After the activity of each day winds down and my house
becomes still, I go to my office to meditate and prepare "The Daily
Lesson" for this group, and the consciousness of the world, for the
I feel that this meditation is the perfect time to be a
gathering activity and not just mine in the evening and the yours the next
day... We as a group are blessed by this opportunity to come together as a
Circle of Christhood for Healing and Illumination. "For where two or three
are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them."
I would like to invite each and every one of you to this
activity before retiring today and we shall awake tomorrow in the Light of
God's day unfolding before us.
The time frame is 10PM-Midnight Central Time US
(World time is GMT 06:00)
Feel free to Abide at 10PM and stay late if you want, or
be with us for any number of minutes between these hours. We will be here,
resting in Oneness.
The ongoing subject of meditation:
"We walk in an atmosphere of God; we live in an
atmosphere of God. God fills us just as the rose garden is filled with perfume.
Just as our families are filled with the atmosphere of love, so we work and
live and move and have our being in an atmosphere of God. God is the impelling
motive of our existence; not only mine, yours; everyone who has turned to the
truth, everyone who has turned just even in the hope of touching the hem of the
robe. To each one of us, in our turn, comes the assurance of the Presence.
Tonight is a night of healing; a night of the impartation of the Spirit; a
night of an attitude of receptivity, openness, letting consciousness flow where
it will, how it will. " --Joel S Goldsmith
May this Circle of Christhood bless the world.
Are you new to meditation?
Read this from "A Parenthesis in Eternity":
"To begin with, the retiring into a quiet state
should not be of more than two or three minutes' duration at the most-probably
only one or one and a half minutes would be better-but this should be repeated
as many times in the day as possible, and it should be repeated at night any
and every time that one may awaken from sleep, and then again early in the
morning. If we make a habit of turning within, even for that one minute, we are
preparing our consciousness for the experience of receiving divine Grace."
~Joel S Goldsmith
II Chronicles 20:17 set (to 3rd ,) (KJV)
set yourselves, stand ye still, and see the
salvation of the Lord with you,
Matthew 6:6 (to ;) (KJV)
6 But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and
when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret;
Matthew 5:6 (KJV)
6 Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after
righteousness: for they shall be filled.
When we learned to walk, we began with baby steps. Each
step strengthened and steadied our legs and built confidence. Be steady, but be
gentle with yourselves. Prayer and meditation is not about forcing or enduring
an act of stillness - that can be a distraction in itself and a difficult habit
Meditation is about putting up your sword and opening a
gentle Avenue of Awareness that will lead you to more and further Light.
Practice the Presence and let it become an act of assurance that develops the
confidence to a build a rock solid foundation on which to Let God build His
Prepare yourself to be Taught. ~Al Denninger