This weeks reading in The Master Key System by Haanel talks about the power of words, again referring to the fact that what we think we manifest. And our emotions determine our experience. I enjoyed digging in to the following sentence.
In 15 number 24 he says “There is a principle of Mathematics, but none of error; there is a principle of health, but none of disease; there is a principle of truth, but none of dishonesty; there is a principle of light, but none of darkness, and there is a principle of abundance, but none of poverty.”
One of the definitions that I found for principle is “a primary source.” This is interesting to consider while thinking about the above statement. I take it to mean there is no primary source for error, disease, dishonesty, darkness and poverty. Wow! Doesn’t that give us freedom from a lot of fears? If these things have no source do they have reality?
One cannot argue the principle of Mathematics. 1 plus 1 is 2. There is no other answer!
No primary source for disease? Health is man’s true nature. Genesis 1 tells us that God saw everything that he had made and it was very good. Disease was not of God’s creation therefore it has no source. Haanel has told us that the “I” is spiritual. The spiritual “I” cannot experience disease. Neither can man experience disease. Keep this in thought the next time you are not feeling well and see what happens! What we think about will manifest. As we have been repeating “I am whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy!” Can you be harmonious and experience disease? I don’t think so.
One morning a few months ago I awoke early feeling that I had the symptoms of a cold. It seemed that I had a stuffy nose, sore throat and all. I thought to myself “this is NOT part of my day.” I fell back to sleep and when I woke later all of the symptoms were gone! I had a harmonious day.
It’s easy to understand the unreality of darkness. You turn on a light and darkness is
gone! It is the absence of light. Darkness has no source. Even so, dishonesty and poverty have no source. Haanel has referred to unlimited supply. Therein is our abundance. Since abundance has a source it is always there for all of us!
Thinking about words and looking up their meaning has been an important part of this MKMMA experience for me. It sure gives you a lot to contemplate and learn.