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Arise from dreams of limiting mortal boundaries to the realization of the vastness of the immortal soul within you.

We are not our bodies, or our clothes, or our possessions, or our money, or any temporal thing. We are made up of the same light matter as the stars and we all have an equal share of the Divine Spark within us. Every breath we take comes from the Holy Spirit, and even our heartbeats march in tune with the cadence of the Cosmos.

Infinity is our Home. We are just sojourning awhile in the caravanserai of the body.

From the everlasting Kingdom of Peace do we come ere our birth, from the loving bosom of our Father. We are made in His image, filled with His Breath, and surrounded at all times by His Spirit. Our presence on the earth-plane is but a brief adventure away from Home, so that we may explore the depths of Who We Are more fully before we return.

Love outlasts death and the ravages of time.

The Love of God is Unending Joy and ever-new bliss! Death is merely the doorway that leads us closer to God, in Whom is found Life Everlasting! In the hidden depths of our Soul, we hold the Truth of all things; it is the dis-ease of the mind that disturbs "this" and "that." As a Pagan chant states, "We all come from the Goddess, and to Her we shall return."

When the soul is identified with Spirit, it feels itself as one with the Joy of limitless space.

Pure euphoria is Unity with God, and the omnipresence of God is echoed throughout every particle in Creation. The beauty of God's perfect Love abounds everywhere and at all times! Thus, by identifying our tiny selves with the Spirit of God, we come to identify with the ever-present Love of God.

Everything in the Lord's creation has some specific utility. All matter, however insignificant, has a particular purpose and effect.

All life experiences are our teachers, even when we cannot seem to grasp the significance of a thing; there is always some purpose that is in some way aligned with the will of God. Being a Student of Life requires us to strive to be conscious of every moment and allow everything to come and go, for "this too, shall pass".

Be enthroned in the castle of goodness.... If you continuously add to the good things you can remember, you will in time remember the greatest good...and that is God.

If we strive to see the good in all things, we will strengthen our spiritual sight with which to see the glorious presence of God!

Know that this universe is nothing but a dream bluff of nature to test your consciousness of immortality.

We can only know a thing by what it is not, but to the unaware mind the illusions of apparent reality often eclipses the Actuality of What Is. We are so much more than this gross matter, and nothing can ever truly harm our immortal souls!

Come into the silence of solitude, and the vibration there will talk to you through the voice of God.

Through meditation, spirituality, and mystical practices we raise our vibrations



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