I remember years ago I took a workshop that was about the inner child and we did this exercise with a partner where we completed the sentence stem: Who I really am is: _____________and whatever came to mind is what you completed the sentence with.
For me the process took me to the Truth, to essence of my being. But that wasn't the end of it.
When we broke for lunch, and after I'd eaten my lunch and was sitting back dosing, I had one of my "downloads." I was shown images of where I came from, how I became material, who I really am, why I was here . . . . My own value was clearly shown by showing me that I was an aspect of God. In light of that truth, the question of value was pointless; it had no meaning.
But, it went beyond that, that without me, God would be lessened. My value was so intrinsic, so unquestionable, as to be a non-question.
So in reading A Course in Miracles and coming across the above information, I was heartened, reminded again of my vision.
A couple of sentences down, it continues: "The truth about you is so lofty that nothing unworthy of God is worthy of you." p. 165.
It is good to contemplate on this Truth.