malpractice

Leading Up To “Malpractice” 5/5

December 12, 2018 // 0 Comments

You see then that at this stage of our work in the “25” groups that we have arrived or should have arrived at the consciousness where, with every murmur of discord in the national or international scene, or the weather, or some facet of the weather or climate, or disease, that we have arrived at that fourth-dimensional Consciousness, which is enabled quickly to respond with, “Ah, yes, the universal belief in two powers, temporal power, no power,” and go on about our business. [...]

Nothing Takes Place Outside Consciousness 3/5

March 31, 2017 // 3 Comments

Now, we have here a question: “In the past, we have been using affirmations and denials. Now in The Infinite Way it is the realization of the Presence. Since we have been warned not to mix these two systems, and it takes time to develop spiritual consciousness, what system should be used in the interim?” [...]

Our Infinity through God 5/5

January 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

In The Infinite Way, if you refer back to some of the other writings, you will find that even good thoughts aren't power. Real power is truth, and God's thoughts are not your thoughts, but when God's thoughts reach you, when God's truth reaches your consciousness that is power. [...]

God As My Being 4/4

September 13, 2016 // 0 Comments

God constitutes my being. God is the measure of my being. God is my understanding, my mind, my soul, my spirit, God is my life and all that constitutes me flows forth from the ‘I’ that I am—My divine Sonship. [...]

Resurrection 4/4

February 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

And these are the principles that we use in our treatment or prayer. Now, let me take you a step further with prayer and with treatment. Well, it looks as if we must have a little rest first. All right, let’s have a vacation for five minutes or so. [...]

Progress Cannot Be Judged By Appearances

September 22, 2014 // 0 Comments

Every mystic has discovered, as he meditated, studied, practiced, and did whatever he was instructed to do, that in spite of not seeming to make much progress, in one minute of one day, or one second of one night, “whereas I was blind, now I see.” The “old man” was dead, and the “new man” had been born. [...]