“The Declaration of Principles” of the Science of Mind states. “We believe in God, the Living Spirit Almighty; one indestructible, absolute, and self-existent Cause. This One manifests Itself in and through all creation, but is not absorbed by Its creation. The manifest universe is the body of God; it is the logical and necessary outcome […]Read more "Only Big Ideas Allowed"
Today is Mother’s Day. It always brings up a lot of feelings for all of us. Some of us are mothers, some of us aren’t. Some of us had or do have great mothers and some of us had or do have challenging relationships with our mothers. Some of us miss our mothers because they […]Read more "The Art of Allowing Mother’s Day"
Recently, I was at a dinner party where people began speaking about Ancestry.com and DNA and such. I always love to share how I was brought up Italian, but recently came to find out my DNA is 63% Jewish. Talking about our heritage makes for great conversation, but sometimes we stay stuck in the old […]Read more "No Lies"
My life is always unfolding perfectly no matter what! This is an affirmation that I learned in my early years in the Science of Mind. What happens when I repeat this affirmation? Well, I begin to reflect it out into the Field, and experiences come to me that reflect that affirmation. Not so much so […]Read more "My Life is Unfolding Perfectly"
Yesterday morning, my husband and I did our daily Spiritual Mind Treatment before getting out of bed. In case you are unfamiliar with it, a Spiritual Mind Treatment is an affirmative prayer that moves energy in the direction of your particular desire. It impresses the Field or One Mind with that desire. It is magnetic […]Read more "Is My Day Always Unfolding Perfectly?"
Upon awakening this morning, I heard Dr. Joe Dispenza and his famous quote, “Gratitude is the ultimate state of receivership.” He was celebrating what he called the “Seven Days of Gratitude,” as the beginning of the Holiday Season. My first reaction was what a wonderful idea: seven days to focus on gratitude as a state […]Read more "Gratitude: An Overused Word?"
As I sit here this morning, I am reflecting on what it means to heal. We’ve complicated a very simple process by telling ourselves that we have to fix something. If we could just look at this differently, everything would change. We are not fixing anything. If we were, we would be like the surgeon […]Read more "Healing Isn’t Fixing Things"
Persistence and patience are two important qualities of successful living. So many times, we give up right before success occurs. We might be trying a new business or just starting a new job or waiting for that new relationship. Patience and persistence are integral to manifesting our dreams. But persistence is a tricky word. We […]Read more "Don’t Give Up"
“There is one life. That life is God’s life. That life is perfect. That life is my life now.” As we chanted this one phrase by Ernest Holmes in the temple chamber at the Hindu Monastery on Kaua`i during our annual Sacred Journey and with our friend and mentor the Sadasivanathapalaniswami, feeling it echoing off […]Read more "Min-D-ing for Gold"
Awareness is the first step to change. I, at one time, walked through my life unaware that what I thought and how I acted on those thoughts really reflected in my experiences. I was not malevolent in anyway, but I was unconscious. I didn’t know that I was using the creative process in every moment. […]Read more "The Examined Life…"