Sunday, July 01, 2001
mathematical necessity that thoughts of Love shall heal fear, hate,
Definition of "Science of Love" by Dr. Ernest Holmes
Under the Law of Love, the true nature of
Reality must be Love, unity and peace; in other words, a consciousness
of Love's true nature supercedes all other thoughts of consciousness and
heals them. As Dr. Holmes states above, thoughts of Love heal fear
and confusion. We can easily find the Principle that applies to
Love in the Bible in the Book of John: "Perfect
Love casts out all fear." This Principle is just as
dependable and precise as the principles of mathematics; 4 times 4
equals 16 - always, never more and never less. "Perfect
Love casts out all fear." Fear is the element that
separates us from friendship, good family relationships and most
importantly "significant intimate" relationships.
Love is the outpouring of Spirit or God. If we are not giving of
the Love that is within us or we are not letting ourselves be loved, we
are repressing the most important impulse that originates from God.
If we endeavor to withdraw from or repress tender
affection, we may withdraw from the very thing most needed for our
salvation, since love is truly the link between the human and the
Divine. We must reflect the Love from the Divine in order
to maintain both a healthy mind and a healthy body. This Love is
so powerful that repressing it can be disastrous to both our mental
health and our physical health.
We must be careful that in our efforts to realize that God Is Love, that
we don't fail to strengthen our faith in our ability to reflect that
Love. Our ability to reflect Divine Love is
just as real as Love itself. We are
the reflection of Love, and we must acknowledge this fact. God Is
Love and this Love must be reflected through us. But, most
of us move through life not understanding that the Love we seek can only
be equal to the Love that we reflect. We create more Love in our
lives by understanding the Principle, "perfect Love casts out all
fear." Using this Principle we know that nothing or no one
determines the amount of Love reflected in our experiences but us.
Fear keeps us separate and apart from Love. Most importantly, fear
keeps us from loving ourselves.
We cannot make anyone love us. We can let our self be
must let go and let God be the Giver of Love. We cannot let
ourselves be loved as long as we hold lingering thoughts and beliefs in
our consciousness that we are somehow unlovable. This can never be
true for the image of our self that we love must be the awareness that
we are created in the image and the likeness of God. We
must begin by loving ourselves, unconditionally, and never allow
ourselves to put anyone out of our heart. For most of us this
requires time in prayer, meditation and communion with God.
"To love is to have power, and to be loved is to be given more
power. Let all that ye do be done in love."
I Cor. 16:14
So It Is!
Letting Love use me
in Its own Good Way,