The Hidden Treasure

Where Ancient Wisdom Meets Contemporary Psychology


Written By: Vic Rebman Ph.D - Aug• 19•09

1209466_blue_space_wave[1]I have been given the honor of hosting a workshop on the psychology of Miracles . The workshop will be held at Unity Church on Oct. 4th at 1:30.  In the program I will be integrating principles from quantum physic with scriptural lessons from Jesus and ACIM to produce a three step process for manifesting MIRACLES in our personal lives, relationships and organizations.  Michelle Colchin will be co-hosting the program -presenting her original music from ACIM lessons. She literally sings with angels. You do not want to miss it! In addition I will be giving the lesson at the 10:30 service and Michelle will be providing the special music. I hope to see you there. E-mail me for further info.

Below is a brief article I wrote for the Unity news letter as a brief introduction to some of the ideas we will be exploring in the workshop. Let me know your thoughts and feedback!

From Fear to Love

The Pathway Into Miracles

Vic Rebman, Ph.D. 

Einstein has been quoted as saying, “The greatest power in all the universe lies within one’s ability to change their mind.”  He knew so well the power  of thought!  Quantum physicists tell us that the physical world is but a reflection of consciousness.  In other words, we are what we think.  Isn’t it fascinating how modern science has come full circle, creating a scientific foundation for the support of ancient wisdoms?  Consider these:

  • If you correct your mind, the rest of your life will fall into place.     Lao Tzu (Ancient Chinese Philosopher)
  • As a man thinketh in his heart, so he is.     Proverbs 23:7
  • Anything is possible for him who believes.    Mark 9:23

We live in a culture that often chooses to believe that changing one’s mind is a sign of weakness or insecurity.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  In the power to change our mind lies the power to experience miracles.  In fact, A Course In Miracles goes to so far as to define a miracle as a shift in perspective; a choice to embrace love and let go of fear.

Living with miracles requires a willingness to change our mind.  When we are willing to think differently about the meaning we attach to our life experiences, we exercise our creative power at the deepest level.  This also means we change the way we think about fear and anger.  In the process of co-creating miracles, fear and anger become emotions not to be avoided, but to be embraced.  They are the cues that signal us that the Spirit is calling us to shift our perspective.  In any form fear appears, be it anxiety, criticism, anger, judgment, jealousy, stress, self-doubt—you name it, it serves as our cue that a shift in perspective is in order.

As we learn to embrace and correct the perceptions that fear creates, we walk a pathway into miracles of healing and growth.  Fear, in any form, is always calling us to step back and listen to the lesson of love the Spirit is calling us to learn.  A willingness to listen ensures we will hear.  As Jesus put it, “He who has ears, let him hear.”  The willingness to walk, with spiritual guidance, the mental/emotional pathway from fear to love, leads to the manifestation of miracles in our life, relationships, and organizations.

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