ThePeopleAlchemist Edit: #SmashYourCeiling, change starts from within – Business & Lifestyle Experimentation for #TheWomanAlchemist – Feed your mind day 3
Hello again, and welcome the #SmashYourCeiling: Be Your Best Self Around The Year. 365 daily inspiration to silence your inner critic and unleash the power that is within you.
FEED YOUR MIND DAY 3 – READING
“Once you have contacted the Power within and have allowed it to take over your responsibilities for you, it will direct and govern all your affairs from the greatest to the least without mistakes.
Hand over your self-government. Cast the burden upon the Lord, and he shall sustain thee .. (Psalm 55:22).”
My interpretation here is simple: your consciousness knows what is best for you. When you have a decision to make or a problem to solve, talk to it. It knows …
See you tomorrow x
Our consciousness has the size and strength of a sumo wrestler, but because we do not know it, we squander our abilities. That’s why I make training my mind my priority Numero 1, and so should you. You are pinching off your own power: STOP IT!
Be Your Best Self Around The Year blog is based on Around the Year with Emmet Fox, a collection of 365 daily mediations/devotionals made from Emmet Fox’s unpublished lecture notes and manuscripts and passages from his books.
The book was published after his passing.
Emmet Fox (1886-1951) was one of the most influential spiritual leaders of the last century and the New Thought Movement together with Joseph Murphy, Norman Vincent Peale and Neville Goddard.
Disclaimer: The book Around The Year with Emmet Fox and the extract in this daily blog are taken from, and inspired by, The Bible. Fox and The New Thought Movement and consequent teachers interpreted the Bible metaphysically. Equally, If you are religious (Christian or any other religion) or not, you can do so too. This is not a religious blog. It is a “change yourself, change the world around you” blog to motivate and inspire anyone willing to listen to achieve what they want to in life and business.