PONDER on THIS for Friday, November 7th, 2008 by Pete Koerner in THE BELIEF FORMULA

“There is a great power which lies within each of us. Throughout history, great spiritual leaders, teachers, and healers have been well aware of such power and have gone to great lengths to share the knowledge of this power with mankind. While many of these individuals were killed for their beliefs and teachings, their messages were nonetheless true and enduring.

Despite different religious interpretations of these messages, as well as the obvious problems with translating ideas and concepts from one language to another, close scrutiny of most spiritual teachings reveals a common thread of truth throughout. That truth is that we are much more than we think we are and we are capable of things which most of us can hardly imagine. Even more profound is the fact that such astonishing power is our birthright – our inheritance. We arrive here equipped and fully loaded with miraculous capabilities.

An intriguing point within all of this is the fact that we each possess these powers whether we choose to use them, or not. Also interesting is the fact that you do not have to subscribe to any particular set of beliefs, religious or otherwise, in order to claim your inheritance.”

Pete Koerner in “The Belief Formula”

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