For some reason his week all the little ‘sayings’ really jumped out at me. Emerson’s ‘Nothing can permanently deny it’s true nature’ has certainly summed up a lot! Some things that seem like miracles, like a plant growing, is just it’s true nature. We spend our whole life trying to change our surroundings when ‘You must become the change that you seek’. This must be why success requires less effort than failure. We are designed to grow and what we think about grows. Keep that PMA because after a while we don’t even realize that we are trying and we don’t know how we are changing things, but we are. It all goes on auto pilot!
With one of my PPN’s being True Health, paragraph 8 resonated with me. It states that because all conditions are thought creations, disease and lack are simply mental conditions in which the person fails to perceive the truth, and as soon as that error is removed, the condition is removed. Believe and realize this ‘Truth’.
One more – “The meaning of life is to find your gift – The purpose of life is to give it away”. That sounds consistent with that fourth promise.
In our most recent Master Keys we learned that the processes of the subconscious mind usually proceed without our personal knowledge or direction, and as long as we do not interfere with thoughts of fear, doubt and anxiety, the result is perfect. So, in a way, as strange as it sounds, if we can literally think nothing then we can remain healthy! However, thinking positive and healthy and having those ‘good vibrations’ should really enhance things. These laws of vibration, the result of our mental action, govern our health; mental therapeutics as it is referred to. People that have negative thoughts tend to be less healthy physically. I also feel that it is not only our own thoughts which can impede good health, but the thoughts of others around us.
I avoid with fury the killers of time! It felt good to write that one down while moving on to chapter 13. So where do we begin when it seems that so much in our life wastes our time? I like to begin by being aware and respectful of other peoples time. We are learning now that for most of our life we have been wasting “thought” time. Proper thought time is most efficient during silence. More silence equals less wasted time!
Part 22 was great for me, as I’m sure it was for many of us who have ‘True Health’ as one of our PPN’s. Think about good health and we shall be healthy. This subject of mental therapeutics is something for all of us to expand upon.