A little excited about something that happened this week. On my DMP I had written I am committed to drinking two liters of water daily & I affirm a minimum of 3x daily 10x minimum that I am a healthy person, my A1C, labs and ultrasound are all normal. This is of great benefit as Dr. Pareek told me on 12/5/17 visit that my ultrasound was clear. On Tuesday, December 5th that is exactly what Dr. Pareek told me “Your ultrasound was completely clear!!”
Our exercise for this weeks sit is to focus on the quotation from the Bible, “Whatsoever things ye desire, when we pray, believe that ye receive them and ye shall have them”, What a powerful phrase!! No limits!! We can have whatever we want, providing it doesn’t take from anyone else’s good. I started thinking about this, wow!! You mean I can ask for $100K? How about 200K? How about 500K? Do you desire it? Do you pray for it? Most important do you Believe you can have it? Yes? Then you can have it and much, much more, remember no limits!! Obviously money was the first thing I thought about. Then I started to expand my thoughts. No limits. How about health? I personally take insulin and medication for diabetes. Is it possible to eventually not take any medication? I desire it, I pray for it. Remember Frederick Andrews from lesson 9. “I have grown from a little, crooked, twisted cripple going about on my hands and knees, to a strong, straight, well formed man.” With what Mr. Andrews accomplished, I certainly believe that one day my medication will be history.
How about diseases such as Cancer, Parkinson’s and many others? Why not? or can we even eliminate them with our thoughts? From this week’s reading “A very distressing situation came into my life, which could not have been the result of my thought, as I certainly never entertained any thought which could have such a result.” We fail to remember that like attracts like in the mental world, and that the thought which we entertain brings to us certain friendships, companionships of a particular kind, and these in turn bring about conditions and environment, which in turn are responsible for the conditions of which we complain.
So if I constantly state (with enthusiasm!!):
“I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, healthy, harmonious and happy.”
What positive things are going to branch off into my life? Unlimited happiness? OMG wouldn’t that be amazing?
I found this very interesting
“I bargained with Life for a penny, And Life would pay no more, However I begged at evening When I counted my scanty store; For Life is just an employer, He gives you what you ask, But once you have set the wages, Why, you must bear the task. I worked for a menial's hire, Only to learn, dismayed, That any wage I had asked of Life, Life would have paid.”