A State of Mind, Part 1

A State of Mind

“We should try to develop the love of Beauty, which is at the foundation of our being.”  Eugene Fersen

Even a novice photographer can capture the scenic beauty and power of Alaska on an iPad. And, there is more to it than meets the eye!

Alaska Reflection

Summer doesn’t last long in Alaska, but it is beautiful, green with mild weather and swollen rivers and lakes from melting snow.

The states of water can be used to symbolize the states of mind.

Liquid water is in a state of fluidity and active movement, representing consciousness.

If our mind is clear, calm and receptive it better reflects our True, beautiful individual character and its unlimited quality, like the open sky.

However, if our mind is muddied and rippled by negative attitudes or harmful desires it will reflect a troubled personality and life.

With Light and Love, Portia SLB

About Science of Being

Science of Being is the science of your being and reveals the means and methods to manifest success in the physical world and contact the source of All Power. It is a harmonious blending of Wisdom and science that support and explain each other. And addresses the Big Questions like ‘Is there a God?’ and ‘How can I contact God?’ It is also practical in very realistic ways by helping you answer: ‘Why do I experience problems? How can I achieve happiness in my life now?’ ‘Who am I?’ and ‘What is my purpose?’
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1 Response to A State of Mind, Part 1

  1. MelissaLB says:

    So True!

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