Thursday, September 08, 2022



I trust the Love I Am to guide my life.

I trust all things work together for Good.

I listen within and know what is Good for Me to be and do and give.

I relinquish my need to seek approval from others.

What Do You Trust?

Are you concerned with whom to trust?

Are you confused about what to believe?

Do you know what is the truth?

Are you willing to confront your own trustworthiness?

There is a trust gap now in our world.

It seems media is using our uncertainty to question everything.

Researchers have found that we love to convince ourselves with our own beliefs.

The actual facts seem not to matter when we have decided what we believe.

Stories, politicians, gossip, court cases, and our own family members seem to be untrustworthy!

I am laughing at the list I just wrote for you to consider.

I encourage parents to stop calling their children “liars”.

We all tell stories we want others to believe.

Some tell stories because they believe them.

We all see what we believe.

And our beliefs are based on what we want to believe.

No one wants to be deceived.

Deception comes from false beliefs being backed up with truth.

We may want to be deceived because we fear the truth will hurt.

We may want to tell others a “fib” because we don’t want to be punished.

We always see the facts through our own emotional filters.

Consider that reality is merely what we have judged to be our truth.

Consider that each individual looks at the same set of facts through their distorted perception.

Consider that we all want to be believed and trusted and valued.

Therefore, we all put our own spin on the story we find “”true” for us.

Perception is complex because it must fit with what we want to see and know and hear.

Children in their innocence choose the story they feel is most safe.

Adults in their ignorance and sometimes innocence tell the story they believe is most safe.

Let us consider that the “truth” we trust is our own version to support what we believe.

When facts are perceived with fear, they seem fearful and dangerous..

When facts are perceived with love, they may seem as innocent.

When facts are perceived with forgiveness, they may be seen with compassion.

Decide how you want to perceive the facts: with judgment and fear or with forgiveness and love. 

I prefer to look at the character of each person.

I prefer to see what is worthy and reflects their true nature.

I prefer to observe the heart, caring and compassion of each individual.

I prefer to judge no one, but trust the consistency and intention of each one.

Let us look beneath our judgments.

Let us see ourselves as learning and growing.

Let us notice our generosity and desire to serve.

Let us be forgiving of the errors we all make.

It is only with an open mind that we can discover what is the highest truth.

I choose to forgive and see things differently.

Loving you in discovering your own “truth”.

Betty Lue

Healing Our Projections => Seeing Only Wholeness 

1.  We perceive what we believe.

2.  We believe what we think we are.

3.   If I believe I am my past, then I believe you are your past.

4.   Believing in my past is to see and live it over again in all I see and do and am.

5.   Believing in your past is to remember it and continue to blame you for it. 

6.  The more I feel guilty about my past, the more I place blame on you.

7.  All anger is my guilt projected onto others.

8.  To forgive my past is to release it.

9.  To release is to see it no more.

10.As I release my past, I release others from my projected guilt and self-judgment. 

11. As I see myself whole, I see wholeness in others.

12 .As I heal my guilt about past mistakes, I heal my fear of the future.

13. To be in the present is to heal (erase) the past.

14. As I live in the present and love myself as I am now, I like you in the present and see you as you are now.

15. In this present moment, there is only Love for ourselves, each other and all that is.