From his book, Prosperity, Charles Fillmore gives us thoughts on manifestation:
From Charles Fillmore’s Dynamics for Living:
“It is necessary to let go of old thoughts and conditions after they have served their purpose. One should lay hold of new ideas and create new conditions to meet one’s requirements. We cannot lay hold of new ideas and make the new conditions until we have made room for them by eliminating the old.
n his book, Spiritual Economics, Eric Butterworth gives his views on the subject of tithing:
“Certainly, the practice of tithing is an excellent training process. One may read dozens of testimonials of persons who have gotten themselves on the road to a giving consciousness and who have demonstrated success and prosperity through the disciplined practice of tithing.
The following two stories about giving were told by Charles Fillmore in a talk he gave on March 29, 1929.
Recently I taught a Prosperity Class at SEE in Gaithersburg.
Here is an excerpt from David Owen Ritz, The Keys to the Kingdom:
I found this article on the Unity Worldwide Ministries website Resource Library. I’m not sure who Patsy is; however I like how she expresses this concept!
In one of his earliest writings, Charles Fillmore, co-founder of Unity, wrote this about prosperity:
Realize first of all that prosperity is not wholly a matter of capital or environment but a condition brought about by certain ideas that have been allowed to rule in the consciousness. When these ideas are changed the conditions are changed in spite of environment and all appearances, which must also change to conform to the new ideas.
Here are some words from Charles Fillmore regarding prosperity and spiritual substance:
“Recent research tells each one of us that there is a whole chemical shift that happens in our bodies when we decide — and then determine — to live from gratitude. It makes our immune system much more potent. It makes us able to keep ourselves in a healthy state, no matter what we’re around; it is almost as if a bubble of protection is around us. It is not something we can manufacture by pretending, but it is something we can create by entering into a field of gratitude.