If you allow your mind to be the instrument of your Soul, then when a problem confronts you, instead of battling or working against it, you will remember, first of all, that where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. Joel S. Goldsmith in “July.. Spiritual Freedom” Ch 7 Heart of Mysticism vol. 6

As you can read above Joel gives us clear instruction in essence, how to deal with the problems confronting us. These instructions are always directly to you. That’s why it is so helpful to read a chapter and take a good look at it, letting what it says effect you deeply. See here the chapter used in the class.

Chapter 6, 1959 Letters of Joel S. Goldsmith, July, Spiritual Freedom DOWNLOAD HERE

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From this chapter we work through the ‘direct’ problem solving. The questions that are answered are : What do you do when you meet a problem? What habits are perpetuating problems we face? Is there a way to let go of habits? What can be your only problem? What is a miracle?

Watch or listen to the class.


To read chapter 13 “Fear Not” of the Art of Meditation of Joel S. Goldsmith, we will use next week DOWNLOAD HERE

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If you admit Me and abide in Me and let Me abide in you, then I am your safety, your security, your peace, your meat, wine, and water. “My peace I give unto you; not as the world giveth, give I unto you.” Where does this “My peace” come from except from Me, and how would it come from Me if I were not in you? I in thee, and thou in Me. As you abide in this conscious realization that I abide in you, you abide in Me, and we are one. Then all that I, God, am becomes your experience. All that I have becomes yours. All My peace becomes your peace. “My kingdom is not of this world.” “My kingdom,” the kingdom of the I that I Am, My kingdom, the Christ kingdom, the spiritual kingdom, is not of this world. “My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways.” My peace I give unto you because I am within you, and you are within Me, for we are one. (Joel S. Goldsmith)