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In this four-part series, we are treating Advent as an intuitive awakening. Our focus is on the meditative process. Follow the same preparations from the first week. Bring your awareness into the region of the solar plexus using the simple statement, I Am.
Open your mind to the quickening presence of intelligence. Your entire being is already permeated with intelligence. The functions of your body are all governed by it. You see and experience intelligence as order in your breathing, the beating of your heart, and all the many activities within the universe of your body of which you are not even aware. You see intelligence in the flower, in your pet, in the birds and the clouds that sail across the sky.
As you relax and let go, get the sense of this truth that you are completely immersed in intelligence and that your life is now unfolding in perfect order. Affirm:
The very essence of my being is intelligence. My mind is clear. My thinking is orderly. I see things in their highest relation to the whole. My vision is clear. My soul is imbued with the wisdom of the universe. In all I do, I move forward in confidence and in peace.
Release all feelings of uncertainty about your life and know the intelligence of your soul is guiding your every step. Lift your spiritual eyes away from all appearances and see yourself as a conduit through which infinite intelligence is expressing as you.
Everyone and everything becomes part of your success in living. If your life seems to be pushing you to the left when you think you should go right, then know the intelligence expressing as your soul is now at work. Do not strain to work out plans or struggle to control events. Hold fast to the truth that the wisdom of your soul is directing your life, that the order and success you desire is unfolding with every new development.
3 thoughts on “Intelligence and Order”
“If your life seems to be pushing you to the left when you think you should go right, then know the intelligence expressing as your soul is now at work.” Are you saying here that we should accept the push to the “left” as possibly being the vehicle that will get us what we really want and need?
We should be open to all possibilities. This, of course, is not a political reference, but merely a figure of speech. When we affirm infinite wisdom is guiding us, then we may be presented with ideas and opportunities that we had not considered. That’s why I like the statement, “This or something better.”
We do tend to get stuck in familiar routes, especially as we get old. “This or something better” is a more comfortable alternative, though the “something better” does not always look more desirable at the time, and may actually be frightening.