Spiritual Security

July 11, 2012

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One of the most interesting things I’ve learned is that being defensive is a form of self-sabotage. I used to invest a lot of thought into trying to hold forth in the battles in my mind. I was forever looking to attack someone, then defend myself, then gather evidence to support my case for how right I was or how wrong someone was. It was a huge allotment of time and energy.

At that time, I had NO IDEA that I was living in my own personal prison of mental masturbation. I didn’t realize that all of that thought, that I believed was hidden from others, was actually producing form at some level.

A Course in Miracles teaches us that “All thought produces form at some level.” That form can be your emotions or physical feelings as well as the circumstances of your life.

I learned that the way I feel today and the circumstances of my experience today are the product of my thinking in the past. I learned that I could change the experience I have tomorrow by changing my thinking today and that has been my key to happiness.


I choose the security of God’s Love!

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  • Hi Jennifer:
    Thank you for your words of wisdom. I have had a better life not going back to past grievances and moving forward in love. Many things happen that were not so good for me. I am single at 67, but have more confidence and happiness than before. I am listening twice a week. I am grateful.

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