Those who blindly adore another often project their own greatness onto them, unable to recognize it in themselves or bring it into the world.

When they find their object of adoration cannot bring them their greatness back, nor live it for them because they can only do that themselves, adoration can turn sour.

Then the internal hatred and loathing which forced them to take their own greatness underground in the first place, might rear its head and is usually aimed at the object they adored in the first place – so they had better run for the hills!

To allow our own light to shine, we often first have to face the demons that made us bury it long ago – the voices of the bullies, the haters, the judges… it takes effort to cast them out and polish the mirror of our own true nature, which is the eternal beauty of creation.

We are all worthy, we are all beautiful, we are all special and unique.

Let’s celebrate each others’ light and greatness without denying our own – and the world will be filled with joy and celebration!  ♥


5 thoughts on “Adoration

  1. Yes Wendy, we are indeed All worthy, thank you for this, I have been discovering again the one I buried some time ago.. and I got her to play again.. 🙂 Love and Hugs my friend.. and love the picture of the cat.. Is she/he yours?
    Love Sue ❤

    1. How wonderful you rediscovered her and can have her play again! 🙂 Love and hugs to you too dear Sue! The cat isn’t mine alas, ours went to the rainbow bridge years ago… would love to have cat family around again… maybe in my next house! 🙂

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