Tell It Like It Could Be

Everyday life gives us an opportunity to live our dreams. We can use our spiritual power to create heaven on earth for ourselves. One might ask how can I do this. The answer is to put our attention on what it is we wish to manifest. Louise Hay tells us that the point of power is in the present moment. What we think, believe and say today is the life we are creating for tomorrow. We must focus on what we wish to experience, because focusing on what we don’t want will never manifest what we do want. That is why I say, “Tell it like it could be.”

Ernest Holmes wrote, “Our belief sets the limit to our demonstration of a principle which Itself is without limit.” Spirit has no limits. The only thing that caps our experience of all the good that is available to us is our own belief system. If we believe we will only receive a little that is what the universe provides as our faith and belief expand so does our demonstration.

Releasing old beliefs is not easy. Years of carrying around a set of beliefs don’t just fade away. It takes work, hard work to transform ourselves. But the good news is that it can be done. With dedication and persistence we can release limiting beliefs and see life differently. We are never bound by what has come before and it is never too late to begin. Even twenty minutes a day in the silence can be the start of a whole new life. Isn’t living a dream filled life worth the effort? In the Tao it is written, “When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. When I let go of what I have, I receive what I need.” Why not step up and give it a try today?   

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About revrgfox

Rev. Ron Fox serves as the minister of the Center for Spiritual Living-Space Coast in Rockledge, Florida. Prior to serving in Florida, he was the minister of the Spiritual Enrichment Center in Peoria, Arizona; he has also served in Auburn and Seal Beach, California. Rev. Ron has served as an Ecclesiastical Representative, Chair of the Asilomar Planning Committee, and Chair of the UCSL Awards Committee. He is a gifted speaker and a published writer, and his inspirational style is coupled with a keen sense of humor, making him a favorite with audiences everywhere he has spoken. Rev. Ron and his wife Becky, a UCSL Practitioner, graphic designer and artist, reside in Merritt Island, Florida.

Posted on January 16, 2014, in Inspirational and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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