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God Knows Where

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No one ever loses when one trusts love.
— Rickie Byars

We must trust the Invisible, for it is the sole cause of that
which is visible.
— “The Science of Mind,” page 57

     Have you ever had the experience where you needed
something to happen in your life, and you just didn’t
know how it was going to happen and where it was going
to come from? In those moments, you may have had the thought
or maybe even said something to the effect of, “I need (fill in the
blank), but God only knows where it’s going to come from.”
     Little do we realize at the time that God does know where it’s
going to come from. When we are rooted in truth, we live from
the knowing that everything we need is naturally provided.
Holmes wrote about trusting the invisible. We must know that
God in us knows exactly what we need and when.
     Trusting the Invisible creates peace of mind. We no longer
worry about what to do, where to go or how we will make it. We
trust the power within us to guide and direct us to experience
our greatest and highest good, no matter what might be happening
around us.
     Obviously, we are not to sit back and wait for something to
happen. We must do our part. We must show up and do what is
front of us. Yes, we do our prayer work, remember our affirmations,
and then get busy working toward the fulfillment of our
vision. Anchored in the truth that God is all there is, we can let
go and trust that the Divine knows where.


I trust in the power of the Divine. I am abundantly supported in all
I do.

Daily Guide Sunday March 11, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine – Latest Issue


Notice your thoughts…

Individuality And The Non Physical

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Love Yourself

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When we love the whole race with the whole heart, then we
shall enter the presence of Him who is love.
— Christian D. Larson

Treat to know that Love is stronger than any other force in the
Universe, and that steadily and rhythmically the Life of God is
pulsing through your body.
— “The Science of Mind,” page 249

     It all starts in love, and it all fades into love. Love is all there
is. Some people may have an issue with using the word God.
That’s perfectly all right. Substitute the word Love for God. In
doing so, scripture takes on a different feeling. For example, in
the beginning, Love created the heavens and the earth.
As Holmes said, Love is stronger than any force in the universe.
Love — that deep, unconditional love — has the power to
change everything. This unconditional love, the love that created
the heavens and the earth, is the love that flows through the very
core of life. It is the power that flows through you and as you
now. No matter what, love. Your spouse upsets you; love anyway.
Your job or work is causing you stress; love anyway. Love
changes everything.
In all this loving, the most important person to love is yourself.
You are the most the most precious person in your life. God
so loved the world, that It created you. It created you in Its spiritual
image and likeness, which is perfection itself.
Love yourself unconditionally. No matter what the mistakes
were in the past, love yourself today. Loving yourself opens
doors to a greater life. But don’t take my word for it. Try it for
yourself. For the next seven days, love yourself. Do nice things
for yourself. Tell yourself that you love everything about who
you are. You will see that loving yourself changes everything.


I love me. I love everything about me. I am the love of God.

Daily Guide Saturday March 10, 2018 – Science Of Mind Magazine – Latest Issue


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


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