The impulses of your higher self will not lead you astray

“In the story of the Pharisee and the publican praying in the temple, the one felt rich in spirit—egotistical; the other felt “poor in spirit”—humble. One was self-sufficient; the other was teachable and truth-seeking. The poor in spirit seek for goals of spiritual wealth—for God. And such seekers after truth do not have to wait for rewards in a distant future; they are rewarded now. They find the kingdom of heaven within their own hearts, and they experience such happiness now.” [The Urantia Book, 140:5:7]

story of the Pharisee and the publican praying in the templeTeacher: Thought Adjuster ―
When Jesus spoke about the poor in spirit, he did not mean the witless. He was bringing attention to a desirable attitude conducive to a rich spiritual life. Only the humble at heart are teachable, as they candidly admit to their ignorance and deficiencies, eager to make up for these lacks.

Condescending individuals are so full of themselves that they leave no room for Spirit to work wonders in their hearts. Their spiritual entitlement and oversized ego jeopardize the maturation of their spiritual self—rightfully identified as the higher self, not the lesser one.

How teachable are you? Your receptivity to higher input cannot but enhance the quality of your human experience. How else could the Great IQ whose you are the brain-child steer you toward the happy fulfillment of your glorious destiny if you lend a deaf ear to Its best-intended suggestions?


Thought Adjuster ― The impulses of your higher self will not lead you astray ― January 6, 2021 ― Anyas ― Inner Sherpa, Inc ― Oregon, US of A
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Session: January 6, 2021

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