Daily Dose for the Soul

Be receptive. The universal mind is ready to respond to any­ one who recognizes their true relationship to it. It will reproduce whatever conception of itself you impress upon it. In other words, it’s receptive to all who remain in harmony with it and stay in a relationship of reverence for it. The issue becomes a question of your receptivity to the power of intention. Stay connected and know you will receive all that this power is capable of offering. Take it on by yourself as separate from the universal mind (an impossibility, but nevertheless, a strong belief of the ego), and you remain eternally disconnected.

The nature of the universal mind is peaceful. It isn’t receptive to force or violence. It works in its own time and rhythm, allow­ ing everything to emanate by and by. It’s in no hurry because it’s outside of time. It’s always in the eternal now. Try getting down on your hands and knees and hurrying along a tiny tomato plant sprout. Universal Spirit is at work peacefully, and your attempts to rush it or tug new life into full creative flower will destroy the entire process. Being receptive means allowing your “senior partner” to handle your life for you. ” I accept the guidance and assistance of the same-force that created me, I let go of my ego, and I trust in this wis­dom to move at its own peaceful pace. I make no demands on it.” This is how the all-creating field of intention creates. This is how you must think in order to reconnect to your Source. You practice med­itation because it allows you to receive the inner knowing of making conscious contact with God. By being peaceful, quiet, andreceptive, you pattern yourself in the image of God, and you regain the power of your Source.

Reference : The Power of Intention. Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

5 Comments Add yours

    1. GS says:

      If productivity asks the question, “How can I create more effectively?” then receptivity poses the question, “How can I receive more effectively?”


  1. DiosRaw says:

    Wonderful. 🙏❤


    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked it. Being receptive effectively means receiving knowledge, ideas, and inspiration from a variety of sources and inputs. It acknowledges all of the work that we do every day to process and make sense out of the signals that are around us all the time.

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