METRON 10-8-17 – BEING IS EVERYTHING: Creating a New Destiny for Yourself Through Self-Transformation – Part II

Today’s Notes:
I – “But who are you, a human being, to talk back to God? “Shall what is formed say to the one who formed it, ‘Why did you make me like this?”
(Romans 9:20 – NIV)

II – “It is not until you change your identity to match your life blueprint that you will understand why everything in the past never worked.” ― Shannon L. Alder

III – “Finding the center of strength within ourselves is, in the long run, the best contribution we can make to our fellow men. … One person with indigenous inner strength exercises a great calming effect on panic among people around him. This is what our society needs — not new ideas and inventions; important as these are, and not geniuses and supermen, but persons who can “be”, that is, persons who have a center of strength within themselves.”
― Rollo May

IV – “In order to remember who you are, you have to have known it in the first place.” ― Gregory Maguire

V – “…and not to be configured to this eon, but to be transformed by the renewing of your mind…”
(Romans 12:2 – CLV)

VI – “It is a Law: Not of Man’s or of Woman’s — but of Life. Before you can have a different life; before you can be happier, wiser, more at peace and in quiet command of yourself, you must first be different. Being is everything.

And before you can learn how to be different and change your destiny, you first must realize that secret place within yourself where your own future is created — you must consciously enter that place of power where all of your life-choices are made for you. It’s called the Present Moment: The Now. And this Now is the seed of all that comes later.

It’s only what you do right Now that’s the seed of personal change. And in the endless beauty and mystery of the Present Moment, this same seed of change is also the seed of your New and Higher Nature.” — Guy Finley

VII – To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

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