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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, May 29th, 2020 by Susan Shumsky in ASCENSION

“In every moment, through every thought, word, and deed, you engage in karma (action). Every action has an affect, not only upon yourself, but also the entire universe. Your actions do not stop with the boundary of your skin. They affect everyone. Every positive or negative thought, word, or deed contributes to either positive or negative vibrations in the universe. Every action has consequences for everyone and everything. Your subconscious mind is the repository of every piece of karma you create. Throughout your life, a memory bank, filled with every experience, gets stored in your subconscious mind. Those memories establish habit patterns. You habitually act in certain ways, because you were taught to act that way by parents, role models, and society.

Your patterns create a “mental law”—a set of rules that you have accepted over time. Your mental law may consist of many statutes, such as, “I am always prosperous,” or “I am not very popular,” or “I am beautiful,” or “I am fat.” Your “mental law” could not exist without the karmic law, which states that every thought, word, and deed has consequences. You are responsible for creating every action, and your mental law, or set of mental beliefs, manifests every one of your experiences. These might be so-called “rewards” for your so-called “good deeds,” or so-called “punishments” for your so-called “sins.” Both rewards and punishments are solely your creations, magnetized by your own set of beliefs.”

Susan Shumsky, D.D, in “Ascension”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

      
 



BEST of PONDER on THIS for Thursday, May 28th, 2020 by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer in PULLING YOUR OWN STRINGS

“Loyalty does not mean slavery. You can be faithful to any organization and devote yourself to its tasks with honesty and integrity without having to become its servant. The most important person in the world, to whom you should be unswervingly loyal, is yourself. You only have one life, and to let some business, or other institution, control it is particularly foolish, when you consider that so many more alternatives are available. Loyalty is misused when people are given less importance than profits, and when the human spirit is sacrificed for the name of good old “Anything, Inc.”…

Any executive who can’t leave his desk doesn’t belong behind the desk at all. But you are the executive of your own life, and you can actively plan to use your own time in ways that are loyal to your chosen institutions, but which also lead to your happiness, health, and most important, fulfillment.”

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, in “Pulling Your Own Strings”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

      
 



BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, May 27th, 2020 by Gloria Wendroff in HEAVENLETTERS

“Your life is not made up of what happens to you. Your life is made up of your light and your shining of it. This is not effort. This is letting go of effort which often wants to determine a particular outcome. But you are not so concerned with outcomes, for you are a shiner of light.

How does light shine? It just shines. It’s not afraid to. It does not rely on what other makes of it. Light is light, and it is made of itself. You reflect your light. You are reflecting it now as you read this. Your light permeates through all of existence. It radiates to the furthermost star, for you are a star-echoer. What else can a star do but shine?”

Gloria Wendroff, in “Heavenletters”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

      
 



BEST of PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, May 26th, 2020 by Pete Koerner in THE BELIEF FORMULA

“If you only had to take a few minutes and try some simple techniques which have been documented for thousands of years as having amazing potential, in order to achieve any desire you could possibly imagine, wouldn’t you want to know about that? Wouldn’t you want someone to give you that super-power, if they could? Well, you already have it. No one can take it from you, but they can program you to forget how to access it; and this is exactly what culture does via mass consciousness. You can’t keep pieces in a machine if the pieces are all aware that they have the same power as the machine – especially if the pieces don’t like the way the machine works!

You have as much power as anyone, or anything; you need only realize this and unlock your hidden power. There are no special abilities or requirements one must possess before accessing this power, for “He maketh his sun rise on the evil and the good.” One need only accept their birthright; it is earned at birth and learned through use. There is no such thing as not being good enough, or not being worthy. We are all creators; and this is our power.”

Pete Koerner, in “The Belief Formula”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

      
 


BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, May 25th, 2020 by Justine Toms in SMALL PLEASURES, FINDING GRACE IN A CHAOTIC WORLD

“At least once a year I have a psychic checkup, and at my last visit my psychic doctor gave me a wonderful game to play when I get into those negative loops. It’s called, the “Wouldn’t It Be Wonderful?” game and it goes like this: When you find yourself stuck, looping around and around a problem, ask yourself, “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if…” Then play around with some fabulous, even outlandish scenarios. For example…wouldn’t it be wonderful if Jews, Muslims, and Christians in the Middle East all laid down their weapons and began to live in peace with one another? Wow, my imagination really goes wild with that possibility!

When you play this game you’ll notice it not only benefits your mind, but your whole body starts to relax as you engage all kinds of fun and amazing possibilities. It is especially good for your adrenal glands, which produce three major classes of hormones that are essential for your day-to-day ability to handle stress…So next time you wake up in the middle of the night with anxieties and worries, remember to turn on your light by asking yourself, Wouldn’t it be wonderful if…?”

Justine Toms, in “Small Pleasures, Finding Grace in a Chaotic World”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

      
 


 

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