“…Revelation induces complete but temporary suspension of doubt and fear. It reflects the original form of communication between God and His creations, involving the extremely personal sense of creation sometimes sought in physical relationships. Physical closeness cannot achieve it…

Revelation is intensely personal and cannot be meaningfully translated. That is why any attempt to describe it in words is impossible. Revelation induces only experience. Miracles, on the other hand, induce action. They are more useful now because of their interpersonal nature. In this phase of learning, working miracles is important because freedom from fear cannot be thrust upon you. Revelation is literally unspeakable because it is an experience of unspeakable love…”

The Meaning of Miracles – Revelation, Time and Miracles – A Course In Miracles excerpt – Chapter 1 § 2

“It is necessary to understand that I Am,
In order that I may know that I Am Not,
So that, at last, I may realize that,
I Am Not, therefore I Am…


We do not possess an ‘ego’.
We are possessed by the idea of one…


All the evil in the world, and all the unhappiness, comes from the I-concept…


What do you have to do?
Pack your bags,
Go to the station without them,
Catch the train,
And leave your self behind…”

Wei Wu Wei – Bits and pieces excerpt http://www.weiwuwei.8k.com/bits.html

Mazed & Amazed


Human as Veil

Captivation in Acceptedness

When we as human beings try to get a glimpse of truth we often fail to do so because truth is concealed by our very humanity. Our humanity is itself the first and the last and the only veil behind which The Absolute and The Infinite dwells.

It is under the mask and disguise of humanity that we appear as separated beings. In reality this separation is like an optical illusion. Our immersion and absorption in our humanity and our human affairs has obscured the view of the transcendental realm within which we are all united as one experiencing transcendental onlooker.

The gaze of the transcendental onlooker is captivated by world-belief and world-experience; through this transcendental experience the onlooker objectifies itself as humanity, and forgetting its own essence and its objectifying act the onlooker falls into the false belief that it is human.


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Are You Invested in the Truth or in Debt to Death?

One Light of Being™

InvocationDear Holy Spirit, today is a glorious new day full of opportunities to receive Your Help and Companionship as we walk together back Home.   Yet my mind is still so undisciplined.  My thoughts quickly lead me away from the Path of Peace when I do not look upon them with You.  And how dramatic now do I see the difference my thoughts and Yours bring to my mind.  You are a shining Light from which I hide when I entertain the false thoughts of my ego, and in hiding You, I hide the Peace and Joy which You bring for me.  Today, I am determined to see with Your Holy Sight.   I am determined to hear Your Holy Thoughts.  I accept the gifts You bring and hold them out to the world that they may be received.  I give your Love and forgiveness, that I recognize I have…

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The Three Universal Characteristics

Grit Flow

Gautama buddha

The Three Universal Characteristics are important parts of Buddhist teachings.
Characteristics may be defined as a feature or quality belonging typically to a person, place, or thing and serving to identify them. The Three Universal Characteristics are connected with existence, and they tell us about the nature of existence.

Aicca (impermanence ) – Anicca is the belief that everything changes and that nothing stays the same.Impermanence is one of the essential doctrines or three marks of existence in Buddhism. The term expresses the Buddhist notion that all of conditioned existence, without exception, is transient, or in a constant state of flux.

Anatta (non-self or substanceless ) – Annata is the belief that there is no such thing as “self”, and that there is no immortal soul.

Dukkha ( sorrow or suffering ) – Dukkha is suffering, and Buddhists believe that suffering is caused by bad emotions such as greed or…

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