We focus our minds and hearts entirely on the Divine Presence within. We think, we speak, and we act in accordance with Divine Will, releasing Divine Substance into all our activity and all our financial affairs.
In this moment, right now, I am able to focus my mind and heart entirely (or “entirely” to the best of my ability at the moment) on the Divine Presence within. It’s quiet. I have no distractions. I am not trying to multi-task, think about other people’s needs or any of my responsibilities, or do anything other than be here with my focus.
So it’s easy (relatively) to think that in this space I think, speak, and act in accordance with Divine Will. In this space, I can accept the truth of being able to think, speak, and act in accordance with Divine Will.
But what about when I leave this space? What about when I am in the hustle of activity? What about when I am not focused? What about when I am trying to get something done?
And, actually, you see….even what I wrote is not quite true, is it? The Guiding Thought is about we. And I am not in a space of we, as seen from how the first paragraph above turned out. At the moment, it seems, I am in the “I” space. If I am not in a “we” space, then I am not in the Divine Presence space, because Divine Presence is always in a space of we. So, on some level…I am distracted, unfocused (which is really accurate…I’ve been kind of distracted and unfocused all day).
>visualize WE, visualize you and me, visualize us focusing our hearts and mind<
There. Now we are focused.
In all times, in all space, in this moment, we now focus our minds and hearts on the Divine Presence within. Thank you, I couldn’t have done it without you.
This moment, connecting with you, connecting within, solidifies the awareness for eternity, gives us a step-up for the next moment of awareness, strengthens the next interaction of our unified Divine Presence, assures us that—to the best of our ability, at any given moment—we can speak and act from this space, the space of unity, the space in which we can allow Divine Will—the highest good for all.
Let it be.