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    What in me is dark, illumine/ What is low, raise and support.
    John Milton, Paradise Lost

    Law of Life is a law of thought—an activity of consciousness—the Power flows through us.

    The Science of Mind, page 141

    Ernest Holmes tells us that, in terms of what we can imagine, and what our imaginations can then usher into form, there is no “point of saturation,” exhaustion, depletion or anything at all resembling restrictedness. As soon as a greater demand is made on the all, a “larger circle” is drawn to accommodate and fulfill it, and so on over and over again. The creative framework seems to expand proportionately whenever a newer, bigger thought form is placed in it. The question then becomes, how much are we willing to imagine?

    Here there can be restriction of a sort, self-imposed and driven by fear. Just because we’re dealing with a bottomless source that always says “yes” doesn’t mean we have to access all of its gifts; we have a will that is free to pass up a chance at love, abundance or some other good.

    So learning about spiritual law is the simple part; it’s there, as much for us as for anybody, and it works as we work it. Working it, we learn who we really think we are; how we have made up rules about how love can be lost, plans fail, ideas go nowhere and everything is subject to a law of averages that is in truth no law at all, merely an effect. Now we are free to review those rules and rewrite those rules and rewrite them at will.

    Today I break through into a new plane of livingness, working in concord with my source to experience the highest and best in every arena. Anything that has held me back, I am ready, willing and grateful to release.

    From Science of Mind Magazine


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