World peace begins within my mind and heart. Aligned with my Power of Imagination, I breathe deeply and envision every person laying hold of the PRINCIPLES of LOVE and PEACE; every is loving and peaceful. I see the world’s people healing strife, anger, and division into reconciliation, peace, and unity.
Holding this vision, I see the entire world aglow with radiance. Harmony and cooperation heal the world’s wounds and encourage love to flower in each person’s heart.
I carry this vision throughout my day. I see our underlying ONENESS regardless of apparent distinctions. I deploy DIVINE WISDOM and UNDERSTANDING to illumine my thoughts and inspire my words. When coupled with DIVINE WILL, I guide myself to act in ways bringing peace to the world.
When darkness casts shadows in my life or in the life of someone I care about, I call upon my inner DIVINE LIGHT. “LIGHT is the UNDERSTANDING PRINCIPLE in mind.” (Fillmore, Charles, The Revealing Word, alphabetically under “light”)
Just as the light of the sun illuminates the sky, my mind is illumined by DIVINE LIGHT; IT brightens my soul, and warms my heart. Even during life’s darkest moments, DIVINE LIGHT is always shining in me and from me just as IT shines in all people.
Remembering my DIVINE LIGHT, I find the strength and power to lift myself up. Through acts of service and loving-kindness, I share understanding that helps guide others through any darkness they may be facing. Every smile, kind word, thoughtful deed, or offer of help has the potential to brighten someone’s day.
Quiet moments in a fragrant garden, a stroll by a lake or stream, or a visit to a beautiful place inspiring a deep awareness of peace. I also enjoy peace when with friends, those with whom I have easy camaraderie and deep bonds. Growing in my spiritual awareness of the PRINCIPLE of PEACE, I claim inner peace wherever I am. True inner peace comes from deep within me as I manifest it from PRINCIPLE.
If I am feeling less than peaceful, I pause and breathe out releasing worry, fear, and unhealthy concern. As I breathe in, I focus on my inner DIVINITY including the PRINCPLE of PEACE. My peace soothes my emotions, calms my thoughts, and my body relaxes. As I claim PEACE, I move forward with renewed clarity and confidence.
Feelings of fear that creep into my life may conjure childhood memories of scary nighttime images and noises.
As a child, I may have felt afraid of the dark or startled by an unfamiliar sound. But the morning sun always dispelled the darkness, and I realized there was never anything to fear.
I keep that knowledge alive as I use PRINCIPLE according to LAW to dissolve the darkness of fear. I feel the comfort and safety of understanding Faith. FAITH based upon PRINCIPLE and LAW.
Now when any darkness descends in my life, I remember my DIVINE NATURE includes the PRINCIPLES of DOMINON, STRENGTH and LOVE. As I attune more fully to realizing my DIVINITY as PINCIPLE, light dawns within my consciousness and I realize that protection is always mine.
Appreciation and gratitude are expressed from the PRINCIPLES of BENEVOLENCE and GENEROSITY.
Every day I invest time appreciating the abundance surrounding me. I notice the beauty of the natural world, the talent and dedication behind the music and art I enjoy, and the skill and commitment of the people who work to maintain a safe and orderly world.
What I focus on in my mind grows in my mind and in my awareness. As I focus my attention on everything I appreciate, the more I notice to appreciate.
I give my full attention to someone I care about during a meal, a favorite activity, or simply a quiet moment together.
I appreciate my life’s bounty and feel gratitude for the love and beauty that enriches my life.
Compassion is the awareness another’s hardship combined with the desire to ease it while providing comfort. Compassion arises from my use of the PRINCIPLES of LOVE, GENEROSITY and BENEVOLENCE.
Jesus is my role model. The authors of the Gospels reported on Jesus’ legendary compassion. He demonstrated awareness of the needs and feelings of friends and strangers alike. He eased it while providing comfort.
Jesus did not turn away from social outcasts; he healed them and shared meals with them. His compassion fed a multitude and restored wine to a wedding reception. Jesus wept when Lazarus died. Even when his disciples deserted him as he was crucified, Jesus focused on forgiveness.
When I am aware of another’s distress, I listen deeply with an open mind and heart. My kind words and loving presence provide comfort.