Read Luke 4:31-44.
Man controls his thoughts and his feelings by the use of his innate power. A quickening from on high must precede his realization of dominion. "Ye shall receive power, when the Holy Spirit is come upon you."
Man is the power of God in action. The power to control his thinking is the highest gift given to man. There is a universal, creative force that urges man forward to the recognition of the creative power of individual thought.
The word Jehovah (Christ) is charged with spiritual power far above and beyond any other word in human language.
The power center in the throat is the open door between the formless and the formed worlds of vibration pertaining to the expression of sound. When the voice has united with the life of the soul, it takes on a sweetness and a depth that one feels and remembers. But sweeter and deeper still is the voice of one who has made union with Spirit and can say with Jesus, "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away."
I cultivate a loving attitude of mind toward everybody, and my voice is rich, warm, and mellow. As I pray and realize spiritual dominion, I feel vital and energetic and my voice is strong and vibrant and brilliant. Through these vibrations I feel Page 154 the power of unity with the higher self more quickly than in any other way. "All power is given unto me in heaven [mind] and in earth [body]."
In His name I affirm:
"All the issues of my life are stirred to action by the quickening Christ power, and I have dominion over my thoughts and my feelings."
Preceding Entry: Keep a True Lent 151-152: Love – 9th Day, Friday
Following Entry: Keep a True Lent 154: Imagination – 2nd Sunday