Determined Imagination

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The great metaphysical writer and teacher Neville Goddard shared, “Determined imagination, thinking from the end, is the beginning of all miracles.” ‘Thinking from the end’  is spending voluminous time in the mental contemplation of demonstration. It is the practice of repetitively invoking the feeling nature of what it would be like to have a particular desire already in form. We do this everyday.  Often our repetitive mental imagery is on the undesirable. When this occurs, we are operating as a product of race thought accompanied by mass, unconscious habits. Determined imagination, as described by Neville, is the conscious use of our…

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Science of Mind Magazine Feature with Husband Ty Andrews

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Ty and I were featured in the June 2015 issue of Science of Mind Magazine.  Along with seven other couples and indiviuals within the New Thought community, Ty and I shared our experiences in spirituality, love and acceptance.  Many thanks to Science of Mind Magazine and Patrick Soran for this beautiful article. [pdf-embedder url=”http://davidault.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/SoM_June2015_Spirituality_Sexuality_feature.pdf”]

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The Secret Of Success

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The secret of success is constancy to purpose. ~ Benjamin Disraeli When I search for the pinnacle of definitions for the word success, I abandon all ties to materialism and end up with an answer that tells how all genuine success is a true understanding of oneself and a belief that your worth, abilities and gifts are both invaluable and necessary. When I search for the pinnacle of definitions for the word purpose, I abandon all ties to vocational skills and titles and believe it to be found in the ancient Greek aphorism ‘know thyself’. Take those definitions, rework Disraeli’s quote, and you…

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Your Creativity Matters

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When describing the Universe, Intelligence, God or even ourselves from a spiritual viewpoint, we use the word creative. We are the self contemplation of a creative Intelligence therefore we are by our very nature creative beings. What does that mean? Our entire spiritual and physical coding is an energy system of creative ideas longing to be explored and expressed. And, since energy is never stagnant, we are never void of an infinite pool of ideas longing for an outlet. Quite simply, you and I are here to create.  We are walking, breathing vessels of talent. Everyone is talented. Whether telling…

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Living Out Loud

By | Bold Living, Living Out Loud, People Pleasing, Trust | No Comments

The phrase living out loud often describes a person who lives their code of conduct in a transparent manner. Writer Clarence Budington Kelland penned, “He didn’t tell me how to live; he lived and let me watch him do it.” Spiritually speaking, living out loud suggests using everyday life as a platform to prove the principle of spiritual law – to take a perceived limitation and transform it into a new standard of accomplishment – to take a desire and go after it with intention and purpose regardless of any ‘mess among the mystery’ that may be unearthed in the…

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Universal Tough Love

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The influential mythologist Joseph Campbell once offered this, “The Universe always strikes you at your weakest point because that’s what most needs strengthening.” Although the word ‘strike’ is an interesting choice, Campbell is relaying that the Universe perpetually offers us the chance to evolve. One might even say, It insists on it. Generally our fears are exaggerations of limitation in a landscape of infinite potentiality. Through fear we see the world as an unfair punch to the gut, a strike, yet the Universe will not stop showcasing one wondrous manifestation after another through cooperative lives. Its our choice to either abolish the…

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Disappointment

By | Communication, Ernest Holmes, Fear of Failure, Feelings, Henry David Thoreau, Science of Mind | One Comment

Stick around long enough and I will disappoint you.  I will not live up to an expectation that you have of me – a persona perhaps formulated in your mind after listening to me speak or from taking a class with me or from shaking my hand on a Sunday on the front steps of the Center in Atlanta or a book-signing at a convention. I will perhaps let you down by not acknowledging you in the way you deserve, by not remembering your name or from catching me in a moment when my human nature is far more visible…

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From Prevention to Transcension

By | Awareness, Inner Vision, Intentional Living, Overcoming Fear | No Comments

Often our spiritual journey starts as an act of prevention. We are in pain and we seek a solution to alleviate our turmoil, to transport ourselves to an improved lifestyle.  This is understandable. It is the reason most of us became avid journeymen on a spiritual path. Yet, as we grow in our awareness of spiritual principles, we will begin to understand that staying in the energy of prevention only perpetuates an experience where prevention is necessary. With too much focus on prevention as our cause, its need becomes our inevitable effect. Perhaps you’ve heard it this way, “Saving for a rainy day produces rainy days.” By all…

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Gratitude Is A Lifestyle

By | Gratitude, Thanksgiving | One Comment

Gratitude is a lifestyle, not an expression reserved for a special occasion. To practice gratitude requires something of you. Mainly, it is to see the light of truth in all situations. What a journey our souls signed up for – to walk this planet, in this incarnation, and to reawaken daily to the practice – the deliberate choosing, of seeing the Divine in all things. It is your soul’s assignment and it is what you and I came here to do. This season of  Thanksgiving, whether we gather with family and friends, or find ourselves alone, our souls need our cooperation. Just like it does everyday, our true…

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