Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. 5 It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. 1 Corinthians 13

Notice that this passage from Corinthians says that love does not keep a record of wrong. This you must apply to yourself as well. If you are to heal yourself, you do not condemn yourself or think yourself unworthy. This is the foundation of any spiritual work. You cannot condemn yourself on the one hand and love yourself on the other.

There are those who are at odds with their physical being or ego. They feel it is an entity to be conquered. No, it is part of who you are and is to be embraced, nurturing its positive attributes bringing it into alignment with the spiritual being. This can only come from the pure marriage of love between the spiritual and the physical. The true marriage is within. Allow the Spirit of the Most High God, that you are, to fill your temple.

Think of the symbol of the cross of the Christ. If you bring that symbol inside and look within, you can also see it as the crossroads where the spiritual and the physical meet. Only one shall rule the temple. When there is internal tension between the physical and spiritual beings, there is the house divided.

It’s your choice alone which you allow to rule. Deciding to allow the spirit to rule your house is not a difficult choice. It does however take follow-through and a certain amount of self-discipline to turn down the noise the physical mind and ego often make. Find your resolve, and give yourself the opportunity to heal the perceived split between the physical and the spiritual. Celebrate your true marriage. This kind of healing helps you create a powerhouse that allows you to move through the world more peacefully and powerfully, creating the kind of life you want to live.