Coronavirus Got You Panicking?

Are you worried about the reports of coronavirus, in particular COVID-19? If so, you’re not alone. But before we go into that, please take a look at the next few questions.

How is your health? Excellent? Good? Fair? Lacking? I mean, overall, when you have to check a box on a questionnaire at the doctor’s office, how do you tell her exactly how you feel in one word?

If you were to have asked my Grandma Esther how she felt, she’d have asked you if you wanted the answer chronologically or alphabetically. She had numerous aches and pains and was more than willing to share her discomfort about them with others.

As I have aged and been guided by those of even greater years, I’ve learned to appreciate what I can do, as opposed to what I don’t seem to be able to do. There’s an old metaphysical principle at work in your life and mine:

What we focus on increases.

As comforting or annoying (depending on the situation) that might be, it’s an immutable truth. We can’t beg, borrow, or steal to get that principle to work differently. That’s why it’s crucial we guard our thinking, seeking to see the good, and determine to be happy.

You and I can’t ignore physical problems or challenges, but we don’t have to buy into the scenario being presented to us in the media. This is particularly true with the presence of COVID-19. We can use common sense in our daily lives, like washing our hands frequently which, by the way, is not news for God’s sake!

Let’s continue to know the truth about this most recent situation and do whatever it takes to align our thinking and actions with our desired outcome. It can be a daunting task, particularly if we are in a group who’s being cautioned by the medical community – who, unlike media personalities or politicians, are people who are educated and informed.

You and I don’t have to do this alone. We can surround ourselves with like-minded people who are moving forward in life today, not staying stuck in the fears of the past, present, or future. Travel safe and be well.

Spiritual Mind Treatment for the Week of March 9, 2020

We must be happy if we wish to be well.

Ernest Holmes

There is one power. That power is all-present, universal, and creates all things. It created me out of its desire to express. I am universal power in action and form.

I speak this word knowing it has power. I continue to express hope in the future and faith in the power all around me. My thoughts become my reality. I guard my thinking about myself, others, and the world at large.

I refuse to ignore any situation. I recognize what stands before me or is being spewed from the media. I then deny not the problem, but any necessity for it to exist in my life and the lives of others. I honor the beliefs of others, but I do not have to take those which are diametrically opposed to truth into my consciousness.

I give thanks for the power within me. I rejoice in the power and presence of those around me. I release this word into the Law for immediate demonstration in my life and all those who choose to live in awareness and mindfulness of our lives. And So It Is.

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