It is fruitless to rail against the world.
The world I inhabit is a reflection of my own self, for macrocosm always mirrors macrocosm.
If I see it in the world, I know the seed exists in me.
Therefore, to change the world, I now commit to my own transformation.
I become the fertile soil for the world I want to see.
As a beginning, I tell myselfevery daythat by I am changing.
I tell myself that You are guiding, shaping and loving me into wholeness.
Then instead of only focusing on what is bad or frightening and telling myself things are getting worse
I affirm that bad things will fall away as I heal myself and switch my focus to what positive contribution I can make to the situation.
I stop blaming and, instead, take responsibility for the state of the world and the state of my life.
I open myself to Your love and experience the intensity of the Unconditional.
I never wish for others what I do not want for myself.
I become generous and visualize lives of fulfillment and prosperity for others.
I leave fear behind as You take me by the hand each day.
And I forgive the unforgivable.
As a result, all conflicts within me resolve and, with them, the discord in my life.
All disapproval within me dissolves, and with it, the aches and pains in my body.
I am a better person, one of whom Christ would be proud.
Yet I do not practice denial of my anger or fear, Lord, but practice transcendence.
For You lift me up in accordance with my intentions and words.
You make these words powerful, Lord, and only Truth utters from my lips:
- That You and I are One
- That, to You, every living thing is sacred
- That, as part of You, I am able to let go of fear
- That, as part of You, my destiny is to be happy and useful
I begin my transformation today and, with it, the automatic transformation of the world.
Thank You for working Your miracles through me.
Thank you for peace of mind, heart, and soul.
The world and I are One with You, God of my heart, Breath of my breath, Throb in my veins.
Your loving world is the real one, and my gratitude is profound.
And so it is.