Here is a mental treatment guaranteed to cure every ill that flesh is heir to: sit for half an hour every night and mentally forgive everyone against whom you have any ill will or antipathy.— Charles Fillmore
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We must learn to let go, to give up, to make room for the things we have prayed for and desired.
It is the law of Spirit that we must be that which we would draw to us.
If we would draw to us love, we must be love, be loving and kind; if we would have peace and harmony in our environment, we must establish it within ourselves.
The value of all service lies in the spirit in which you serve and not in the importance or magnitude of the service. Even the lowliest task or deed is made holy, joyous, and prosperous when it is filled with love.
Let the God within you express itself through you in the world without.
We increase whatever we praise. The whole creation responds to praise, and is glad.
I fairly sizzle with zeal, energy, and enthusiasm;
eager to do that which ought to be done by me today.
We shall serve for the joy of serving, prosperity shall flow to us and through us in unending streams of plenty.
Imagination gives the man the ability to poject himself through time and space and rise above all limitations.
The mind is the seat of perception of the things we see, hear, and feel.
It is through the mind that we see the beauties of the earth and sky, or music, of art, in fact, of everything. That silent shuttle of thought working in and out through cell and nerve weaves into one harmonious whole the myriad moods of mind, and we call it life.
Men who accomplish great things in the industrial world are the ones who have faith in the money producing power of ideas.
It is the childlike mind that finds the kingdom.
The highest and best work of imagination is the marvelous transformation that it works in character. Imagine that you are one with the principal of good, and you will become truly good.
When we commune with the spirit within and ask for new ideas, they are always forthcoming.
Divine mind is the one and only reality.
There are opportunities everywhere, just as there have always been...
The spiritual substance from which comes all visible wealth is never depleted.
It is right with you all the time and responds to your faith in it and your demands on it.
The one and only formative power given to man is thought.
By his thinking he not only makes character, but body and affairs, for "as he thinketh within himself, so is he."
All causes are essentially mental, and whosoever comes into daily contact with a high order of thinking must take on some of it.
The Inexhaustible Resource of Spirit is equal to every demand.
There is no reality in lack. Abundance is here and now manifest.
Be still and turn within to the great source.
It is necessary to give freely if we are to receive freely.
The law of receiving includes giving. The knowledge that substance is omnipresent and that people cannot, therefore, impoverish themselves by giving (but rather will increase their supply) will enable us to give freely and cheerfully.
There is an invisible thought-stuff on which the mind acts, making things through the operation of a law not yet fully understood by man. Every thought moves upon this invisible substance in increasing or diminishing degree. When we praise the richness and fullness of God, this thought-stuff is tremendously increased in our mental atmosphere. It reflects into everything that our mind and our hands touch.
There are opportunities everywhere, just as there have always been.
Deny that lack has any place or reality in your thought or your affairs and affirm plenty as the only appearance. Praise what you have, be it ever so little, and insist that it is constantly growing larger.
The true church is not made of creeds and forms, nor is it contained in walls of wood and stone; the heart of man is its temple and the Spirit of truth is the one guide into all Truth. When men learn to turn within to the Spirit of truth, who is in each one for his light and inspiration, the differences between the churches of man will be eliminated, and the one church will be recognized.
It is a sin to be poor.
We increase whatever we praise.
The mind of the spirit will guide you in perfect ways, even in the minute details of your life, if you will let it do so.
Every man who accomplishes things sees first in his mind what he wishes to do.
He puts away all doubt. It makes no difference how small or how large the thing you want to do may be; if you have an unlimited confidence in your ability to do it, you will do