Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Kybalion

When the ears of the student are ready to hear, then cometh the lips to fill them with Wisdom
 -The Kybalion

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 Based on the Seven Hermetic Principles of ancient Egypt, The Kybalion is thought to be roots of New Thought. The Seven Hermetic Principles in The Kybalion are:

  1. The Principle of Mentalism.
  2. The Principle of Correspondence.
  3. The Principle of Vibration.
  4. The Principle of Polarity.
  5. The Principle of Rhythm.
  6. The Principle of Cause and Effect.
  7. The Principle of Gender.

By studying Ancient Wisdom, you will better understand and use New Thought principles today.

THE CREATIVE PROCESS


Thomas Troward's books had a profound effect on the development of spiritual metaphysics at the start of the last century, yet his ideas remain.

Thomas Troward was an assistant commissioner and later divisional judge in the North Indian Punjab in the late 1800s. His unusual legal background gave him an interesting slant on reality creation ideas. Troward applied his rigorous logic and evaluation of evidence to understand the way the universe came into existence - and why it works the way that it does.

  • The Starting Point
  • The Self-Contemplation Of Spirit
  • The Divine Ideal
  • The Manifestation Of The Life Principle
  • The Personal Factor
  • The Standard Of Personality
  • The Denouement Of The Creative Process



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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

UNCOVERING AND REMEMBERING: The Truth of Who We Really Are

The truth of who we really are has been lost in the womb of culture. We must now understand the womb of culture and change how we create in the physical world.

The secrets that we seek are buried in the traditions of our past. The complexity and hopelessness that has evolved within society melt away as we begin to remember the simplicity of our nature and begin to see what life really is.

Our search, our journey, our experience, doesn’t really begin until we examine the following questions:

Who am I?
What am I?
What is life?
What do I want from life?

Only then can we uncover the sacred self and begin to understand the creation process here in the physical plane, so that we can create our future in alignment with our true self.

 
 

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

TENET 5: PATTERN OF CREATION

We create a life of our own design when we are balanced.  

Being balanced allows us to exercise our free will. Free will is what allows us to create the rainbow of experiences that we do in this life. Free choice comes from unconditional acceptance of the Self. How often do we NOT feel like we have free will? We feel like “something” is preventing us from being able to choose a life of our own design.

That is because we are not balanced. We do not understand the “pattern of creation” which is the basis for ALL that we create, the laws that we are using to create within, nor how to balance ourselves.

Balance/Beauty are self-defined. Individualized. Are we living a life of balance and beauty (relative to ourself)?

Understanding, applying, and mastering the first four tenets allows us create a life of our own design.




Tuesday, February 14, 2012

TENET 4: JUDGEMENT

Our blocks and obstacles to living our “life in alignment” are created by the judgment we have on others, which causes us to judge ourselves even more harshly.  

Judgment is one of those things that we all know we shouldn’t do yet rarely can we see when, and how often, we actually do it. We think we are not judging and then we find a way to judge in a different way.

The reason that not judging is so important, is that any time we judge, we are not practicing 100% responsibility. That means we are limiting ourselves in some way, preventing ourselves from fully expressing. We are allowing blind spots to keep us from achieving those things we most desire.


We think that judging is about the other person, which is deceiving because it is really about us allowing others to affect the experience we are creating. We are giving away our power to create by saying that anyone else’s actions can limit us in anyway. We then limit our actually limiting ourselves.

If we truly believe we are 100% responsible for our experience then nothing that anyone else does can limit our ability to create what we wish to create.