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You might ask « Am I enough? How can I be enough?», but that is not true. What is truth is that you are. To be enough is another definition. Enough is a meaningless label. Enough for who? How can you ever be enough for anyone else when everyone else has different desires, expectations for who you should be? You can never be enough for anyone who is not enough for themselves. So the only one you could be enough…

Transcript from Laurel Group Channeling Session: Isabelle: All right Laurel, you said this was specific for Tina. Do you want to show the nuances between my ascension, and how it differs from Tina? LAUREL: It doesn’t differ very much because it’s the same process, and you also go from unworthiness into worthiness. From not accepting who you are, into completely loving who you are. There are different nuances of what you do not accept compared to Tina. There are different…

You cannot find what is “not enough” in you because it is an illusion. It does not exist. It is not there. As you created yourself, as you chose your traits, your body and your personality, you chose a complete package. If you had been born with only one arm, that would still be a complete package. In all of creation there is nothing incomplete. The dark holes of the Universe, the “empty” places, are not empty. They are not…

If you perceive that you are not enough for someone else, it is because you believe you are not enough. What others think of you is a reflection of their own inner struggles or delights, so you can never base their perception of you on anything outside of them. What you think others think of you, that is a reflection of what you think of you. The opinions you project onto them are really yours. You are using them to…

When others don’t follow the rules you have agreed upon, it makes you insecure. Rules make you feel safe. They give you an opportunity to feel accepted, and give you a measurable way of knowing if you are good enough, or not, and how good or how bad you are. When you don’t follow the rules you feel a lot of guilt, believing it makes you unworthy and unlovable. When others don’t follow the rules you believe they are also…

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