Stay tuned for the launch of our New Website soon!  www.weeklyeureka.org

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.
Re-creating Your Life 

Re-creating Your Life

Man is both a creation (of God) and a creative being. Because we were created in God's image, we too, are also always creating, whether actively (consciously) or passively (in an un-awakened state). Life is a journey, and much of how we get from here (our state of passive, unconscious creating) to there (manifesting and co-creating our lives) is experimentation. When you perform an experiment, the first thing you do upon its completion is observe your results. There is no other way to judge whether the experiment was successful or not, or in other words, whether it yielded a good (what you intended) or bad (something other than what you intended) result.


We see in the Bible that even God did this. The creation story in Genesis records that after each thing God created, He stood back, looked at it and said, "It is good." And there are even a few biblical instances where God decided he needed to make some adjustments to His creation..."It is not good for man to be alone" and thus, woman was created in one version of the story. Or, we can go to the story of Noah and the flood when God, as the story goes, decided to start completely over from scratch.


As creations of God, we have the same power, not only to create, but also to re-create when there are things present in our lives that we do not like or did not intend to be there. But in order to re-create our reality, we must follow God's pattern. First we must "look at it." If the results of our experiment are never observed and evaluated, we will never be able to see our mistakes, let alone learn from them. Not "seeing" what we have created in our lives is a conscious choice and it is also denial. Blaming others or "the devil" for what we have created in our lives is also a form of denial. Before we can re-create for ourselves the life we want, we must be aware of what we created and we must own that we created it. What is around us is just a reflection of what is within us.


Looking at your life and saying to yourself, "Wherever I am, I am the reason I am here" is the first step to rebirth. Once you have taken a step back and looked at your creation and have owned that you alone are responsible for it, how do you change or re-create it? Just as God saw that darkness covered the face of the deep on the earth...the earth that HE had created, we must look into the darkness of our lives and as He did, say, "Let there be light!" We must look into the chaos of our lives and say, "Let there be order " - into the conflict and say, "Let there be peace." This thought process will produce the kind of life you want to create for yourself.


Quote of the Week

"Man is the sum total of his thoughts."  ~Buddha


Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
In This Issue
Quote of the Week
The WE Archives

Like us on Facebook
Follow us on Twitter
Contact Us
Weekly Eureka
PO Box 371289
Decatur, Georgia 30037

The WE Archives

Click Here for more archives

Always Creating

Sound Doctrine?

An Affirmation

No Smoking

I Am

The Middle Way

Trusting God

Handling Success

Click Here for more archives

Site sponsored by Spirit and Truth Sanctuary (formerly Cathedral of The Holy Spirit)      www.mytruthsanctuary.com 



Please note: The Weekly Eureka is a ministry of and sponsored by Spirit and Truth Sanctuary (formerly Cathedral of The Holy Spirit) and D.E. Paulk. When you donate, you are contributing to Chapel Hill Harvester Church, Inc. and your donations are tax deductible.