Week 15- We reap what we sow; it is mathematically exact

So here it is again, from Week One, “That much gathers more is true on every plane of existence and that loss leads to greater loss is equally true.” It starts at the electron level, smaller than our molecules and builds from an energy brought about by our thoughts. They can be in line with goodness and have great energy attached or outside what’s good and have little energy, it is our choice. But either way, we get what we think about most, with feeling.

The MKMMA exercises are putting the good to our forefront on a daily basis. Going through my card deck with things I have accomplished, intermixed with my viewing of others showing positive use of some of my weaknesses is showing subby positives, great and small. Subby doesn’t care how great or how small; they are all positives (truths) and subby is getting fed a new lease on life. This makes me happy!

I am getting the objective mind, my subby, to think correctly with my flash cards. “When it understands truth, when thoughts sent through the cerebro-spinal nervous system to the body are constructive, the sensations are pleasant and harmonious.” Thank you flash cards!!!

I seldom attend church with my wife. She enjoys attending as it takes her to a special place. She finds her peace there. She usually comes home and goes over the sermon with me. But two Sundays ago, she came home in a really excited state. The sermon had talked about just how small we were in relation to the universe and then talked about just how miniscule the electrons in our body were in relation to the cells and the body as a whole and how it was all tied together with one energy that was directed by love and growth of love. This was interesting enough that we went back for the second service.

Sure enough, it really related to what Haanel teaches. The crowning piece was a short you tube video that they showed, “God is in everything, even molecules that hold us together.” See it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuDtlHtWR64, it is pretty amazing. At the very least, Google “laminin.”

To be continued…


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