The Master Key System, Part One #6 – We Need Meditation, or is it Medication?

There is a world within – a world of thought and feeling and power; of light and life and beauty and, although invisible, its forces are mighty.
We must turn inward to gain power, for our power comes from within. For us, sitting in nature and in the quiet helps us to find that inner world… that peace that only comes by turning inward. That inner peace is powerful.

I sit down a glass of muddy water. But as I sit, the dirt falls to the bottom and I become more clear and aligned with my true nature, with God, and with Truth. None of my problems seem as big after I turn inward. There is power inside this inner, invisible world that we each possess.

We refer to the 100th monkey. You can read more about that here.

I apologize up front for the giggles that I couldn’t seem to get rid of in today’s video. We are definitely having fun with this study! What about you? What does today’s reading bring up for you? Please share with us below in the comments. If you are enjoying the videos, please share them with a friend!


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Comments

  1. Pam Ragan says:

    I’m good at Happy. (for the most part) I can do that! 😉

  2. Pam Ragan says:

    Y’all are a hoot! I love it!

    I remember getting up “early” at the beach during the earlier HutsonClan trips, Cindy, and you would already be down at the beach by yourself. I remember wishing (and still do) that I could do that. I knew you must’ve been channeling something that soothed your soul. I enjoy my alone time, but I can’t just be still. My brain won’t stop. Multi-task/thought overload. I never thought I was “scared” of it – but since y’all said that – maybe I am. hmmmmm…interesting. Put it this way – I enjoy my Alone time – but I don’t know how to enjoy my Quiet time. Sad, isn’t it? Maybe I’m just sort of shallow in that way. I don’t know. Maybe I’m just ADD…because I can’t even get through my prayers appropriately. I just have to trust that God knows my heart. He knows my thoughts before I do…hope He can keep up. Lol! Enjoying your posts! Laugh on…it’s good for ya!!!! – and for us!!

    • Yes, I was definitely channeling some good stuff at the beach! As I said in the video, it REALLY helps if I journal. I rarely ever go back and read my journals, but something about writing it out (or typing it out) seems to get it out of my head and into the real world. It helps me to see things more clearly. I often get ‘aha’ moments while I’m journaling and see things in a totally new way than I ever have before. It seems to be the time when I have more thoughts that MUST have come from God because they just seem too good to come from little ol’ me.

      I started my ‘quiet times’ when the kids were really small and I NEEDED that time before they all got up in the mornings. Once the three of them got up there was no more ‘peace’. Since they were all homeschooled, it wasn’t like I could send them off to school and have peace in the house. Since Randy worked at home too, there was rarely any alone time except at 3 or 4 in the morning. That became my time to spend with God in the stillness and quiet.

      I remember those mornings on the beach. Several times a storm would roll in before any of you guys woke up and I would sit there in awe of God’s power and beauty. I did a lot of working on the inner world to keep my sanity in the outer world 🙂 I survived those days.

      I had the same problem with the multi-tasking/thought overload (maybe it’s a Hutson trait?), but I finally realized that God was IN those multi-task/thought overload thoughts too. For me, it is my creative nature (my God-self) coming out and nudging me in the right direction. I have so many great ideas during those times that I get frustrated because there isn’t going to be enough time to get them all done. I then have to choose the best over the good. My suggestion is to be easy on yourself. Just relax into it. Don’t try so hard. Just be the beautiful Pam that you are. Be the soul that God created you to be. You can’t get it wrong and you’ll never get it all done. The object is to be happy. Always choose happiness. My calendar this morning says, “Always, when you don’t know what you want, want happiness; and when you don’t know what to do, do anything. You can start today.” (tut.com, Mike Dooley) I truly believe that God created us for pleasure – for us to be happy. And that’s our goal. Just be happy. Always reach for the happy thought. Let the unhappy thoughts drift away. Just be happy in this moment. Happy moments lead to happy hours. Happy hours lead to a happy life. Choose happiness. If you can’t be still, then don’t. Dance. Rub your cute little dog. See God in all of it.

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