Raising vibrations to help humanity
The first lesson for six months should be One-One-One- One; Oneness of God, oneness of man's relation, oneness of force, oneness of time, oneness of purpose, Oneness in every effort-Oneness- Oneness!
Edgar Cayce Reading 900-429
Repeatedly, a core concept from the Edgar Cayce material has been stated: Spirit is the life, mind is the builder, and the physical is the result. In terms of oneness, essentially what this means is that the one force, Spirit, constantly flows through us. However, it is acted upon by the properties of the mind and then channeled into our lives in accordance with our free will. Regardless of whether or not an individual even believes in God, everything about that person is given life through the properties of the one activating Spirit. What he or she does with that Spirit is a matter of choice, and "crimes or miracles" may be the result.
This ability of personal creation, whether through thought, experience or activity, caused the readings to identify the human soul as a cocreator with God. Because of this gift of cocreation, Cayce continually advised individuals that one of the most important things they could do was to establish an appropriate spiritual motivation (or ideal) for their lives, thereby directing personal choice into positive directions. From Cayce's perspective, too often, we are out of touch with the intentionality (the why) behind our everyday actions. By consciously establishing a spiritual motivation, such as service, compassion, love, or Jesus, as our pattern and then trying to make that motivation a greater part of our lives, real personal transformation and soul development can result.
"The work of Edgar Cayce has attracted individuals from all walks of life and religious backgrounds. In fact, Cayce's view was that if the information in the readings was helpful and hopeful, making you a better person in the process, then you should be able to bring that renewed sense of "spirit" into your own faith. If, on the other hand, working with a particular concept wasn't helpful to you (the philosophy of reincarnation being one example), then individuals were simply told to leave it alone. Individuals were never advised to change their religious beliefs because of the Cayce readings. What Cayce was most concerned with was the application of spiritual principles, not an individual's specific religion. There is a difference between spirituality and religion, although both are important."
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