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To Attain Him: Step 5

 

Hold your mind with patience in suspended, balanced and motionless poise and wait for Them to work with you.

Let us remember that Mother Spirit is ‘mind’. She provides ‘mind’ all across our universe so that we all can experience our Paradise Father, whom She works for along with all of her daughters/angels, in personal and loving ‘spiritual intercourse’.


 

 

 

 

intercourse

noun

1 : connection or dealings between persons

2 : exchange especially of thoughts or feelings : communion

To Attain Him: - Step 5
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'In returning to your spiritual rest shall you be saved; in quietness and confidence shall be your strength.’ They who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles. They shall run and not be weary; they shall walk and not be faint. The Lord shall give you rest from your fear.  131:2.6

Receptivity and Capacity...meditation and relaxation

That’s the technique of worship!


Rodan’s words are poignant: Jesus has taught us that God lives in man; then how can we induce man to release these soul-bound powers of divinity and infinity?

How shall we induce men to let go of God that he may spring forth to the refreshment of our own souls while in transit outward and then to serve the purpose of enlightening, uplifting, and blessing countless other souls?

The Lures of Maturity

The effort toward maturity necessitates work, and work requires energy. Whence the power to accomplish all this? The physical things can be taken for granted, but the Master has well said, “Man cannot live by bread alone.” Granted the possession of a normal body and reasonably good health, we must next look for those lures which will act as a stimulus to call forth man’s slumbering spiritual forces. Jesus has taught us that God lives in man; then how can we induce man to release these soul-bound powers of divinity and infinity? How shall we induce men to let go of God that he may spring forth to the refreshment of our own souls while in transit outward and then to serve the purpose of enlightening, uplifting, and blessing countless other souls? How best can I awaken these latent powers for good which lie dormant in your souls? One thing I am sure of: Emotional excitement is not the ideal spiritual stimulus. Excitement does not augment energy; it rather exhausts the powers of both mind and body. Whence then comes the energy to do these great things? Look to your Master. Even now he is out in the hills taking in power while we are here giving out energy. The secret of all this problem is wrapped up in spiritual communion, in worship. From the human standpoint it is a question of combined meditation and relaxation. Meditation makes the contact of mind with spirit; relaxation determines the capacity for spiritual receptivity. And this interchange of strength for weakness, courage for fear, the will of God for the mind of self, constitutes worship. At least, that is the way the philosopher views it.  160:3.1

When these experiences are frequently repeated, they crystallize into habits, strength-giving and worshipful habits, and such habits eventually formulate themselves into a spiritual character, and such a character is finally recognized by one’s fellows as a mature personality. These practices are difficult and time-consuming at first, but when they become habitual, they are at once restful and timesaving. The more complex society becomes, and the more the lures of civilization multiply, the more urgent will become the necessity for God-knowing individuals to form such protective habitual practices designed to conserve and augment their spiritual energies.  ~ Rodan 160:3.2

This is so very straight-forward.  Jesus showed us the way.  Rodan recognized it!

Like a broken record, I say again. 

 

Faith is all that is required.