You are undoubtedly an original thinker, a person of vision for yourself and the world; otherwise you would not be visiting this site. Thank you for stopping by.
You probably already believe there is nothing the human mind cannot achieve. With some understanding of our place in the Creative Process that is always in motion, we have the capacity to literally fashion our personal and shared reality.
Modern spirituality is about using our mind in a conscious, inclusive, compassionate and loving way to shift our sense of possibility into high gear. Everything in my work is about opening minds and hearts to the Truth that sets us all free.
We are the download of a Creative Intelligence; the personification of the Source of all; the individualization of Pure Love; the revelation of Cosmic Joy; we are the outlet for the constant flow of ideas, energy and supply which produce the physical experience of success, prosperity, joy, loving relationships and vital health.
If this is of interest to you, read my book The Way In. Also read This Thing Called You by Dr. Ernest Holmes, Spiritual Liberation by Michael Bernard Beckwith, Sacred Thinking by Jim Lockard, The Art of Being by Dennis Merrit Jones and Life's Operating Manual by Tom Shadyac. Don't miss Tom's film, "I AM."
Stay tuned in with daily meditation. Come back soon!
Many blessings, Carol Carnes
Your Evolving BeliefsOct 20, 2016
Margaret Mead said "The prophet who does not present a bearable alternative and yet preaches doom is part of the trap he postulates." There is a lot of that going around! What is so nourishing about New Thought Spirituality is its presentation of alternatives to our old ways of thinking. Yes we can change our mind! It matters not at all how long we have held a belief. Beliefs are moveable objects. They are built on observation of outer events, usually not from revelations of inner experience. What arises organically from the inner self is not belief, it is knowing. What do we know for sure?
Flow With the RiverOct 19, 2016
When Ernest Holmes tried to teach people the principles of what became The Science of Mind, he felt like a failure. Only one person came to see him and that man thought Holmes was insane. He closed his office and took a job with the city. He said to himself that if this was his to do it would come through him without his having to make it happen. A few months later, someone at his work saw a book by Thomas Troward that Ernest was reading. He gave it to the man who, after reading it himself, asked Ernest if he would speak to a few people about it. Long story short, within two years he was speaking to three thousand people a week! He never put an ad in the paper.