Week 17 THJ

>Lets for a moment think about the Physical Mind when asks “Which right?” back to the Higher Mind, as other way of asking,

“What I’m I pretending not to know?”

And wouldn’t that be a show of lack of faith?

It’s as if the Physical Mind wanted so much to be up there, real high, and got discouraged of ever reaching up and try to touch creation on the other end, like Haanel talks about in

17-12 “The mind may place an ideal a little too high and fall short of the mark; it may attempt to soar on untrained wings and instead of flying, fall to earth; but that is no reason for not making another attempt.”

There’s a little place at the bottom of my daily planner where quotes appear, I love it. ¿Today’s?

Christian Friederich Hebbel “The issue is the problem; the form, the solution.”

I love it because it has enough room and I just scribble those great lines I come across. Today says

Luke 12:27-28 “Consider how the wildflowers grow, they do not labor or spin. Yet I tell you, not even Salomon in all his splendour was dressed like one of these. If that is how God clothes the grass of the field, which is here today, and tomorrow is throw into the fire, how much more will he clothe you–you of little faith!”

Let’s take a moment and appreciate the flowers bloom and get inside the spirit of things by acknowledging that we as them are in the dynamic flow of giving and receiving.


>Pensemos por un momento en la Mente Física cuando pregunta “¿Cuál derecha?” De vuelta a la Mente Superior, como otra forma de preguntar:

“¿Qué es lo que estoy fingiendo no saber?”

Y ¿no sería eso una muestra de falta de fe?

Es como si la Mente Física deseara tanto estar allí arriba, realmente alta, y se desanimó de volver a mirar hacia arriba e intentar tocar la creación del otro lado, como Haanel habla en

17-12 “La mente puede colocar un pequeño ideal demasiado alto y no alcanzar la marca; puede intentar volar en alas desentrenadas y en lugar de volar, caer a la tierra; pero eso no es motivo para no hacer otro intento “.

Hay un pequeño lugar en la parte inferior de mi planificador diario donde aparecen citas, me encanta. ¿Hoy?

Christian Friederich Hebbel “El problema es el problema; la forma, la solución “.

Me encanta porque tiene espacio suficiente y garabateo esas líneas geniales que encuentro. Hoy dice

Lucas 12: 27-28: “Considera cómo crecen las flores silvestres, no trabajan ni giran. Sin embargo, te digo que ni siquiera Salomón en todo su esplendor vestía como uno de estos. Si así es como Dios viste la hierba del campo, que está aquí hoy, y mañana se arroja al fuego, ¡cuánto más te vestirá, tú de poca fe!”

Tomemos un momento y apreciemos el florecimiento de las flores y entremos en el espíritu de las cosas reconociendo que nosotros, como ellas, estamos en el flujo dinámico de dar y recibir.



10 thoughts on “Week 17 THJ”

  1. The paragraph 17-12 is turning in my head since last week 🙂
    Not in a way to make me insecure but rather to make me accept not being perfect. Not playing that Bach as I want to. Yet.
    When you learn to accept the slow process of accomplishment the method get faster and your mind is more relaxed and more productive. Thank you for the insights Alex 🙂

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  2. I am not sure I can express with words how deep this touches my spirit. The words so true and the music hauntingly beautiful. Thank you Alejandro for pulling it all together.

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  3. Alejandro this so fits your quote from above “”Act is the blossom of thought, and joy and suffering are its fruits…” -James Allen Maybe this is why I find it so hard to describe…this haunting beauty that has so deeply touched my spirit.

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    1. Thank you, Amanda! Wanted to keep it real short, just tying some knots this time, and letting the beauty of nature do the job of evoking a feeling. I’m glad you felt it too 🙂



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