At the heart of the matter – your personality contains all of the elements that you need to be successful. It is the outer expression of your inner dynamics.
Deep in the middle of all that floods you psychologically is a center of peace and poise that gives you command of your world beyond what logical thinking can understand.
Your potential is immense; your talents beyond measure, and yet you still wonder if you have what it takes to make your ideals real. Ah, such human insanity!
Jesus not only believed in God; he believed he was God – “The father and I are one and the father is greater than I.” If he believed that he and “the father” are one, did he not believe that he contained the same creative power as “the father”?
Jesus also said, “If you believe as I believe, the works I have done, you too can do.” That’s pretty clear. Is he not saying, “Imagine what you could do if you believed ‘the father’ and you were one”?
All evidence points to the fact that God you are when it comes to you and when it comes to your life. When it comes to your reality – you are the big decision-maker. And furthermore, your decisions make major incisions into the world that you feel is solid and real.
“Then why,” you ask, “if all of that is true, do I experience success spasmodically at best?”
Nothing other than your mistaken opinions about yourself, which give you feelings of confusion and doubt, stop you from succeeding continually. I suppose therapists would call it conditioned thinking.
You become an awesomely powerful personality by understanding that your potential is immense and your talent beyond measure, and when it comes to you and your world – if it is to be it is up to thee!
Could it possibly be true that if you believe as Jesus believed, the works you want done, you are capable of doing! Truly, truly, truly –only when you accept that statement, not as fantasy but as actual fact, will you experience the naturally spontaneous release of the awesomely powerful you.
When I speak of Jesus, I reference him as an incredible human being who was a demonstration of what we may be if we believed in ourselves as he believed in himself. I am not referencing Jesus as religions interpret him to be.
I ask you, “Do you know yourself as fully as you should?”