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It’s All-Good

I am one with the Universal Creative God Power. It is in me and I am in it. There is an All-Presence of good that always surrounds me and flows through me at all times. There is nothing that can interfere with my absolute trust in good. I have unwavering faith in the infinite power of good.

I gladly receive the gifts of life and gladly cooperate with the Law of Good. I walk in the pathway of goodness and attract more good. I receive good and release it into action in everything I do. I joyfully impart goodness to everyone I meet. The more good I see the more good there is. I live in the realization that natural good sustains me and consistently operates through me in positive and powerful ways. This All-Good is a contagious energy that transforms all people, places and things. With complete faith, I accept and believe that this word is now an established reality. In gratitude, I let it be, and so it is!

Rev. Pam
2/25/15

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Living in Wholeness: Realistically Possible, or Spiritual Propaganda? – February 22, 2015

At the Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles, you will hear relevant messages, by Rev. Pam MacGregor, that you can apply to everyday life. This month’s theme is The Loving Embrace of Discipline.

Just hearing the word “discipline” can cause us to inwardly pull back, leaving a lingering bad taste from childhood or oppressive religious dogma, but as you will notice, discipline is very close to the word disciple. Perhaps the greatest discipline we will ever know is being a disciple of our Self, that consciousness within us that realizes our true nature and yearns to instruct us in the self-love, self-acceptance, and self-respect of which we are so deserving.

The topic on February 22, 2015 was Living in Wholeness: Realistically Possible, or Spiritual Propaganda? Regardless of the generation into which we were born, its societal conditioning of parental, religious, cultural and educational influences fragments and compartmentalizes our lives, making wholeness appear to be an idealistic or spiritual fantasy. That is, if we buy into the propaganda of separation. The language of wholeness is love. The home of wholeness is oneself, a home that does not divide into “this versus that,” but unifies all aspects of our lives into an organic wholeness of being. No longer divided against ourselves, we begin to live in the totality of wholeness, a synonym of oneness.

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Living in Wholeness

I am spiritually whole, complete, and stable. I am one with the sacred presence and holiness of Spirit. Holiness is wholeness in body, mind and spirit. I am a part of the universal Wholeness. I am at one with life.

I embrace the present moment experience of wholesome conscious living. I remain faithful to my sacred holy self as an integrated being enjoying a meaningful life. I know that the mighty grace of fortitude centers me, protects me and guides me in all my accomplishments. I rely on divine wisdom for my full and complete expression, which always expands to include the good of the whole. “Life is one perfect
Wholeness.”

I surrender to Spirit and accept that I am an open channel for its whole expression. I accept the fulfillment of this word and gratefully release it to the law that always responds by corresponding, and so it is!

Rev. Pam
02/18/15

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Enemies are Enablers of Unconditional Love – February 15, 2015

At the Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles, you will hear relevant messages, by Rev. Pam MacGregor, that you can apply to everyday life. This month’s theme is The Loving Embrace of Discipline.

Just hearing the word “discipline” can cause us to inwardly pull back, leaving a lingering bad taste from childhood or oppressive religious dogma, but as you will notice, discipline is very close to the word disciple. Perhaps the greatest discipline we will ever know is being a disciple of our Self, that consciousness within us that realizes our true nature and yearns to instruct us in the self-love, self-acceptance, and self-respect of which we are so deserving.

The topic on February 15, 2015 was Enemies are Enablers of Unconditional Love. Among our treasured gifts as human beings are those who love us and those whom we love. In Romans 12:10 we are encouraged to “Love one another with mutual affection and take delight in honoring one another.” As we mature in our capacity to both love and be loved, discord begins to dissolve and harmony begins to reign in our relationship with Life. It is then that we begin to honor others and ourselves, which is to say that the unifying factor of love enables us to no longer struggle against ourselves, others, and what is around us. We meet each moment fully; we meet it as a loving friend and use its contents to grow more love.

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Perfect Being, Perfect Self

I am a center of God-Conscious life. I am an individualized center and expression of God-Conscious life. The perfect self, that I am, lives and moves and has its being in God. I am eternally sustained in the Mind of God as a perfect idea.

All the intelligence of God Mind is the intelligence seeking expression in and through me. God-at-the center is peace and perfect understanding. The consciousness of perfect being can never be altered for that which God has given is forever. In the eyes of God, I am perfect, whole and complete right now.

The power of divine wisdom guides me. It reveals to me that which I need to know and it directs everything that I do. Divine intelligence brings new experiences into my life that are in direct alignment with my vision, intentions and highest aspirations. I attune myself with the perfection of pure spirit and am here to accept the expansion of that self-discovery by celebrating the delight of Truth.

I rejoice with gratitude for knowing and accepting the power of these words as complete and absolute, and so it is!

Rev. Pam
2/11/15

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Love: The Dissolver of Discord and Creator of Harmony – February 8, 2015

At the Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles, you will hear relevant messages, by Rev. Pam MacGregor, that you can apply to everyday life. This month’s theme is The Loving Embrace of Discipline.

Just hearing the word “discipline” can cause us to inwardly pull back, leaving a lingering bad taste from childhood or oppressive religious dogma, but as you will notice, discipline is very close to the word disciple. Perhaps the greatest discipline we will ever know is being a disciple of our Self, that consciousness within us that realizes our true nature and yearns to instruct us in the self-love, self-acceptance, and self-respect of which we are so deserving.

The topic on February 8, 2015 was Love: Dissolver of Discord and Creator of Harmony. Among our treasured gifts as human beings are those who love us and those whom we love. In Romans 12:10 we are encouraged to “Love one another with mutual affection and take delight in honoring one another.” As we mature in our capacity to both love and be loved, discord begins to dissolve and harmony begins to reign in our relationship with Life. It is then that we begin to honor others and ourselves, which is to say that the unifying factor of love enables us to no longer struggle against ourselves, others, and what is around us. We meet each moment fully; we meet it as a loving friend and use its contents to grow more love.

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Love Harmonizes

God is love and I am the expression of God. It is my nature to express love and to be loving. Love is not attachment or need or found outside of myself, it is where I come from. I am so conscious of love, as God-in-me, there is no discord in me, no resentment and no bitterness.

Genuine love is unconditional and self-less. Beyond words, love is a courageous and serving action, not dependent on good feelings. Love is the harmonious expression of life, excluding no one and embracing the whole of life. Harmony is courteous, grateful and healing. Love cares about others, respects others, honors others and is all-forgiving.

Love is not love until I give it away. I know love through loving. Love lifts me out of my littleness and moves me to release my greatness. Divine love harmonizes my being and I am at peace. I rejoice and give thanks, knowing that the love of God is the true activity of life, I let this be, and so it is!

Rev. Pam
2/4/15

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Healing the Worry Habit – February 1, 2015

At the Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles, you will hear relevant messages, by Rev. Pam MacGregor, that you can apply to everyday life. This month’s theme is The Loving Embrace of Discipline.

Just hearing the word “discipline” can cause us to inwardly pull back, leaving a lingering bad taste from childhood or oppressive religious dogma, but as you will notice, discipline is very close to the word disciple. Perhaps the greatest discipline we will ever know is being a disciple of our Self, that consciousness within us that realizes our true nature and yearns to instruct us in the self-love, self-acceptance, and self-respect of which we are so deserving.

The topic on February 1, 2015 was Healing the Worry Habit. When we worry, it’s as if our whole world is devolving rather than evolving. That’s because worry dismantles our self-trust and trust in the laws governing the universe. Every time we worry we put on our spiritual brakes; we resist, and what we resist persists. We cannot run from our worries because they are portable; they follow us. So let us learn how to skillfully work with the energy of worry, how to transmute it into an energy that no longer paralyzes us and instead leads us to constructive, healing solutions to our challenges.

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