Week 24 – The Real “I”

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.

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4 thoughts on “Week 24 – The Real “I”

  1. “We spend our whole life trying to change our surroundings when ‘You must become the change that you seek’.” This line in your post triggered this understanding in me….The struggle ceases when you stop trying to be someone you are not. The struggle ceases when you stop trying to change your life by changing what has already become a reality. To change your life you must create that reality in thought which in turn changes the reality you see and experience. Well said Brian, thanks for the reminder.

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