Any personal lack of self-esteem is totally inappropriate
March 13, 2013 by John Smallman
http://johnsmallman2.wordpress.com/2013/03/13/any-personal-lack-of-self-esteem-is-totally-inappropriate/

Humanity is advancing rapidly towards awakening into its natural state of being fully conscious at all times. Your awareness of your spiritual essence is growing, and as a direct result you are doing less and less from an unconscious state, from a state of unawareness, and so you are observing and questioning your thoughts, words, and actions quite rigorously in contrast to what you were doing as recently as last year, 2012. And this is very good news. It demonstrates that your spiritual evolution is progressing extremely well in response to the new energies that have enveloped you.

Of course this new awareness can be unsettling because you find yourselves observing and questioning attitudes and behaviors of which you were previously almost wholly unconscious, or, if somewhat aware, which you thought were perfectly normal and appropriate. Now you are often not so sure. To be unsure and questioning is the start of the release from fear, because fear generally leads to denial and suppression. It takes courage to question your assumptions, to recognize that some — or even most — of your habitual patterns of behavior are not something to be proud of, and then to take appropriate action to change them. By changing them, you change yourselves — the selves that you present to the world. And then, on top of that, other people notice the changes in you, which can also be unsettling.

Remember, it is not you that is changing — you are a perfect, divine being; you always have been, and you always will be. It is your perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors that are changing as you bring them steadily into alignment with your divine and loving nature. You are allowing yourselves to be yourselves, and you are discarding the masks and disguises that you have been wearing and hiding behind fearfully for eons. You are rediscovering yourselves, and that is uplifting, inspiring, and very life-affirming for you. It is demonstrating very positively for you that any personal lack of self-esteem, sense of unworthiness, or even worthlessness is totally inappropriate. To rediscover yourselves is a most joyful experience; in fact it can be quite ecstatic as you realize that not only do you deserve honor and respect, but that it is literally your God-given right to receive it.