Who Is Moses? He is was the man who lead the Israelites to the Promise Land. Your inner Moses is no different he is trying to lead you to your own Promise Land. The Promise Land is the place where God resides, “the land of milk and honey”, where you are in a personal and intimate relationship with God. In the bible story in Exodus the Israelites were journeying to a physical destination on the earth. Our inner Moses is trying to lead us to the Promise Land within. The place where you are one with God. Just as scripture says, “I am in you and you are in me.” Your Moses is leading you home to your truth.
The Exodus is alive today within each one of us. Just as the Israelites were oppressed and enslaved by the evil forces of the Egyptians, we too are in bondage and chained by the darkness within our souls. The shadow self-arose from our negative life experiences. These shadows are the beliefs, programs, thoughts and ways of being which do not serve our highest good. These wounds have created a false identity. The person we became as a child and young adult to cope and survive. The person we felt we had to be in order to belong and be loved. This person is not in align with our truth. The shadow must be uprooted from our subconscious(soul) and brought to our consciousness so we can heal. The healing of the soul is our current day Exodus. There is a personal responsibility and urgency to begin the journey toward complete soul healing. Your Inner Moses, your soul, will lead you to the Promise Land. Will you follow?
As the story goes, God appears to Moses in a burning bush because he hears the crying out of His oppressed children, the Israelites. He tells Moses to go to the Pharaoh and demand he let his people go. Upon which the Pharaoh says no. When it is time for our soul to begin healing God in a sense creates a fire, to get our attention. This fire can have many different appearances, a stirring within, a messy situation a breaking point etc.. More than not, the defense mechanisms we have developed to protect our shadow self, throw up a big roadblock to keep us bound. We ignore the fire, the call to freedom.
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