Two of the most powerful tools we use in the practice of New Thought Principles are Negations and Affirmations. These tools are used to consciously reprogram our subconscious mind. We negate the unreal and affirm the Truth. Continue reading
Heart Advice from Pema Chodron:
In the morning when you wake up, reflect on the day ahead and aspire to use it to keep a wide-open heart and mind. At the end of the day, before going to sleep, think over what you’ve done. If you fulfilled your aspiration, even once, rejoice in that. If you went against your aspiration, rejoice that you are able to see what you did and are no longer living in ignorance. This way you will be inspired to go forward with increasing clarity, confidence, and compassion.
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There is no condition of mind or body that cannot be lifted up. The life-giving Spirit is ever-present in me, through me, and as me.
The ancient alchemists believed in the process of transmutation to change base metals into gold. The key to unlocking this process was thought to be the mysterious Philosopher’s Stone.
Our true nature is like a precious jewel: although it may be temporarily buried in mud, it remains completely brilliant and unaffected. We simply have to uncover it. – Pema Chödrön
Emma Curtis Hopkins, New Thought pioneer and Teacher of Teachers, tells us, “There are three ways of dealing with the principles announced in Truth. There is the deep thinking which the mind exercises respecting them. There is the speaking them forth which we do not hesitate to do. There is the careful recording of them, which is writing down what we know of them. The next is living them, which we are sure to do if we think, speak, and write them. It is by faithfully doing all these things with Spiritual doctrine that we accomplish the works of the Spirit in us.”