Pure Energy: Journey of Abundance – Day 09

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Copyright Tam Black 2015
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Guiding Thought

Divine Abundance expresses infinitely through my own Divine Presence. When I identify with my Divine Presence, I open the floodgates and Divine Abundance flows naturally, easily, and effortlessly through me, materializing all good in my life and affairs.

Sharing

What is Divine Abundance? Divine Abundance is the outpouring of All Love from each to all, and from All to each. All Love is always ever-present, and therefore always abundant.

What is my own Divine Presence? My own Divine Presence is All Love’s ever-presence within me, as me. I cannot remove myself from that which is ever-present.

I can, however, think that I have removed myself.

Abundance, therefore, is the choice between thinking I am my own Divine Presence, or thinking I am removed from it.

I cannot, however, ever be removed from it.

Thus, when I think I have been removed from it, I create a conflict within my mind about my own nature… about the Truth of my Self…effectively denying myself Divine Abundance.

When I recognize, accept, and allow my own Divine Presence, that within me which is ever-present, I remove this conflict; I see myself as I Truly am.

Since Divine Abundance is a natural outpouring of my Divine Nature, when I align my mind with it, I open the floodgates for it.

 

 

I Want it All: Journey of Abundance – Day 08

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Copyright Tam Black 2015
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Guiding Thought

My mind and heart focus entirely on the Divine Presence I Am. I think, I speak, and I act in accordance with Divine Will, releasing Divine Substance into all my activity and ordering all my affairs.

Sharing

It takes only an instant and Divine Presence responds. It’s that very subtle invisible movement.

One thing that people experience is discord, confusion, uncertainty. It happens when the mind and/or individual will wants something that is not in accord with Divine Will.

The words, “What do You want?” are not dis-empowering. Rather, they simultaneously acknowledge the Inner Presence and align the individual will with it.

As I write this, I am asking, “What do You want?” And I realize the answer is the same for all you.

  • The Inner Divine Presence asking me: “What do you want?”
  • Me asking the Inner Divine Presence: “What do You want?”
  • Me asking myself: “What do you want?”
  • Me asking any other person: “What do you want?”

In this moment (for this moment is all there is) I focus entirely on the Divine Presence I am, ask that question, and allow the activity at hand (this writing, this breathing, this thought) to respond with the only answer there is.

What more is there but this moment, these moments, strung together infinitely?