Buddhist

The Way of Prayer 1/5

January 21, 2017 // 0 Comments

And in Zen, there is the term satori, and satori—to receive satori—means exactly to receive light, or illumination, or divine grace. So we have it in Japan, and we have it in India. We have it in the Holy Land that whenever an individual attains light or illumination, they are said to be enlightened and not necessarily all to the same degree. But some, at least, like Gautama the Buddha, or Jesus the Christ, or the Bodhidharma, these, of course, have been declared to have received complete illumination and to have become the light of their particular world. [...]

I Am the Way 1/3

May 14, 2016 // 1 Comment

It is only when you agree that the Spirit of God is with you; that the Spirit of God accompanies you; that the Spirit of God is upon you; that the Spirit of God goes where you go. Only when you come to this conviction, are you fulfilling the statement that those who have the Spirit of God are Children of God, heirs of God, joint heirs to all the heavenly riches… only when the Spirit of God is with you. And, this comes only through your recognition. [...]