.. the spiritual seeker wants love and joy but that intention triggers the surfacing of all that obstructs it and prevents its appearance. Those who dedicate themselves to love and peace automatically pull up from the unconscious all that is cruel, unloving, and hateful to be healed. … These were, after all, what had obstructed the love and joy, so one can be thankful that these deterrents have been brought up to be resolved by the spiritual tools available.
From I : Reality and Subjectivity p. 71
Direct one’s focus inward to the absolute subjectivity of all experiencing.
… Ask, ‘How am I aware or even know that I exist?’ … It is consciousness itself. Identify with that consciousness instead of ‘what’ it is conscious about. That is the direct route to the Self.
… The subjectivity of consciousness is the Illumination of the Self as the universal ‘I’ of Reality. …That ‘I’ is the Essence of All That Is and includes the totality of the Presence as the ever present Source of Existence, beyond all time or place. It has no beginning and no end.
Q: Much publicity is given to negative health information.
A: Much so-called health information is distorted and merely reflects a hidden political or financial agenda. It is a self-serving positionality which the naïve public believes represents objective ‘scientific’ reporting. Nothing could be farther from the truth. All supposedly scientific statements represent the exposition of a positionality. The data are selective and, more importantly, imbalanced in that only part of the story is presented, and the facts that would change the influence of the report are suppressed.
From I: Reality and Subjectivity, ch. 4, pg. 66
Q: What replaces the mind when it disappears?
A: Divine wisdom unfolds. Consciousness/awareness remains but it is an autonomous quality or condition. Loss of mind does not result in ‘nothingness’; on the contrary, it is replaced by Allness. The leaf is not the tree. It is safe to abandon any identification with what one thinks or believes one is for none of it is real, and ‘nothingness’ is purely an imagination.
From Discovery of the Presence of God, Ch. 4, pg. 86-87
… to benefit the world, it is necessary to change not the world but oneself, for what one becomes is influential by virtue of its essence (nonlinear) and not its actions (limited and linear). The purpose of action is to control others. Force (emotional or otherwise) results in counter force; power comes from the nonlinear level of consciousness itself.
Straight and narrow is the path, for without inner discipline, the spiritual energy becomes dissipated in diverse attractions. Profound silence is more influential and beneficial than an avalanche of redundant words and actions that emanate from the spiritual ego and its platitudinous rationalizations.