Staci Hilton

Dear Family and Friends,

When I allow the human world to fill me up with frustration, irritation, and a sense of hopelessness, my work is to release my attachment from judgment to get back to my birthright of freedom. One of the ways in which I get myself back in touch with my higher self is to read, This Thing Called You by Dr. Ernest Holmes. This was my go to this morning after hearing about the latest tragedy in Maine. Please read it with me and know that we have an incredible opportunity and in my opinion, responsibility, to keep ourselves awake, alive and alert to all possibilities that promote peace, love, and joy for all.

I know that every apparent death is a resurrection; therefore, today, gladly I die to everything that is unlike the good.
Joyfully, I am resurrected into that which is beautiful, enduring and true.
Silently I pass from less to more, from isolation into inclusion, from separation into oneness.
The perfect Law of Good is operating through me.
Joyfully I accept It.
Joyfully I permit Its action in everything that I do.
I know that my recognition of good is the substance of the good which I recognize, and I know that this good is ever taking form in my experience.
It is impossible for me to be separated from my good.
Today, realizing that there is nothing in my past which can rise against me, nothing in my future which can menace the unfoldment of my experience, life shall be an eternal adventure, and unfolding experience of greater and better experiences.
Evolution is onward, upward, forward, outward, expansive—–“I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.”
Today I exult in this abundant life.
I revel in the contemplation of the immeasurable future, the path of eternal progress, the everlastingness of my own being, the ongoing of my soul, the daily renewed energy and action of that Divinity within me, which has forever set the stamp of individualized Being on my mind.

And So It Is!
Rev Staci