The moment I arrived in the library my throat started to itch. When I started noticing people sneezing and coughing around me, my throat got worse and I started coughing too. Then I called on Light to fill the library and dissolve the thought forms.
It was then the little voice in me reminded me that there's nothing wrong with me. When you know there's nothing wrong with you, you don't need to ask for healing, do you?
So I affirmed a few times: "There's nothing wrong with me" and the itchy throat vanished. People still continued to sneeze and cough around me but I was no longer affected.
How can you say there's nothing wrong, isn't that lying to yourself?
In a universe which is constantly proving one's beliefs and expectations whether they are real or unreal, I would rather have the universe prove there's nothing wrong with me than prove there is something wrong.
Obviously, I don't expect others to see things my way. Everyone's entitled to how they choose to see the world.
Life is easy, fun and full of wonder. Prove it!
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