BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, September 5th, 2012 by John Randolph Price in THE ANGELS WITHIN US

“Are you afraid of financial insufficiency in your old age, of the sudden appearance of a particular disease in your body, of some calamity befalling you, of losing your loved ones? Is there a fear of failure, loneliness, accidents, death?  

Identify your fears and face them – and see exactly what you are focusing on, what appearances you are judging. If you made a list of 101 fears, they would represent 101 conditions, situations, and ‘things’ WHICH HAVE NO EXISTENCE except in your mind.

The Tibetan master, D.K. (Djwhal Khul) has said, “The power of fear is enormously aggravated by the thoughtform we ourselves have built of our own individual fears and phobias. This thoughtform grows in power as we pay attention to it, for energy follows thought, till we become dominated by it.”

What about fearful situations that are pressing on you right at this moment, ones that are very real in terms of your life experience? Regardless of how genuine and factual each situation seems, you are only dealing with appearances, and it is up to you to decide how much power you want to give them.”
 
                 John Randolph Price in, “The Angels Within Us”
 
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