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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 edition. Excerpt: ... formulated in our meditation, may be born on the self-conscious side of existence. "Thou, my Indwelling Christ, Word of God, art my Creative Spirit of Love, and the Omniscient, self-controlling Omnipotence of my mind within. 'Come now forth, Thou Living Word, and light the offices of the mind Thou hast founded in the earth-elements with Thy Spirit of Eternal Life and Infinite Knowledge-Love, that Thy Kingdom may come and Thy will be done, in my kingdom of self-consciousness as it is in the pure Subjectivity of Thy Kingdom Within." This teaching has grown by what we have learned from the Spirit. The word "Spirit" has various meanings to people. They say "the spirit moved me" with a sentimental meaning, but it does not bear that significance in this teaching. The movements of Spirit produce knowledge of Spirit in the mind and nothing save what is also in the likeness of Knowledge. To be moved continuously by the Spirit would produce a perennial self-consciousness of the Most High. We used to make the statement with emphasis "I am a living soul" and thought it wonderful. "Man became a living soul," as recorded in the Old Testament when he was clothed with the elements, but what is soul without the quickening Spirit, whose Manterm is Christ? When this Spirit speaks to us effectively we shall be following in the way of Life. Jesus, Himself undoubtedly practised in the Way He taught; we also must follow in the one way. The living soul has come into personal form and has connection with God only through the quickening Spirit--Christ--Subjective Man-- Instinctive Man. By unerring Instinct of the Man-Principle was the organisation for selfconsciousness brought forth. We start with the meditation "I Am" but we must translate our identity from the...
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