The circumstances that determine our state in life are not immutable. With each breath we draw and with every thought that assails the mind, we have the opportunity to change.
Change begins, firstly, with a willingness to do so, followed by a firm resolve to see it through. In the full knowledge that change is an intensely personal matter, we are obliged to look nowhere but within.
In a state of repose we learn to quiet the mind, ever cognizant of God’s love while silently affirming “I am enough.” We thus become physically and emotionally centered, at once sensing a warm inner peace.
In such a state, visualize as two separate beings mortal body and immortal soul. Allow purity of mind to transport soul’s divinely spiritual essence into the realm of intuitive sixth sense, whereupon spirit is suffused with the light of God’s wondrous love.
Save that which we limit ourselves, change knows no bounds. Neither does it come easily. Learning to cherish a sense of one’s own goodness is essential to our well-being. In time, our every thought, our every deed, are those of love for our fellow-man: We are ever at one with God.
Garry D. Kilbourn
“Change knows no bounds” …My need for forgiveness changed to Love
Yesterday, while at the Library, I noticed a book by Marianne Williamson, A Course in Weight Loss,’ 21 Spiritual Lessons for Surrendering Your Weight Forever. Hooked, I sat down and started reading. I usually ‘skip’ lessons in books but this time I thought, you never know. Marianne says, “This is a meaningful opportunity to see your light, by being courageous enough to look at your darkness.” The first lesson asks… look at these words and write down in detail “what is true for you.” I silently said the words and mentally wrote down my feelings…slowly and thoughtfully. I was right into it! I must have turned a personal-growth-corner. “Change knows no bounds”…I didn’t have expectations with this lesson, but this morning I found myself silently talking to my Mom about how sorry I was for ___ and if only ____ !! In the past I would ask for her forgiveness—this time I said, I LOVE YOU MOM ! No longer in need of forgiveness, I’m now free to Love. blw
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