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Loyalties

Look at your Loyalties. Who and what are the persons, situations and things that are non-negotiable?How might they be holding you back? For instance some people stay in caustic situations because they absolve it from scrutiny with the blanket statement, “My ________ means everything to me.”

Think of a teenager who is in a dysfunctional relationship. She may say her boyfriend means everything to her and uses blind loyalty to rationalize putting up with abuse. Think of someone who doesn’t realize their own valuable contribution in a work setting. They stay in an unhappy situation out of loyalty. But is it really loyalty or is fear?

We have primal memories ingrained in our DNA of being trapped in scenarios where the Lord of the Land is king and our loyalty to them is a matter of survival. We have been slaves, and as horrible as it was, we didn’t want to be sold and taken to a worse situation. There is the scenario of being thrown into a strange land and the only comfort is the people we are with. There are so many times our loyalty was our only source of security.

I release confusing loyalty for blind allegiance, in all lifetimes.
I release looking the other way, in all lifetimes.
I release losing myself in blind loyalty, in all lifetimes.
I release blinding myself to loyalty, in all lifetimes.
I release being enslaved to loyalty, in all lifetimes.
I release giving my power over to loyalty, in all lifetimes.
I release using loyalty to perpetuate denial, in all lifetimes.
I shift my paradigm from blind loyalty to awareness, in all lifetimes.

By releasing blind loyalties, we make space in our world for a higher integrity. We remove the glass ceiling of other people and scenarios. We are more free and empowered.

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