I have been part of the Power of Love Ministry since 2016. These past years have been packed full of many revelations, aha’s, forgiveness, and opportunities for growth. I have worked hard to apply and integrate the lessons from ACIM into my daily life. There are days that flow and there are days that do not. Prayer partners have been so important to me by reminding me of my path and truth.

Kevin’s Japanese Angel Garden

Throughout my awakening, I have realized that I have created a strong false persona that must be transformed into my true authentic self. My realization has led me to have an understanding that my future endeavors will involve ministry and more specifically: guiding others to heal their mind. Currently, I am an allopathic doctor who heals many, but Spirit is leading me to heal others by shifting their projection and perception. 

I was offered to give an inspirational message at Sunday’s with Spirit in June. At first, I was taken by surprise as my ego said, “Who are you to be qualified to deliver an inspirational message”? I accepted the challenge, but my ego fought me hard for a week or so. I struggled with the feeling of being judged by the spiritual community. I have given many lectures to an audience specific to my specialty without too much stress, but giving one to spiritual people seemed overwhelming. Why was this the case?

 My fundamental feeling of unworthiness was peaking its ugly head. I feel more unworthy around God than I do everyday people. What? Is this the guilt of separation? I know that I am whole, perfect, and complete…right? Well, it seems that I did not know this 100%. To help me undo this, my message was based upon my own unworthiness and how that has affected my projection/perception of the world. We all have a choice to make based on our beliefs and past experiences, and we can always choose again. We may not always know the root cause of our thoughts, but one thing is for certain, when the lens of our projection is tainted with fear/unworthiness, we project it into form and perceive our world accordingly. 

Kevin’s Japanese Angel Garden

Giving this inspirational message was stepping outside my comfort zone as I showed the world my healing and announced my future path. This was powerful. It has shifted my life into what can look like chaos to the unaware mind. But, in truth, is the evolution of change. This shift is for the betterment of my life and my divine purpose. What I have learned is that the observation of my emotions and actions versus taking direct intuitive action on them has allowed me to see with Spirit’s vision and respond with Spirit’s voice. I have now released the need to control the outcome and my attachment to the need to know why.  I am no longer acting out of ego but that of the innocent child with wisdom. 

I invite all spiritual counselors to consider giving an inspirational message at Sunday’s with Spirit. This opportunity gives you a platform to give a message of profound healing to yourself and those you touch. I have definitely reaped what I have spoken in form just as I quoted in my message, “speak what you seek until you see what you have said”. Remember that there are no neutral thoughts and that all thoughts produce form. Let’s today change all of our thoughts to love and change our lens so that we become the receivers of love and not the projectors of fear and unworthiness.  Remember, we can always choose again.


Kevin Haddle is a Spiritual Counselor in Training and alumni of the Masterful Living Program. He resides in Illinois.

Issue #9

Welcome to The Power of Love in My Life, a community newsletter sharing uplifting poems, songs, artwork, testimonials and more, that demonstrate ‘Love is the Healer’ and activator of miracles in our powerful, loving, transformative community. This is a love letter from our heart to yours. May our sharing inspire miracles of Love in your life too!



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