Dismantle Your Habits And Come To Me

Neil Vermillion —  December 18, 2015 —  Comments


Though so much seems as it is slow in arriving, slow in developing, slow in maturing, understand it is not slow. For in your presumption you think I am negligent. In your presumption you think I have forgotten. In your presumption you think I am incompetent. But you think these things because you do not know me. You think these things because these things are familiar to you. You think these things because it makes sense to you and aligns with your experiences, paradigms and perspectives. But as you come to know me for who I really am, not what you project onto me, you will see my timing as beautiful, glorious, and excellent.

And you will no longer presume things to be arriving so slowly. You will no longer perceive development and progression so slow in maturing. You will no longer consider me to be negligent, absent-minded, or incompetent. For you will know me as I am. And in this knowledge you will be humbled and amazed as you gaze and perceive my beauty and my glory. For my perfection is beyond what you can imagine. My perfection is beyond what you can bear. My perfection is no small thing, for I am excellent and perfect in all my ways.

So dismantle your habits and come to me as you did when you were a child. Dismantle your traditions and approach my heart quickly and honestly. For I will not turn you away, but will embrace you and receive you with joy in my heart. And as you approach me you will come to know me. And as you know me you will no longer hold to your worthless traditions or habits, but will encounter me from that place of origin. You will encounter me from that place of purity, that place of honesty, that place of sincerity.

And your heart will grow in love and your mind will be transformed. You will no longer think the way you used to think. You will no longer plan the way you used to plan. For the old order of things will have passed away, and you will have embraced the truth and reality of what I’ve made available to you. And you will no longer be satisfied with trivial, little, worthless trinkets, but will satisfy yourself on true riches. And you will eat and be full. You will taste and enjoy. You will drink and be content. And all this will come from the bounty of my love, my riches, my righteousness, my forgiveness, and my generosity for you, My Dearest.

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