Thursday, February 25, 2010

My Sense of Wonderful Wholeness

"Only my growing clearly conscious self-helpfulness can ever aid me to appreciate my wholeness-allness-oneness identity (divinity).  My practice of this self-insight is the well-spring of my ideology idealizing my solipsistic or mystic nature.  It is true of my solipsism as it is true of my selfishness itself: my problem cannot be that I am "too selfish", only that I am not sufficiently selfish about all of me (including my 'you'). " -- Dr. John M. Dorsey, University Professor, page 10

Friday, February 12, 2010


The "God-idea" (Infinity) as it evolves in consciousness, is described in Matthew 24 and Luke 21. "What shall be the sign of the shall hear of wars and rumors of wars; see that ye be not troubled;...nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, and there shall be famines and pestlilences, and great earthquakes in divers places (airplanes colliding, innumerable murders, terrorist groups, and starvation)...When ye see these things come to pass, look up, and lift up your heads, and know that the Kingdom of God is nigh at hand.' This is the view of Infinity as it unfolds in the langauge of paradox: loss is gain, nothing is something, destruction is construction - 'He who would gain his life must lose it.'

   The ancient prophets were masters of Science-fiction.  They had vivid imaginations and told the story of the God-idea in languge that could not fail to startle and shock.  Their interpretations of the mighty power of Truth, to overthrow the "establishment" - conditioned or static thinking -- is expressed in myth that has made the Bible a best-seller.  Infinity, Truth functioning in/as individual/universal consciousness to bring the Unknown into the known, the Invisible into the visible, the Unconscious into the conscious, does this so incredibly that it can only be interpreted through a remarkable story of this mighty force. 'And suddenly there was a great earthquake, so that the foundations of the prison wer shaken, and immediately all the doors were opened and everyone's hands were loosed."  Today, Truth and Love are still seen as earthquakes, famine, and pestilience, acts of violence,-- the dying of the old in the birthing of the new order.  This is the paradox of Infinity.

   'Our false views of life hide the eternal harmony and produce the ills of which we complain.'  All happenings whatever the name - inform me that I consciously am, and because of this fact, my Mind, Infinity, is my own Selfconscious divinity, the source of my health, wealth and happiness.

   Science is the understanding or capacity to see that the breaking up of material belief (conditioned thinking or personal sense) seen in the language of famine, pestilence, want and woe, is literally the action of Truth.  As long as matter is mistaken for the energy of Spirit, Infinity cannot be conceived except as destruction and construction, birth and death, good and evil, right and wrong.  However, what is breaking up is not a material world, but the supersititious belief that there is a world outside of Mind created by 'other' than one's own Self-divinity.

   Admitting the error of identifying the I with person instead of Principle, we cannot complain or do anything about the suffering incidental to that point of view.  Therefore, it is most important to let the suffering alone and live the Science, the discernment that 'whatever Is, perfectly Is.'  This discernment is the conscious thought, completely satisfied and satisfying, and is the Word made flesh, - the divine body."
Margaret Laird, Laird Letters 1975, Jan/Feb.)