Friday, October 29, 2010

Finders Seekers

Those with ears to hear, hear and those with eyes to see, see.

Forgive them, they know not what they do.

Seek and ye shall find.

Jesus was speaking directly to those heeding the true messages within his words. He realized that for the majority the true value of his statements would not register. Thus go in one ear and out the other. The information Jesus heralded as the "Good News" has never been meant to be secret knowledge it's just that it's value has gotten lost as error interpretations have been celebrated and taught by unknowing masses. One eventually finds whatever one is looking for. Look for peace, find peace. Look for God, find God. Find peace in God.

When one comes upon something of value, he may take no notice of it if he wasn't seeking it. Perhaps not even acknowledging it's existence. Yet one who comes upon the same thing (idea or object) and was in search of it, recognizes it's value thus treasuring what is found. The finder is delighted and shouts for joy in celebration and is anxious to share their joy with others. But unless the others were as well seeking for themselves what the finder has found they will not be able to recognize the value of the found as percieved by he seeker of such.

The joy in finding is mostly for the finder yet others will recognize the finders joy and though not percieving the value of the found will still benifit from the joy expressed and shared by the finder. The seeker/finder says "Look here, I found what I was seeking! I'm so happy! Don't you want this too? I want my happiness to be yours as well." He trys to tell in ways they can hear but their minds get in the way. They believe they know the way of the world and believe that such joy is not possible for them as yet. As it does not make sense to them they call it nonsense.

So as the seeker/finder observes the others continue to chase their tails and dig their own graves he refrains from judgement reminding himself, "they know not what they do." He who has found hopes that his continued and growing joy glows so brightly that others may take notice and ask how they as well can have such joy for themselves. Then as true seekers they will find.

Live the Good Life! Live the God Life!

Thursday, October 28, 2010

divine atmosphere

I hold it as a truth, that a divine atmosphere surrounds our earth, — an aroma emitted from the world of spirit, CELESTIAL FOOTPRINTS in which dwell the great truths and secrets of the universe, - a great world that pours down viches upon us, as the sun pours down heat; and as, without the sun, this world would be hut a formless wilderness, so without this spirit-sun would it be barren of thought or beauty. Above us and around us exists a spiritual atmosphere, more subtle than the natural one. As the latter is the supporter of physical life, so the former is of psychal. We absorb the delicate magnetic aroma from all substances, through the medium of the air, as well as the comparatively coarse oxygen ; so all of our soul-life comes from this spirit atmosphere, — all thought, all feeling, all appreciation of truth and beauty. Man is the apex of earth-creation, and the basis of all heavenly life, the foundation of all spiritual existence. Starring thus in a middle plane as the highest thing of earth and the lowest of heaven, he holds magnetic relationship to both. — T. T. Watts.

Excerpts from Plain guide to spiritualism: a hand-book

the blessing

To be mediums on this better plan, is to be baptized with the Holy Spirit, and to be in communication with heaven. It is the consummation which all Christians have been praying for, and toward which all religious experience tends. It is the blessing of the New Covenant, promised to the last days, in saying, They shall not teach every man his neighbor, saying, Know the Lord; for all shall know me, from the least unto the greatest.
The Circular.

Because I am moved by a certain divine and spiritual influence, which also Melitus, through mockery, has set out in the indictment; this, begun with me from childhood, being a kind of voice which, when present, always diverts me from what I am about to do, but never urges me on. But this duty, as I said, has been enjoined me by the deity, by oracles, by dreams, and by every mode by which any other divine decree has ever enjoined anything for man to do. — Socrates.

They (the poets) do not compose by art, but through a divine power; since if they knew how to speak by art upon the subject correctly, they would be able to do so upon all others. And on this account a deity has deprived them of their senses, and employs them as his ministers, and oracle singers, and divine prophets, in order that when we hear them we may know it is not they to whom sense is not present who speak what is valuable, but the god himself who speaks, and through them addresses us. We are not to doubt about those beautiful poems being not human but divine, and the 'work, not of men but of gods; and that poets are nothing else but interpreters of the gods (or spirits as we now call them), possessed bywhatever deity they may happen to be. And in pointing out this, the Deity has, through a poet most indifferent, sung melody the most beautiful. — Plato.

Excerpts from Plain guide to spiritualism: a hand-book 


Believe it

"Believe it can be done. When you believe something can be done, really believe, your mind will find the ways to do it. Believing a solution paves the way to solution."

Dr. David Schwartz
Author of The Magic of Thinking Big

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

True to me

When something has been true of my experience and I find myself thinking about it and relating it to my present state and the future,
I stop and ask myself if this is what I want my new experience to be. If not, I stop again and pause. This time realizing that at that moment I hold immense power in my hands, within my being.

Just be cause something was, doesn't mean it is or has to be. I have the power within me to change my experience. I can rethink the situation by thinking what I want my experience to be. I AM, with the power of THE WORD, the point of power for my life.

Monday, October 18, 2010

Are you out of tune?

We each need to take time
to tune up and tune in each day
to our Highest Frequency's.

The Love Network
 The Wisdom Channel
& Abundance Broadcasting.

We have to unplug from the TV, Internet, cell phone, and I-pod to hear our calling.
What calling? The messages you have waiting. The calls you have either missed or ignored are still there. Where? Your personal call waiting system. From whom? That small still voice within.
Yep. You really should take time to listen. Try heeding the messages. Start small and learn to trust. The voice is one of wisdom. Wisdom beyond your immediate knowing. Wisdom from a much higher perspective that ours with feet planted on earth.

I know what I am taking about because I listen. I listen, heed and learn. The time I  spend in quiet, stilling the chatter of my mind strenghtens this higher frequency. Imagine how it is when you are attempting to tune into a radio channel in your car. You might hear a really good music station very softly but it is garbled and overpowered by mixed signals from another station. The more you can quiet the noisy physical world the better chance you have of hearing the softly spoken spiritual quidance.

Life works better for me when I am tuned in to the higher channels.

Words of Wisdom

 from Eric Butterworth

     “There is no such thing as a lack of faith. We all have plenty of faith, it's just that we have faith in the wrong things. We have faith in what can't be done rather than what can be done. We have faith in lack rather than abundance but there is no lack of faith. Faith is a law.”
   "You can change your life
                        by altering your thoughts." 

"The philosophy of Jesus is a workable philosophy, a way of life. Jesus taught of the depth of potential of man and his spiritual unity with God. Perhaps he was ahead of his time. Only recently have scientists, philosophers, psychologists and educators began to catch the idea of an integrated whole as the guide for studying man or life or the universe. This is the concept of spiritual unity that is found between the lines in all of Jesus' teachings."

What's up

with the UP Church?
For starters a noted American actress is the founder and minister. Playing an angel in a television series during the week and standing at her pulpit each Sunday morning she works to awaken people to the wonderful spiritual forces watching over and available to each of us.  I'm pretty sure you are familiar with her voice as she is a celebrated vocal artist as well. I'm talking about Reverend Dr. Della Reese Lett. I find her story very interesting but, I find message and mission of the UP Church even more riveting as it is in line with my own experience of truth.

I have posted their mission statement and belief's below.

Understanding Principles for Better Living 

We teach to fill that spiritual hunger of those who are unhappy with the way they are living their lives, and need to reacquaint themselves with God’s principles for achieving the Good Life, which is the God Promised Life.

At Understanding Principles for Better Living (the UP Church), we do not attempt to teach you what to think, but rather how to think on a higher level.

And that level of thinking will immune you from the doubt and fear that causes us not to see the best in ourselves and others; immune us from magnifying our mistakes; immune us from procrastination, and immunes us from failure.

Immunizing ourselves from negative thinking and actions, allows the God qualities of confidence, diligence, compassion, forgiveness, and most importantly Love to fill our lives. This is how we achieve a healthy spiritual outlook…eliminate the negative and hold on to the positive.

WE BELIEVE that it is God's will that every individual on the face of this earth should live a happy, healthy and prosperous life.

...I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.
John 10:10
It is fathers good pleasure to give you the kingdom.
Luke 12:32

WE BELIEVE that such a life is within reach of each of us and the way to it's attainment begins with the realization that the Kingdom of God is within us, waiting for us to bring it into expression.

You won't be able to say it has begun here in this place or in that part of the country for the Kingdom of God is within you.
Luke 17:21 (Living Bible)

WE BELIEVE that we can bring this kingdom forth by practicing the universal spiritual principles passed down through the ages and taught by our Way-shower, Jesus Christ.

I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.
John 8:12

WE BELIEVE that with Jesus our experiences are the reflections of our beliefs and therefore the key to happy and successful living is the right thinking followed by the right action.

As a man thinketh in his heart so is he.
Prov. 23:7 (Phil. 4:8)

WE BELIEVE with Jesus that the basis for right thinking is Love — Love of God and all that is good in our fellowmen and in ourselves.

...Love the lord, your God, with all your heart soul and mind...
Matt. 22:37
...Thou shall love thy neighbor as thyself.
Matt. 19:19

WE BELIEVE that learning to listen to the whispering of the,
still small voice within us will ensure that we are guided into right action

In everything you do put God first and he will direct you and crown your efforts with success.
Prov. 3:6 (Living Bible)

WE BELIEVE that the time has come to make available to all men everywhere a teaching that will enable them to provide for themselves by learning to release the divine potential within them.

But seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness and all theses things shall be added unto you.
Matt. 6:33

If we love one another, God dwells in us.
He that dwells in love dwells in God.
Because I love my sisters and my brothers I dwell in God.
My love keeps no score of right and wrong.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Love is the fulfilling of the law.


 By Henry Drummond

Every one has asked himself the great question of antiquity as of the modern world: What is the sutnmum lonum—the supreme good? You have life before you. Once only you can live it. What is the noblest object of desire, the supreme gift to covet ?

We have been accustomed to be told that the greatest thing in the religious world is Faith. That great word has been the key-note for centuries of the popular religion ; and we have easily learned to look upon it as the greatest thing in the world. Well, we are wrong. If we have been told that, we may miss the mark. I have taken you, in the chapter which I have just read, to Christianity at its source ; and there we have seen, " The greatest of these is love." It is not an oversight. Paul was speaking of faith just a moment before. He says, " If I have all faith, so that I can remove mountains, and have not love, I am nothing." So far from forgetting he deliberately contrasts them, "Now abideth Faith, Hope, Love," and without a moment's hesitation the decision falls, "The greatest of these is Love."

And it is not prejudice. A man is apt to recommend to others his own strong point, Love was not Paul's strong point. The observing student can detect a beautiful tenderness growing and ripening all through his character as Paul gets old; but the hand that wrote, "The greatest of these is love," when we meet it first, is stained with blood. "Love is the fulfilling of the law." It is the rule for fulfilling all rules, the new commandment for keeping all the old commandments, Christ's one secret of the Christian life.

Nor is this letter to the Corinthians peculiar in singling out love as the summum bonum. The masterpieces of Christianity are agreed about it. Peter says, "Above all things have fervent love among yourselves." Above all things. And John goes farther, "God is love." And you remember the profound remark which Paul makes elsewhere, " Love is the fulfilling of the law." Did you ever think what he meant by that ? In those days men were working their passage to Heaven by keeping the Ten Commandments, and the hundred and ten other commandments which they had manufactured out of them. Christ said, I will show you a more simple way. If you do one thing, you will do these hundred and ten things, without ever thinking about them. If you love, you will unconsciously fulfil the whole law.

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Youth - A state of mind

Debra laughs with life.

"YOUTH" by Samuel Ullman

Youth is not a time of life; it is a state of mind; it is not a matter of rosy cheeks, red lips and supple knees; it is a matter of the will, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life.

Youth means a temperamental predominance of courage over timidity of the appetite, for adventure over the love of ease. This often exists in a man of sixty more than a boy of twenty. Nobody grows old merely by a number of years. We grow old by deserting our ideals.

Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul. Worry, fear, self-distrust bows the heart and turns the spirit back to dust.

Whether sixty or sixteen, there is in every human being's heart the lure of wonder, the unfailing child-like appetite of what's next, and the joy of the game of living. In the center of your heart and my heart there is a wireless station; so long as it receives messages of beauty, hope, cheer, courage and power from men and from the infinite, so long are you young.

When the aerials are down, and your spirit is covered with snows of cynicism and the ice of pessimism, then you are grown old, even at twenty, but as long as your aerials are up, to catch the waves of optimism, there is hope you may die young at eighty.

For years, Samuel Ullman (1840-1924) and his prose poem "Youth" have been known and admired by the Japanese.  "Youth"was a favorite poem of General Douglas MacArthur. The poem was on the wall of  MacArthur's office in Tokyo when he became Supreme Allied Commander in Japan. In addition, he often quoted from the poem in his speeches, leading to it becoming better known in Japan than in the United States. However, both the man and his work are largely unknown in the United States, even in Birmingham where he spent the last forty years of his life in service to the community as a businessman, poet, and humanitarian.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Hear the music

Morning Light

When you worry and hurry 
through your day,
it is like an unopened gift,
thrown away.
Life is not a race.
Take it slower.
Hear the music
before the song is over.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

What angels look like.

   by Sashi Maritza Naya Prahita / CICI (age : 6),
   Crayon and Water Color on Paper, August 2010.
   Entered into the Japan International Children's Painting Competition 2010

Sashi, age 6, is a student of Daun Sanggarlukisanak's Children's Art School in Indonesia.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

What goes


Monday, October 11, 2010

Same old, same old

We never grow when we stay at status-quo.

Life's challenges challenge us to grow.

Don't grown. Get up and grow.

The Garden of God's Love

The garden of
is green without
and yields many
other than sorrow
and joy.
Love is beyond either
without spring,
without autumn,
it is always fresh.

Sufi love poem

Sufism began only a century or so after Mohammed's death. The Sufis were alarmed by the materialism represented by the silks and satins of the sultans and other wealthy patrons of Islam. Thus they emphasized spiritual purity by wearing coarse wool clothing (Ar. suf) and sought direct contact with God through contemplation and mystical encounter.  They followed spiritual leaders (sheikhs) who taught methods for mysticism and ecstasy. This path resembles that of ascetic monks in the Christian world except that Sufis normally marry and do not retreat to remote monestaries.

Goldie Hawn's dream

Awakening the world.
One kid at a time.

Friday, October 8, 2010

This sounds like my kind of fun!

Improv Everywhere...
article from

What's this all about?

Well, a group of Actors/Improvists known as agents go out on what they call missions. Improv Everywhere's missions might be defined by some as obscure events designed to make people laugh. 'Improv Everywhere' are believers in what they call "organized fun." They take funny ideas and bring them to life. For example, Improv Everywhere once had over one hundred agents dressed in blue shirts and khaki pants walk into a 'Best Buy' and simply stand around like employees. One mission saw Improv Everywhere bring several hundred people to Grand Central Station and simultaneously freeze for five minutes, then continue on as if nothing has happened. Improv Everywhere have been known to greet strangers at the airport with a hero's welcome, stop a suicide jumper (from a 2 foot ledge) and bring a dozen old-style desktop computers into a Starbucks (with free WiFi, of course).

They are... Improv Everywhere. I have just begun to check out their site.

Free Snowcones from ImprovEverywhere on Vimeo.

Sure to make you smile.

This video should make you smile. It was made in the Antwerp , Belgium Central (Train) Station on the 23rd of March 2009.
. . . with no warning to the passengers passing through the station, at 08:00 am a recording of Julie Andrews singing 'Do, Re, Mi' begins to play on the public address system.
As the bemused passengers watch in amazement, some 200 dancers begin to appear from the crowd and station entrances.
They created this amazing stunt with just two rehearsals!

Here's a link I found to more information about the video.

how life is supposed to work

The following wondrous story arrived in my in-box this morning from Bob Proctor's Insight of the Day. Today, Bob shared a story told by Phil Evans of Australia. It's a tale that many might label too good to be true. But why? Why have we believed that such wonderful ways can not be our truth. I love this story. I believe it's an illustration of how life is supposed to work.

The Art of Intuitive Action

About 10 years ago my daughter was about 2500 kilometers from Newcastle, and rang me one day sobbing because of an emotional trauma she was facing. She was about 20, and in a town known as Ayrlie Beach in Northern Queensland. I asked her what it was that she needed most in that moment, and she replied that she needed support, and my arms around her would be the best thing that she could hope for! Because I couldn't do that in that exact moment, I asked her to describe her surroundings to me (I have absolutely no idea 'why', at the time), and said that if she hadn't heard from me in about 30 minutes to ring me back. I asked her to stay exactly where she was. I had no idea how I was going to ring her back, by the way, as she was calling from a public phone booth (one of three), near a little park, surrounded by a few shops in the main street of Ayrlie Beach.

OK then, after hanging up the phone, I just sat for a few seconds. After only a very short time a phone number 'jumped into my head', and even though I recognized it, it wasn't a commonly used number of mine. I rang the number and it was a woman who had bought a house from me about 18 months previously, when I was working in Real Estate. My exact words to her were these, "Oh, it's you Liz, I have no idea why I'm calling you in particular, but my daughter is stranded in Ayrlie Beach, and I just got the thought to ring you and tell you that. Have you any idea why?"

"It could be because my Son lives there," says Liz.

"Oh really, that's got to be it," I said. "Do you mind giving me his phone number Liz?"

"Of course not, and I can only hope that he can be of some help!"

Liz gave me his mobile number and I rang straight away (only about 5 minutes have passed since telling my daughter that somehow I'd get her help). Fortunately, he answered immediately, and I told him the story of who I was, and why I'd rung.

I gave him the description of my daughter; where she was standing; and that she needed emotional support if he could find it in his heart to help out so unexpectedly like this. "Oh yes, I can see her," he said..."she's right across the street from where I'm standing!" He walked across the street and told my daughter that her Dad had sent him!

Imagine that...she almost fainted: only about 10 minutes had passed since she had rung me! I believe that she said something like this, "Wow, Dad's getting pretty good at this stuff!" She was taken to a safe house; nurtured and supported; given food and a bed for a couple nights; and also given money to get herself to where she needed to be.

That's intuition at it's best!

It may save a life or two if people can embrace the use of intuition, and learn to trust in it.

Remember: "What others do or say is their stuff; how we react, or not, is our stuff!"

Phil Evans

Phil Evans is a Motivator, Business Coach, Life Coach and Inspirational Writer based in Australia. You can visit his website at: and join his newsletter or feel free to email Phil with your comments on his story at:

Thursday, October 7, 2010

A head thing

"We can't fear the past.
Fear is a future thing.
And since the future's
all in our heads,
fear must be
a head thing."

Tom Payne- Career Development Expert

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

I asked and recieved

In an August, 2010 Journal entry I wrote as I prayed.

Please help me to keep a lifted spirit Oh Lord.
I trust in your goodness and grace
to guide me through my days.
Creating many opportunities to live the best life
I can to your Glory.

Help me see I plead.
Hold me close.
Never let me go.

The world is so loud.
This world is so confusing and messed up.
Help me quiet my mind so I can hear
your small still voice
speak to me.
I am listening.

Within a moments I heard the voice softly speak.


And then I was given the story of Jesus on the sea with his disciples. Which I felt drawn to instantly write in my own words in my journal.

Jesus and his disciples were on a boat at sea. They all had been asleep resting comfortably as they were at total ease on a calm sea. A storm awoke the disciples and panic struck them as their boat felt threatened by the turbulent waters, high winds and pounding rain. They were afraid for their lives and totally out of control of their once calm emotions. All had been well in their eyes and mind only a few minutes before.

Jesus was fast asleep and resting calmly which totally shocked them. They shook Jesus to alarm him of the danger they felt, as they thought it only appropriate that he as well should participate in their nightmare. When Jesus awoke and realized what was happening he was angry and perturbed. In exasperation he stood and demanded THAT ALL BE STILL!
Immediately the water calmed and the wind died. The men as well calmed as the storm dissolved before their eyes. They were in total awe. Awe at the power Jesus had just displayed. Among themselves they ask "Who is this man whom the sea and sky obey?"
Jesus is still exasperated with the whole situation and admonishes the group. "Why are you afraid you men of little faith? Where is your faith? You still don't get it do you? After all this time with me FEAR got the best of you. Don't you remember my words? BE NOT AFRAID." His command to "BE STILL!" was directed as much to the fears of the men as to the raging waters. As their fear had risen so had the storm.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Control yourself

Changing Worldviews

I am so excited to come upon a blog where the blog author and I each share such a deep passion for exploring the same topics.
CHANGING WORLDVIEWS the author states:

There is quite a bit of content to explore.
Here are a few of the posts that I want to share now.

The mind is so objective and restlessly outwardly looking that it does never see inside itself.

We all need to listen our voice of ‘inner self’ or the ‘soul’ as it guides us especially through our bad and difficult phase of life.

The purpose of life is to learn lessons and grow spiritually, while traveling along the road. In 53 years of my journey, I have learnt 20 important lessons.

We are all deeply connected.

My new friend, known as Chez on the Internet sent me the below words from a daily inspirational e-mail she receives. Chez made note of the seeming co-incidence of this e-mail and my recent posting Beyond the Intellect. In fact they both were posted to the internet the same day.

I am learning and understanding now that these co-incidences are the result of dipping into the great well of Wisdom the Truth of the One Great Mind of God which is our inspiration when we GO DEEP. Every time I become aware of such I am blown away, smile and laugh to myself. I view each of these a signs I am on the right track. It's like a "HIGH FIVE" from God.

Thought for the Day
Monday, 4 October 2010

Go Deep
Most of us think too much, especially about events and people, local and global, famous and not so famous. When we are always thinking about what is happening on the surface of life, the visible, then it is as if we are living a superficial life. Deep down inside there is a voice, a longing, a calling to depth. It's our heart, reminding us to visit, explore and express the depths of our ourselves. Going deep and being deep requires time spent in solitude, some periods of introversion and a conversation with ourselves. How on earth will we ever see what is in our heart unless we dive deep inside, switch on the light and look. Those who do will tell you it changes everything. What do they see? Simple, only beauty and truth. They are always there, waiting for us to return. Waiting to welcome us and to introduce ourselves to ourself.

Monday, October 4, 2010



"Sienna Doorway" by Debra Clemente
Just knock. That's how easy it is for each one of us to access the infinite power and wisdom of God. The key here is that we each as individuals have to knock. God is already there waiting. We humans have had a "door" installed at birth. This door separates our "self" from the "Almighty" our source. The One source of all.

This gives each of us a "sense of self". The place where we are allowed to call the shots, and thus develop our individuality. That's why our brains are so much bigger than all the other of God's creatures.We use our brain power - our thoughts - to create. We create our lives as we choose. We can do this because we have been given the power of free choice. It's up to each of us to decide whether or not to knock and to ask for help on our journey.

All other of God's creatures except man operate naturally on instinct. I see instinct as similar to intuition in Man. Well, actually it's exactly the same, just perceived differently. As humans with big brains we recognize thought that comes to mind. Then we judge it. We weight it in our minds. When an idea comes to mind we call on reason to decide if it is something we should act upon. We always have to reason to accept a new idea. As our thinking is limited to what we know from our experience, we only see validity in the ideas that are reasonable.

The concepts that come intuitively to us are often unreasonable in our minds yet we still attempt to reason them to validate them to ourselves. The reason that we may not be able to reason the ideas that just "come to us" is that the greater reason for the idea is not currently apparent to us in the state of our limited consciousness. Yet consciousness itself is LIFE, is GOD, and KNOWS ALL. Thus there is always a reason, a very good reason for an inspired thought. These thoughts of inspiration come from our higher self, pure consciousness.

Now all other forms of life don't need a reason to act on their instincts. As they have not the ability to reason they never view these instinctive ideas as separate from themselves. There is not or at least very little thought involved. The idea goes directly into action. Animals don't get the door. They don't have free choice. They don't have a sense of self. That's why a polar bear doesn't decide one day to pack it all up and move south to a warmer beach. He doesn't have a choice. He doesn't even know that he doesn't have a chance to choose. He doesn't need to either as his world works perfectly for him as he intuitively acts through the continuously open channel of his mind to the mind of God.

Mankind has been given a choice an option. We can attempt to do it all ourselves our way or we can knock and ask for help. For the intuitive guidance of God. The quiet voice within.


Consider your mind a sponge. A dry thirsty sponge readily absorbing whatever you dip it into. Our minds are so. So easily waved by the power of suggestion. You are what you think. You think what you absorb from your surroundings. Guard your mind. Guard your thoughts. Be aware of what you are soaking up.

You have the power to choose your thoughts. You have the power to choose the messages your mind drinks in. Claim the best and throw out the rest.

The way

"Another Day" by Debra Clemente

I've been shown the way.
I know the way.
I'm on the way.

We each have a full access to pass to God. God's Power, God's Wisdom and Divine Love. It's up to each of us to recognise God's presence in ourselves and others and invite God to work in our lives. We have to be open to God's inspiration and choose to heed the messages given.

PSALM 86:11


I had to have and I mean had to have a back lower molar removed in July. What a pain and what a relief. Well tonight just after dinner I had another tooth flare up. I couldn't bare it, the dang tooth just throbbed. The thought passed through me that I as this particular tooth was becoming such an issue perphaps I should have it removed too. Dang SWEET TOOTH. I pacified it for the moment with a Root Beer float and then treated it this evening with some straight brownie batter. Things are calm for the moment.

Smiles... Deb


"All that Glitters" by Debra Clemente

As I open to the awareness of God within, I am dazzled and delighted.

The gift God gives of the in pouring of his Divine Love erases all temptations. No longer do I have to fight to stay on God's narrow path. God's path is all that is available. It's like God is the auto-pilot of my life.


Beyond the Intellect


"Softly comes the night" by Debra Clemente
God's divine plan is hidden from our mere intellectual consciousness. One who's understanding of God, his plan and works is only from the words of others can not be one of true faith or belief. The words another uses to express their own God consciousness can only be signposts pointing direction to the Greatest Truth. It is then for each of us to have a great yearning to know God for ourselves. One must seek to find.

You need not go far, but you need to go deep. Deep within your own consciousness. Past the idle ramblings of your chattering material mind to the quiet space. The resting spot. Settle in and be still. Be patient. Be willing. Be selfless. Be humble and weak. Ask for strength. Ask for knowledge. Most of all ask for the grace of God's Divine Love to fill your body and soul.

Keep it to yourself.

Don't talk about your dreams and desires to others. No one else can see the unique vision that you so sharply hold in mind and thus knowingly or unknowingly they will throw seeds of doubt about. If you then consider and ponder the opposing ideas, seeds of doubt will be planted in the most fertile soil of your mind. Each time you consider these "weed seed" ideas you water them and allow them to sprout. If left to flourish, weed seed will suck the life out of the seeds of your most positive and wonderful dreams.

Perhaps this is why we have been told to keep our wishes a secret: Tell know one the wish you make as you blow out the candles of your birthday cake or toss a coin into a well or fountain. Your secret can only be safe with you. Keeping your wishes secret allows them to flourish in the sacred garden of your mind.

Your wishes and dreams for yourself are yours. Keep them safe and hold them dear. They are so very valuable to you and as you shower the soil of your mind with sunny thoughts of all that is good ,you are feeding your most wonderful secret dreams and empowering them to shoot up out of the rich soil of your mind and flower gloriously for all to behold.

This I claim and affirm

The harmonizing power
of Divine Love is
now restoring me
to peace of mind
and health of body.
- Charles Fillmore

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Now I know

If we've loved, we've never lost.

Saturday, October 2, 2010


We naturally desire to do, while it is God's plan that we shall be. Yet we must be in our doing. What, then, shall we do in order to secure the best being ? What God wants us to do. This is the whole philosophy of eternal life. It is the lesson we are sent into this world to learn.   -  THEODORE F. SEWARD

Friday, October 1, 2010

"Going to church doesn't make you any more a Christian than going to the garage makes you a car." -- Laurence Peter