Regeneration

Bearers of Joy 2Those who know don’t talk.
Those who talk don’t know.
Close your mouth,
block off your senses,
blunt your sharpness,
untie your knots,
soften your glare,
settle your dust.
This is the primal identity.
Be like the Tao.
It can’t be approached or withdrawn from,
benefited or harmed,
honored or brought into disgrace.
It gives itself up continually.
That is why it endures.
Tao Te Ching v56

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Beneath the ClamorEnthusiasm
I am filled with spiritual energy and enthusiasm.
Spirit is the source of all energy and zeal. If I am out of touch with Spirit, out of alignment with my divine nature, my energy may lessen. When I am centered in God, however, the energy of divine life wells up within me, supercharging my mind, body, and spirit.
Fueled by the Divine, I have all the vitality I need to accomplish what is mine to do. Each day I am excited about the opportunity to grow into the person I am meant to be. I eagerly engage in soul-enriching activities, such as prayer, meditation, and service to others.
Whatever situations arise throughout my day, I meet them with a cheerful attitude, buoyed by the knowledge that Spirit is my unfailing source. I am filled with spiritual energy and enthusiasm.
To set the mind on the flesh is death, but to set the mind on the Spirit is life and peace.—Romans 8:6
Daily Word

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Inner Vision 2Our review for today covers the following:
(26) My attack thoughts are attacking my invulnerability.
How can I know who I am when I see myself as under constant attack? Pain, illness, loss, age and death seem to threaten me. All my hopes and wishes and plans appear to be at the mercy of a world I cannot control. Yet perfect security and complete fulfillment are my inheritance. I have tried to give my inheritance away in exchange for the world I see. But God has kept my inheritance safe for me. My own real thoughts will teach me what it is.
(27) Above all else I want to see.
Recognizing that what I see reflects what I think I am, I realize that vision is my greatest need. The world I see attests to the fearful nature of the self-image I have made. If I would remember who I am, it is essential that I let this image of myself go. As it is replaced by truth, vision will surely be given me. And with this vision, I will look upon the world and on myself with charity and love.
(28) Above all else I want to see differently.
The world I see holds my fearful self-image in place, and guarantees its continuance. While I see the world as I see it now, truth cannot enter my awareness. I would let the door behind this world be opened for me, that I may look past it to the world that reflects the Love of God.
(29) God is in everything I see.
Behind every image I have made, the truth remains unchanged. Behind every veil I have drawn across the face of love, its light remains undimmed. Beyond all my insane wishes is my will, united with the Will of my Father. God is still everywhere and in everything forever. And we who are part of Him will yet look past all appearances, and recognize the truth beyond them all.
(30) God is in everything I see because God is in my mind.
In my own mind, behind all my insane thoughts of separation and attack, is the knowledge that all is one forever. I have not lost the knowledge of Who I am because I have forgotten it. It has been kept for me in the Mind of God, Who has not left His Thoughts. And I, who am among them, am one with them and one with Him.
A Course In Miracles ~56

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Divine Law. . . Is A Tower Of Strength And Light
Healing From The Sun
Basically all healing is the intake into the body of the eternal Sun, the Light. If you can call upon this Light, breathe it in, live consciously in this Light, it will actually control the cells of the physical body. The body is so heavy, material life so strong, that you forget the power of God to re-create tissue, to re-create the living cells of your body.
The Quiet Mind – Sayings of White Eagle

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