Books Can Change Your Life
When was the last time you picked up a life changing book?
Sometimes it takes a major shift in energetic forces to make people wake up from their dream state to realize that there is much more to life than their regular safe routine we sometimes get dragged into. The recent changes in the financial markets coupled with massive layoffs by industries is an excellent case example.
Every negative force, however, always has a silver lining. Perhaps everything happening in society is perfect intelligent timing for collective new thinking to emerge to help mankind evolve. A unique way to bring the world closer together. To create a cooperative mindset versus competitive. Humanity is ONE, after all, is it not?
Books and quality content to nurture the mind and spirit have been tested over time to help create new beginnings for many people.
Books can have a profound impact on your life but two in particular nourished and nurtured a wider knowing of the Universe in my personal journey: “Your Invisible Power” by Genevieve Behrend the only student of Judge Thomas Troward.
From 1912 to 1914, Genevieve Behrend’s life focused solely on the wisdom and philosophy of Thomas Troward (1847- 1916) who’s influential and compelling ideas provided much of the groundwork to the spiritual philosophy known today as New Thought. Troward was born in Punjab, India.
“We all possess more power and greater possibilities than we realize, and visualizing is one of the
greatest of these powers. It brings other possibilities to our observation. When we pause to think
for a moment, we realize that for a cosmos to exist at all, it must be the outcome of a cosmic mind.”
Another book was the Sacred Nitnem the holy scriptures and poetry of Guru Nanak’s teachings (1469 – 1539) gifted to me at the right stage in my life. The most profound words that caught my attention were the following that signaled the MIND is very powerful:
See the brotherhood of all mankind as the highest order of Yogis;
conquer your own mind, conquer the Universe.
At the age of five years Nanak is said to have voiced interest in divine subjects. At age seven, his father, enrolled him at the village school as was the custom. Notable lore recounts that as a child Nanak astonished his teacher by describing the implicit symbolism of the first letter of the alphabet, which is an almost straight stroke in Persian or Arabic, resembling the mathematical version of ONE, as denoting the unity or oneness of Creation.
Life is a journey of gaining wisdom and knowledge so we may become conscious co-creators of our reality (managing our energy.) There are many paths that lead us back to oneness. Pick whatever path you feel inspired towards. Simply sharing two that are worth exploring in the above books.
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Let Go. Simply Trust Life.