You’ve heard the expression, “What goes around comes around,” and this is a rather clear statement of the working of Universal Law. The old computer acronym, “G.I.G.O.” tends to express what happens when we misuse this wonderful Law, while the Ancient Hermetic Philosophy wisely taught, “As above, so below.” The latter refers to the elevated use of the Law, as we form a higher idea, or mental equivalent in the Absolute and allow it to manifest in the relative world.
In the midst of what can be confusing, and when we do not know upon what we may rely, it is reassuring to remember that God is constant, eternal, and absolutely reliable. We utilize the same Infinite Intelligence and Creative Power that the Divine Mind uses, as we are individualizations of that Mind and co-creators with It. We are actually motivated wisely and lovingly by a Universal Presence which supports and cherishes us constantly. As we allow ourselves to be loved, sustained, and motivated by the Divine, so are we inspired to raise and praise others on their spiritual journeys.
We begin a new month tomorrow, and March’s theme is: “Encouragement.” This Sunday’s presentation will be, “The Universe Always Says ‘Yes’!” and we will be live streaming from the Inspiration Café. You may join us on line for our 10:30 Celebration by going to our website www.cslphilly.org and using the “Watch Now” button. If you scroll through the pages, you will find events, classes, previous Celebrations and Love Notes to view. Our four-week Zoom class, “Creative Relationships,” begins tonight, Tuesday, March 7th, from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. and continues through March 28th. Sign up right away in order to receive the handouts and the Zoom link.
Our Practitioners are ready and willing to receive your calls and can be reached by viewing the Practitioner Page on our website. They are trained to work with you, listening to your heart, and using spiritual tools to resolve human problems. They are here to assist in deepening consciousness for individuals, for our Community and beyond.
With great love and respect,