The belief has long been proclaimed in the Bibles of the west "as a man sows so shall he reap". In fact it operates to such a depth that even those who don't necessarily believe the infallibility of this statement still think about it as they take action. Simply recognized this is a claim to the law of 'cause and effect'. Or rephrased; recognizing our thoughts as causative; what we think about comes about.
A prime example of this happened just moments ago as I was sitting for coffee with a friend. D was looking for a new job and had put out several applications. To that moment he had not even been short listed for any. D was expressing the absurdity of this in view of his over 20 years of experience. As he spoke with me his phone rang and he jokingly said "it's probably them now. It was! Neither of us was particularly surprised; him because he expected it and me because I witnessed the union of his belief and desire which in my own heart I supported.
The Bible states "wherever two or more are gathered, there I am", in modern expression the 'Mastermind Principle'. We in that brief moment over coffee expressed this principle. We were in like mind expressing a belief in ourselves, our dreams and desires.
All we need to understand is that there is a loving universe which works in a framework of its own law that is irrevocable. Is there a limit to this law? No; law is not bound by magnitude, how could it be. Therefore the only limit to our experience is our own core level acceptance.
Daily as I take this journey my faith is deepened and my acceptance of my greater good grows. My life becomes 'better' even as I write these words and I find myself awakening with excitement in my heart. I discover myself awaiting new experiences of joy and prosperity every day. More and more my old fears of lack and struggle dissolve away into nothingness as their only creator, me, stops supporting them.
I am reminded of this Native American fable:
A grandfather was talking to his grandson about how he felt about a tragedy. He said, "I feel as if I have 2 wolves fighting in my heart. One wolf is the vengeful, angry, violent one. The other wolf is the loving, compassionate one."
The grandson asked him, "Which wolf will win the fight in your heart?"
The grandfather answered, "The one I feed."
When we feed the love within it grows strong in our lives. May you, today, feed the love , the vision, the passion in your heart.
Today you can begin to make your dreams your experience. Today you can know that someone you meet is completely in alignment with your greater good. Today you can remember that it takes no more than one person supporting your greatness to allow its unfolding in your life.
I BELIEVE in your greatness.
In Love and Light,