love yourself. …
“[What matters is] the care, the nurturing, the attendance to your sacred self. So, how do you weather this terrible storm? The perfect storm? The death of chaos? The death of illusion? You do it by loving yourself in small ways and big ways, and knowing, reinforcing, re-declaring, every hour if necessary, your divine right and your worthiness.” (“St. Germaine on Allowing Love to Transform Us,” channeled by Linda Dillon, January 16, 2014, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2014/01/st-germaine-on-allowing-love-to-transform-us.)