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Father Consciousness 5/5

July 24, 2019 // 0 Comments

You realize that the healing practice must be based on the premise that that which appears as patient, as disease, as claim or condition, is not power and has no law. [...]

Flesh and Flesh 1/4

June 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Now then, once you comprehend the fact that the crops were in the ground before the seed, you will begin to see that Creation is an act of an Invisible Principle, visibly manifest. God incarnating Itself in manifest form. And then you will know that the Master's relationship to God is our relationship. Who was it that said, “Call no man on Earth your Father?” Who was it, who said that? [...]

Reality Experienced 3/4

November 5, 2015 // 0 Comments

Okay, let us then contemplate Reality, which is no thing, and it's no thought. It's neither a thought nor a thing, and if you can get back there to where there's no thing and no thought, that's It. [...]

Experience of the Christ 3/5

November 4, 2015 // 0 Comments

You have the right, with your mind, to know that two times two are four, but you have no right to try to make two times two four with your mind. You have a right to know the infinity of God, but you have no right with your mind to try to push God into making it so. You have a right with your mind to know that God is the only lawgiver, and therefore Spirit is the only law, and there’s no law of disease. But with your mind, you can’t make that law operate, and you can’t make that law a law. [...]

Spiritual Principles in World Affairs

January 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

God constitutes individual being; God is the very nature of man; and therefore, man’s nature is godly and good, and these qualities of evil – ambition, lust, greed, stupidity, ignorance and fear – are the carnal mind. But there is no carnal mind, for there is no mind but the One. [...]

Attain That Mind (3/4)

November 15, 2014 // 0 Comments

It may, for a moment, appear that we have discovered a simple secret of life, easily practiced—but do not deceive yourself. True, this is a simple, though deep, secret of life: in fact, all spiritual living and healing is based upon it. But the ability to attain this consciousness comes only with constant and steadfast practice; the continuous abiding in the knowledge that we must not accept appearances; that we must reject consciously every concept of God, of man, of things; and that we must patiently “be still” until God reveals through our higher consciousness that which is Truth—the Truth about God, man, and the universe. This is the means of developing that spiritual consciousness which alone is the healing power, and also is the gift of spiritual knowing and living. [...]