Posted by: spiritteacher | May 8, 2017

ENVISIONING GRACE

“By grace I live. By grace I am released.” A Course In Miracles

“I would see this as my moment and my life of grace.”

Let this be a day of grace for us.  What kind of day do we want?  Let’s visualize it in our mind. Write it down and don’t skip a detail. We need to put it somewhere where we can look at it again and again. In this way we can learn to be pro-active in our life. 

Do we want to feel at peace?  Do we want to experience harmony and balance and abundance in nature and in our lives? Do we want to have more fun? Do we want to laugh more? Do we want to heal a relationship? Do we want to feel safe and well and confident and strong? Do we want to hear and read about some good news in the world?  Do we need a job? A home?  Do we want a child in our lives?  A cat? A dog? There is no limit to the wonderful things we can bring to ourselves and the world if we focus on it, decide for it and believe in it.  

If we come from a higher spiritual place and let the physical experience manifest from there, our lives will be richer and fuller. Envisioning “things” for ourselves might work okay for a time, but seeing ourselves at peace and coming from a place of God’s Love will allow us to experience miracles every day.

A miracle wouldn’t be just a job, it would be the perfect job.  A miracle wouldn’t be just to get along with someone we have problems with; it would mean a complete and total healing.  A miracle wouldn’t just be a new house; it would be a home radiant with joy and love.  A miracle wouldn’t be as limiting as money or power.  It would be the abundance of God for all. A miracle wouldn’t be just someone special in our lives; it would be a holy, loving and happy relationship with the perfect partner. A miracle wouldn’t be someone else acting differently, it would be us radiating joy and bringing healing into our families, our work places and into the world itself.

So now let’s begin envisioning our day of grace and as we do we will understand that we deserve, not just a single day of grace, but an entire life of grace.


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