Meditation Monday No. 5 – Revising an Argument with Your Spouse

Only willing to see what you want to see, if you persuade yourself that you are now what you want to be, you have forgotten what you were before. That’s forgiveness.

Neville Goddard

Very few of us married folk haven’t gotten into arguments with our beloved spouses from time to time. Especially if you’re still new at consciously using your imagination, it’s easy to forget that all the world around you is a reflection of your own consciousness. And that world around you includes your husband or wife.

If you have been using your imagination consciously, you know by now that “an assumption, if persisted in, will harden into fact”. That being said, it’s especially important not to persist in a negative assumption in your closest relationships. Words are powerful magic. Unkind words, spoken or thought repeatedly, will harden into fact just as easily as kind, loving words.

So why not use your imagination to replace hurtful words with kind, loving, thoughtful words? That’s what today’s meditation will help you do. When you assume the feeling that you share a loving, supportive relationship with your spouse, that feeling will become your reality.

It is my belief that elevating our relationships to their highest possible vibration is the key to creating peace in the world. It doesn’t matter if you’re gay or straight, religious or agnostic, political or a diehard anarchist. When you see the “others” in your life as reflections of yourself, they will eventually see themselves in you — even if they’re not aware of it. Start with your husband or wife, and then watch as this loving energy spreads to the community around you, and out into the world beyond.

Most of all, have fun! Your spouse will appreciate your positive energy, and those arguments will naturally fall away to the past.

Peace,

Miriam

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