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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Let Go Let God in World Peace

I emanate peace into the world.
Today, as a meditation, I imagine all of life breathing peace—animals, plant life, and everyone I encounter. With every breath I take, I bring peace in and through my body, feeling it permeate every atom of my being. I inhale and exhale serenity and know that wherever I go, I carry it with me. Because my mind is focused on peace, I encounter it in all types of situations. Peace enters the room just before I enter and lingers behind me when I depart. All that I do is infused with peace—my work, my interactions with others, and my time alone. My life is a meditation on peace. I quietly and intentionally use my breath to saturate my mind, heart, and perspective with peace.
Therefore say, “I hereby grant him my covenant of peace.”—Numbers 25:12

Monday, September 29, 2014

Let Go Let God in Prosperity

I give generously, and I am abundantly blessed.
In many places in the world people carry a bushel basket to market. Vendors fill it to overflowing with greens and other produce. Both givers and receivers experience a joyous sharing of prosperity and gratitude through this transaction. My heart is a bushel basket overflowing with love and generosity for those I meet each day. I am grateful and joyful when I participate in opportunities to give and receive. Abundant prosperity flows when I share openly and lovingly. As I participate in the circulation of God’s good, my wealth expands. I am grateful for the abundant blessings in my life.
Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over, will be put into your lap; for the measure you give will be the measure you get back.—Luke 6:38

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Let Go Let God as I Live My Truth

I live my truth with passion and conviction.

We have been called to speak truth from our hearts and to live genuinely. Each person is one-of-a-kind, and our lives, authentically lived, are our gift to the world. I live my truth by knowing who I am and the values I hold dear. My values are reflected in all I think, say, and do. If I am ever afraid to follow my heart or speak my truth, I remember strength and courage come from within. I am a unique expression of the Divine, and Spirit in me is my guide. I am directed through my intuition; I am led on the path that is right for me. My life is a reflection of my truth, and I live it with passion and conviction.
Who may dwell on your holy hill? Those who walk blamelessly, and do what is right, and speak the truth from their heart.—Psalm 15:1-2

Saturday, September 27, 2014

Let Go Let God All Is In Divine Order

My life is in divine order right now.

A mother or father with a house full of exuberant children might receive calm reassurance to remember the spiritual law of order: Even in the midst of seeming chaos, life is in divine order. Likewise, when my life appears chaotic, I experience peace by affirming this Truth: My life is in divine order right now. I let go of assumptions about how order should look. In prayer, I ask what is mine to do. I listen for the answer with trust and allow divine order to unfold. I rest in an inner sanctuary of peace, knowing all is well. I gently release any resistance that arises from within. Divine order reigns—in my life and in the world—right now.
So that the just requirement of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not according to the flesh but according to the Spirit.—Romans 8:4

Friday, September 26, 2014

Let Go Let God Provide Guidance

I am attuned to divine love and wisdom.
I am an explorer on a journey of self-­discovery and soul growth. I set goals, work toward them, and hold a vision for my future. While my path may take surprising turns, my life journey is a fulfilling one. For guidance in navigating the twists and turns, I rely on the presence of God in me. Seeking wisdom and direction, I quiet my mind, relax, and focus my attention on the presence of Spirit within me. I ask, then wait, assured that answers will come. Guidance comes in various forms, through a variety of channels. Opening my heart and mind to receive, I feel at peace when the answers arise. I am clear, and I recognize what is right for me.
May the Lord direct your hearts to the love of God and to the steadfastness of Christ.–2 Thessalonians 3:5

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Let Go Let God as a Divine Creation

I am made of God-substance. My destiny is always good.
I am a Divine Creation, made of Love and Life. In the past, I may have identified myself with illness, lack, negativity, or hopelessness, but today I decide to let go of that false identity and embrace my True Self—I am Intelligence. I am Power. I am Love. I am Light. I take responsibility for my past, with compassion rather than condemnation. I remember that I am made of God-substance and my destiny is always positive and good. I affirm I am a child of God. I am patient in my process of realization and growth. In so doing, I welcome my divine inheritance—all the riches of health and well-being.
We are all the work of your hand.—Isaiah 64:8

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Let Go Let God in Prayer

I call forth what I need from the field of infinite potential.

My prayer time begins with a shift in consciousness. By moving my attention away from the material world, I become conscious of the Presence beyond appearances: the presence of All That Is. I am immersed in this energy. I do not pray to God, I pray from a consciousness of God. In this place of pure awareness, my Higher Self is one with the Divine. I become a radiating center of God-consciousness, drawing to me whatever I need to be well and strong, successful and prosperous. I call forth the answer to my prayer from the field of infinite potential. My prayer is certain; every need is already fulfilled. The goodness of God is available to me right here and now.
If you abide in me, and my words abide in you, ask for whatever you wish, and it will be done for you. —John 15:7

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Let Go Let God Experience

Every experience is my teacher. I open myself to learning.

At times I may forget who I am. I may forget I have immediate access to Divine Intelligence or that I am one with Divine Love. Perhaps I feel off center or frustrated in those moments, yet this is simply part of my human experience.Each time I forget who I am, I embrace the opportunity to remember. I open my heart and mind and listen to the teeming wisdom of the Universe. I may be reminded of my divine nature through a prayerful pause or a conversation with a wise friend. What matters most is that I remain open and teachable. I welcome my life experiences as continuous opportunities to remember: I am never separate from the Kingdom of God.
For wisdom will come into your heart, and knowledge will be pleasant to your soul.—Proverbs 2:10

Monday, September 22, 2014

Let Go Let God Be Free

I am free; I am unlimited.
In autumn, leaves let go of their branches. They catch a breeze, float freely through the air, then gently fall to the ground. Like the leaves, I let go of what I have been holding on to and find new freedom of expression. A whisper of inspiration guides my thoughts and actions as I drift to new experiences, ways of thinking, and patterns of living.I am not tied to one idea, one job, or one habit. I have freedom of choice. Just as the leaf has no fear as it falls from the tree, I have no fear of change. I am one with God, imbued with unlimited potential. I look forward to new growth and adventures, new freedom to express who I am. I am free. I am unlimited. I am ready for new horizons.
As servants of God, live as free people, yet do not use your freedom as a pretext for evil.—1 Peter 2:16

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Let Go Let God Behold

I behold the Christ in you.
From time to time, I may find myself judging another person for their actions or choices. Yet condemnation does not help others change. The best way for me to help another person is to behold their divinity—the Christ in them. I empathize with others, because I understand that everyone makes mistakes. We may try in vain to get satisfaction from the world, while deeply longing for the fulfillment only Spirit can bring. When we awaken to the Truth that we are sacred beings, we find the Source of true happiness and joy. I let go of judgment and see the Truth in myself and others. The Christ is in all of us. I behold our sacredness with love and acceptance. I rest knowing we are One.
When I awake I shall be satisfied, beholding your likeness.—Psalm 17:15

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Let Go Let God Embrace

I embrace changes in life as blessings.
When an oyster suffers irritation from a foreign body in its shell, it responds by secreting more shell-making substance. The intruder is not cast out but enfolded, coated by layers of nacre as it is gradually transformed into a smooth and precious pearl.Like the oyster, I choose to see irritations as invitations to make pearls! I release resistance and accept any such experience as part of life. As I enfold the situation in love, I see how temporary life challenges lose their power to annoy and become gifts. As I bless each challenge, I allow it to help me find the peace of God within. Gratefully, I magnify the treasures of the kingdom.
So if anyone is in Christ, there is a new creation: everything old has passed away; see, everything has become new!—2 Corinthians 5:17

Friday, September 19, 2014

Let Go Let God with Forgiveness

I free the flow of good in my life.
If an area of my life appears difficult or lacking, I ask myself, Is there something I need to forgive? Unforgiveness is an obstacle to the free flow of good from within. If I feel a debt is owed to me, I ask myself, Am I willing to let it go? Good flows to me through a multitude of channels. No individual person owes me my good because my good comes from Infinite Source. I begin to heal by tuning in to the sacred part of me that is connected to my Source. The I Am in me remains complete and untouched by any circumstance. Gently, I release my pain and allow myself to be healed by Divine Love. I am ready to forgive, and as I do, God’s good flows freely in and through my life.
Forgive us our sins, for we ourselves forgive everyone indebted to us.—Luke 11:4

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Let Go Let God Turn Within

I am the peace of God.
I may experience sensory overload when the noise of television, the Internet, or social media disturb my concentration and sense of peace. To find my serenity, I turn down the volume of the outer world and experience the peace of God within. I shut off any distracting devices and rest my awareness in the natural sounds of the present moment. Peace washes over me as I let go of the noise and close my eyes. I breathe deeply—inhaling Life—and experience the peace of God right here and now. Focused on the sacred space within where I abide with the Presence, I affirm: I am the peace of God. As I emerge from meditation, I feel refreshed and reassured of ever-present peace.
Let your adornment be the inner self with the lasting beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit.—1 Peter 3:4

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Let Go Let God in Healing

Life expresses through me as wholeness and health.

As I deepen my spiritual practice, I grow in my ability to see beyond any physical condition and perceive wholeness—the foundation of all creation. If I experience illness, I may feel symptoms that are uncomfortable or limiting. Even in the midst of this experience, I meditate on the divine principle of Life. I claim Life, and with spiritual vision, I see Life expressing through me as health and wholeness. With insight and wisdom, I know when to seek medical help and which choices are right for me. During any treatment or recovery, I keep my thoughts steady on the power and the presence of Life in me. My body and mind manifest wholeness and health.
The eye is the lamp of the body. So, if your eye is healthy, your whole body will be full of light.—Matthew 6:22

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Let Go Let God Provide Comfort

The peace of God comforts me.
Even during the dark and stormy times of my life, God’s abundant peace is only a thought away. As I close my eyes to fear and confusion, I see the steady light of the Divine at my center. Just as the flame from a single candle dismisses darkness, the light of the Divine dissipates fear. I am comforted by the divine inner light shining peace, power, and love within me. I affirm: God is my power; God is my strength; I am safe. Any temporary experience has only the power I give it. I choose not to empower adversity. God in me is the strong comforting presence upon which I rely. I am comforted by the power and light of God within.
Even though I walk through the darkest valley, I fear no evil; for you are with me; your rod and your staff—they comfort me.—Psalm 23:4

Monday, September 15, 2014

Let Go Let God in Harmony

I am an instrument of harmony.
I enjoy the pleasing blend of sounds when musical notes are sung or played in harmony. The music resonates with my soul, stirs my emotions, and offers a welcoming interlude in my day. Similarly, harmony within relationships enriches my life. I seek affinity with family, friends, and associates. We may each see life differently, but as we hear each other’s ideas and suggestions, and respectfully discuss any agreements or disagreements, we compose a harmonious song. Musical notes combine to produce a masterpiece. In the same way, the varying qualities and gifts of individuals combine to make a greater whole. Harmonious relationships are a blessing to me.
Clothe yourselves with love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony. –Colossians 3:14

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Let Go Let God for Daily Supply

God supplies my every need.
The assurance of the Lord’s Prayer states, “Give us this day our daily bread.” These words remind me to focus on the present and trust all my needs are met—air to breathe, food to eat, shelter to protect. Not only are my physical needs met but also my spiritual needs—understanding, love, and life itself. I am nourished in every way. Uplifting words of prayer and gratitude keep my attention on the Source of my daily bread. I am not anxious about storing up for tomorrow or how my good will appear. My heart and mind are open to the flow of ideas, guidance, and strength that steadily sustains me. Relaxed and assured, I trust in God, and every need is fulfilled.
You gave your good spirit to instruct them, and did not withhold your manna from their mouths.—Nehemiah 9:20

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Let Go Let God in Thanksgiving

I am grateful for the gift of life.
Giving thanks is a healing act. As I acknowledge my gratitude for life, I feel renewed in mind and body. Life is a supreme gift of God. In prayer and thanksgiving, I strengthen my connection with God and new life pours in to revitalize every part of me and every part of my life. As I recognize God in all and through all, my environment is harmonized and blessed. I know that wherever God is, good is. I give thanks today for my ability to pour the healing life of God out into the world. Every word I write or speak, every touch of my hand, every act of service to man, woman, or child becomes a blessing as I maintain a deep consciousness of the presence of God. God gave me life, and I express it freely.
Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift!—2 Corinthians 9:15

Friday, September 12, 2014

Let Go Let God Turn Around

I start fresh today!

It is never too late to turn my life around. I have freedom of choice and the power to act on wise choices. If I am on a path that is not healthy for me, if I have made unwise decisions or am unhappy with where I am headed, I can turn around. I search my heart for direction, trusting that right judgment and divine wisdom are available to me. Starting over is not always easy, but I have the strength, courage, and power I need to make changes. As I act on inner guidance and choose a new path, I give thanks for every experience that helped me reach this turning point. It is never too late to turn my life around. Today I look for ways in which to start anew and trust I will be clearly guided.
For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.—Ecclesiastes 3:1

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Let Go Let God in the Light

I am the light of the world. I let my light shine.
Divine Light is the presence and power of God—the activity of God. I am illumined by Divine Light. I claim my spiritual nature and let my light shine. Even in the midst of mundane daily tasks, even in the midst of difficulty or sorrow, even in the midst of a rapidly changing world, the light of God shines brightly in me. Through prayer, I turn on the light within. The moment I turn toward God, the wisdom, love, life, and peace of God fill my being. The moment I connect with Spirit, light streams forth from within. I allow the light of God to illumine my thoughts, inspire my words, and empower my actions. The light of God shines brightly in me.
You are the light of the world … let your light shine.—Matthew 5:14-16

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Let Go Let God with Inner Peace

I live, move, and act in peace.
Whether today is filled with new adventures or my regular routine, I feel a deep calm within. I journey through this day in the spirit of peace. Peace is within me at all times, unaffected by what I am doing or what happens in the outer world. Peace is God-given and always within reach. It is part of my spiritual nature, unbounded by time, space, or circumstance. This peace in me is my inner sanctuary. If an experience disturbs me, I take refuge in the Silence within. In the Stillness, I experience my eternal oneness with God. I feel a renewed calm and serenity, and I carry it forward into my day. The peace of God is with me always.
May the God of peace himself sanctify you entirely; and may your spirit and soul and body be kept sound.—1 Thessalonians 5:23

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Let Go, Let God

I let go and let God open my mind and heart to receive.

When facing challenges, I remember to “let go and let God.” The first step is to release. I let go of what I am holding to in consciousness. Just as empty and open hands are free to receive, I am open and available to receive from Spirit. I let go of worry and welcome clarity of thought. I let go of how things “should” be and open my mind and heart to receive what is. I let go of hurry and impatience and affirm I have the time and energy to do what is mine to do. I release resentment and blame, and God expresses through me as gratitude. I free myself from anger and upset, and God demonstrates as joy. I liberate myself from confusion, and God reveals peace. I release, let go, and let God be God in my life.
For we walk by faith, not by sight.—2 Corinthians 5:7

Monday, September 8, 2014

Let Go Let God See Possibilities

Endless possibilities are available to me.
Blinders on a racehorse keep him focused on the finish line by narrowing his view. However, if I narrow my sight too much, I may not see the breadth of opportunities available to me. Goals are great as long as I remain open to something better! With my eyes open to the fullness of Spirit, I see the infinite possibilities available to me. Spirit is everywhere present—the energy of creativity alive in each moment. Closing my eyes, taking a gentle breath, I affirm: I am one with Spirit. I feel my heart open to endless possibilities. I am not limited to any one path. Spirit is infinite. Divine wisdom guides me to my highest and best life.
What no eye has seen, nor ear heard, nor the human heart conceived, what God has prepared for those who love him.—1 Corinthians 2:9

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Let Go Let God Pray for Others

I pray for others from a consciousness of God.
Each day, I set aside time to pray for others—for those I love, for my community, and for the world. While events in life may prompt me to worry, I choose instead to trust in God. I begin my prayer by aligning my thoughts with God-consciousness. My mind is calm; I am centered in my heart; and I breathe easily. In the quiet, I see those for whom I pray enfolded in Divine Love. I envision peace and guidance moving in and through their life circumstances. Divine Love, present and active, is healing and restoring, bringing balance and harmony. As I claim the highest good for others, I see loving outcomes emerge. I trust in God, and all is well.
Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.—Philippians 4:6

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Let Go Let God Be Prepared

I am prepared and ready to learn.

In the excitement of preparing for a new adventure or stage in my life, I may have tasks to complete—choosing clothes, obtaining supplies, or learning a new schedule. As part of my preparations, I pray—I turn within and prepare myself mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. By preparing first in consciousness, I connect with the Source of safety, guidance, and joy. I meditate with the intention of listening to Spirit. I simply ask, “What is mine to do?” The answer may come now or later, in a flash or over time. I give thanks for the guidance I receive. I am grateful for every opportunity to learn, grow, and expand my awareness. Whatever joyful surprise or challenge may come, I am prepared!
Make me to know your ways, O Lord; teach me your paths.—Psalm 25:4

Friday, September 5, 2014

Let Go Let God with Love

Divine Love flows freely through me.
What a delight it is to witness the immediate connection a young child makes with a friendly passerby. Differences of gender, age, and ethnicity dissolve as they each express warmth and kindness without hesitation. The child is open to everyone and everything.
This same unconditional love is within me. I gently embrace all aspects of myself and others. When I see as God sees, separation and judgment disappear. Everyone is an expression of the Divine. The salesman in the store is my brother. The woman taking tickets at the concert is my sister.Living from an awareness of God’s love, I become as accepting as a young child. I see beyond differences and enthusiastically celebrate others.
Love one another as I have loved you.—John 15:12

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Let Go Let God Be a Disciple

I answer the call of the Divine.
At times I may be more attuned to the views and opinions of others than I am to my own Christ nature—the Divine in me. I may have become so focused on success in the material world that I have lost sight of what is most important. I cease my struggle to gain satisfaction from the outside world and focus my energy within. The I Am in me is my torchbearer—the Divine Light that leads my way. As I connect with God in me and listen for guidance, I become a disciple of the Divine within. I develop my spiritual practice and grow in faith, strength, wisdom, and love. As I do, I experience true success—a peaceful mind and a fulfilled heart.
I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness but will have the light of life.—John 8:12

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Let Go Let God Stretch

I move forward with the confidence of Spirit.
When I take risks, stretch, and try new things according to the guidance of Spirit, I grow. In the past, I may have hesitated or held back when faced with new opportunities, but today I move forward with confidence. If I am shy, being the first to introduce myself at a gathering may be a stretch for me. Initiating a challenging project or goal extends me out of my comfort zone. I welcome the chance to develop untapped skills. Feeling uncertain about the outcome is only natural when I try something new. I can try again if necessary. I am not discouraged, as Spirit is with me. I move forward with strong faith, and my life is enriched as I grow.
Lead lives worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to him, as you bear fruit in every good work and as you grow in the knowledge of God.—Colossians 1:10

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Let Go Let God in Faith

Faith illuminates my life.
Strolling through an art gallery, I notice how a painting is enhanced or diminished by the quality of lighting in the room. Faith affects life just as light impacts art. When I neglect to invest in the depth and quality of my spiritual faith, my life can lose its color, brilliance, and beauty. My life is not actually diminished; I have simply lost touch with God’s radiance. After taking time to connect with the one, true, invisible Source in prayer, I notice how the visible world comes alive. My life and affairs are seen as they truly are—illumined by the Divine. I am grateful for my faith, which enhances my true vision. By my faith, I see God the Good everywhere, in all people and in all circumstances.
All your works shall give thanks to you, O Lord, and all your faithful shall bless you.—Psalm 145:10

Monday, September 1, 2014

Let Go Let God in Rest

Through the restorative power of the Silence, I rest.
Rest is essential for achieving excellence in my work and relationships. To be at my best, I must have energy, enthusiasm, and a clear head. Being tired or frazzled reminds me that it is time to recharge my batteries. When in need of rest, I turn to the restorative power of the Silence. I begin by simply placing my attention on my breath. I set aside any concerns, responsibilities, or tasks, and reconnect with the calm and loving energy of Spirit. As I close my eyes, I become aware of my body and relax each part of it, from my head to my toes. I surrender all of me to the Silence. Its power restores me—body, mind, and soul. I am rested and refreshed.
Come to me, all you that are weary and are carrying heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.—Matthew 11:28