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"For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also." Matthew 6:21 (2 min 3 min)


    1. Jesus isn't talking about "treasure" in terms of material possessions.

    Treasure is anything you prioritize, invest your energy in, and identify with, including thoughts, beliefs, and emotions. Similarly, "heart" isn't just an organ; it symbolizes your inner state, your mind, and your experience of reality.

    2. Jesus teaches us that our true treasure lies beyond the ego.

    We are one with God/Love. When we seek treasures outside this, we invest in illusions which only leads to fear, separation, and suffering.

    3. Our thoughts and beliefs attract experiences.

    Where we place our mental focus, whether on egoic desires or our true nature as Love, shapes our reality.

    4. Instead of focusing on acquiring worldly possessions, we can seek our treasure in inner peace and forgiveness.

    In this way we align with our true Self.

    5. When we release attachment to external "treasures," like praise, success, or even loved ones, we free our "heart" from fear of loss.

    Now we are free to experience love unconditionally.

    6. When we recognize that God/Love is our only real treasure we surrender our will.

    We open our "heart" to receive His divine grace and peace, regardless of external circumstances.

    7. Where are you placing your mental treasure?

    Are you dwelling on fear, anger, or comparison, or are you choosing to remember your oneness with Love?

    8. There's no loss in releasing past hurts and judgments that cloud your "heart" and block your connection to inner peace.

    9. Cultivate gratitude for the gifts in your life, including the opportunity to recognize your true treasure within.

    I am sorry.
    Please forgive me.
    Thank you.
    I love you.
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