By Aimee Mosco

“As we stand at the threshold of this new era, it is essential to practice self-love as it will play a crucial role in mastering responsible creatorship for the good of one and all.” – Gratitude + Forgiveness x (LOVE) = Happiness, by Aimee Mosco and Donald L. Ferguson, page 79/80.

When you look in the mirror at your reflection, what do you see? What do you say to yourself as you look?

If what you say is, “I am the reflection of a brilliant light being”, stop reading right here. There is nothing I can tell you in this article that you don’t already know!

The truth is, most of us don’t say these kinds of things to ourselves as we look in the mirror, and even if we do in a moment of clarity, it’s not a practice we engage in with regularity. If this describes you, keep reading.

When you stand in front of a mirror and make observations, you are often unintentionally affixing a label or identification to that reflection. If your observations are “I am old” and “I look tired”, you are declaring that these things are true. This may not seem significant in the moment, but it is, because words and thoughts are powerful. They are energies and energies are what fuel outcomes. When you direct fuel of “I am old” or “I look tired” to yourself, you are powering the outcome of “old” and “tired”. You will ultimately embody the identification you assign to yourself.

You can choose to observe yourself in a way that shifts your identification practice to work for you rather than against you. It’s very simple to do. It just takes a little bit of effort to begin the shift.

The change begins with intention.

Keep in mind that what you “see” is based on choice. You can choose to see imperfection, or you can choose to see your divinity in each and every bump, freckle, and mark that makes you one-of-a-kind. You can choose to see an old face, or you can choose to see the face of a person who has cultivated valuable wisdom looking back at you. While the physical reflection of today may be the same one you observed yesterday, what you are “seeing” will be different when you look with the intent to identify your inner, divine beauty.

If you are ready to begin upshifting your identification process to align with your inner beauty, consider starting your day with the following intention:

“I choose to only see inner, divine light and beauty in my reflection.”

In my pursuit to help you align further with your divinity, I invite you to join Facebook group Evolve through Love hosted by Elizabeth Scarcella, BB Ingle and me. Go to and share with us your wisdom.

Aimee Mosco is an Author, Intuitive Channel, Spiritual Teacher and Co-Founder of Intentional Healing Systems, LLC. Aimee’s passion for helping others inspired her book “Gratitude + Forgiveness x (LOVE) = Happiness”. For more information, find Aimee at