“Therefore, beloved friends, please decide this day to take responsibility for what you desire. Recognize that what you desire will be what you experience. Recognize that what you desire literally creates the pathway whereby you will experience either Heaven or hell, peace or turbulence, love or fear. In each moment of desire, right where you are, you have just birthed an entire world. For out of that desire, you will create your perceptions of everything from yourself to the farthest of stars, all in a split second, a moment of timelessness.” (“The Way of Transformation,” The Way of Mastery, Chapter 20, Page 244)
We think that desire may not be spiritual enough, and so we don’t ask for what we really want, what we desire. But a consecrated desire will take us back Home to God. If we want Him badly enough, we will possess Him, even as He possesses us.
Take a moment to ask God to inform our desires. He will do it. He will put ideas in our mind and feelings in our heart that will give us an easy step back to Him.
The last sentence of the quotation is especially evocative. “Timelessness” is not something we think about often, but there is great value in dwelling upon it, at least a little. This quotation is a spiritual take on the law of attraction, which says that what we dwell upon is what we get.
Focus on the highest and best that we know.
Let God do the rest, bringing those superb things into our lives.
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What a profoundly discerning excerpt. Blessings to you for sharing, dear Celia. 🙏