Oregon, USA, May 19, 2021.
Thought Adjuster.
Subject: “About Self-Made Souls.”

Message received by Anyas.

The expression "Self-made man" was coined on February 2, 1842, by Henry Clay in the United States Senate, to describe individuals whose success lay within themselves, not with external conditions.

Thought Adjuster: “A society in which mud-slinging has become a widely-spread cope-out to refute personal or collective responsibility in failed endeavors, is doomed to pay a steep price for the consequences of its loser mentality.

Historically, the most successful societies promoted excellence by wizening up from their mistakes and promoting daring initiatives. The French Renaissance [“Rebirth”] refers to the era that spanned from the Middle Ages (the 1300s) to modernity. A revival of learning and wisdom marked this epoch in European civilization. It witnessed many innovative contributions to different fields—sciences, arts, architecture, religion, and politics. It welcomed and sponsored the beautiful self-expression of gifted individuals who entered the human hall of fame on their merit.

What you make out of your spiritual life depends on YOU — no one else — as you are self-sovereign by divine birthright. It is not for the weak of heart, as it requires an unwavering personal commitment to become a ‘self-made soul.’

If you mindlessly neglect its basic needs or spoon-feed it with stale or generic food, how can you expect it to thrive? On the other hand, if you get all your operative systems on board for its enlightenment, you will succeed as a spiritual super-achiever — as Jesus was. It is how you bridge the gap between your humanity and divinity — thus graduating to your superhumanity.

As your Higher Self, I assume full responsibility for My Self, nudging you to do the same, as our success stories are subliminally co-dependent. We shall fuse as one, fulfilling the divine mandate to become Godlike.”

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