Great Reminder from Saint-Germain

You are here now to move beyond the feelings of conflict, guilt, and identity confusion that may have troubled you. You are here to get back to the beginning – back to the starting point. You are here on this planet to remember the Truth of your Divinity. To remember that you are a Child of God, and God also.

There is no greater Truth than this about you. And remembering this will correct any other misperceptions about you that you may have had.

You see, your Soul and Creator are not concerned with any perspective you have that contradicts the reality of your Divinity – whether this be your gender, your sexual preference, your nationality – or your race, ethnicity, religious beliefs, or anything else. The only identity that has any fundamental or lasting relevance to your Soul is your Divinity. Any other way you may label or identify yourself is transitory. It changes from one incarnation to the next.

Your Soul encourages you to remember your Divine Identity, instead. You are a Child of God, and God also...This IS the Truth About You. And this fundamental Divinity is what you share with others, too.
The above was taken from a Saint-Germain channel Challenges of Being a Gay Man by Alexandra Mahlimay and Dan Bennack at Joy and Clarity.

Although it was part of an answer given to a specific question, I think it applies equally to all of us. We are living as if the human being that we see in the mirror is who we are, and it isn't. It's only a role we are playing at this particular point in time, and that role changes and shifts all the time. We respond and act from who we believe ourselves to be, and that too changes and shifts over time, even moment by moment.

Remembering that we are so much greater, so much grander, than the labels we put on ourselves - and on each other - helps us get refocused on what's important. There just isn't anything more important - or more satisfying - than remembering Who We Really Are and living from that stand.

That human that we've defined as us is just a role we play, and we can opt out of that role at any time. It might not be easy, or necessarily quick, but as we continue to distinguish the role we play (complete with limitations) from who we really are (no limitations), we can change our role to something that suits us better. And in doing so live a life that is much more joyful, much more complete, and much more satisfying.

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