And Then I Knew My Abundance By James Nussbaumer
This book is concerned with making contact with this effective and purposeful part of the mind. You will learn to realize your consciousness in a different way from the familiar way it may have been making you operate in the physical world. You will learn to recognize consciousness as an entity that you create, but do so from behind it. I know this may seem confusing, so for now, and just to buffer the impact of this thought about “you being behind your own consciousness,” allow me first to ask you to consider a couple of extending thoughts. By extending I mean sharing our Reality together as One.
Ask yourself, what is truly a higher order: the physical or our natural Divine Self? If separated from nature the mind becomes a hollow bundle of shallow thoughts, lacking all activity, without luster and authenticity, seeking only projected images seen as form, and without the pleasure of being real, or, let’s say Divine. I do realize we’re just beginning our journey together through this book, but for now consider a projected image being something the world has taught us to see since our birth into this world. Something your physical past has taught you to picture in your mind.
Imagine a place of insightful activity that you’re able to find somewhere in your mind—a place where the confusing possibilities about your consciousness are cleared away, and the absolute is brought forward. This place exists. It’s where your true potential can once and for all be realized, and then accepted. As your curiosity plays alongside doubts, reaching the ever-widening boundaries of your thoughts, you are able, if you so choose, to reestablish contact with the Source of the active center of what gives you life.
Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.