Group: 11:11 Progress Group
Teacher: Thought Adjuster
Thought Adjuster: “Imagine being a person that is the purest, the sincerest, the bravest, and the most dedicated to living the will of the Father Imagine living a life like the life of Jesus, with His attitude of facing the challenges of life, with the love He expressed toward His peers, and with the peace that filled every instant of His exemplary life. Imagine the joy and the satisfaction of knowing that you are a citizen of the universe, one more agent for the Father in creation, working and playing your part in the task to make the plan of the Father a reality in all the corners of all the universes. Imagine that the Father is always with you, beside you, guiding you step by step in every decision. Wouldn’t this life you imagine be something beautiful, something worthy of being experienced? Imagine all this is true.
It is in your mind, in your imagination, where your creative power can be expressed with utmost intensity. The things you wish to experience in your life and the deepest desires of your soul, that have been inspired by the presence of God within you, can be realized as long as you believe this is possible. When you imagine what is true and beautiful you open the doors for this to manifest in your life. How can you be better if you don’t really know how to be better, what it entails? How can you change if you don’t know what you want to change? It is through your imagination that you can build the life you wish to live and when this imagination is elevated to spirit and is aligned with the divine will – with love – inevitably what is imagined will occur, sooner or later.
Another word to describe this use of your imagination is ‘faith’. Once you make a decision in your mind to believe that something is possible you have, in effect, given the first step to achieve it. Often what prevents mortals from attempting to express perfection in their lives is the simple fact that they don’t believe this is possible. They believe that their defects are too great to be overcome, that they are ‘only human’, that ‘nobody is perfect’. However, you have the example of the life of the Master, over two thousand years ago, as the material demonstration of divinity in the flesh. The life of Jesus is the most eloquent argument to demonstrate that, even during a mortal life, it is possible to have complete consecration to the will of the Father and to reach for perfection.
It is through faith – the creative imagination of a human being illuminated by spirit – that the limitations of material life can be overcome and mortals can extend their hands and truly reach for eternity, even while they live in this world. There is no defect too great that cannot be overcome. There is no sin too evil that the Father cannot forgive, even before it is committed. The doors of mercy are never shut and while there is even a spark of the desire to be better in your heart the Father will fight for you, providing you with everything you need to finally reach spiritual maturity.”