Death and The Big Picture

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March on. Do not tarry. To go forward is to move toward
perfection. — Khalil Gibran

Healing is not creating a perfect idea or a perfect body; it is
revealing an idea that is already perfect.
— “The Science of Mind,” page 212

     When I was growing up, I often heard that Jesus was the
only one who was perfect. I just assumed the adults
knew what they were talking about. But as an adult
consciously traveling on my spiritual path, I re-qualified what
the word perfect means to me. And, I must confess, the dictionary
helped, too. The dictionary defines perfect as faultless, flawless,
picture-perfect; complete, whole, total and intact.
     In the New Testament, Yeshua is quoted as saying, “Be ye
therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is
perfect.” (Matthew 5:48)
The key to this line is even as your Father, which is in heaven is
perfect. Metaphysically speaking, Father is the Infinite Presence
which is known by many names: God, Allah, Krishna and so on.
Here’s the exciting part. Heaven is always found within.
     So, the perfection of God, Father and Krishna is already
within you. Perfection is who you were created to be. You are the
perfect idea in the perfect mind of God. This the truth of who
you are. Even with the seeming imperfections, you are perfect.
     Knowing this, you can move on to create and experience a
life filled with joy, grace, perfect health and abundance. You can
march on. Do not wait. Keep moving forward to your perfection.
Peace and abundant blessings on your journey.


I am the perfect idea in the perfect mind of God.

Daily Guide Friday March 9, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine – Latest Issue


Be Not Afraid

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Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am
your God. — Isaiah 41:10

It is wonderful to contemplate the mental attitude of people
who are not afraid to believe their prayers will be answered,
and are not afraid to say, “I know.”
— “The Science of Mind,” page 161

Fear is a powerful emotion. It can keep the best of us from
realizing our gifts and talents. Not only that, even if those
gifts and talents are realized, fear can keep us from sharing
those realized gifts with the world.
     A healthy amount of fear is useful; it keeps us safe. However,
the fear we are talking about is founded in false beliefs. You know
the ones: fear of failure; fear of success. Afraid of being judged;
afraid that we might change if we really lived life from the depth
of our being. What will our friends and family say? This is the
fear we want to release.
     It doesn’t matter what anyone says or thinks about you living
your life from your passion. There is something within you that
is wanting to be birthed through you. That something, that vision,
that desire was placed within you long before you came to this
Earth plane. The truth is, you are here to allow it full voice. Be
not afraid for you are fully supported.
     Once you say “yes” to who you are to be, trust that everything
you need will come to you in expected and unexpected
ways. Fear not. The finances, the people, the ways and means
will show up.
      This is the truth of your being. You are the place where the
infinite power of God becomes definite. Go for it. Be not afraid to
be the most brilliant you that you can be.


I trust in the power and presence of God in me.

Daily Guide Thursday March 8, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine – Latest Issue


The Deeper We Go, the Higher We Fly

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Submit to a daily practice. Keep knocking and the joy inside

will eventually open a window. — Malika E Nura

Whatever is true of the Universe as a whole must also be true
of the individual as some part of this Whole.
— “The Science of Mind,” page 106

It is our consistent practice that deepens our relationship
with the One. This is a practice of recognizing that the Love
Intelligence is always present, re-presenting Itself in all ways.
You, my beloved friend, are the way that Spirit (Love, Joy, Peace)
manifests Itself here. Taking time daily to connect with the
Source is one of the most important activities you can engage in.
     It takes more than just saying we are rooted in truth to be
rooted in truth. It takes the commitment of a gardener to make
sure those roots are cared for. This is where prayer, meditation,
journaling and exercise comes in. Just as the farmer tends to the
crops, we must tend to the crops of our thinking.
     Recognizing there is a power and a presence that is greater
than we are — recognizing that we can use this power and presence
to live an abundant life — is what makes this life exciting.
     Think about it: As we deepen our relationship with the One,
we become open to the infinite possibilities that allow us to fly
higher than we ever imagined.
     Be excited about deepening your relationship with Spirit. The
deeper you go, the higher you fly. Out of all your relationships,
this is the one you truly want to cultivate. When this relationship
is solid, every other relationship must follow because there is
only one life. That life is perfect. That life is your life now. How
cool is that?


I have a deep connection with God. I am one in God. I am one with
all of life.

Daily Guide Wednesday March 7, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine – Latest Issue


Your Joyful Experience

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Your Work Is To Go Forth…

The Secret Daily Teachings

Feel It Into Place

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Joy is rooted in gratitude. A grateful heart is a joyful heart;
a joyful heart is a grateful heart. — Anonymous

All forms are rooted in one common creative Mind and the
Spirit of God is the Spirit of man.
— “The Science of Mind,” page 413

     Plant life presents us with a profound truth. All plants are
rooted in the Source, which of course is Mother Earth.
Earth provides everything the plants need to thrive. Even
the plants in the oceans are rooted in the Earth.
     Notice also that plants are not concerned with how they will
be nourished. There’s not much competition among plants. It’s
amazing to see how the aspen tree grows alongside the pine
tree, how the dandelions grow next to the roses.
     All of this is done naturally. Yes, there are some plants in the
world (maybe weeds) competing for Earth’s nutrients, but for
the most part, all is taken care of. What a great lesson to recognize
that we are rooted in the Source. Once we know we are
firmly grounded in the Source of all of life, all of life is then free
to be expressed through us and as us.
     How do you know when you are rooted in truth? When you
experience that peace that passes understanding. When, like
the mighty oak firmly rooted in the soil, we are firmly rooted in
Spirit, the Source — it doesn’t matter what the winds of change
bring. We can stand strong in the face of it all and say, “I shall
not be moved.”
     Every day, give thanks. Expressing gratitude is a sign of
being rooted in the truth that there is only one life. That life is
your life now.


I am grounded in God. I live, move and have my being in peace, joy
and love. I am the love of God.

Daily Guide Tuesday March 6, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine – Latest Issue


Income With No Job

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