We are the co-creative energy of God — made in the image and likeness of the spiritual ethers of the Universe. So the same way that God created the world in Genesis, we, too, have the ability to create. In the book of Genesis, on the first day of creation, God said, “And Let There Be Light, and there was light.”
How does this help us? It allows us to use the power of sound, the power of words to manifest what we want.
The biblical witness is saying: Let there be light! Let Spirit’s ideas illuminate me. Let divine ideas come forth! We are saying to God: Give me the guidance that I need.
The Bible says that on the second day, God said, “Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters…and God called the firmament Heaven.” Now when we receive God’s divine idea, at first glance, it may appear to be impossible — because we are looking through the lens of the circumstances and the events around us and we do not see the “heaven” — the ease with which Spirit has already breathed our desire into manifestation.
On the second day, when God said Let there be a firmament in the midst of the waters called heaven, this is the summoning of radical change and insight into the acknowledgement of God present in all things. Faith is not the belief that God will go to work for us; faith is the activity of God as us. Heaven is our level of awareness, our creative genius, our ability to be open and receptive to God.
This is trusting that the work really is done — and to know that so well that you can feel and taste it and see it — regardless of what is in the physical realm. Let the firmament appear! Let my conscious connection to God be so established in my heart, in my soul and in my mind that I know nothing is impossible. I am unshakeable in the Spirit. If God has given me a divine idea, then God has already gone before me to manifest it.
The Bible says that on the third day, God said “Let waters under the heaven be gathered together in one place, and let the dry land appear.” The appearance of the dry land represents our ability to create form, and shape, and texture and possibility through our ability to envision, to imagine, to see the good that we want.
Do you ever leave the house, and you see what you are wearing, where you are going, the completion of your tasks — all in perfect divine order? You are letting the dry land appear. All you had to do was see it done.
On the fourth day, God said, “Let there be lights in the firmament of the heavens to divide the day from the night”…and God made the two lights, the greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the night.” The sun and the moon are said to be the two lights symbolizing understanding and will — one energy that illuminates us and one energy that moves us forward. God will guide us and give us the persistence that we need.
We don’t need to know all the details — the hows and the whys, Spirit reveals what we need to know when we need to know it. And all we have to do is be willing to move forward and move!
On the fifth day, God said, “Let the waters swarm with swarms of living creatures.” In other words, let the process evolve. If there is confusion, let it give way to birth. If there is chaos, allow it to show me what to do. If there is a swarm let it be the repetitive constant presence of divine ideas. If there is doubt, let me witness the endless channels of God. If things don’t work out the way that I anticipate, let me free myself of all anticipation and trust that in the Spirit everything is in perfect, divine order. Everything is working together for our greatest good whether it appears that way or not.
Let the waters swarm with the inexhaustible source of God.
Let me trust that Spirit will bless me with the right people and resources and ideas to do the work that I have been appointed to do.
On the sixth day, God said “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness…” God is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent — claim that for yourself. God is wisdom. Claim that for yourself. God is love. Radiate in the love that you are.
When you are dealing with co-creative source, you cannot be negative. This is not about trying to take somebody else’s energy. This is about your own stuff, which is good stuff — the greatness that God is. This step allows us to realize that the goal that we have is for the good of all. It has come to you through nothing but love.
The Bible says that on the seventh day, God finished God’s work, and rested. In other words, God said, it is done. God acknowledged the need to let go and to trust in the universe to manifest our creative desires. These are the final words that you will speak. Take your goal, and make a statement that you leave it in the hands of the universe to grow into its proper form and shape.
See yourself releasing it to manifest in joy and harmony and bliss.
Now in the silence. Acknowledge that you will speak it aloud each day. You will be surprised at what will take shape.