By Eric Butterworth
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In this vintage paintings, Eric Butterworth sees the divine inside us all to be a hidden and untapped source of unlimited abundance. Exploring this "depth potential," Butterworth outlines ways that we will unencumber the ability locked inside of us and enable our "light shine."
"There is just one approach lower than the solar through which a guy can in attaining his 'Mt. Olympus' -- that's to claim, in attaining the conclusion and unfoldment of his personal innate divinity -- and that's through bringing a couple of radical and everlasting switch for the higher in his personal consciousness," writes Butterworth.
Butterworth demonstrates that the lifestyles of this divine measurement in each one person is the best discovery of all time. He explains the universality of such important matters as: tips on how to prevail; tips to pray; how to define self assurance; easy methods to conquer own difficulties; and the way to discover therapeutic. With perception and sensitivity, Butterworth opens new doorways of self-knowledge, and descriptions ways that we will be able to liberate the ability within.
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But you must still make that great decision to affirm your unity with the Infinite. You must still believe that I AM, and then work tirelessly to act the part. You must claim your freedom, realizing that it does not mean doing what you like, but becoming what you should. Emilie Cady says, “Oh, how in our ignorance we have mistaken and misunderstood God, in consequence of which we are today pygmies when He wanted to make us giants in love and health and power by manifesting more of Himself through us!
Standing before the tomb of his friend who had been dead three days, He prayed, “Father, I thank thee that thou heardest me. ” And then He spoke the word, “Lazarous, come forth" with complete confidence. ) How could He be so sure? Why is the mathematician so sure of his computations? Why does he have such confidence that the principle will support his conclusion? Simply because he knows it is principle. He never thinks of accusing the principle of mathematics for any error that he may make. It never occurs to him to trace the errors of JESUS* UNIQUE CONCEPT O F GOD | 35 his ledger to the principle of mathematics.
However, it is unlikely that he has ever asked himself what he means by God. ” only a few had any comment to make. Everyone has some sort of concept of God—even an atheist. God may not have become a part of his personal philosophy, but even if he spends his time denouncing God, he reveals a concept of a being capricious and unjust, which he has intellectually rejected but which forever hounds his life. ” The atheist has at least engaged in some deep thinking about God. Je su s 27 28 | DISCOVER THE POWER W IT H IN YOU Many people have not.