I want to share Emma Curtis Hopkins‘ Teachings.  I am so in love with Emma Curtis Hopkins, and I’m going to be sharing her teachings from her Book, Scientific Christian Mental Practice.

To me, her book is filled with inspirational thoughts.

Emma Curtis Hopkins, Inspirational ThoughtsEmma Curtis Hopkins was born in 1849 and died in 1925, and she was known as a teacher of teachers for many of the leading churches here now.

And, she’s come up with a great system of having a daily practices. One in the morning and one in the afternoon.

I’m going to start with the first practice which is usually done on Mondays in the morning. We’re going to do it until my next post on the practices.

So, the first one is the statement of Good, and she talks about that Good and God are the same and the Good that you’re seeking is seeking you.

One of her great teachings and beliefs is “There is good for me and I ought to have it”.

This is a great thing to believe and start remembering: “There is a good for me, and I ought to have it.” Repeat it to yourself throughout your day.

She has a practice that she has you do all day Mondays, a doing practice, and that is naming your good through out the day.

Examples: naming your good as health. What I like to do is to look at my to-do list for the day and just name my good for each day-naming the outcomes and feelings I want for the day.  This can seem difficult to do at the beginning, so just name your good as you think of it.

There is also a morning  contemplation to do that you just read over once a day on Mondays usually.  But right now, you’re going to read it every day until my next Emma teaching post.

The morning contemplation is good to read out loud, if you can, is:

” The Good I am seeking is my God,  My God is my Life.

The Good I am seeking is my health,  God is my health.

The Good I am seeking is my strength,  God is my strength.

The Good I am seeking is my support,  God is my support.

The Good I am seeking is my defense,  God is my defense.

Life is God,  Truth is God,  Love is God,  Substance is God.

God is Intelligence, Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient.

God is Life, Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient.

God is Truth, Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient.

God is Love, Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient.

God is Spirit, Omnipresent, Omnipotent, Omniscient.”

By Emma Curtis Hopkins

So, this is your statement of Good to read daily.

Now, the interesting thing about Emma Curtis Hopkins is she’s very difficult to understand, and I’m sure as you read the statement it did not make much sense to you in your life right now.

We don’t need to understand at this point, thank goodness. All that we have  to do is to practice this. And that’s what I’m asking you to do. Don’t judge it right now, just see how you feel, see if there’s changes in your life.

The understandings come later.

For more inspiration, Try the 21 Day “I AM a Gift to the World!” Challenge.  I wish you a Good week.

21 Day I AM a Gift to the World ChallengeI know that you will see your Good more often.

There is only Good for you!

To Your Highest Good,

Laura Meehan, MA

Integrative Counselor and Coach

Founder and Liberator of Allowyourlightoshine.com

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