… whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
— Acts 2:21
… the only god there is, is omnipresent.
— The Science of Mind, page 323
Right Where My Aorta Is,God Is
I was noticing a tremendous lack of energy and vitality. This problem was beginning to be a concern to her. She was just about to call the doctor about it when she fell down the stairs, injuring her back. She went to the doctor for X rays, and much to her chagrin they revealed that in addition to the injured discs, her upper aorta was calcified and appeared like a bone, and her spine looked almost as though it were solid!!
She went to a chiropractor for the back problem but was at a loss as to what to do about the condition of her aorta. She remembered reading about the power of affirmations, so she made up one to fit her challenge. “Right where my aorta is, God is,” she said, all day and all night when she wasn’t saying something else. “Right where my aorta is, God is,” she affirmed upon waking and before retiring. She began feeling better and better until she was recently moved to return to the doctor for another set of X rays. In utter bewilderment the doctor looked at her and said, “I don’t even know what we’re treating. The X rays show absolutely no calcification. In fact, my comment on the whole situation: aorta — perfect!”
Right where my body is, God is. Right where my organs and bones are, God is. Right where my mind is, God is. There is no place in me that God is not. All I need do is acknowledge this, and Perfection is revealed.
Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they spin not;
and yet I say unto you, that Solomon in all his glory
was not arrayed like one of these.