‘I am as God created me.’
We will repeat today’s idea from time to time. For this one thought would be enough to save you and the world, if you believed that it is true. If you remain as God created you, appearances cannot replace the truth, health cannot turn to sickness, nor can death be substitute for life, or fear for love. All this has not occurred if you remain as God created you.
The healing power of today’s idea is limitless. It is the birthplace of all miracles. Practice today’s idea with gratitude. This is the truth that comes to set you free. For your five-minute practice periods, begin with this:
I am as God created me. His Son can suffer nothing.
And I am His Son.
This is the second time this lesson’s come up. It was also lesson 94. Obviously we need to be reminded that we are as God created us. It was a hectic day (coaching, meetings and a Zumba class) and I didn’t always remember to remind myself that I am as God created me, but when I did I felt like I was having an energy rush. Seriously. I think it was the bit about health and life and love and the fact that these are what is really true.
I had to draw heavily on the lesson when I had my conversation with my car insurance company, who tried to tell me my car wasn’t registered with DVLA. Here is a tip. If you don’t check your car insurance document when you get them…I urge you to. There is every possibility that they could have put down the wrong number plate, and it is your responsibility to alert them to it. Of the five people I asked today if they checked their documents only one said yes.
It’s amazing, when I feel someone is trying to make me out to be an idiot, my hackles come right up. I was right in the middle of it today when I remembered…if I am as God created me then no-one can make me feel like an idiot. Actually, as it turned out, the person I was speaking to didn’t understand her own company’s process. Just in time I remembered that what I give out I get back. I simply asked politely to speak to her supervisor, who did understand the process. I sent my first contact love and wished her well with her next call…actually it was much later when I remembered to do that.
I went to a 2 hour charity Zumba event tonight, (see separate blog) organised by Shok Out Dance Fitness in aid of an Ethiopian children’s project – Butterflies. It was hard work. I sweated like a pig, and felt it better to declined the invitation to go to the bar afterwards. No point driving everyone else out.