The Absolute Word is based on Sunday messages appearing in Daily Word®, a copyrighted Unity publication, and has been used with permission.
February 12, 2017
I am peaceful, relaxed, and renewed as
I center on my Divine Love.
These words from “I AM There” by Unity poet James Dillet Freeman reassure me: “Do you need me? I am there.” Whether Mr. Freeman understood them from a traditional view or not is unclear. Today, I see this as Mr. Freeman’s Higher Self speaking to his ego during a time of deep need. Keeping these words close to heart, I feel peace no matter what is going on in my life.
When I feel stress, I take a few moments to rest in the Silence of prayer. I begin by letting go of thoughts and focusing on the comforting idea, “Do you need me? I am there.” I relax the muscles in my face and neck. I let my shoulders drop and my arms lay loosely in my lap. Letting my chair support me, I relax and simply be.
I center on Love, divine and unconditional. I exhale and let go of any stress and center on peace, calming and harmonious. Bringing my thoughts back from this brief meditation, I feel relaxed and refreshed, ready to return to my day with a positive, peaceful attitude.
I am peaceful, relaxed, and renewed as I centered on my Divine Love.