https://www.cslpalmdesert.org
Lori Savage, RScP
https://cslpalmdesert.org

Have you ever noticed that two people can look at the same thing and see something completely different? As Anais Nin said that is because we do not see things as they are, we see things as we are.  It as if experiences that don’t fit into our belief system simple disappear from our view.

Now more then ever is the time for us to really look, to actively search out our beliefs by simply asking the question “what must I believe in order for this to be my experience?” In times of stress and strife our well-hidden beliefs tend to surface, and this is a good thing – we cannot change what we do not see.

We teach that there is a fundamental unity back of all things, that there is only ONE and everything proceeds from the one. We do not get exclude anything – not even on special occasions. 

What is happening in the world right now on all levels is a reflection of our collective beliefs- our point of power is our ability to discern what we are contributing to the collective consciousness of the planet and assure that we are making a conscious choice about what we are contributing.

In our mission statement we say we are changing the world one heart at a time – we must start with our own hearts. Is there room for more love? Can I truly forgive everything knowing in Truth there is nothing to forgive?  I get it, that can be a tough one, but that’s what makes it a worthy pursuit.

We are called in this moment and every moment to allow what we see to activate something within us that creates a path for solution and action based on being for something rather then against something.

Ernest Holmes says: “Heaven is lost merely for the lack of a perception of harmony.”  Let us all join together One heart coming from Harmony- and love only. If not us, who? If not now, when?

Remember beyond any appearances all is well, in all ways, always.

Namaste.

1 Comment

  1. Judith Jordan on June 1, 2020 at 8:29 am

    A necessary thought process, especially right now. Thank you for addressing the need.

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