personal sense

Let It Flow Out 1/5

April 30, 2018 // 0 Comments

Do you think for a minute that God can be molded to do my will or your will? You can mold your will to the Divine and find that you will never in your life have a discord in proportion as you can mold your will to the Divine. But trying to mold God’s will to your need or my need is just the same type of stupidity that’s been going on in the religious world for thousands of years. [...]

Good Friday: The Crucifixion of Personal Sense

March 25, 2016 // 0 Comments

Instead of thinking of Good Friday as another holy day to be commemorated, what we should realize is that here is a day for the contemplation of another spiritual principle of life: the principle of self-abnegation, in which, when we have brought to light the nothingness of our human selfhood, then is revealed the allness, immortality, and eternality of our being because I and the Father are one, and all that the Father has is mine [...]

Temple Meditation (1/5)

October 2, 2015 // 0 Comments

All of this comes not from a book, not from scripture, not from a Bible, not from a man who lived two thousand years ago. All of this comes from way down deep within your own being, in proportion as you learn to listen for that still, small voice. [...]

“I”Dissolves Personal Sense

May 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

We honor God and we honor our spiritual integrity when, instead of asking for forgiveness or favors, we approach God with the finger on the lips and on the mind, going to God without thoughts, without desires, going to this center within ourselves in silence that we may hear the still small voice even when it is at its stillest and smallest. [...]

Easter: The Rising Above All Material Ties

April 22, 2014 // 0 Comments

That brings us to the Resurrection when, after having died to personal sense and having entombed that false sense of self, our true Self rises out of that tomb of the little self and walks this earth free: free and infinite, immortal and eternal, full of God-being. That is our Easter, our day of ascension, and we find that in our self-renunciation, as in our humility, we have stepped out of a tomb. We are walking the earth now, not full of personal possessions or personal virtues, but filled with the Holy Ghost, the Spirit of the Lord God Almighty which is upon us, and then we are ordained. Now that material sense has been thoroughly quenched, our real nature, our real being, can come to light. [...]