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Spiritual Power and Color

"The subconscious realm has twelve great centers of action, with twelve presiding egos or entities. When Jesus Christ had attained a certain soul development, He called His twelve disciples to Him. This means that when man is developing out of mere personal consciousness into spiritual consciousness, he begins to train deeper and larger powers; he sends his thought down into the inner centers of his being, and through his word quickens them to life. Where before his powers have worked in the personal, now they begin to expand and work in the universal. This is the first and second coming of Christ, spoken of in the Scriptures. The first coming is the receiving of Truth into the conscious mind, and the second coming is the awakening and the regeneration of the subconscious through the superconscious or Christ Mind."

  -- Charles S. Fillmore in The Twelve Powers of Man
Spiritual PowerWisdom, Discrimination, or Judgment
DiscipleJames, son of Zebedee
Nerve CentersSolar Plexus, Pit of Stomach
Biblical Throne 

“Wisdom includes judgment, discrimination, intuition, and all the departments of mind that come under the head of knowing.” — Charles Fillmore

Bible Verses
  • Jeremiah 33:3 “Call to me and I will answer you and show you great and mighty things which you know not.”
  • Ecclesiastes 8:5 “A wise man’s heart discerneth both time and judgment.”
  • Ecclesiastes 7:12 “Wisdom giveth life to them that have it.”
  • Psalm 46:10 “Be still and know that I am God.”
  • Exodus 31:6 “In the hearts of all that are wise-hearted I have put wisdom.”
  • Psalm 37:4 “Take delight in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart.”
  • 1 Corinthians 4:4 “I know nothing of myself.”
Example Affirmations
  • I baptize my spiritual center of Wisdom in the cleansing light of the Holy Spirit.
  • Spirit works through me: I discern, I evaluate, and make wise decisions.
  • The voice of God within guides me to wholeness.
  • The voice of God within leads me to the right resources at the right time.
  • The voice of God within encourages me in every circumstance.
  • I allow the wisdom of my soul to take me beyond reason.
  • I make decisions by being attentive to wisdom and discernment.
  • I use good judgment in all I do.
  • I trust my intuition to lead me to the right answers.
  • I am willing to act on the wisdom of my intuition.
  • God leads me to the right answers.
  • I listen to spirit throughout the day.
  • I begin each day listening to my inner spirit.
  • I am willing to follow the intuition that I hear.
  • I use good judgment to make wise choices.
  • Part of true wisdom is seeing what is not there.
  • I am able to choose what is right and good for me when I seek insight from God.
  • I use prayer to steer me in the right direction.
  • How does my perception of things change when I pray?
  • I look at both sides of the situation before I make a judgment.
  • I have faith in myself.
  • I use my wisdom wisely.
  • I see and know what is true.
  • I am wise and I am filled with God.
  • I understand that the voice of God within guides me in all I need.
  • I combine my wisdom and love to make right choices.
  • God is just and leads me in right ways.
  • Each day I gain more knowledge as I place my faith in God.
  • I know God and I are one.
  • Divine judgment awakens in me now.
  • The Christ within me says, “James the Just, come, follow me.”
Songs from the Wings of Song Hymnal
  •   40: Oh, Fill Me with Thy Presence, Lord
  •   66: I Clothe Myself Safely Round
  • 109: Be Thou My Vision
  • 129: Infinite Wisdom Guides My Way
  • 163: The Twelve Powers
  • 190: Wonderful Words of Life
  • Teach me knowledge and good judgment, for I believe in your commands. — Psalm 119:66
  • Before judging another, walk two moons in his moccasins. — Native American saying
  • Good judgment in our dealings with others consists not in seeking through deceptions and evil intentions but in being able to waken the decency dormant in every person. — Eric Hoffer
  • It is a characteristic of wisdom not to do desperate things. — Henry David Thoreau


“When the Bible says, ‘For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them,’ (Matthew 18:20) Jesus is referring to using your spiritual powers together to magnify them. By using or calling on Faith and Strength together, we will achieve more. By pairing Wisdom and Power, we will speak words of truth with authority. By combining the spiritual powers we multiply them.”

  — paraphrased from Rev. Dona Gilsdorf during a Twelve Powers class

In 2010 Unity® celebrated the Twelve Powers: http://www.unity.org/twelvepowers/. Among other things, they have educational articles, meditations, inspiring prayers, helpful affirmations, and music.

If you have affirmations or other contributions for this month's power, please feel free to send them to the Webmaster.

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