Edited & Condensed from a talk by Martin Exeter « December 1986 » The experience of cosmic identity has been lost, one might say, because human beings fell asleep. They exist at a subconscious level where they don’t belong, and they experience all sorts of traumatic dreams in that unconscious condition. It isn’t a matter, in human identity, of trying to validate it, because it’s invalid; it can’t be validated. It is a matter of letting it pass away. And we are aware that in our experience of dreaming, in the ordinary course of events, the way to dispel
Edited & Condensedfrom a talk by Martin Cecil « May 1967 » Human beings have been very successful in embodying lies. They have done a tremendous job, and now have the opportunity of enjoying the results. But there is wide-open opportunity for embodying the truth, the truth of love as it finds specific individual focus in each of us now. It is not going to be more present tomorrow than it is right now. It is no more present now than it was yesterday. This business of accepting the truth in the present moment has seemed so impossible to the
◄ by Uranda & Roger deWinton ► EVEN AS I was made in the image and likeness of the Great One, so also was every person whose life I may touch. I respect the divinity inherent in all living forms. EVEN AS the dignity of life is precious to me, so also is it to others. I will not physically, emotionally, or in any other way abuse those who place their trust in me. I am open to hear both favorable and unfavorable comments about the quality of my service. EVEN AS the all-wise Great Spirit has been patient and generous with
◄ Edited and condensed from a talk given by Martin Cecil, April 2, 1961 ► …In the world today there is a great deal of talk about peace, but fundamentally there is no peace. The words, “Peace be unto you,” surely need to be spoken today. While there are certainly many people in the world who are not particularly interested in peace—there are those, for instance, who make a profession of fighting, in one way or another, not all of them soldiers by any manner of means—nevertheless there are multitudes who claim that they want peace. However, generally speaking, they want
Whatever arises, Let me dwell in the secret place of the Most High. Let there be a place of stillness in the midst of turmoil. Let there be a place of ease amid disease. Let there be a place of order in the chaos. Let there be a place of love and beauty in the midst of fear and ugliness. Let my presence be a beacon of enfolding radiance in every circumstance.