The power of our thoughts and feelings allows us to manifest our desires. The challenge is in harnessing our ever shifting perspectives so that we can focus upon the thoughts that can make a positive difference. In this excerpt from the book by Harold W. Becker, Internal Power, Seven Doorways to Self Discovery, he shares that learning to recognize and work with our thoughts consciously allows our awareness and experience of life to unfold its potential. The key is to be open to change and express ourselves from a higher perspective on life. Our past is but a memory and the future is in our imagination, right now in the present moment is our true point of power.
In this video, Philip Snow guides us in a special meditation with the theme, unconditional love is who you are. Written and narrated by Philip Snow with music by gracious volunteers as a gift for The Love Foundation.
In this video, Harold W. Becker shares... we are forever surrounded by love. From the rays of the sun that nurture and sustain life on our precious planet, to extending a helping hand to another in need, our existence is found within this unifying principle we know in our heart as love. Life itself is the expression of unconditional love and you are here right now simply because you are a magnificent presence of this same love.
In this message, Harold W. Becker shares... There are moments when we reach beyond our daily affairs, hopes and concerns and unite with the very fabric of life. We may be enjoying a spectacular sunset and our awareness expands and merges into the colors of the sky itself. Or perhaps while quietly humming a sweet melody, we begin vibrating in complete harmony with our own being. Gazing into the eyes of another we witness eternity. These are the instances where we connect and remember the grandness of life and realize our deepest truth.
In this excerpt from the book, Internal Power Seven Doorways to
Self Discovery by Harold W. Becker, he shares If we want to experience
life to the fullest, we first have to discover who we are. We need to
discern what is important to us in life personally.