“Belief in truth begins with doubts of all truths in which one has previously believed.” – Friedrich Nietzsche
Several weeks ago, it was suggested that we watch the movie “I Am,” by Tom Shadyac. My preconceptions, ideologies that I’ve assimilated, got in the way of my acceptance and understanding of the powerful message being shared in this documentary. It tells us something that I’d been ruminating on – that when we set aside our self-consciousness, our separation from others, when we come to love unconditionally, the world will be as it should be, as it was created to be. It took my willingness to set aside things I’d accepted to see what the message was.
Last week I referenced the story from the Bible in which Peter walked on the water. Yep, Jesus wasn’t the only one. What preconception did Jesus, then Peter, set aside to enable them to walk on the water? Well, the preconception that matter has different forms over which we have no control! Physicists will tell you that matter is different forms of energy. The Bible tells us that God gave man dominion over all the earth. Have you claimed and asserted your dominion? It IS yours, you know. All the earth. Every form of creation. Jesus told us, “He that believeth on me, the works that I do will he do also.”
This week’s readings in the Master Key System are challenging. Asserting our perfection to bring healing, to express perfection. There are many preconceptions that add difficulty to this demand. Are you willing to let them go? Jesus says, “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in Heaven is perfect.” What’s stopping you from following this command? Did you look up the definition of perfect? “Lacking nothing essential to the whole; complete of its nature or kind.”
Your thoughts determine your experience. If you’re not living in health, harmony, abundance, and perfection, maybe it’s time to change your paradigm. What we think about grows. What are you holding in your thought?