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Spirit Shorts℠ #106: We Define Spiritually Forgiven As…

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Many seek salvation, redemption and forgiveness but look without when salvation lies squarely within your awareness. Are you willing to do the work of loving yourself?

A message from my Spirit Guide, Mark.

Spirit Shorts℠ Episode 106: We Define Spiritually Forgiven as Salvation

Mark is quite a character. In today’s message, he mentions the typically Christian topics of salvation, redemption and forgiveness. It’s my understanding that these topics are at the discretion of God who judges the actions of man to see whether he has earned a place in heaven.

From the context of Spiritualism, we replace God with you. It’s you who chooses to live here and now in heaven or hell. It’s you who judges your every action, reaction, thought and emotion. Hence Mark’s comment your salvation lies within your awareness.

define spiritually. Many seek salvation, redemption and forgiveness but look without when salvation lies squarely within your awareness. Are you willing to do the work of loving yourself?For me, the most challenging part of Mark’s message is his asking whether we’re willing to do the work to love ourselves. For me, this is one of the most shocking questions one can consider. I would define spiritually inclined as the willingness to do the work of loving ourselves. What a foreign concept. For many, love is a concept. But self-love is not even a concept; like reading Chinese or Japanese.

As we begin to define spiritually as salvation and begin to see that our salvation, redemption and forgiveness is is a matter of our willingness to love ourselves something new becomes begins to happen. We begin to breathe, smile and become attractive.

Our spiritual nature begins to enhance our physical appearance and healing our bodies. A vigor and vitality energize our very being creating a radiance that illumines our way.

Who knew heaven could be so grand?

About TS Hall

TS Hall is the Stoic Medium, a Spiritualist Minister who is also know as Rev Terry Hall.

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