Sunday, April 27, 2014 – Value: My Spiritual Evolution
“Wherever I go, God is with me. In the scary places, God is there. In the gorgeous places, God is there. In the places I swore I’d never go again, God is there. In the mirror, God is there with love and appreciation for who I am.” – Brende Lambert, church affirmation, this past Sunday at Center for Spiritual Awareness.
To help jump start my abundant life initiative, I went to church. My husband was out of town, so instead of leaving my three year old at home like I usually do, I brought her and my eleven year old son with me. She was quiet, thanks to slipping a few Cherrios to her from time to time.
I decided to do something different today and take notes of the church service so I can refer back to them later. Thank goodness I did because it felt like today’s sermon was directed towards me.
Here are my notes from today’s service and how it was so applicable to my life:
- Form follows thought.
- We can turn what happened to us into victory.
- We do not need other’s tragedy to feel good about ourselves.
- Watch the movie, The Secret by Rhonda Byrnes, every five years for reminders on visualization.
- Always have at least one active dream going in our lives. The pursuit of the dream spirals us upward and moves us into the direction we want to go.
- We can either be pulled by a vision or pushed by a circumstance, says Dr. Michaels. Love this! I’d rather be pulled by a vision.
- Gratitude is super important – we are open to receiving what we’ve received and more. We cannot hold gratitude at the same time we hold lack. Makes sense to me.
- Reverend Georgia also says to Act as if…you already have what you want. She also warned for metaphysical folks to not take this to mean “just spend it now, the money will come later.” It is better to manifest the money first, then spend it later. – It felt like she was ministering just to me.
Great timely lessons from church. God is giving me signs that I’m on the right track.
~Your Curator of all Things Inspirational, Kimberly Jo Cooley