Guidance and Responsibility
Posted On May 2, 2016
Theme for the Month of May
The Global Vision:
Spiritual Guidance and Personal Responsibility
Theme for the Week of May 2:
My Mind Is a Center of Divine Activity
“We believe that life is the logical and necessary outcome
of the infinite self-knowingness of God.” – Ernest Holmes
Do you realize we’ve completed one third of the year already in our discussion of The Global Vision: A World That Works For Everyone? I hope you’ve been enjoying the topics created through Centers for Spiritual Living (csl.org).
In May our chats and debates will reflect on two parts necessary for the development of our vision:
As a caveat for my readers who are atheist and agnostic, may I suggest you think of the spiritual guidance aspect as the group of people, individual or organization to whom you look to when you desire guidance in your life?
And, what about taking personal responsibility for the creation and nurturing of this vision? That might seem like an awesome task. Remember that with us all working together it simply means we will each do our part to the best of our ability.
For our discussions this week (which you’ll find over at the Facebook® page for my ministry – Spirit, Mind and Body Foundation), we’re going to look at the activity of our individual minds being a place of activity of more divine or universal activity.
In a world that works for everyone we believe in the unity of all life. That means that our thoughts are creating both our own experience as well as building the collective consciousness. Yes, it sounds like a pretty important ability. And you know what? It is!
Join me this week and throughout the month to experience the joy of focusing on what you want, instead of what you don’t want, as is more common in our society. Learn how to access the knowledge, understanding and wisdom of all time through meditation and reflection.
Sound like fun? It’s going to be! See you this week over at the Foundation’s Facebook® page and weekly on my blog, “Making Sense of Life!”
In Spirit, Truth and Playfulness,