Mirror Mirror On The Wall, Who’s The Fairest of Them All?by Richard Mathiason Web Design and Lead Gen
The Daily Meditation 1.22.2014
Mirror Mirror On The Wall, Who’s The Fairest of Them All?
(from Rev Martha’s talk)
Dianne Martin, RScP
In Living the Science of Mind, Ernest Holmes asks, “What do we want to see in this mirror? And have we the courage to admit that what we are looking at in the mirror is a reflected image of our own outlook on life? Are we looking at antagonism, resentment, confusion? Are we looking at fear, failure, unhappiness? And are we actually willing to look into this mirror of life and say, “That is I”? and then, if we do not like what we see, have we enough confidence to believe that we can change it?” Let us all have that confidence right here and right now.
There is only one power in the universe. I call that power life, love, the divine. It is the true nature of all that is. It expresses in the world as grace, forgiveness, clarity, confidence, success, and happiness. This power is eternal and limitless. This power expresses as me.
As I know this is true for me, I know it is true for everyone reading this prayer. I have all the qualities of the divine. It works through me, as me. I am conscious of the divine and all its gifts in every moment. I am the expression of grace, forgiveness, clarity, confidence, success, and happiness.
I declare for myself that, YES, I am the fairest of them all. I know that to be true because the Divine flows through my body and it cannot be any other way. I release anything that does not sustain my life as a divine being. I am free of all fear and I live my life fearlessly. I am abundant and I share that abundance. I am loved and I am a loving presence in all situations. I enjoy my life and I am happy. Everything is in perfect order.
I am so grateful for my life and the expression of spirit that works through me. . I give thanks for the creative nature of life Thank you life!
Accepting all the good in my life, I release these words to the perfection of the universal law and know they cannot come back void.
And so it is!
Dianne Martin is a Practitioner at the Rio Grande Center For Spiritual Living, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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