We are born with an inherent wholeness.
We learn of the creative power of thought. We are intrigued by the wonder of it. We can become fascinated with the fact that thought is creative, that what we think takes form in our experience to some degree. We begin to use this law for every possible purpose for the benefit of ourselves and for others.
We are not a drop in the ocean---We are the entire ocean in a drop. -- Rumi
We are all myth-makers. Empowerment is when we are no longer dependent on something or someone outside of ourselves. Are we creating our personal reality consciously, or is it being created by virtue of our conditioned self?
There is an infinite potentiality available to all. It mirrors back to us what we are sending out from our own state of consciousness.
We are living the richest experience, in wholeheartedness in the quantum field of possibility. Our newest science meets the oldest traditions in beautiful synergy. Buddhism teaches that everything is impermanent and suffering is a part of living. We have the opportunity to learn how to suffer and then cast it off. In our modern world, we are learning the secrets that ancients knew---how activating the pineal gland and keeping our chakras in alignment gives us a better chance of reaching coherence and accessing the divine.
Tibetan monks attempting to move a large, clay Buddha discovered that it was actually a gold statue covered in clay. We too have a golden shadow---a part of ourselves we do not want to recognize, that isn't a part of the image we present to the world. The mask we wear is one of clay; it can crack and show the true self within.
We must give our attention and energy to that which creates greater aliveness. Let us understand our mask and begin chipping away at it. What is the opposite to our public persona? Look for the blessings that our unowned self has gifted us with.
The kingdom of heaven of which Jesus spoke is the unified field of consciousness. The seeds in Jesus' parables are ideas in our consciousness. A small seed planted in the right conditions and tended in the appropriate ways can flourish. The same is true of the thoughts in our consciousness.
"Man re-enacts the nature of God." -- Dr. Ernest Holmes
After the dark night of the soul, we are broken open, and we learn a lot about ourselves. But we can only go so far with our intellect, and then we need to open our hearts. Our ego mind can spin a story of separation, of aloneness, but the heart tells a different story.
In today's talk, Rev. Tammie gives us several practical ways to become more prosperous.
The three metaphysical laws that govern everything govern money, too. The first is the Law of Unity---a spirituality of wholeness. When we find wholeness through Source, we find the peace we may be seeking in money and learn what prosperity looks like for us individually.
The second is the Law of Cause and Effect. For every manifestation, there is an invisible idea behind it. An experience of lack is caused by ideas or beliefs about lack.
Carl Jung was guided by four key principles in his teaching and life work:
When we are volunteering, the quality of the outcome as the result of our activity is directly connected to the state of our being or our consciousness that our activity springs from.
The consciousness from which we offer our gift determines the ongoing nature of our efforts and the results that follow. When we plant a seed of love from a consciousness of love, there is a better chance that what we've planted will flourish and have long-standing impact and a ripple effect.