Everyday Spirituality

Everyday Spirituality


Experiencing Healing in a Scientific Manner

posted by Cheryl Petersen

Courtesy geekosystem

On June 5 and 6, it has been determined that the planet Venus will cruise between Earth and the sun, a crossing dubbed the “transit.” With proper eye wear, a viewer can see Venus in front of the back-drop of the sun.

Astronomer Johannes Kepler used math to calculate a transit in 1631. But, he didn’t see it because he lived in Germany, a location from where the transit simply could not be seen.

Astronomer Jeremiah Horrocks did a little calculation and realized a second transit would be visible 1639. Horrocks, stationed in England, and his buddy William Crabtree actually witnessed the transit of Venus in a scientific manner.

Now understood, Venus does this pass-by every 100 to 121 years. It happens whether witnessed or not. The transits of Venus are not only calculable but unstoppable.

I believe, when I have correct principles, and my consciousness is correctly positioned, that spiritual healing is calculable.

God is the only Principle, with principles of love, life, and truth. A consciousness filled with God, experiences the inevitable, spiritual healing. As much as I can’t stop a transit of Venus, I can’t stop the healing.

The point is not to pray for a healing. Healing is happening. Prayer is filling consciousness with life, truth, oneness, humility, spirit, self-control, productivity, timeless love, while positioning self to see what God has already done, revealed wellbeing, family, grace, strength—fait accompli.



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