“Help me Jesus” is a thought that I’ve found myself giving attention toward – even while there was consciousness of the fact that Jesus is not a separate entity who can really offer me any assistance.
At times, when I couldn’t find the courage to go through all the sensations that were arising without paying allegiance to thoughts that seemed to attack myself and others, I called on the thoughts of Jesus – a pillar of love and compassion that my attention could possibly be moved toward.
Help did come too…Whatever thought pattern seemed to have my attention instantly became irrelevant along with fear of experiencing the feelings that were alive for me.
Somehow pursuing thoughts of confusion lost their significance, and there was a sense of compassion, comfort, courage and excitement about what was being exposed and purified through the body experience.
The result has been simply miraculous in that ancient patterns of conflict and dis-ease have been replaced with compassion and healing no matter what’s being perceived.
Thank you Jesus for the friend you are in me.