By making effort to become the “detached observer”, the unlimited soul, the point of light in the center of your forehead, independent of any limited supports, you will become blessed with innate happiness and wholeness. (holiness)
If during this contemplation of yourself as a bodiless point of light, you find that any of the old patterns of “body consciousness” arise: such as fear, worry, anger, greed, lust, disappointmet, or attachment, deeply realize that these energies are not part of your original makeup. They are the golden chains that you have acquired over time.
To free yourself, visualize yourself holding a very sharp pair of garden clippers and cut yourself free from these old chains of limitation. Use this visualization each day for a month, whenever these patterns emerge.
The visualization in and of itself is not the magic formula. It is holding the intention to be totally free of what…
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Close your eyes, sit very still, and imagine that you are looking ito a magic mirror. Say to yourself: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?
Just stay very still and look into your reflection in the clear mirror, look into your eyes, and listen very carefully to what the mirror has to say back to you.
This is a very special magic mirror and it doesnt look at your face, but it sees the beauty inside your heart. The mirror is very wise and knows that having a beautiful face is not so important, as beauty on the outside can fade away. The mirror knows that true beauty is found inside. This mirror sees your inner beauty. It see the beauty of your character.
Listen to the mirror whispering back to you: you are beautiful…you are beautiful…you are fantastic…you are special…you are…
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The Power of Love begins with a quote by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin from his book called~Toward the Future:
“Some day, after mastering winds, waves ,tides, and gravity; we shall harness for God the energy of love, and then, for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.”
As I read this book, I was moved by Boger’s description of a poignant experience and description of God as the Divine Mother/Divya Mata:
“There are times we feel our lives are not what we expected.
It is as if the external world does not match our innermost needs, or maybe we are not to use our capacities and talents as we would have wished. It can be frustrating, especially when it occurs over a long period of time.
This is often the cause behind depression, a lack of self-esteem and more severe illnesses.
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