Friday, May 30, 2014

A Living Philosophy...

The following is from Walter Russell's wife, Lao.  It is called:

Code of Ethics for a Living Philosophy

To bring blessings upon yourself, bless your neighbor.
To enrich yourself, enrich your neighbor
Honor your neighbor and your neighbor will honor you.
To sorely hurt yourself, hurt your neighbor.
He who seeks love will find it by giving it.
The measure of a mans wealth is the measure of the wealth he has given. 
To enrich yourself with many friends, enrich your friends with yourself.
That which you take away from any man, the world will take away from you.
When you take the first step to give yourself to that which you want, it will also take the first step to give itself to you.
Peace and happiness do not come to you from your horizon, they spread from you out to infinity beyond your horizon.
The whole universe is a mirror which reflects back to you that which you project into it.
Love is like unto the ascent of a high mountain peak. It comes ever nearer to you as you go ever nearer to it.

University of Science and Philosphy

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

The 7 Eyes of God...

This week on LIFESTYLY LUMINARIES RADIO program, we will be discussing a transcribed lecture by Neville Goddard called, "The 7 Eyes of God". This lecture, circa 1960's, is a great description of the 7 levels of consciousness that Man experiences in his 'Prodigal' journey, by a man of deep inner vision that had many sacred texts and writings luminated for him... particularly, the Bible. Note that this has very little to do with the contemporary biblical understandings and if your religious sensibilities are not open to expansion... You are not invited to the discussion. Having studied his work for over 15 years, we are often excited to share some of his revelations with people only to find that the way in which he writes does not seem to penetrate the surface mind of most people to create understanding. We are often asked, "... but what does it mean?" or "I like what I hear when you talk about it, but I do not get anything out of reading his work".  So, we thought that we would take one of our favorite illuminations and discuss it live, on Radio, Thursday, 5-29-14, at 5:30pm MDT(Mountain Time as we are now in beautiful Boulder,CO). So join us as we endeavor to elucidate one of the great teachings of our time that really explains a lot about what is going on here in the Earth-school. Below is the actual lecture, so InJoy!

The Seven Eyes of God
Neville Goddard

we must go on to higher and higher levels, for that is the purpose of the teacher. I would like to look tonight into what it is to my mind, the greatest book in the world, the Bible, and show you a section with which you may not be familiar. It concerns the Seven Eyes of God, from the visions of Zechariah. He saw a stone with seven facets, and the Voice said, this is actually the seven eyes of God that reach over the entire world. For these seven eyes are really in man, for man is the earth of God. So forget this little planet and know that man is the true earth in which God is planted. These are the seven visions of God, seven increasingly clarifying visions of the Creator. The Bible names them but you must look for them.
The first appears only once in the Bible in Isaiah 14 ~ Lucifer, the morning star. And it tells how he is fallen and cut down to the ground - this shining being. All races have taught that man has fallen. It is not something that belongs to the Christian or the Jewish faiths, but all races have held this concept. So the first Eye of God is Lucifer - cut down to the ground.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

What is....

"Surely, a man who is understanding life does not want beliefs. A man who loves, has no beliefs he loves. It is the man who is consumed by the intellect who has beliefs, because intellect is always seeking security, protection; it is always avoiding danger, and therefore it builds ideas, beliefs, ideals, behind which it can take shelter. What would happen if you dealt with violence directly, now? You would be a danger to society; and because the mind foresees the danger, it says "I will achieve the ideal of nonviolence ten years later which is such a fictitious, false process... ; To understand what is, is more important than to create and follow ideals because ideals are false, and what is is the real. To understand what is requires an enormous capacity, a swift and unprejudiced mind. It is because we dont want to face and understand what is that we invent the many ways of escape and give them lovely names as the ideal, the belief, God. Surely, it is only when I see the false as the false that my mind is capable of perceiving what is true. A mind that is confused in the false, can never find the truth. Therefore, I must understand what is false in my relationships,