By Donna Gates, as seen on:

According to Matthew Klein, medical seer and healer living in Los Angeles, “Seeking God outside yourself is like trying to lift a box while standing inside of it.”

Granted, the force of the Uni-verse is everywhere. It is in everything. But your personalized source of Uni-versal energy is found within. Go a little deeper, and you will discover an infinite I-Am presence in the heart.

Comparison is a poison that may create feelings of inadequacy, envy, anger, depression, loneliness, and despair. These feelings can cause disharmony in the cells of our body and as Dr. Bruce Lipton’s work demonstrates, even our DNA.

Each human being has been born into a unique situation, with a unique set of lessons, obstacles, and blessings.

Many meditation practices focus on bringing Uni-versal force into the body. But not enough practices teach how to expand the love and the divinity that you already possess.

As a child of the Uni-verse, you are automatically a vessel of light, love, joy, and infinite possibility.

When we get stuck in comparison, we forget our birthright.

The next time you meditate, call upon your own infinite and Uni-versal self.

Summon up the light of Light and Love that lives within each cell of your body. Choose foods that are healthy and full of nutrition – like fermented spirulina, coconut water kefir, and ocean vegetables – to increase your cellular energy and uplift your mood.

Before long, you will begin to cherish what you once judged. You will see yourself as precious. You will know that your worth far outweighs any object or accomplishment.

I believe that when we strengthen our body with superior nutrition and our mind and heart Uni-versal Love, we can share our talents and gifts with those around us – and that rippling effects the world.

What do you think? I would love to hear your thoughts in the comments below.

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