Love Is What We Are

Love is an energy that flows and radiates in our core. It is possible to feel it. Yet, there may be times when it is a LOT easier to handle anxiety than to feel the more subtle feelings of love within you.

As a practitioner, I witness so many BLOCKS to love arising, like this notion that we have to EARN love somehow. Like love is something we need to “work” for to get it in “return.”

Sure, I get it. I’ve been there, and I understand where that may be coming from.

I’m also noting that “deserving” love is a misconception — akin to a child believing they deserved abuse because the big wrong person said they did.

Many people do not believe they deserve love. This mentality will only foster feelings of worthlessness paired with resentment towards those who appear ‘lucky’ enough as it were from afar.

Please, try not to let a massive marketing campaign lead you down the emotionally sabotaging path that you are not worthy of love if you don’t receive a gift or a card on a specific day.

We can CHOOSE to celebrate love every day by demonstrating an appreciation of the people we care about – including yourself.

Let’s assert that LOVE is something we ARE. Do not go seeking for that which you are.

Love is our birthright. Love is the fundamental necessity of our life. Do not go seeking for that which you are. Those who seek love will manifest their lovelessness, and the loveless never find love. Only the loving find love, and they never have to strive for it. ~ Neville Goddard

5 thoughts on “Love Is What We Are

  1. Love the Neville Goddard quote. It’s true we are love, and vibrating on the love frequency is a whole magick VIBE! Thanks for sharing, Earth Angel <3 xxxx

  2. And the blocks have a gift within them. Dare to look and understand…and be free of those fearful shackles that hold us back from being that love. They are just a blindfold…take them off…and see ourselves truly, as we already are. Great post dear lady, glad to see your love in its light 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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