There is a lot of conversation on the planet about the fact that we are living in a field of infinite possibilities. Some of the successful authors and teachers tell us that we are called to remember that we have access to the creative power of the universe that is unlimited. The question then becomes, do we really believe that is true and can we operate from this place in all circumstances?
I am just returning from a conference that exemplified stepping out and activating trust for a more expanded life experience. Fifty-seven years ago, the organization of Religious Science experienced a conflict that resulted in an organizational split. Since then there have been numerous conversations and questions about why there have been two groups teaching the same thing: oneness. There have been advocates and pushes for re-connection over the years, but to no avail. However, there was a group of dedicated souls that continued to hold the vision for the possibility of union. This week the two groups met in San Diego, California and I witnessed something miraculous. As they debated by-laws and organizational interactions, there was also a sense of looking for the “limitless possibilities” that were available if they stepped into the unknown. Moments of tension, calls for prayer and passionate presentations filled the space. The result was that 98 percent of the delegates voted for integration. The sense of joy and anticipation was tangible. It made me think that we are all called, at times, to step into a field that feels uncomfortable and yet holds the possibilities of fulfillment. It is in those moments that we are called to review our choices. Will it be fear or faith? Will it be constriction or expansion?
I don’t know where you are in this moment, but I invite you to take a step back and review the lens through which you are viewing your life. Are you willing to consider the possibility of a grand adventure calling you? Are you willing to explore the possibility that the universe is calling you into a greater field of expression? Are you willing to view the discomfort you feel as a nudging to “step out” into unlimited potential and expansion?
I have no idea what will happen with this integrated group, now called Centers for Spiritual Living. However, I have a feeling that this “vote” was really a vote of confidence that “limitless possibilities” for good await us.
Please affirm with me: Today, I boldly step into a place of knowing that I live in a world of infinite possibilities. I actively commit to receiving the good that awaits me.