Tired of trying to fit into society's mold of religion? Following someone else's path to spiritual enlightenment? Efforts to do this have left most of us feeling like we are sitting alone in the dark. The Weekly Eureka invites you to flip on a light switch - ask the questions - question the answers and join others on the journey to the most important discovery of all - that of your true self.


We should spend some time remembering things for which we are grateful, and also who we are. Here are 7 specific times to "remember."

1 - When you are feeling self-righteous. When things are sailing along smoothly and we are accomplishing everything we want to in life, it is sometimes easy to forget where we have come from and the source of the help (both supernatural and natural) we have had to get where we are. When we are tempted to judge others in areas of their lives we would label as "unsuccessful" remember the admonition "but for the GRACE of God...there go I."

2 - When you are feeling like a wretch. Everyone has down days when they feel like they are worthless. Even Jesus experienced this and responded once to someone who called him "Good Teacher" "Why do you call me good? No on is good but One, that is God." (Luke 18:18, 19). That was the human side of Jesus. The Divine side of Jesus shows up in the very next chapter when the Pharisees asked him to quiet down his rambunctious followers. His reply to them was, "I tell you that if these should keep silent, the stones would immediately cry out!" What a difference! We too carry both inside ourselves. When you are feeling wretched in your humanity, remember the divinity that is also in your DNA.

3 - When you run into an old friend. Once you've graduated into Spirit, you can't go back to religion. Once you've been enlightened, there's no going back into darkness. Do not be tempted to do so when you are confronted with someone (or some thought process) from your past who is still trapped in a lower consciousness.

4 - When you are in the midst of famine. "Trouble don't last always." Even in the wilderness God produced water out of a rock, manna out of nowhere, provided a pillar of fire by night for warmth and a cloud by day to lead His people. He did not care more for them in that day than He does for us today. He will provide all that you need.

5 - When you are experiencing success. When all is going well is not the time to abandon your positive spiritual practices such as church attendance and giving. Too many of us only call on God when we are in trouble. Remember His goodness when you are on top. Learn to be consistent, just as He is consistent.

6 - When you are in a battle. It was good for David to remember how God had delivered him from the lion and the bear when he was up against Goliath. All of us can think of times when God delivered us. Don't forget that in the heat of battle. If He did it once, He'll do it again!

7 - Remember Holy Days and Sacred Moments. In Native American culture it is common for the elders to have staffs with notches cut in them remembering special events in the life of the tribe. These are used to tell stories to the young members of the tribe. So should we memorialize certain spiritual milestones to pass on to the generation coming after us.

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"And you shall remember the Lord your God, for it is He who gives you power to get wealth, that He may establish His covenant which He swore to your fathers, as it is this day."
Deuteronomy 8:18    
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