attitude

Beginning Steps 4/4

July 8, 2019 // 0 Comments

In all of our work, please remember that for as long a time as possible before the opening of a class, be silent. Sit in meditation. Sit in a listening attitude, as if you were actually waiting for the still small voice to speak. [...]

To Know Him Aright 4/5

March 1, 2017 // 0 Comments

The first is “prosperity.” This is probably the most difficult form of temptation to overcome, it is the form of temptation that wrecks more people than all the other temptations in the world—prosperity. Why? [...]

God’s Grace Without Price or Reason 4/4

December 14, 2016 // 0 Comments

Without words and without thoughts, you can almost feel your heart opening out to receive the Master, to receive divine grace, without thinking it, without speaking it. In complete silence, just have the attitude or motive of, “Here I am, Father. Thy will be done in me.” Learn to pray without words and without thoughts. [...]

From Within 2/5

November 15, 2016 // 0 Comments

Now, you see then that if this is true—“the place whereon I stand is holy ground”—I don’t have to move out into a church. I don’t have to move into a holy mountain. I don’t have to move into another country or a better climate. The place whereon I stand is holy ground. If I make my bed in hell, God is there. If I make my bed in heaven, God is there. If I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, God is there. And where’s all this sum up to? [...]

A Beholder 1/6

May 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Regardless of the nature of our work, there are duties to be performed and obligations to be met each day, but by being a beholder we discover that there is a divine Power which guides and directs us; that “He performeth the thing that is appointed for me.” [...]

Practicing the Presence Cont. 4/4

April 9, 2016 // 0 Comments

In spiritual healing it is necessary that no treatment be given today that was given yesterday. Every treatment must be spontaneous; every treatment must come from God, not from your stored up memory. [...]