The eagle offers Hope, Vision, Strength, Power, Freedom, Inspiration & Magnificence. When it rains, most birds head for shelter. The eagle is the only bird that in order to avoid the rain, flies above the clouds. An eagle can identify a rabbit moving almost […]
From Studies in Truth by Roy Eugene Davis:
“Replace Harmful and Non-useful Habits With Constructive and Useful Habits. Choose thoughts, emotions, behaviors, relationships, activities and environmental conditions that enhance your life and contribute to your total well-being.
Avoid thoughts, moods, behaviors, relationships, activities and environmental conditions which are detrimental to your physical, psychological and spiritual health. Doing this is easier than trying to remember a long list of things to do or avoid.
Consider your current incarnation or situation as an opportunity to be fully conscious of your true nature and live without limitation. Complete Self-realization that liberates consciousness is the destiny of every soul.
Be thankful for the good fortune you have and for the freedom to explore that which will really enhance your life. Learn to nurture your spiritual qualities and bring them forth. Doing this will completely satisfy your desire and need to be soul-satisfied.
Live holistically by harmoniously integrating of the aspects of your life (spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, social, vocational, recreational, economic and environmental).
Attend to your formal spiritual duties first. Then consider everything else you do as also important for your well-being. Nurture optimism, confidence and rational thinking. Be innovative and willing to learn. Imagine that you have what you need or want for your well-being.
Nurture calmness, soul-contentment, cheerfulness and patience. Nurture your physical health with a positive mental attitude, nutritious food (organic when possible), appropriate exercise, sufficient sleep and recreation, fresh air and at least thirty minutes of daily exposure to natural light.
Be kind, generous and helpful to others. View your work as service and do it skillfully and with all of your heart.”
The MEGA Coach