True Identity 1/5

March 26, 2017 // 0 Comments

There’s only one way really and truly to find God, to experience God. That is to long for it with our whole heart, and soul, and mind, and body, so that we would travel thousands of miles to experience it; that we will fight the elements to reach it; stay awake nights, if necessary; put our hearts, and minds, and bodies right into this thing, because anything less than that will not reveal God. [...]

Secrecy 3/5

October 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

Secrecy is a Spiritual Principle. It is actually… secrecy is actually a substance that is as real and tangible as that glass. Secrecy is a substance that holds within it your experiences, and holds it there, and holds it there, and keeps on manifesting it. It is almost like seeing the sun up in the sky, and it would appear as if the sky is surrounding the sun and holding it up there. [...]

Fourth Dimensional Consciousness 5/5

April 30, 2016 // 0 Comments

But joyous experiences come for this reason, and it’s all worthwhile. The moment that you attain a measure, a slight measure, of this spiritual consciousness, you will find that material and mental laws fade at your presence, even when you don’t consciously give a treatment, even when you do not consciously say a prayer. [...]

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. [...]

Contemplative Meditation 2/4

November 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

Then you see; we’ll rise above being practitioners and teachers. We will be just people who live in God. Whoever gets blessed by it, will be blessed incidentally to the fact that we have stopped wanting to heal and help, that we’ve come to a place in consciousness where our whole life is just for the purpose of living in God. And that is the object of this life. [...]

Specific Principles (1/5)

June 8, 2014 // 0 Comments

There is no way to explain it.  Those who meditate eventually will realize that I am I, and then they will know that I am I, eternally and immortally.  Whether or not they remember past experiences is of absolutely no importance.  You, at this particular minute, probably do not know any of your past experiences, and may never even have thought that you had them. On the other hand, there are those who, through spiritual development, are made aware of their past experience – and yet, not necessarily of all of the experiences of the past, but probably the experience of one particular lifetime, or two or three or four, as the occasion may require.  Now, as a person develops spiritually, and a spiritual work is given them to do, they are provided with everything necessary for their experience, and if it is necessary for them to know something of their past experience, or the why and wherefore of their present experience, it is revealed to them. [...]