Category: Quotations

You Can Think Independently Of Any Circumstances In Your Life.

People want to know how to expand when the world seems to be contracting & crumbling. We want to achieve prosperity and health, even when things seem topsy-turvy. But the answers are within you, and if you keep on searching, you will find them.

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You will discover who you are. You are not the body; you have a body. You are not the mind; you have a mind. As you begin to expand your awareness, you will discover a co-creative relationship with the Divine. You then make choices that liberate you from poverty & poor health. Your choices are a function of ever-expanding awareness.

You can think independently of any circumstances in your life. You can overcome any problems by entering a co-creative relationship with the Divine. You then begin to listen to God’s voice through certain practices and by your receptivity. You are not here to get the answers; you are here to let it flow from high choices of an ever-expanding awareness.

You no longer have to be a victim to circumstance, the past, or to the future. Instead, through your expanded awareness, you get to make a choice to become more of yourself & anchor on Earth timeless qualities of love, beauty, well-being, & joy.

Will you choose to say yes to these heavenly qualities that want to express themselves through you?

Michael Bernard Beckwith


Come Alive and Go Do It!

Don’t ask what the world needs.

Ask what makes you come alive and go and do it.

Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.

– Howard Thurman

Come alive and go do it - Howard Thurman

Howard Thurman

Howard Thurman

Howard Washington Thurman was an African-American author, philosopher, theologian, educator, and civil rights leader.

As a prominent religious figure, he played a leading role in many social justice movements and organizations of the twentieth century.