The Five Basic Unity Principles
The five basic Unity principles constitute the core teachings of the Unity spiritual movement founded by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore in 1889. These principles reflect the laws of the universe, show up in every major religion, and are all reflected in the teachings of Jesus, the Christ.
1. God Is. There is only One Presence and One Power active as the universe and as our lives, God the Good.
2. I Am. My essence is of God; therefore, I am inherently good. This God essence, our divinity, called the Christ, was fully expressed in Jesus and is inherent in all people.
3. I Think It. I am co-creator with God, creating my life by what I choose to think, feel, know, and believe.
4. I Pray It. Through prayer and meditation, I connect with God and bring forth the best in my life and in the lives of others.
5. I Live It. Through thoughts, words and actions, I live the divinity I know and the divinity I am. I make a positive difference!
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