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Practitioner Training

September 15, 2018 // 0 Comments

The practitioner training is available for everyone that has experiences of Oneness and healing yourself. It comes from a deep inner calling and knowing. To come into the certainty of "demonstrating" Oneness and extending the Love that you are is what this training is for. [...]

Online Classes and Meditations

January 2, 2018 // 0 Comments

This year we will be offering Online Classes. There is a few times a week an online meditation( 40 minutes) and there will be online classes (40 minutes). The first couple of months " the Contemplative Life" by Joel S. Goldsmith is used for the "Infinite Way 101 online class". [...]

Praise – Thanksgiving – Adoration 1/4

November 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

Spiritualism has to do with the subject of contact with people who have passed on, people who have to human sense, died, people who are on another plane of consciousness, but another human plane, just like this earth plane. In other words, the act of dying hasn't made them spiritual, nor has the act of dying lifted them into spiritual consciousness. They are just as much a human being after passing on as they were beforehand. [...]

Esoteric Meaning Of Easter 5/5

April 12, 2017 // 0 Comments

The spiritual life is an individual life. There are ways of receiving help from a teacher. There are ways of receiving help from each other, but the final battle and victory is an entirely individual one that must be fought out in the consciousness of you as an individual, just as Jesus probably could have gotten a little support from his disciples in the garden of Gethsemane. [...]

Starting the Contemplative Life

March 18, 2017 // 0 Comments

Here another Mountain Path Quarterly of the Ramana Maharishi community, where Joel's writings are included. First in this publication they show an appreciation to Joel "The human mind cannot grasp the eternal Truth hidden behind the veil of appearances. [...]

Jnana Marga in Christianity

February 9, 2017 // 2 Comments

The teaching of Joel Goldsmith is a remarkable reminder of the possibility of jnana-marga that it contains. It is an illustration also of the truth that jnana-marga, the ' path of knowledge', does not imply philosophy or erudition but is as simple as it is profound. If any followers of the Maharshi, trained to equate jnana-marga with Self-enquiry, find Joel Goldsmith's method of concentrating on biblical texts strange, they should recall that it is very close to the use of Mahdvdkyds recommended by Shankaracharya. [...]