Forty Day Prosperity Plan Day 18

Today we discuss the High Road of abundant prosperity and what that means to us. To us, it’s a God perspective – seeing the big picture. This High Road helps us to see more of the plan and think of things that way that God does. It helps us to see past the definition of prosperity as only money.

The High Road helps us to serve for the joy of serving and to choose our actions based upon our purposes. When we work within our passions and desires, we share more joy and rise up above the trivial, mundane boredom. We also enjoy seeing the resources, power, knowledge and help that we have behind us from this higher perspective.

We also discuss what the ‘years the locusts have eaten’ means to us as well. We no longer see our past as ‘wasted time’ but as strength-building for our today. It has brought us to where we are today. The things we have to day more than makes up for all those years. We do the best we can and we can’t see the forest for the trees until we get to the High Road.

Replacing the capitalized words with the words ‘God’ and ‘Energy’ give us a better understanding that every thing is God and we all serve the same God. It’s ALL about God. Only God.

Today remember that God has ALL power and He can restore the years the locusts have eaten for you too!

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  1. Vivian Miller says

    Locusts….what locusts? It is interesting when I think of the template that laid there waiting for me to crawl into and take shape. All the paths I crossed and that crossed me that led to who I am today is something to be grateful for. The fact that I had to repeat lessons a number of times because I just didn’t get it was my doing, but a part of the plan.

    Spirit within me as unlimited source…hmmmm. That is interesting and profound. I know my thoughts can take me down alleyways I would never want an enemy to visit. I have to constantly stand guard at the gate of my ego and keep the higher thought and know that the Universe, God, Goddess has my best interest at heart. I keep telling myself that I don’t know the HOW, but I know I am loved and a high road walker. I have no alternative, but to appreciate what I have and do what I can to be of service.

  2. Vivian Miller says

    Interestingly, our study group today discussed the power of renunciation (one of the 12 powers). To let go and let Godwas the corresponding theme.

    Renunciation is a word I was uncomfortable with possibly because its an old word or it sparks some old unhealed . As we discussed it, i thought of the principle today. In thinking of letting go of the old stuff, I thought of the restoration of the years the locusts had eaten. I thought of the strength I have developed through adversity and I am thankful for that.

    I don’t know what lies ahead, but I feel good knowing a Divine Presence is leading me to make better decisions. The trust is coming.

  3. Vivian Miller says

    I can’t even remember some of the things that I regretted in past years, but the things I do remember were building blocks to my strengths today. Also my remembrance is more about how I characterized events rather than the events themselves. I felt so unempowered and helpless. I never knew my sense of power. Even when therapist told me I had power to change, I just couldn’t see it.

    Today, I see the strength that was fermenting waiting for my willingness to acknowledge it. God was there all the time and never force fed me, but supported me through the seemingly hopeless times.

    I think the locusts were my thoughts and the drama that I created. Now I see the good that emerged from all the different paths I crawled over which I left bloody tracks.

    I feel so worthy to have survived my craziness. There is much to be accomplished yet with a new attitude and opportunity to be of service.

    • Wow Vivian. You have given me a lot to consider here and I am grateful. I had a past I would rather forget and now I am looking at it a bit differently because of your thoughts. I have never thought of myself as “worthy to have survived”. That is a new thought for me and one I will pray about. Thank you!

  4. I am really enjoying watching these videos, your natural approach is easy to watch and listen to. Thank you for doing this, I really appreciate it..

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