My mind is nurtured by divine ideas.
Pure water springs forth from deep within the earth and gives life to everything around it. Hills turn green and dry places flourish. Like a hidden spring that arises from within, spiritual inspiration brings fresh perspectives and new insights.
This current of ideas is invigorating. I may become inspired while praying, meditating, reading a book, or listening to a song. I may be blessed by a spark of insight during a quiet morning walk. Divine ideas help me find solutions to challenges in my work and relationships. When I listen to Spirit, my mind is released from the need to over-analyze or predict outcomes. As I move forward with ease, I am grateful for the guidance of the Divine in me, nurturing my mind and my soul.
I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?—Isaiah 43:19
Our review today will cover these ideas:
I will there be light.
I will use the power of my will today. It is not my will to grope about in darkness, fearful of shadows and afraid of things unseen and unreal. Light shall be my guide today. I will follow it where it leads me, and I will look only on what it shows me. This day I will experience the peace of true perception.
These forms of this idea would be helpful for specific applications:
This cannot hide the light I will to see.
You stand with me in light, [name].
In the light this will look different.
There is no will but God’s.
I am safe today because there is no will but God’s. I can become afraid only when I believe there is another will. I try to attack only when I am afraid, and only when I try to attack can I believe that my eternal safety is threatened. Today I will recognize that all this has not occurred. I am safe because there is no will but God’s.
These are some useful forms of this idea for specific applications:
Let me perceive this in accordance with the Will of God.
It is God’s Will you are His Son, [name], and mine as well.
This is part of God’s Will for me, however I may see it.
A Course In Miracles ~ 87
. . . Bears No Resentment
Blessed Are The Meek
Trust in God and have faith. If you know you have been rebellious, ask humbly for forgiveness, and then be kind and loving. Remember that this is man’s only freewill choice – not whether he shall go this way or that way, but whether he shall on the one hand accept his experiences with true love and humility, or whether he will be rebellious and angry, and full of tortuous emotion. Seek to grow to Christ-manhood.
The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle