When a problem arises, often someone will get all worked up about it, worry about it, experience fear, and set about trying to solve it. That approach usually leads to being tired and frustrated and the expansion of the problem.
A good thing to remember is that problems are not real. They only seem real. As my good friend and mentor, Dr. Emma Smiley, often said, problems only seem to be. It is true that so-called problems have only the power you give them in your mind. The less you think about them, the more likely they will die of neglect. When you Golden Key a seeming problem, they usually move out of your mind and out of your life.
The wrong approach is usually taken when it is decided that there needs to be a war on some national problem. Billions of dollars are often spent in trying to solve it only to discover that years later the problem still exists and has even grown larger than before. War never really solves anything.
If you are challenged by a seeming problem, do not make the mistake of believing it will require all your strength, might, mentality, or energy.
The only true way to take care of seeming problems is to Golden Key them. This means to stop giving power to them by simply thinking about God instead. In the end, it is always God who prevails and is the ultimate divine solution. It makes good sense then, to turn the Golden Key. One of the challenges in doing this is someone will mistakenly believe that this highly effective mental/spiritual action is too simple to work on their problem.
I learned about The Golden Key over forty years ago and have been turning it ever since with wonderful results. Through the years, through my ministry, we have given away thousands of copies of The Golden Key and have taught people around the world to use this amazing problem-dissolving mental/spiritual action.
Try this little experiment. Place a penny and a ten-dollar bill on a table. Grasp the penny with one hand and hold it very tightly as you make a fist around it. Try to pick up the ten-dollar bill with the same hand. Now open your hand and release the penny. You are now free to pick up the ten-dollar bill. This is the principle behind The Golden Key.
Earlier, we invited you to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Golden Key Ministry-Unity by turning The Golden Key every day through the month of October. If you haven’t started yet, start now and keep with it every day. A happier, healthier, more peaceful, prosperous and easier life is yours when you do. Don’t sweat a problem – Turn The Golden Key and Be Free! – Lovingly, Rev. John
Can any of you by worrying add a single hour to your life? – Luke 12:25
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Not letting problems bother me, I turn The Golden Key and I am free!
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Golden Keys to Answered Prayers…
Receiving answers to prayer is often a choice: You may continue thinking about and giving energy to problems, or turn The Golden Key. If you really want your prayer answered stop rehearsing and talking about the unhappy details of the apparent challenge. Rehearse and declare everything you know God to be. Then you turn The Golden Key and you are free! God is the Answer to every seeming problem. God is the good you seek. Refuse to worry about anything. God is in charge and all is well.
In The Mail…
Grateful for Enlightenment! – After many years of problems and difficulties I can say that I am now seeing the way out. Things have improved drastically since learning to turn The Golden Key and I am confident everything will continue to get better. I am so grateful for the Truth ideas you share with me. They are like a ‘breath of fresh air’ compared to some of the erroneous beliefs I use to have. I am grateful for the enlightenment you have given me. Keep up your good work. God bless you. – E. M. in S. Carolina
Bytes of Wisdom …
When you catch yourself beginning to worry, ask yourself if you would rather have what you are worrying about or have what will make you happy, prosperous, and free.
Man automatically attracts to himself a correspondence of his inner mental attitudes. – Ernest Holmes
Every time you think of good, then mix it up with a belief in limitation, you are mentally committing adultery. – Catherine Ponder
A Little Humor …
Once upon a time a lion ate a bull and felt so good he roared and roared. A hunter heard him and killed him with one shot. Moral: When you are full of bull, keep your mouth shut!
An army chaplain posted the following sign on the door of his quarters: If you have troubles, come in and tell us about them. If not, come in and tell us how you do it.