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Five Basic Principles of Truth

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Principle One

There is only one Presence and one Power active in the universe; God the good, omnipotent.

 

The everywhere present Spirit of Absolute good is readily available to all and is equally present to all.  "An infinite God can give all of Himself to each of His children.  He does not distribute Himself that each may have a part, but to each one, He gives all of Himself as fully as if there were no others."  ~A.W. Tozer

 

"God is all, both invisible and visible.  One Presence, Knowledge and Power is all.  This One that is All is Perfect Life, Love, Intelligence, and Substance." (Statement of Fundamentals)

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Principle Two

Our essence is of God; therefore, we are inherently good.

 

Jesus taught that we are both human and divine.  We are spiritual beings, living in a spiritual universe, governed by spiritual laws.  We are an individualized expression of God.  As children of God, we are heirs to all the richness and goodness of God, endowed with the attributes and qualities of God through which we can be freed from all limitation.  "Man is a piece of the Universe made alive."  ~Emerson

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Principle Three

We are co-creators with God, creating reality through thoughts held in mind.

 

Our throughts are the most powerful part of ourselves.  We call this the "Law of Mind Action."  Thoughts held in mind produce after their kind; form follows thought.

 

We are thinking beings.  God's greatest gift to us is the power of thought.  change your thoughts and change your life.

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ePrinciple Four

Through prayer and meditation, we align our heart and mind with God.  Denials and affirmations are tools we use.

 

Prayer is talking to God, meditation is listening to God.  Our God is not a reluctant God.  We pray not to change God's Mind, but to change our mind or consciousness to receive the gifts and joys that have already been prepared for us.

 

Prayer is not a begging or pleading.  It is knowing that connecting to the mighty force for good that dwells within.  Emerson said, "Prayer is contemplating the facts of life from the highest point of view."  Prayer is saying yes to what we want to experience in life.

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Principle Five

Through throughts, words and actions, we live the Truth we know.

 

We have to live these Truth Principles to the best of our knowledge every day and in every way.  It is up to us to speak words of health, wealth, success and abundance.  We must go into action and apply the principles in all of life's experiences.