429 Day 29 of a 40-Day Practice


MY MISSION STATEMENT - I am devoted, dedicated, committed to experiencing Your Presence, Father consciously, consistently within me and everywhere present. I want to know, to realize, to live for Your Will for me, empowered by Your loving grace. My mission in now clear, I need, I want to share all I am given with whomever You Will, Father. I look to You as my only Source to provide me with everyone and everything it takes to carry out the Mission You gave me. Thank You.


How prompt can I admit I am off my mission path? If I embrace what I first resist, I can be petty prompt. The moment I catch myself Spiritually, mentally, physically, emotionally or socially experiencing negativity, fear or anger, I can choose how to view it. # 1. I can accept and own that it is coming out of my personal "reality". #2. Because someone or something outside me triggered it I can explain or blame something other than me, then I lose my right of choice. #3. If I own it I can discredit it as useless, too limited or harmful without delay. After building a habit of addressing the problem quickly I know when I’ve fallen in an old rut and I am off my mission path. Without delay I can choose once again to step back on my loving mission path.

As the result of my practicing our Program in every major area in my life I have been able to build an Early Warning System. I can catch my falling into an old rut and get out of it quickly and avoid becoming a rut-dweller. At times it feels like I entered a dark place, so I choose to turn on the light and realize the darkness was only an illusion I made up. Once I make a decision to get out of the rut I enter a different mind set. Then I can start to feel out for our Father's Omnipresence here and now. I can stop justifying my wrong, I can accept my experience of that wrong as coming out of that part of my personal " reality" I want replaced. This makes it much easier to discredit it and surrender it to our Boss to be corrected. Then I can focus on what I do want instead of what I do not want.

Step Ten; Continued to take personal Inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.


How prompt can you catch your wrong, admit and accept it and turn to the Solution?

Have you built an Early Warning System? (Go to Step Ten in our Workbook)