1. All individuals are students and teachers to each other; in this way, there is meaning and purpose in every encounter.
2. What I see in others is a reflection of what I see in myself; what I see in myself, I project onto others.
3. When I react instead of respond, I am experiencing a denied part of myself; my reactions serve to remind me to continue my inner work.
4. Reflections of Divine Love come to me in many forms and serve as witnesses for my true reality, reminding me that I am not alone.
5. The extent to which I recognize and use reflections of Love or grievances as part of my inner work is dependent upon my willingness to be self-responsible.
6. The energy of my psyche is restricted by grievances I hold against myself, thereby limiting my creativity and service.
7. I can hold the space for resolution of a grievance for someone else only when I have released that same grievance within myself. Therefore, I hold the space for healing in others of that which has been healed within me.
8. All encounters involve service at some level and therefore have the potential for bringing comfort or for being a catalyst for change.