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“25” Practitioner Class Cont.3/5

May 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

I know that Thou art closer to me than breathing. I know that Thou art the all knowing, and I don’t have to tell You anything. I know that Thou art the all loving. In fact, I know that Thou art Being. Thou art Being all that I would have Thee be. Thou art doing all that I would have Thee do. Thou knowest my need, and his need, and her need. [...]

Proving Carnal Mind No Power 5/5

March 27, 2018 // 0 Comments

And I believe that everyone of us can do the same thing. Not by might or by power, not by anything that will enable us to deserve plaudits, but simply by knowing this truth. Quietly, sacredly,  secretly. Carnal mind, there wouldn’t be a sin, disease or death in the world if it wasn’t for carnal mind, and carnal mind is the belief in two powers, and there aren’t two powers. And it’s as simple as that when brought to realisation. And that’s our function. [...]

1958 Chicago Private “25” 1/5

March 14, 2018 // 0 Comments

No, the principles of The Infinite Way are universal principles that are meant to, well, act as the second coming of the Christ; in other words, to bring peace, harmony, wholeness to human consciousness. [...]

The Last Enemy 3/5

March 21, 2016 // 1 Comment

When people in the ordinary run of human existence die, or pass on, there is only a momentary lapse of consciousness from which they awaken in practically the same degree of mortality or material sense. They have not advanced or been made spiritual through the act of passing on; they have not been released from materiality into spirituality. [...]

The Spiritual Christmas part 2

December 25, 2014 // 0 Comments

The world will accept the Christ when the world is sufficiently in need of It: The Hebrews under Pharaoh accepted Moses, but their need was great; the Hebrews under Caesar accepted the Christ, also because their need was great. And so this entire world will accept the Christ when its need becomes great enough. Some evidence of this is becoming apparent because in those countries that have experienced the greatest problems we have found the greatest receptivity and response. [...]