Are you ready for a better life? Really ready? If you really want a change for the better, you must let go of the false sense of personal ego identity that has kept your life from improving, and allow God’s Presence to take over and intuitively guide you to a life that is more fulfilling.
You have a choice of two timetables. If you choose the ego’s timetable, you will either act on an opportunity, or—due to fear—you will not. But if you meditate daily on God’s Presence within you, you can choose God’s timetable, which will always tell you when the time is right for you to act on an opportunity that is presenting itself.
There’s a part of you that knows everything—the Presence of God at the center of your mind. And there’s a part of you that knows very little—the personal ego. Which are you depending on to maximize your potentials? Even your ego must concede that the All-knowing Presence of God is what you should be depending on.
Once you’ve made up your mind about something, don’t second-guess yourself. If you do, it is because the ego level of your mind—which is easily swayed—made the decision, and now questions whether it did the right thing. If your decision is God-directed, however, there is never any need to look back on it.
One of the greatest frustrations in life is trying to figure something out, and no matter how hard you try, you can’t. This happens because it is your limited ego that is trying to figure something out. But if you give up your ego to the All-knowing Mind of God, you will be guided to the answer.
One of the greatest ways to succeed in life is to love what you do. Finding something you love doing starts with finding your soul’s purpose. If you find that purpose you will not only love doing it, but God’s Presence within you will intuitively guide you to success as you live it.
It is said that if you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. But if you teach a man to fish, you feed him for a lifetime. That’s what we do in our University. We teach people how to provide for themselves by bringing forth their full potential through contact with God’s Presence within themselves.