To love is to know Me, My innermost nature, the truth that I am.

The Bhagavad-Gita

All of God is where I am, and all of Good is offered to me.  I waste no more time seeking the Truth, for I am in It and It is in me.  The present thinking is God’s Intelligence and God’s Love.  My present thinking is God’s channel of action. My present mood is the way Love acts through me.  I now think as God thinks, and feel as God feels.  The simplicity of this is hard to believe, but it is the truth.  I need no mystical contemplation of a Deity, I need only to think straight.  I need no special mood or feeling, Love is already flowing through my present emotions. I rejoice in my ability to let God out into His world through my mind and emotions.

Immersed in Intelligence, I act as intelligence.  Mind in process through me demonstrates what I select.  Thinking in terms of what I want, the Law of Mind now produces it.  Feeling the goodness of Life, I now experience it.  It is right where I am, and is already in action.  I only pray to recognize what is already being done, and to give my life right direction and meaning. My recognition of Truth is the Truth in action.  As I know It, It is my experience instantly.  God does not come to me, for I have always been Its vehicle.  “Look unto me” is the way, and “This do” is the technique.   

Immersed in Divine Love, I am loving.  The Infinite is no respector of persons, so I now love all my co-workers, my family and my friends.  Life insists that I do this.  Mind challenges me to do this.  I know that faults are easy to behold, but I now train my consciousness to seek virtues.  Everyone I know has great good within them.  I seek this good, for it alone will endure.  I now assume my rightful place in the scheme of things.  Mind thinks through me, and Love acts as me.  The responsibility is mine to think this day with clarity, and to love this day with fullness.  Nothing can hinder this decision on my part.  Intelligence quickens me to seeing the Truth in my fellowman, and to thinking rightly about myself and my world of affairs.

Taken from “365 Days of Richer Living” by Ernest Holmes & Raymond Charles Barker

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