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"YET, POSITIVE STATEMENTS CAN BE MADE IN SUCH A WAY THAT NOTHING CAN DESTROY THEM. If we say "WITH GOD'S HELP," or "WITH THE HELP OF THE GREAT LAW I am going to do that," such a statement covers the whole ground, because NEITHER GOD NOR THE GREAT LAW HAVE OPPOSITES. ... The world is not divided between good and evil. The Great Principle is the ONLY ONE; and IT IS ALL."

Eugene Fersen
Science of Being, page 189
Is there evil in the world? ... Yes. Why? … Because it is the collective and accumulated subconscious negative energy from all humanity. And, it is very contagious.

We do evil things. We are not evil, we are temporarily insane. We’ve lost reasoning, logic, common sense, consciousness. We’ve fallen into a dark, dark hole. Into the subconscious ego of negative energy, that generates more negative thoughts and emotions of hate and fear.

It scares us.

Deep inside we know that we are responsible for our own condition, our own creations of negative, evil. And that is very scary to us because we have to take responsibility for it and eventually do something about it.  

There is no little devil on our shoulder or satan making us do horrible things and giving us a reason to say, “The devil made me do it.” Nor is there a vengeful, selective god. The Great Causeless Cause is ubiquitous rather than selective. It is negative traits in our subconscious ego, which we created, that tempt us to do negative, harmful things.

Be brave.

If we want to experience happiness, peace, become fearless and fulfill our soul purpose then we have to actually do something to harmonize ourselves. The more we try to understand the negative, the terrible things we as humans do the better. We face negativity so that we might release it.

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“When the forward movement of the Law of Rhythm starts, let us use its power in every possible direction. No matter what we will endeavor to do during that time, it is bound to be a success, but when the backward movement starts again, then we must be careful, watch, and refuse to be carried away by that movement.  The more we act that way, the more and more do we neutralize that law, and by and by we will notice that those backward movements will become weaker and weaker till they will disappear entirely, leaving only the forward movements. When we have reached that condition, the storm on the sea of our lives will come to an end and we can say we have mastered that law of Rhythm; the negative operation of it will cease, leaving only the positive force, which then will help us all the time.”

Eugene Fersen
Science of Being, pages 202-203

You can take advantage of the law of Rhythm to improve your character and habits from the past. When you feel the stirring of energy, focus it on an area of your life that needs improvement. Remember, you are not tied to the same old way of doing things! When you are inspired to change, you are building freedom in your life.
I have been using the laws to improve my health by adding activity like walking, to improve my energy and mood, and adding more colorful and flavorful foods to my diet, like fresh fruits and vegetables. By eating the best produce and foods available, it crowds out the cravings for processed and sugar filled foods. I am enjoying what I am eating without feeling deprived. My improvement has been steady and I am feeling free from past ideas, mistakes and preconceived notions of myself.

How can I use the spiritual laws to improve my character?

“To allow oneself to be carried away by a multitude of conflicting concerns, to surrender to too many demands, to commit oneself to too many projects, to want to help everyone in everything is to succumb to violence. The frenzy of the activist neutralizes his or her work for peace.”

Thomas Merton, 1915-1968
Catholic writer, theologian, poet, social activist, and student of comparative religion

Being Grateful

Having been recently unemployed, you would think that being angry and blaming the employers, the economy, etc. would be on the top my thoughts. You'd be right, but only for a brief moment. You see, if you allow your higher-self to be the guide, a breath of gratefulness fills any void of negative, stopping the sub from gaining the upper-hand and augmenting itself. Your awareness of things greater than yourself comes into focus. Helping others who will eventually succumb to the same unemployment hazard will flow naturally. Other examples of gratitude are my family's health and wellbeing, the basics like food, shelter and clothing. Having the knowledge to understand that being unemployed is not the end, so now is the time to incorporate this gratefulness into my next occupation. Giving thanks for one's awareness in knowing when to ask for help is as important as assisting others.

Thank You, JKWLB

"... the Law of Rhythm, which operates in conjunction with the Law of Polarity and is in fact the same Law under another and more momentous aspect. The Law of Polarity can be likened to the second hand of a watch, ticking off the individual events of your life, while the Law of Rhythm is the minute hand which sweeps down and up in its majestic circuit, summing up in its progress all the flying fractions measured out by its busy associate."

Eugene Fersen
The Fundamental Principles of Science of Being, page 186
Chili for a crowd

1 ½ lb. ground chuck
1 tablespoon oil (optional)
1 large onion (diced)
4 to 5 stalks of celery (diced)
1 large green pepper (diced)
4 cloves minced garlic
2 15oz. cans of diced tomatoes with chili seasoning
4 cans of pinto beans
1 can of light red kidney beans
1 6oz. can of tomato paste
½ to 1 tablespoon of chili seasoning
½ to 1 tablespoon of chipotle chili seasoning
½ to 1 tablespoon of cumin
3 tablespoons of Worcestershire sauce
Couple of dashes of tobacco sauce
½ tablespoon of Chalula sauce (optional)
Optional toppings:
Shredded cheddar cheese
Sour cream
Chopped green onions
Brown the ground chuck and put in a colander to drain and rinse. Saute the onions, green pepper and celery until almost soft in oil or leftover fat from ground chuck. Add the minced garlic and saute for 1 to 2 more minutes. Drain the onions, green pepper, celery and garlic to remove any remaining oil. Place cooked ground beef, cooked veggies and all remaining ingredients in a large stockpot to simmer for 30 minutes.*  Serve with toppings if desired.

* At this point, you can place in a slow cooker for either 4 hours on high or 8 hours on low.

Got leftover chili? Why just reheat it when you can make ...

Chili spaghetti
Reheated leftover chili

16oz. cooked thin spaghetti noodles
Shredded cheddar cheese
Sour cream
Chopped green onions
Chopped green pepper
Diced tomato
Sliced jalapeno peppers
Serve reheated chili over cooked spaghetti. Everyone can select their own toppings to personalize their chili spaghetti.

"An analysis of the Substance of this Universe, therefore, reveals Four Fundamental Powers ever present and ever manifest as the Basis of Its being - Motion, Intelligence, Law and Attraction."

Eugene Fersen
Is there a GOD?, page 214
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