Day 24: God is the only power

March 24, 2017 // 0 Comments

God is the only power and I acknowledge no other power. God is life’ I’m convinced of that. And I’m convinced that the immortality of God means the immortality of life. Well, then why should I fear disease? [...]

Evolving Our Spiritual Capacities 5/5

March 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

Now, it is in that same way then, that we can perform good human activities, such as philanthropy, and yet it have no basis at all in Spirit. And it could be humanly very, very good, but not necessarily based in the Spirit. [...]

Evolving Our Spiritual Capacities 4/5

March 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

That makes of your consciousness the temple of God; that makes of our united consciousness the temple of God; that makes of this room the temple of God. And God is in the midst of us. God is in the midst of us by virtue of our conscious realization of that Presence, by virtue of our consciously turning within, to the bringing forth of that Presence. [...]

Evolving Our Spiritual Capacities 3/5

March 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

And, even though I do not receive my answers immediately, remember how many centuries I have been cut off from my source, and now I’m awakening that inner faculty, I’m bringing that Father within to conscious realization, I’m bringing to light that which has been hidden in me called “the hidden manna.” [...]

Day 21: Acknowledge only one God

March 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

And the Master said, “acknowledge only one God.” Yes, but God is life. Well, then acknowledge only one life. But God is love. Then acknowledge only one love. But God is law. Then acknowledge only one law. [...]

Day 20: God Is

March 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

Meditation 20: ...God appears as this universe. God unfolds Himself as this universe, and so when you begin to see this, you’ll know that God isn’t a power here, creating a universe here. [...]

Evolving Our Spiritual Capacities 2/5

March 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

The moment that it dawns in us that there is a creator or original source, and that whatever is created must be the offspring, the emanation of that; we begin to look around ourselves, and we, first of all, find nature; it may be in the form of trees or oceans or mountains or mines. [...]