A Fairies Tell A Fairies Tell, are a series of poetic rhymes and riddles. Through these poems you are taken on a journey into a realm which for most of us is completely unexplored. It is a totally different way of looking at ideas, and concepts which have been defined by the objective sense perceptions of the mind. You are lead through a fantasy adventure from spirit to being, and back. From the infinite presence into form, and back. From formless existence to form, where life appears. A key to the apprehension of the concepts presented in these works is an impossible idea, which supposedly occurred before the beginning of time. It goes like this: (from -A Course in miracles) Into eternity there crept a (tiny mad idea) at which the Son of God forgot to laugh. In his forgetfulness did the thought become a serious idea and possible of both accomplishment and real effects. This idea is a perception of the mind, and is the cause of all the so called evil that exist. To correct this idea is to return to a way of being that is joy, peace, and abundance. The purpose of this course of spiritual psychology is to prepare the necessary groundwork to precipitate a sudden jump in consciousness, through encouraging a total change of perception. All perception is a product of thinking. From thinking we "are" our minds, we begin to see that we have minds, and that it is the mind that has thoughts, beliefs, feelings and concepts. There are many important questions that must be asked and answered in order to realize your truth. That is the purpose of these writing. You might call them myth, a dream, and illusion, a perceptual imagined reality based in relativity. It is all we have, here and now, to deal with, to uncover, and in so doing make life a joy instead of a drudgery The mystic proclaims: Our mind is our home in which we live and manifest this world. As we clean up the microcosm in our mind then the macrocosm, the world will clear up also.
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Book Description Bernare Ballard, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 62 pages. 8.50x5.50x0.16 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0985752076
Book Description Bernare Ballard, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0985752076