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Jesus Taught It Too (The Early Roots Of The Law Of Attraction)



Chapter Fifteen




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It is here that an esoteric principle must be clarified. There is a difference between reality and actuality. Reality is the outer appearance that is perceived by the senses. Actuality is the true nature of a thing or the Universe or a situation. A red shirt is “really” red, but it is actually every color but red. It looks really red because the fabric does not absorb the red wavelength and it is reflected to the eyes. All other colors have been absorbed by the shirt except red. Thus, the shirt is really red, but it is not actually red.

Our senses only perceive a very small fraction of the world in which we live. Most think that light is white and yet it is comprised of the rainbow. Most do not realize that radio waves, X-Rays, Gamma Waves and more are also light. A pitch dark room with a radio playing is filled with light. It is really dark, but it is actually filled with light.

“Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up. Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.”

Every plant is every thought, idea or concept that is not actual. Reality is the illusion that will dissolve and be uprooted when the mind awakens to the true nature of the Universe. Death, disease, poverty and loneliness are real, but they are not actual. Those who think that they are poor have untold riches in the Universal bank. Those that are ill need but see with true vision to discover that illness is a mirage or a mask. Those who proclaim the world to be evil can only live in an evil world. They are the blind that have led humanity through the millennia. They are the blind who have taken their followers into the ditch.

“If thou canst because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you, If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove; and nothing shall be impossible unto you.”

If you “know” the true power that lies within, nothing is impossible. The only stumbling block to performing every conceivable miracle is the lack of knowing or believing that all things are possible. Moving mountains, ending poverty, achieving world peace and more are only a thought away.

“…believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.”

All things are possible, no exceptions. Jesus did not say you had to believe in a certain god or attend church, or be of a particular race or ethnicity, just believe and all of your desires are made manifest. Believe and all things are attracted unto you in overflowing abundance. There are no limits. There is no mountain that cannot be climbed, no disease that cannot be cured, no situation that cannot be changed, no relationship that cannot be found, no desire that cannot be made manifest.

In this context the term belief is not to be confused with the idea of “hope.” Hoping is just wishful thinking. Belief must be viewed as knowing. Know that these words are true and all things ARE possible. Know that the kingdom and the power are within you.

Know that nothing outside of you, nothing outside of your reality, can hurt you. Know that your new vision and your new hearing will enable you to attract all that you desire. Know that you do not have to wait for months for the harvest. The fields are NOW white and ready to be gleaned. There is no waiting! There is nothing that you cannot achieve or have. ALL things are possible RIGHT NOW!

“Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.”

Make no final decisions according to what you see. Do not rely upon the senses to give you a true understanding of the world. Look within to discover the true nature about the world in which you live. All things are possible if you see with the inner vision. See the harvest where others see none. See abundance where others see only poverty. See wholeness where others see disease. See love where others see hatred. See solutions where others see problems. See strength where others see weakness. See success where others see failure. See beginnings where others see endings. See open where others see closed. This is righteous judgment.










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