Challenging Conditions

Challenging Conditions
Marylyn Kirk, RScP

I know that the One Power that I call God or Spirit is always with me.  As the seasons change, I see the incredible intricacy and dance of nature as Spring approaches. Who or what else but the great Mind of God could orchestrate this dance?  It is comforting to know that I am a part of that same Divine Mind and I recognize that there is no condition that cannot be overcome. When I think about it, even the word, “impossible” can be seen as, “I’m possible”!

I know that I am not alone.  When a situation appears to be lost, I know that Spirit is there to guide me to the right and perfect people who have experienced what I am experiencing.  I now reach out to those in my community and ask for help without shame or self-condemnation. I allow myself to feel my feelings, and also to seek help from my friends or a Practitioner.

I recognize that what I think about becomes my reality. I refuse to allow myself to think “small” because of the fear of failure, or even the fear of making a decision. As I become aware of thoughts that do not support my good, I train my mind to think positively.   I am open to taking risks and know that I can achieve more that I could have ever imagined.   I am fully supported by my friends, my community and Spirit, and that my destiny is to succeed. I completely accept this support from those who genuinely care about me.   

I release all feelings of inadequacy and embrace clarity, resolve, and purpose. I release any attachment to a specific outcome, knowing that patience and perseverance leads to the best result for all concerned. I accept that the ideal outcome exists right here and right now in the Mind of God.  I simply release all attachments and allow Source to do what Source does best.  Spirit leads me to accept right order in my life in all situations.

It is with love and gratefulness in my heart that I release these words into the law.  All is complete in the Mind of God.  And so, it is.