“I” 5/5

January 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

Be still. Be still and know that I am God and then let I be God. Do not direct It. Do not send It out. Do not make a servant of It. That helps to understand that you must not make a servant of God. Do not try to tell God what you want It to do. Do not even want It to do something. Just let I be I. [...]

“I” 2/5

January 14, 2018 // 0 Comments

The secret of spiritual demonstration is really the activity of individual consciousness, and it hasn’t anything to do with a God. It has to do with the attainment of a God state of consciousness. It hasn’t anything to do with a Spirit. It has to do with the individual attainment of spiritual consciousness. [...]

Evolving Our Spiritual Capacities 1/5

March 20, 2017 // 0 Comments

The attainment of that Paul describes as I live yet not I, Christ liveth in me, remember that: I live yet not I. There is another being, there is another selfhood, there is another something besides the physical and mental me, and he called that something “Christ” which really means Son of God. [...]

God’s Grace Without Price or Reason 4/4

December 14, 2016 // 0 Comments

Without words and without thoughts, you can almost feel your heart opening out to receive the Master, to receive divine grace, without thinking it, without speaking it. In complete silence, just have the attitude or motive of, “Here I am, Father. Thy will be done in me.” Learn to pray without words and without thoughts. [...]

Contemplative Meditation on Grace 1/5

December 7, 2016 // 0 Comments

All right. Now let me give you the first, the greatest Principle of this message of The Infinite Way, the Principle upon which its entire activity has been founded. God constitutes individual being. God constitutes your being. And that is why Scripture says, “The place whereon thou standest is holy ground.” I and the Father are here where I am. God is the mind of me. This means of you. God is the Life. God is the Soul. God is the Spirit. Therefore, God is the capacity of your individual being. [...]

Teaching the Nature of God 5/5

September 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Prayer is a state of silence in which we commune, in which we receive God's grace and where every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God becomes power, and we become the receptivity through which it flows. And that's why the Master could say, "I am a servant.” And in this relationship, that's all we are. We're a servant here, receiving the grace of God and allowing it to flow. [...]

Teaching the Nature of God 4/5

September 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Prayer is no longer words or thoughts. Prayer is no longer asking God to do something or expecting something of God. Now prayer has got a whole new meaning. And, as I see it, prayer is a state of silence in which I become receptive to the word of God. Prayer is a state of silence, where the mind is still and the spiritual faculty is alert and receives the grace of God. This is prayer. [...]