June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 22

Day 22 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

Divine wisdom works through me.

Be still and know you are free and safe.  ~  Ernest Holmes

To live a life of peace, joy and abundance takes a consistent spiritual practice.  ~  Eugene Holden, RScP


Broadcasting and Receiving

As vibrating energy beings in an electromagnetic universe, besides interpreting our world vibrationally through our five senses, we are constantly broadcasting and receiving vibrations.

Because the field we are in and we ourselves are attraction based – the law of attraction rules – the vibrational signal we are broadcasting attracts the same vibration.  What we emanate is what we experience. If you want to experience love, happiness, serenity, clarity, excitement, any pleasant feeling emotion that is the frequency, velocity, intensity and clarity you desire, you need to vibrate and broadcast that vibration.  You need to tune into the desired vibration.

High Vibes of Source

Source Energy/God/the field/all-that-is vibrates high fast, light and clear, the vibrations we interpret as love, joy, serenity, and clarity – the pleasant feeling emotions.  Every thought that has ever been thought still exists so that within the field there are streams of lower, slower, heavier, clogged vibrations. The broadcasting of your thoughts tune you into which vibes you will receive.  If it feels good, you are tuned into your Source, infinite intelligence, the creative power of the universe and all the gathered vibrational reality of what you have desired over time.  You have broadcasted the desired ingredients and your Source has attracted them and holds the wonderful mixture of possibilities you have requested ready for you to tap into and bring into physical manifestation.

Giving and Receiving

You are always attracting and receiving.  The question is do you want to receive from your high vibe Source Energy or from a stream of lower vibration?  When you are clearly aligned with your Source, when the vibrations of your thoughts are in sync with your Inner Being and Source, you feel pleasant emotions and receive inspirational ideas and experiences you desire.  In fact you are constantly receiving thought vibrations rather than your physical perspective coming up with the thoughts on its own.

Practice, Practice, Practice

Practicing the presences of spirit opens you to receiving the flow of inspiration from Source.  As Abraham teaches, universal forces are focused right at you. You can open to receive Divine positive attention. Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, whoever you are doing it with, you can be in conscious awareness that the Divine too is there with you – appreciating you, supporting you, assisting you, acknowledging you, inspiring you, guiding you, having fun with you, aware of you, loving you, showing you, uplifting you.
 
Guides

You can call forth any nonphysical beings and the Inner Being of now physical beings to help you at any time.  In the 2015 Sidney, Australian Abraham workshop, a mechanic sat in the hot seat and asked how to feel he was a good mechanic.  Abraham told him that there were two ace mechanics always there to guide him and work through him.  His job was to get into clear alignment to receive their guidance clearly.  In the Asheville workshop the baseball pitching coach who had listened to the Sidney workshop asked who was there to guide him. Though he pestered, Abraham would not give up who it was.  They encouraged him to ask directly himself using the process we outline below.  Of course, you can call in whomever physical or nonphysical you want at any time.

Process

Calling Forth Guidance
When you go to bed at night set the intention that when you awaken you want to know who your guides are.
When you do wake up stay quietly in the flow of aligned energy open to receive the answer.

Since the vibrations of the asking or question are different from the answers or solutions another suggestion is to devote a journal to the asking of whatever you want to know.  Then meditate or just let the journey be and enjoy and appreciate the answer that comes often at unexpected times.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 21

Day 21 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

Joy is my purpose.

We are always surrounded by a divine something.  ~  Eugene Holden, RSEP

When the mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves.  ~ Buddha


Practicing The Presences – Stillness In Anyway

We have said that a meditation practice, taking time to quiet your mind and focus attention on the presence of Spirit, that Inner Being place of stillness within, is the time tested, ancient practice you can use to experience Divine Presence. However, this life’s journey as a spiritual being is the intentional practicing of Source’s presence not just in our lives, but as our lives – at the center and outer circle of our being, and not just in meditation, but in every moment of every day.

The practice is to remember there is as much of Infinite Presence within us and around us when we are pulling weeds, washing the dishes, walking the dog, stuck in gridlock traffic, closing a business deal, feeding the baby or providing hospice care as there is in the silence of meditation or the most sacred high and holy temple, ashram, mosque or church on the planet.

Silence and stillness are part of a meditation practice. While silence opens you to experiencing the absence of noise, stillness is a state of mind you bring into your daily life. Silence and stillness work in together. They take us deeper into the true self. However, when we leave that sacred time, although we may have to leave some portion of our silence behind, we do not have to leave our stillness behind. We can take stillness along into our daily lives because it is a state of mind and, therefore, not subject to outer conditions unless we allow it to be so.
By mindfully taking stillness with us into our daily activities, we are also bringing with us a “portable portal” to inner silence. With a conscious embodiment of stillness, we can be riding a roller coaster and still have access to silence despite the external noise all around us.

“Be still and know that I am God”

This verse from Psalm 46 gives us our way to recognize a divine connection. It makes perfect sense, for how can we hear or sense Source when noise and chatter of every kind inundate us. Taking stillness with us into our every day life requires support along the way. A mindfulness practice is a must. Mindful breathing is a practice that will help present yourself in the moment by slowing down your mind and aligning you with that state of stillness that already exists at your center. The challenge is to “do” with a clearly aligned “being”.

Process

In those moments when you may be feeling trapped on the treadmill of “do, do, do,” literally stop what you are doing and take five long, purposeful, slow, deep breaths (and repeat the process for several minutes).

  • On the first in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God is and therefore I am.
  • On the second in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God.
  • On the third in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know.
  • On the fourth in-breath affirm: Be still
  • On the fifth in-breath affirm: Be…Be…Be

Just like peeling an onion, remember that with each following breath comes a deeper calm, and with calm comes stillness, and with stillness comes inner silence and the opportunity to fully merge with the sacred presence of the One. Something very subtle happens when you breathe mindfully; stillness comes up from within and fills in the cracks and crevices between your breaths, and you find yourself experiencing your oneness with Life and, along with it, the peace that surpasses all understanding. Just imagine you are only five mindful breaths away from becoming a contemporary mystic.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 20

Day 20 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I turn to the love of Source that is I.

How should you love God?  Love God as a miser loves money; as the drowning man yearns for breath; as the desert wanderer craves water.  Love God with the first love of true lovers. ~  Paramahansa Yogananda

Know that Love is stronger than any other force in the universe, and that steady and rhythmically the Life of God is pulsing through your body.  ~  Ernest Holmes


Practicing The Presences – Stillness In Anyway

We have said that a meditation practice, taking time to quiet your mind and focus attention on the presence of Spirit, that Inner Being place of stillness within, is the time tested, ancient practice you can use to experience Divine Presence. However, this life’s journey as a spiritual being is the intentional practicing of Source’s presence not just in our lives, but as our lives – at the center and outer circle of our being, and not just in meditation, but in every moment of every day.

The practice is to remember there is as much of Infinite Presence within us and around us when we are pulling weeds, washing the dishes, walking the dog, stuck in gridlock traffic, closing a business deal, feeding the baby or providing hospice care as there is in the silence of meditation or the most sacred high and holy temple, ashram, mosque or church on the planet.

Silence and stillness are part of a meditation practice. While silence opens you to experiencing the absence of noise, stillness is a state of mind you bring into your daily life. Silence and stillness work in together. They take us deeper into the true self. However, when we leave that sacred time, although we may have to leave some portion of our silence behind, we do not have to leave our stillness behind. We can take stillness along into our daily lives because it is a state of mind and, therefore, not subject to outer conditions unless we allow it to be so.
By mindfully taking stillness with us into our daily activities, we are also bringing with us a “portable portal” to inner silence. With a conscious embodiment of stillness, we can be riding a roller coaster and still have access to silence despite the external noise all around us.

“Be still and know that I am God”

This verse from Psalm 46 gives us our way to recognize a divine connection. It makes perfect sense, for how can we hear or sense Source when noise and chatter of every kind inundate us. Taking stillness with us into our every day life requires support along the way. A mindfulness practice is a must. Mindful breathing is a practice that will help present yourself in the moment by slowing down your mind and aligning you with that state of stillness that already exists at your center. The challenge is to “do” with a clearly aligned “being”.

Process

In those moments when you may be feeling trapped on the treadmill of “do, do, do,” literally stop what you are doing and take five long, purposeful, slow, deep breaths (and repeat the process for several minutes).

  • On the first in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God is and therefore I am.
  • On the second in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God.
  • On the third in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know.
  • On the fourth in-breath affirm: Be still
  • On the fifth in-breath affirm: Be…Be…Be

Just like peeling an onion, remember that with each following breath comes a deeper calm, and with calm comes stillness, and with stillness comes inner silence and the opportunity to fully merge with the sacred presence of the One. Something very subtle happens when you breathe mindfully; stillness comes up from within and fills in the cracks and crevices between your breaths, and you find yourself experiencing your oneness with Life and, along with it, the peace that surpasses all understanding. Just imagine you are only five mindful breaths away from becoming a contemporary mystic.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 19

Day 19 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

No matter what, I am the joy of Source.

My holy vision sees all things as pure.  ~ A Course in Miracles

We are shaped by our thoughts; we become what we think.  ~ Buddha


Practicing The Presences – Stillness In Anyway

We have said that a meditation practice, taking time to quiet your mind and focus attention on the presence of Spirit, that Inner Being place of stillness within, is the time tested, ancient practice you can use to experience Divine Presence. However, this life’s journey as a spiritual being is the intentional practicing of Source’s presence not just in our lives, but as our lives – at the center and outer circle of our being, and not just in meditation, but in every moment of every day.

The practice is to remember there is as much of Infinite Presence within us and around us when we are pulling weeds, washing the dishes, walking the dog, stuck in gridlock traffic, closing a business deal, feeding the baby or providing hospice care as there is in the silence of meditation or the most sacred high and holy temple, ashram, mosque or church on the planet.

Silence and stillness are part of a meditation practice. While silence opens you to experiencing the absence of noise, stillness is a state of mind you bring into your daily life. Silence and stillness work in together. They take us deeper into the true self. However, when we leave that sacred time, although we may have to leave some portion of our silence behind, we do not have to leave our stillness behind. We can take stillness along into our daily lives because it is a state of mind and, therefore, not subject to outer conditions unless we allow it to be so.
By mindfully taking stillness with us into our daily activities, we are also bringing with us a “portable portal” to inner silence. With a conscious embodiment of stillness, we can be riding a roller coaster and still have access to silence despite the external noise all around us.

“Be still and know that I am God”

This verse from Psalm 46 gives us our way to recognize a divine connection. It makes perfect sense, for how can we hear or sense Source when noise and chatter of every kind inundate us. Taking stillness with us into our every day life requires support along the way. A mindfulness practice is a must. Mindful breathing is a practice that will help present yourself in the moment by slowing down your mind and aligning you with that state of stillness that already exists at your center. The challenge is to “do” with a clearly aligned “being”.

Process

In those moments when you may be feeling trapped on the treadmill of “do, do, do,” literally stop what you are doing and take five long, purposeful, slow, deep breaths (and repeat the process for several minutes).

  • On the first in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God is and therefore I am.
  • On the second in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God.
  • On the third in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know.
  • On the fourth in-breath affirm: Be still
  • On the fifth in-breath affirm: Be…Be…Be

Just like peeling an onion, remember that with each following breath comes a deeper calm, and with calm comes stillness, and with stillness comes inner silence and the opportunity to fully merge with the sacred presence of the One. Something very subtle happens when you breathe mindfully; stillness comes up from within and fills in the cracks and crevices between your breaths, and you find yourself experiencing your oneness with Life and, along with it, the peace that surpasses all understanding. Just imagine you are only five mindful breaths away from becoming a contemporary mystic.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 18

Day 18 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I keep my mind on Source

And be not conformed by this world, but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind.  ~ Romans 12:2

The more power one gives (one’s) thought – the more completely (one) believes that (one’s) thought has power – the more power will it have.  ~  Ernest Holmes


Practicing The Presences – Stillness In Anyway

We have said that a meditation practice, taking time to quiet your mind and focus attention on the presence of Spirit, that Inner Being place of stillness within, is the time tested, ancient practice you can use to experience Divine Presence. However, this life’s journey as a spiritual being is the intentional practicing of Source’s presence not just in our lives, but as our lives – at the center and outer circle of our being, and not just in meditation, but in every moment of every day.

The practice is to remember there is as much of Infinite Presence within us and around us when we are pulling weeds, washing the dishes, walking the dog, stuck in gridlock traffic, closing a business deal, feeding the baby or providing hospice care as there is in the silence of meditation or the most sacred high and holy temple, ashram, mosque or church on the planet.

Silence and stillness are part of a meditation practice. While silence opens you to experiencing the absence of noise, stillness is a state of mind you bring into your daily life. Silence and stillness work in together. They take us deeper into the true self. However, when we leave that sacred time, although we may have to leave some portion of our silence behind, we do not have to leave our stillness behind. We can take stillness along into our daily lives because it is a state of mind and, therefore, not subject to outer conditions unless we allow it to be so.
By mindfully taking stillness with us into our daily activities, we are also bringing with us a “portable portal” to inner silence. With a conscious embodiment of stillness, we can be riding a roller coaster and still have access to silence despite the external noise all around us.

“Be still and know that I am God”

This verse from Psalm 46 gives us our way to recognize a divine connection. It makes perfect sense, for how can we hear or sense Source when noise and chatter of every kind inundate us. Taking stillness with us into our every day life requires support along the way. A mindfulness practice is a must. Mindful breathing is a practice that will help present yourself in the moment by slowing down your mind and aligning you with that state of stillness that already exists at your center. The challenge is to “do” with a clearly aligned “being”.

Process

In those moments when you may be feeling trapped on the treadmill of “do, do, do,” literally stop what you are doing and take five long, purposeful, slow, deep breaths (and repeat the process for several minutes).

  • On the first in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God is and therefore I am.
  • On the second in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God.
  • On the third in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know.
  • On the fourth in-breath affirm: Be still
  • On the fifth in-breath affirm: Be…Be…Be

Just like peeling an onion, remember that with each following breath comes a deeper calm, and with calm comes stillness, and with stillness comes inner silence and the opportunity to fully merge with the sacred presence of the One. Something very subtle happens when you breathe mindfully; stillness comes up from within and fills in the cracks and crevices between your breaths, and you find yourself experiencing your oneness with Life and, along with it, the peace that surpasses all understanding. Just imagine you are only five mindful breaths away from becoming a contemporary mystic.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 17

Day 17 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I am supported in all that I do.

We all make too much of this, just chill.  ~  Abraham

Behind everything material, stands the spiritual, supporting it, and without which there could be no material. ~ Ernest Holmes


Practicing The Presences – Stillness In Anyway

We have said that a meditation practice, taking time to quiet your mind and focus attention on the presence of Spirit, that Inner Being place of stillness within, is the time tested, ancient practice you can use to experience Divine Presence. However, this life’s journey as a spiritual being is the intentional practicing of Source’s presence not just in our lives, but as our lives – at the center and outer circle of our being, and not just in meditation, but in every moment of every day.

The practice is to remember there is as much of Infinite Presence within us and around us when we are pulling weeds, washing the dishes, walking the dog, stuck in gridlock traffic, closing a business deal, feeding the baby or providing hospice care as there is in the silence of meditation or the most sacred high and holy temple, ashram, mosque or church on the planet.

Silence and stillness are part of a meditation practice. While silence opens you to experiencing the absence of noise, stillness is a state of mind you bring into your daily life. Silence and stillness work in together. They take us deeper into the true self. However, when we leave that sacred time, although we may have to leave some portion of our silence behind, we do not have to leave our stillness behind. We can take stillness along into our daily lives because it is a state of mind and, therefore, not subject to outer conditions unless we allow it to be so.
By mindfully taking stillness with us into our daily activities, we are also bringing with us a “portable portal” to inner silence. With a conscious embodiment of stillness, we can be riding a roller coaster and still have access to silence despite the external noise all around us.

“Be still and know that I am God”

This verse from Psalm 46 gives us our way to recognize a divine connection. It makes perfect sense, for how can we hear or sense Source when noise and chatter of every kind inundate us. Taking stillness with us into our every day life requires support along the way. A mindfulness practice is a must. Mindful breathing is a practice that will help present yourself in the moment by slowing down your mind and aligning you with that state of stillness that already exists at your center. The challenge is to “do” with a clearly aligned “being”.

Process

In those moments when you may be feeling trapped on the treadmill of “do, do, do,” literally stop what you are doing and take five long, purposeful, slow, deep breaths (and repeat the process for several minutes).

  • On the first in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God is and therefore I am.
  • On the second in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God.
  • On the third in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know.
  • On the fourth in-breath affirm: Be still
  • On the fifth in-breath affirm: Be…Be…Be

Just like peeling an onion, remember that with each following breath comes a deeper calm, and with calm comes stillness, and with stillness comes inner silence and the opportunity to fully merge with the sacred presence of the One. Something very subtle happens when you breathe mindfully; stillness comes up from within and fills in the cracks and crevices between your breaths, and you find yourself experiencing your oneness with Life and, along with it, the peace that surpasses all understanding. Just imagine you are only five mindful breaths away from becoming a contemporary mystic.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 16

Day 16 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

Support is just a request away.

If you are to become a cooperative component to your own Vortex and to all of the wonderful things that have been gathered there, you must be a Vibrational Match to your Vortex. In other words, you too must have a high frequency, and you too must be without resistance.  ~  Abraham

What I’ve discovered is that intimate connection and communication with my creator will always get me through because I know my support, my help is just a prayer away.  ~  Iyanla Vanzant


Practicing The Presences – Stillness In Anyway

We have said that a meditation practice, taking time to quiet your mind and focus attention on the presence of Spirit, that Inner Being place of stillness within, is the time tested, ancient practice you can use to experience Divine Presence. However, this life’s journey as a spiritual being is the intentional practicing of Source’s presence not just in our lives, but as our lives – at the center and outer circle of our being, and not just in meditation, but in every moment of every day.

The practice is to remember there is as much of Infinite Presence within us and around us when we are pulling weeds, washing the dishes, walking the dog, stuck in gridlock traffic, closing a business deal, feeding the baby or providing hospice care as there is in the silence of meditation or the most sacred high and holy temple, ashram, mosque or church on the planet.

Silence and stillness are part of a meditation practice. While silence opens you to experiencing the absence of noise, stillness is a state of mind you bring into your daily life. Silence and stillness work in together. They take us deeper into the true self. However, when we leave that sacred time, although we may have to leave some portion of our silence behind, we do not have to leave our stillness behind. We can take stillness along into our daily lives because it is a state of mind and, therefore, not subject to outer conditions unless we allow it to be so.
By mindfully taking stillness with us into our daily activities, we are also bringing with us a “portable portal” to inner silence. With a conscious embodiment of stillness, we can be riding a roller coaster and still have access to silence despite the external noise all around us.

“Be still and know that I am God”

This verse from Psalm 46 gives us our way to recognize a divine connection. It makes perfect sense, for how can we hear or sense Source when noise and chatter of every kind inundate us. Taking stillness with us into our every day life requires support along the way. A mindfulness practice is a must. Mindful breathing is a practice that will help present yourself in the moment by slowing down your mind and aligning you with that state of stillness that already exists at your center. The challenge is to “do” with a clearly aligned “being”.

Process

In those moments when you may be feeling trapped on the treadmill of “do, do, do,” literally stop what you are doing and take five long, purposeful, slow, deep breaths (and repeat the process for several minutes).

  • On the first in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God is and therefore I am.
  • On the second in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know God.
  • On the third in-breath silently affirm: Be still and know.
  • On the fourth in-breath affirm: Be still
  • On the fifth in-breath affirm: Be…Be…Be

Just like peeling an onion, remember that with each following breath comes a deeper calm, and with calm comes stillness, and with stillness comes inner silence and the opportunity to fully merge with the sacred presence of the One. Something very subtle happens when you breathe mindfully; stillness comes up from within and fills in the cracks and crevices between your breaths, and you find yourself experiencing your oneness with Life and, along with it, the peace that surpasses all understanding. Just imagine you are only five mindful breaths away from becoming a contemporary mystic.

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June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 15

Day 15 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

I can access the power of the universe.

The reason for desires, goals…for finding those decisions or points of focus, is because they are the life-giving things of the Universe. Without objects of attention, or objects of desire, Life Force does not come through any of us.  ~  Abraham

You must know that the Power you are using is definite, scientific, dynamic, and spiritual; absolute complete and that It will work.  Let no fear come into your thought.  ~ Ernest Holmes


Practicing The Presences – Stillness In Anyway

We have said that a meditation practice, taking time to quiet your mind and focus attention on the presence of Spirit, that Inner Being place of stillness within, is the time tested, ancient practice you can use to experience Divine Presence.  However, this life’s journey as a spiritual being is the intentional practicing of Source’s presence not just in our lives, but as our lives – at the center and outer circle of our being, and not just in meditation, but in every moment of every day.

The practice is to remember there is as much of Infinite Presence within us and around us when we are pulling weeds, washing the dishes, walking the dog, stuck in gridlock traffic, closing a business deal, feeding the baby or providing hospice care as there is in the silence of meditation or the most sacred high and holy temple, ashram, mosque or church on the planet.

Silence and stillness are part of a meditation practice.  While silence opens you to experiencing the absence of noise, stillness is a state of mind you bring into your daily life. Silence and stillness work in together.  They take us deeper into the true self. However, when we leave that sacred time, although we may have to leave some portion of our silence behind, we do not have to leave our stillness behind.  We can take stillness along into our daily lives because it is a state of mind and, therefore, not subject to outer conditions unless we allow it to be so.
By mindfully taking stillness with us into our daily activities, we are also bringing with us a “portable portal” to inner silence.  With a conscious embodiment of stillness, we can be riding a roller coaster and still have access to silence despite the external noise all around us.

“Be still and know that I am God”        

This verse from Psalm 46 gives us our way to recognize a divine connection.  It makes perfect sense, for how can we hear or sense Source when noise and chatter of every kind inundate us.  Taking stillness with us into our every day life requires support along the way. A mindfulness practice is a must.  Mindful breathing is a practice that will help present yourself in the moment by slowing down your mind and aligning you with that state of stillness that already exists at your center.  The challenge is to “do” with a clearly aligned “being”.

Process    

In those moments when you may be feeling trapped on the treadmill of “do, do, do,” literally stop what you are doing and take five long, purposeful, slow, deep breaths (and repeat the process for several minutes).

  • On the first in-breath silently affirm:  Be still and know God is and therefore I am.
  • On the second in-breath silently affirm:  Be still and know God.
  • On the third in-breath silently affirm:  Be still and know.
  • On the fourth in-breath affirm: Be still
  • On the fifth in-breath affirm: Be…Be…Be

Just like peeling an onion, remember that with each following breath comes a deeper calm, and with calm comes stillness, and with stillness comes inner silence and the opportunity to fully merge with the sacred presence of the One.  Something very subtle happens when you breathe mindfully; stillness comes up from within and fills in the cracks and crevices between your breaths, and you find yourself experiencing your oneness with Life and, along with it, the peace that surpasses all understanding.  Just imagine you are only five mindful breaths away from becoming a contemporary mystic.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 14

Day 14 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

Being an eternal Being, I never get it done.

You are an eternal being.  You never get it done and you never get it wrong.  ~  Abraham

Spirit makes things out of itself through some inner act upon itself.  This inner act must, of course, be an act of consciousness, of self-perception, of self-knowingness, what God knows Is.   ~  Ernest Holmes


Spiritual Beings Practice

Believing you are a Spiritual Being with a physical perspective initiates the quest to live life centered in this knowingness. This physical journey can take you deeper and more fully into the constant awareness of the presences of Source Energy in you as you. Your inner life takes center stage. Practicing the presences of Spirit/Source becomes a moment to moment – now – practice.

We urge you to do the suggested process each day. Reading or saying the statements with conviction each day certainly will help to establish Source as your conscious ground of being. Here we include tips on ways to practice the presences of Source.

Reframe

Certainly things happen that you don’t condone and it is not okay for anyone to injure you. However, coming to peace with what occurred allows you to move on past these mistakes and seek the higher and more loving vibration of clear alignment. You can’t reach what your heart seeks as long as you remain in blame, resentment or any unpleasant emotion that tells of your misalignment with your Source.

If the thoughts of a situation have enough vibrational momentum that they keep active in the Voice in your head, reframing may be the tool of choice. We make up our perceptions teaches Deepak Chopra. So if we make them up, we certainly can change them.

  • • A perceived injustice can be framed as a gift the injury offered you.
  • • It’s an attraction-based universe so if the person was ornery, you had an ornery vibration present. Reframe your perception of their behavior as just information about your vibrational frequency.
  • • Appreciate the happening for the clarity about what you want it brought.
  • • Again, because of the Law of Attraction, by shifting your vibration you will no longer attract what you do not want.

Do Something Just For Fun

Feeling good is really the reason you want anything. Wanting to live, as a spiritual human is no exception. It feels good, fun, and helpful to be tuned to your six-sense and to be six-sensory you need to feel good which means your VIBES are clearly aligned. So play, a feel good action is an effective tool.

Doing something fun allows your creative spirit to incubate a solution. Because it feels good to play, it means you have raised the vibration of the Voice in your head to match the vibration of your Inner Being. You are in the desired clear alignment. This increases your ability to interpret Divine guidance from your Inner Being and Source Energy. Albert Einstein said that he wished he had played more. Leonardo da Vinci made play a regular daily practice.

Having fun is by no means a waste of time. It is necessary to shift attention from the daily must do list to recreation and play time in order to restore your vitality, release your inner genius and bring in the solutions you asked for.

Take a break, relax, enjoy and watch for surprising delightful results.

Be Grounded

Being grounded is being aware of your body, of the present moment, of your breath, and being connected to the earth. We are extensions of Source Energy here with a physical and nonphysical perspective. Our physical focus needs to be centered here in the physical to be open to guidance from nonphysical. Like all electromagnetic systems we need to be grounded, connected to Mother Earth to function at our best intuitively. Living consciously as a spiritual being requires being grounded to tune into the higher vibrations of Source Energy.

If you feel fragmented or spacey, you are misaligned and your psychic-awareness system won’t work properly. Doing something physical is in order.

  • • Do a few stretches and bends.
  • • Go outside for a few minutes and feel the earth under your feet.
  • • Take a walk.
  • • Breathe in the air.

Let the support of Divine Mother Earth calm and empower you to be in clear alignment and have the awareness of your sixth-sense.

Relish the Good Times

More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that pop us into clear alignment between our physical and non physical perspectives. We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, and a garden in full bloom. Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy and open to six-sensory guidance.

Savor and nurture that feeling:

  • • How does it feel?
  • • What is it that makes that moment feel so good?
  • • Revel in the details that make it feel so good.

Process

Practicing the Awareness of Spirit: To set the tone for each day, we suggest reading these words that Abraham taught us to say.

When you read them or say them you might look upward and outward. It is best if you do it outside or standing at a window. If you prefer, call the universal forces other than Divine or Source as Abraham does.

I acknowledge that there are universal forces that are focused right at me.

I acknowledge I am the receiver of Divine positive attention.

I appreciate the continual gaze of Source on behalf of my well-being.

Today, wherever I am, whatever I am doing, whoever I am doing it with I will be in conscious awareness that the Divine too is there with me – appreciating me, supporting me, assisting me, acknowledging me, inspiring me, guiding me, having fun with me, aware of me, loving me, showing me, uplifting me.

Get into an endless loop of that acknowledgement and watch what begins to happen in this life as soon as this day.

June Vibes | Practicing the Presences Day 13

Day 13 Law of Attraction Centering Thought

Source Energy exists within me.

When people ask us how long does it take for something to manifest, we say, “It takes as long as it takes you to release the resistance. Could be 30 years, could be 40 years, could be 50 years; could be a week. Could be tomorrow afternoon.” ~  Abraham

The desire you have to be something, to do something, is a mental echo in your mind of the Spirit, which already exists within you.  ~  Ernest Holmes


Spiritual Beings Practice

Believing you are a Spiritual Being with a physical perspective initiates the quest to live life centered in this knowingness. This physical journey can take you deeper and more fully into the constant awareness of the presences of Source Energy in you as you. Your inner life takes center stage. Practicing the presences of Spirit/Source becomes a moment to moment – now – practice.

We urge you to do the suggested process each day. Reading or saying the statements with conviction each day certainly will help to establish Source as your conscious ground of being. Here we include tips on ways to practice the presences of Source.

Reframe

Certainly things happen that you don’t condone and it is not okay for anyone to injure you. However, coming to peace with what occurred allows you to move on past these mistakes and seek the higher and more loving vibration of clear alignment. You can’t reach what your heart seeks as long as you remain in blame, resentment or any unpleasant emotion that tells of your misalignment with your Source.

If the thoughts of a situation have enough vibrational momentum that they keep active in the Voice in your head, reframing may be the tool of choice. We make up our perceptions teaches Deepak Chopra. So if we make them up, we certainly can change them.

  • • A perceived injustice can be framed as a gift the injury offered you.
  • • It’s an attraction-based universe so if the person was ornery, you had an ornery vibration present. Reframe your perception of their behavior as just information about your vibrational frequency.
  • • Appreciate the happening for the clarity about what you want it brought.
  • • Again, because of the Law of Attraction, by shifting your vibration you will no longer attract what you do not want.

Do Something Just For Fun

Feeling good is really the reason you want anything. Wanting to live, as a spiritual human is no exception. It feels good, fun, and helpful to be tuned to your six-sense and to be six-sensory you need to feel good which means your VIBES are clearly aligned. So play, a feel good action is an effective tool.

Doing something fun allows your creative spirit to incubate a solution. Because it feels good to play, it means you have raised the vibration of the Voice in your head to match the vibration of your Inner Being. You are in the desired clear alignment. This increases your ability to interpret Divine guidance from your Inner Being and Source Energy. Albert Einstein said that he wished he had played more. Leonardo da Vinci made play a regular daily practice.

Having fun is by no means a waste of time. It is necessary to shift attention from the daily must do list to recreation and play time in order to restore your vitality, release your inner genius and bring in the solutions you asked for.

Take a break, relax, enjoy and watch for surprising delightful results.

Be Grounded

Being grounded is being aware of your body, of the present moment, of your breath, and being connected to the earth. We are extensions of Source Energy here with a physical and nonphysical perspective. Our physical focus needs to be centered here in the physical to be open to guidance from nonphysical. Like all electromagnetic systems we need to be grounded, connected to Mother Earth to function at our best intuitively. Living consciously as a spiritual being requires being grounded to tune into the higher vibrations of Source Energy.

If you feel fragmented or spacey, you are misaligned and your psychic-awareness system won’t work properly. Doing something physical is in order.

  • • Do a few stretches and bends.
  • • Go outside for a few minutes and feel the earth under your feet.
  • • Take a walk.
  • • Breathe in the air.

Let the support of Divine Mother Earth calm and empower you to be in clear alignment and have the awareness of your sixth-sense.

Relish the Good Times

More often than we realize, we have times throughout the day that pop us into clear alignment between our physical and non physical perspectives. We see a dramatic cloud formation, a puppy, and a garden in full bloom. Or maybe the traffic clears, or a partner speaks of appreciation for you. And then we go straight into resonance with our Source Energy and open to six-sensory guidance.

Savor and nurture that feeling:

  • • How does it feel?
  • • What is it that makes that moment feel so good?
  • • Revel in the details that make it feel so good.

Process

Practicing the Awareness of Spirit: To set the tone for each day, we suggest reading these words that Abraham taught us to say.

When you read them or say them you might look upward and outward. It is best if you do it outside or standing at a window. If you prefer, call the universal forces other than Divine or Source as Abraham does.

I acknowledge that there are universal forces that are focused right at me.

I acknowledge I am the receiver of Divine positive attention.

I appreciate the continual gaze of Source on behalf of my well-being.

Today, wherever I am, whatever I am doing, whoever I am doing it with I will be in conscious awareness that the Divine too is there with me – appreciating me, supporting me, assisting me, acknowledging me, inspiring me, guiding me, having fun with me, aware of me, loving me, showing me, uplifting me.

Get into an endless loop of that acknowledgement and watch what begins to happen in this life as soon as this day.