By Dr. Robet H. Bitzer
Creative Mind is always creative. That is the law of its
own being. It does not know that when we think thoughts of despair and entertain
fear we do not desire it to create these conditions. But it must obey our
thought. Since we have the power to choose that which we shall think we
can reject the thought which we do not want to objectify and consciously
choose the thoughts which will create the type experience which we desire.
This choice must be backed up by conviction. We must get
the feeling of our thought objectifying. It is this conviction, or feeling,
that gives thought its power. Our negative thoughts sometimes carry stronger
emotional feelings than out positive thoughts. Therefore, it is necessary
to cultivate strong feeling regarding our constructive desire. As we think
about it and mentally live that which we desire to express, our conviction
about it will grow. Feeling gives thought the warmth necessary for gestation.
The more we cultivate strong emotional feelings such as joy,
enthusiasm and zeal, the greater power we will give to our word. Through
choice of words we control our optimism and good cheer. We can expect things
to work out right. We can anticipate good. In this way we discover the law
of right action always operating to fulfill our positive, constructive word.
As we think at the center of our being, where all is good, our power assumes
form. Positive-ness is the only law of being. Thus our constructive word
comes to fruition.
- Robert H. Bitzer
The Time to Act
From Dr. Robert H. Bitzer - May, 1994
The time to act is when you get an idea. Ideas do not appear at random or
as casual experiences. Each idea has a pattern, a design and a plan. When
it appears, learn to act on it quickly. To ignore it or postpone it is to
deprive it of its power. To be effective the idea requires instant acceptance
on your part because it may involve a time element. Perhaps it cannot be
fulfilled for a week or on a certain date. Don’t let that deceive
you. When it appears you either accept it or reject it.
Although you may not think you can act on it on its due date,
the moment you receive it is the time for action. Therefore, affirm this
new project idea as acceptable by you this moment – that it is established
in Divine Principle and that everything necessary for complete fulfillment
is included now – this very moment.
Neglecting to take this affirmative, instantaneous action
of acceptance can result in all sorts of delays. The immediacy of the idea’s
creativity can be delayed only by you. Lack of recognition is a neutralizing
power. Don’t let this happen to you. It is not necessary to know how
the idea is going to be fulfilled, but it is necessary to know that Divine
Principle knows how, and includes that “know-how” as it is revealed
to you and unfolded in your consciousness. Keep your acceptance current.
Dr. Robert H. Bitzer ( 1896 - 1994)
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