Daily Dose for the Soul

Let go of identifying yourself on the basis of your achievements

This may be difficult concept if you think you are your achievements. God writes all the music, God sings all the songs, God builds all the buildings, God is the source of all your achievements. I can hear your ego loudly protesting. Nevertheless, stay tuned to this idea. All emanates from Source! You and that Source are one. You’re not this body and its accomplishments. You are the observer. Notice it all, and be grateful for the abilities you’ve been given, the motivation to achieve, and the stuff you’ve accumulated. But give all the credit to the power of intention, which brought you into existence and which you’re a materialised part of. The less you need to take credit for your achievements and the more connected you stay to the seven faces of intention, the more you’re free to achieve, and the more will show up for you. It’s when you attach yourself to those achievements and believe that you alone are doing all of those things that you leave the peace and the gratitude of your Source.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. innervoice28 says:

    Love this. Everything is granted to us by God’s Grace

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    1. GS says:

      Yes. With a strong sense of independence and a hard-working spirit, it is easy to think our personal achievements are all our own. We might list all the ways in which we contribute to our own success — discipline, studying, hard work, and persistence. Oftentimes, we forget to add God to the list, who plays an invaluable role in helping us reach the goals He knows we can accomplish.

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  2. ascott4321 says:

    Love 💗🙏🏼 Thank you ☺

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    1. GS says:

      Humility is Key, Ally.

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  3. Kellie says:

    Oh I like this but may be easier said than done 🤔❤️

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    1. GS says:

      I can understand that Kellie. I let my professional achievements define me all the time, they give me a push to work which is wrong. I am guilty too 🥸

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