The Ten Commandments: The Master Key to Life Paperback – 14 Jul 1993
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The master key to life-- a universal guide to all that matters in making life more satisfying.
About the Author
Emmet Fox (1886-1951) was one of the most influential spiritual leaders of the twentieth century and a pioneer of the New Thought movement. His bold, dynamic message proclaiming that our thoughts shape our reality has changed the lives of millions across the world and influenced many key contemporary spiritual writers such as Wayne Dyer, Esther Hicks, and Louise Hay, all of whom have tapped into the power of positive thinking. Fox's other key works include Power Through Constructive Thinking and Alter Your Life.
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Because ultimately "there is only One", from spiritual perspective whatever we do unto others, we do unto ourselves. The commandments are in this way not intended to limit one's freedom and enjoyment of life, but to increase it through one's awareness of the universal principles, so that we don't hurt ourselves out of ignorance.
All the commandments arise out of one, basic, essential truth - that there is only One Power, Love and Intelligence, that this One (God) is the Source of all our blessings and that by maintaining this awareness of oneness we can have everything we desire directly from the Source, without looking elsewhere. All the pain and suffering (sin or error, if you like) arise from ignoring this one spiritual fact.
Emmet Fox has beautifully explained why we can't use God's name in vain. "God" is for each individual that to which each individual attributes power, that which each individual attributes as a source of his blessings. And since our thoughts, emotions, beliefs manifest in our daily experience, each one will experience in his life whatever the idea of God represents to him. Thus an individual who wholeheartedly believes God to be loving and good, will program positive expectations in his subconscious and will manifest such experiences in his life, and the individual who believes God to be vengeful and just waiting to dish out punishments, will experience hardship.Read more ›