Mantra

July 2, 2011
I let go of the victim so I no longer need to create illness and drama and pain to get the attention and love I need and desire. Instead I embrace my innate worth as a being knowing that I deserve love simply because I am and that I am love because I AM.

I let go of the martyr so I no longer feel I have to serve myself in order to receive love. I no longer see the world as broken but as a puzzle that as I learn to love myself and honor myself gets restored to wholeness.

I let go of the servant who slaves and toils because she cannot feel her innate worth and value. I opened to receive the beauty and abundance in this world as it is ME.

I let go of the actor who feels she has to play the role properly in order to receive love. I relinquish the phoniness and the lies needed to play this game and embrace truth and authenticity.

I let go of the silent child who is afraid to speak her truth so she hides behind the veil, pulls it down farther so as not to truly see her own truth. I now embrace my voice as it is my siren of truth and integrity. I allow Spirit/my Higher Self to speak through me, shining my beauty into the world and allowing my light to be a beacon in the darkness showing the way home.

I let go of the intellectual who believes that she must be able to “chew it up and spit it out” for something to be truth. I release everything that I thought I knew and was taught about who I am and how this world and life works and embrace my inner guidance, my deep inner knowing and truth that guides me and leads the way.

I let go of the egoist who has to be right. The inner fundie who cannot allow others to find their own way. I embrace my ability to let go of attachments and expectations so that all beings may live authentic lives and be seen and loved for exactly who they are in this present moment.

There is no need to prove worth, you are alive therefore you are love, loved and beloved.

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About Maria Falce

Maria is a spiritual writer and a self-love warrior with a deep and diverse background in both the culinary and healing arts. She is most passionate about guiding people to connect with their inner voice, a midwife to the joyful birth of inherent authentic creativity that lives within us all.
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