In my Virtual Assistant life, I just made some travel arrangements for my client, and as I turn to my next task, writing this blog, the thought of travel still lingered in my mind, so I thought I’d help you discover some ways to get inside yourself where you can do some good - lots of good, in fact.
I believe that Jesus’ mission was to show us that our experience here on earth is a mental one. I’m not confident his words were interpreted correctly. I do think if you read them with the thought in mind to discover the mental perspective, you will. The more common (and I think inaccurate) interpretation led to the plethora of religious concepts in vogue today.
I pursued that avenue once and found lack lustre results, so I kept on looking. I discovered metaphysics of the Religious Science variety, and once I’d ferretted out the truth there and still had unanswered questions, I kept hunting until I found Eschatology. I have no remaining questions.
The focus of that study is that life is mental, good, and individual. So let’s look at some ways to get inside and discover this mentalness called my one sweet life.
1. Can you think? You must be mind, because only mind can think.
2. Do you emote? Emotions come at the end of the thinking process; you’re mental.
3. Can you remember? Memory is a function of mind; you’re mental.
4. Can you close your eyes and still see pictures? Mind stores mental impressions. You’re mental.
5. Do you have a sense of what “I” means? You’re mental. Only the mind can grasp the sense of “I.’
6. Do you have desires? Mental. Desire wells up from inside your mind.
7. Can you choose right from wrong? You’re mind, because only mind can make this choice.
8. Can you learn? (Did you memorize the times tables?) Only mind can learn. You’re mind.
9. Have you ever thought of a friend and had them call you? That’s a purely mental, in touch process.
10. Can you observe your own thoughts? Only mind can do this.
Once you convince yourself that you are mind, you can take a trip inside any time you choose and see what’s happening in there. Here are two tips to help you focus and manifest:
You can only think one thought at a time.
You can choose which thought to think.
“Choose ye this day whom ye will serve.” Puts a whole new slant on that, doesn’t it? Me, I’d choose to serve myself as long as no one else was dissed.
Once you get this conviction nailed down, you can begin to manifest what you truly desire. This is how spiritual healing is accomplished.
You’re always welcome to visit my book where ideas like this are spelled out more fully.