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They constitute a full course of twelve lessons, and fully cover the subject of Mental Healing and Spiritual Unfoldment in a very simple and practical manner.
CONTENTS: 1st Lesson -- Statement of Being. 2d Lesson. Thinking. 3d Lesson ---Denials. 4th Lesson--- Affirmations. 5th Lesson -- Faith. 6th Lesson -- Definitions. 7th Lesson --- Spiritual Understanding. 8th Lesson ---Secret Place of the Most High 9th Lesson. Finding the Secret Place. 10th Lesson - Spiritual Gifts. 11th Lesson-- Unity of the Spirit. 12th Lesson - Bondage or Liberty - Which?
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UNITY TRACT SOCIETY, Publishers.
1315 McGee Street, Kansas City, Mo.
BE STILLIND, KNOW THAT YAM GOD.
ek FOUNDATIONS. Vol. XIII. KANSAS CITY MO., OCTOBER, 1900. No. 4. 1983
PAGE Poem-“Pilgrim's Progress." 147 elve
By Sarah Elizabeth Griswold.
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UNITY TRACT SOCIETY, Publishers,
1315 McGee Street, Kansas City, Mo.
LENOX A Devoted to
KANSAS CITY, MO., OCTOBER, 1900.
SARAH ELIZABETH GRISWOLD.
In the midnight's mighty silence,
In the morning's rosy light,
In the darkening shades of night,
Themes of import most profound,
Throbbing on the airs around;
Sighing in the whispering leaves —
Render thanks to Him who gives
Power and might His will to do;
Strength and courage to pursue
Judging by the world's dim light,
Grow to be surpassing bright.
Dost thou think alone thou art?
Quit thou thy throbbing heart.
See the footprints of the Lord;
See the sunshine through the cloud.
“I in God, and thou in me;
Look, O Pilgrim, look and see,
Radiant with a light divine,
Brother Pilgrim, peace is thine.
BY LEO VIRGO. And Jesus said unto him, Why callest thou me good ? there is none good but one, that is, God.-- Mark 10:18.
The understanding of the great Truth that all is Mind involves the sequence that all that appears in the invisible and the visible are groups of ideas, or states of consciousness.
Hence the eating of the fruit of the tree in the midst of the garden by Adam and Eve is a symbolical description of their coming into new states of consciousness.
They had existed in a state where ideas were in their original harmony of arrangement under the impulse of the Divine Mind. The ego had not asserted its free prerogative, but remained in ignorance of that privilege — the privilege of giving up its state of innocent guidance and launching out in its own way.
It is the privilege of the ego to become acquainted with all its rights, regardless of the severity of the experience it may pass through in coming into this knowledge.
When the son becomes of age the just father always gives him his share of the patrimony to do with as he deems best. If he goes into a far country and squanders it, he has done only what he might be liable to do at any time. If the father saw his liability to make such a move and restrained him by withholding his inheritance, he would nevertheless eventually find himself the possessor of his right and free to do with it as he willed.
So it is within reason and logic to say that man could not be the executive department of the Godhead without being free to exercise all the prerogatives thereof.
Then the Garden of Eden resolves itself into the One Universal Mind of God in which all things are