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From Chapter Two: The Challenges of Earth Life

Section Five: Rejecting and Releasing Negativity

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(9 of 10) To doubt that the right thing will happen is to imply that your conscious mind knows what is for your highest good. Remember that nothing can happen to you that is not for your highest good. Whatever happens is a blessing and should be considered as such. Doubting that you deserve your good is a remnant of the outlook on life that you grew up with—that you were never quite good enough. You must totally put this out of your consciousness. It is the most insidious form of human thought.

Jack Armstrong © 2010

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“If you are convinced that a ‘bad’ economic condition can endanger your earning capacity, or that a negative comment by an associate can undermine others’ perceptions of you, your conviction is your way of assigning that power. If, on the other hand, you are convinced that there is a blessing for you in every circumstance, and if you refuse to allow yourself to become distressed by external influences, you will encounter the blessings you have expected.”