Are you claiming your blessing?

7-2-20

May you constantly be merged in the Father’s imperishable and selfless love and become Maya-proof.

Maya cannot attract the children who remain constantly merged in the Father’s love. Just as not a single drop of water can stay on waterproof clothes, in the same way, those who remain merged in this love become Maya-proof. Maya cannot attack you in any way because the Father’s love is imperishable and selfless. How can those who have experienced this become trapped in temporary love. One is the Father and the second is I, and no third person can come in-between us.

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4 Responses to Are you claiming your blessing?

  1. Bette says:

    Keep these articles cmonig as they’ve opened many new doors for me.

    • Deacon says:

      I bow down hmbuly in the presence of such greatness.

      • Arhvin says:

        Happiness is all of the above, but for me a bit too much to rmeember. This is why I believe that happiness is pretty much an attitude, a way of simply being happy because life is so much more enjoyable if you are happy. With this attitude, you cannot avoid seeing the bright side of life, noticing the positive in any situation and notice the pleasant faces of people you meet and interact with. And when you do this, the same response will usually come back. A virtuous circle!

  2. Mitchell says:

    There is a criitacl shortage of informative articles like this.

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