From Reflection to Expression: Embracing Your True Identity as a Manifestation of Source"

In the teaching of Divine Science, man is defined as an expression of Source, not a reflection. This means that man is a manifestation of Source's essence, and not just a mere reflection. It's like looking in a mirror - the reflection is not you, but rather a representation of your physical appearance. Similarly, man embodies Source's qualities, such as love, compassion, wisdom, and manifestation, and is not merely a reflection of IT.

Understanding this can help us live masterfully. By recognizing our divine essence, we can tap into the qualities of the divine within ourselves and become a force for positive change in the world. When we express ourselves as divine spiritual beings, we inspire others to do the same, creating a ripple effect of positivity.

As African Americans, recognizing our divine essence can be especially powerful. Historically, we have faced oppression and marginalization resulting in levels of self-hatred and self-sabotage. But by embracing our divine essence, we can overcome limiting thoughts and verbal scripts that do not represent our greatest good. When we embody the qualities of the divine, we become powerful agents on earth.

In the song "I Am Light" by Indie Arie, she sings about not being defined by her physical appearance. This idea aligns with recognizing ourselves as expressions of the divine, beyond any physical limitations or imposed societal constructs.

It's important to remember not to make the mistake of creating or defining the divine in our own reflection. Instead, we should always strive to recognize the divine within ourselves and let it express itself through us as us.

In short, understanding that we are expressions of the divine is essential in overcoming the limitations that come with identifying as a reflection of Source.

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Gregory “Ausar”  Stanton
St. Louis New Thought Center

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